Estimate prices of installing siding on your home using Vinyl, Wood/Cedar, Hardie (fiber-cement), and Wood-Composite siding materials – get instant price-quotes that includes cost of materials & labor, as well as windows/door trims, fascia / soffit, etc.
Calculate Siding Replacement Costs now:
To get instant price estimates, enter your home dimensions, number of floors, windows/doors, and type of the roof structure in the calculator above. This tool will help you estimate siding installation/replacement costs in your area.
All price estimates include Labor & Materials. This tool is only as accurate as the house dimensions that you provide.
Accuracy of results:
PRO TIP: Entering house dimensions properly will yield the most accurate siding cost estimate!
Refer to the house measuring diagram below to get proper measurements for width and length of your house, and to properly identify Gable Side
Removing old siding – do you need to do it?
If your house has vinyl or plastic or metal siding, you will need to remove it first. If you have wood or asbestos siding, it is better to not remove it, if you will be installing new VINYL siding. While removing wood siding is simply expensive and not need, removing asbestos should be performed ONLY BY ASBESTOS LICENSED contractor, and will cost 2-3 times more expensive then the new siding job!
It is common practice to simply nail siding insulation (to flatten the surface) and new vinyl siding over old wood/asbestos siding.
If you plan to use Hardie board or similar siding, you will need to remove old wood siding, as Hardie board siding requires clean flat walls surface, to be installed!
Replacing Roof and Siding together (as part of same job):
Many homeowners often replace their siding together with their roof.
If you plan to do so, we strongly recommend that you replace the roof FIRST – here is why:
It’s always recommended to remove old roof shingles, when replacing a roof. When roofers tear off old shingles, they fall down off the roof edge and often individual shingles hit/scratch the siding, as they fall down.
This leaves permanent scratch with very hard-to-remove asphalt mark (worse than permanent marker). These scratch marks are nearly impossible to remove / clean completely.
Even using tarps to protect walls, doesn’t always help (although it’s a big improvement over not using tarps).
Therefore, you want to always replace the roof, if you plan to do the siding as part of the same job.