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How Much Does Siding Cost to Replace?

Vinyl, aluminum, wood and fiber cement siding all have their advantages and vary in price.


Unless they are made of brick or stone, most homes are protected by some form of exterior siding. Traditionally made of wood, siding now comes in several materials including aluminum and vinyl. Each has its strengths and weaknesses to consider.

blue siding

One of the first questions I receive from homeowners looking to install siding on their homes is, “What is the best siding product?” The answer depends.

storm damaged siding

Returning home from the store with food for your big weekend cookout, you notice the siding on your house dangling loose from the recent thunderstorm.

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Siding, Windows

Color greatly affects the curb appeal, value and personality of your home.

Vinyl and cement board siding can be enhanced with stone or brick to add color and aesthetic appeal. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Cory S. of North Royalton, Ohio)

Siding doesn't have to be boring. There are now more ways than ever to spice up your home's exterior.

Angie's Answers


Call and ask your contractors these questions.  Don't be afraid to ask questions.  It is your money and home.  I would ask for references and take a look at samples of their work (especially the low bidder).  Make sure all are licensed and carry the required insurance.  You don't want to get a bad stucco job, so do your homework first before selecting a contractor; which may not be one of these.  Check with your local building department and local building exchange for more references on these and other contractors.  Good luck.


Alside is the far superior siding. Another option with the Alside is the Center Lock panel. It locks in the center of the panel, eliminating wind blow-offs,has a 3/4 inch profile, and carries the same warranty as the Charter Oak


Tom Ghysel


Owner, Tom Ghysel Siding Inc.



     Both choices have plusses and minuses.

     I am partial to vinyl siding myself if it is put on by a contractor that pays attention to details in sealing against water intrusion. The better grades of vinyl stand up to the weater very well. The siding on my own home is over 15 years old and shows no signs of fading or any changes due to sun exposure and have had no problems with water entry around windows or doors. It does not dent like the old aluminum siding did or break if hit by a ball or a rock thrown by a lawnmower. As long as you save a few extra panels even if a rock was to be broken by something like a rock it is easier to repair. I will add that the earlier vinyl sidings did tend to fade but I have seen homes I sided after putting additions on that were done 20+ years ago and they look fine. Those closer to the 30 year mark not as good on the fading though. I gennerally never use the cheaper panels though so I can not vouch for them but I think that as long as it is one of the better manufaturers it seems to be just panel thickness. Just a personal opinion but if you are looking for added insulation I would use one of the 4X8 or 2X8 panels rather than the insulated siding. I can not see how insulation on the back of each panel with all the joints can do much more than stiffen the panels and I would think it would hamper the movement of the panels with changes in temperature.

     As for Hardi or any of the other fibre cement sidings it is way more costly and relys on caulk or tar paper strips between the panels to seal out water. It is not very forgiving on install mistakes and must be done perfectly to get the full Hardi warranty. I was just involved with a job where the contractor did not put a few pieces of flashing in properly and his guys lapped a corner board incorrectly and the Hardi lifetime warranty was void. Another thing I did not like is that it is put in with a blind nailing method and even though this house was done to specs in this area of the install the bottom of the siding was not tight to the lower courses in many spots. They did install it to the maximum exposure and I believe if they had gone to a larger panel or even lessened the exposure by 1/2" it probably would have been fine. The other thing I saw was the paint seems to be prone to scratching durring install and to me the house looked like it needed a paint job even though siding was new. I do think that if painted after install a paint job would last many years as the product is very stable and does not expand and contract much. The one big plus I see is it tend to HELP in and area prone to fires such as some ares out West.  I put the word help in capitals because it will not fireproof the home but may stop ignition from sparks and moderate heat exposure.



"Normal" construction practice dictates that the contractor remove all tools, unused materials (that you did not pay for) and scrap, and leave the worksite in a "broom clean" condition - this would include disposing (as he wishes) of removed saleable scrap - be it siding, old HVAC equipment, metal piping, etc.

Generally, unless you are talking copper sheet roofing or decorative copper ceiling panels or such, or in some cases very old in-demand recyclable timber or full-thickness hardwood flooring, the value of the metals will only marginally pay for his labor to load it and haul it to the metal recycler - especially with painted materials, which typically go for about half or less the going "clean metal" rate.
Look at the other side - how much hassle and cost will it take YOU to cut or bend the sheets into transportable lengths (since probably 10-12 foot pieces for full lengths) and haul them to a metal recycler - who may only be open during your normal work hours so you have to take time off, and maybe borrow or rent a pickup or trailer to haul it too ? All for a couple hundred $ in scrap value. Also - in some areas - scrap dealears are now limited by law to accepting construction scrap only from licensed contractors, because of the increased problem with people stripping houses and stealing from construction sites, so you as an individual might not even be able to sell it.

Siding Contractors in White Rock, TX

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3 Kings Roofing & Contracting

200 Rancho Vista Ct

Affordable Property Services

1026 Private road 3141

Armor Exteriors

149 County rd 3473



Bob Mooney Custom Builders, Inc.

443 US Highway 96 N

C&D Services


C-DM Network

1221 Donegal Ln

Cantrell Roofing LLC

1610 Vzcr 2511

Centex Home Repair

801 Traci
Copperas Cove

Centex Residential Services

W HWY 190
Copperas Cove

Classic Copper Works

9443 Cossey Road

Construction Concepts of Texas,Ltd.

1902 N Midland Dr

Cornerstone Roofing

106 Elizabeth Dr
Horseshoe Bay

Cross Timbers Family Services

1794 N Graham Ave

Custom Masonry

6215 Cool Springs Dr

Darren Green Siding & Windows

720 7th St
Wichita Falls

Dee Ideal Design Home Renovation

1710 S College St

Delta Improvements LLC

8360 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway

DEW Renovations/Remodeling

63 CR 34200

Dial One Service

911 Carlsbad

DirectBuy of Houston

17939 Interstate 45 South

Dodson Construction an Consulting

1030 West Johnson St

Fashion Floors Carpet One

3300 W. Wall St

Fine Paints Handy Work

1414 N9th
Wichita Falls

Flying Squirrel Roofing

222 West Las Colinas Blvd

G A Roofing

PO Box 2388


2506 West Morton Street

Greater Texas Home Services

207 Deep Woods Ln

H D Brown Home Improvement

508 Brown Ln

Hammons and Associates Inc.

17160 Rogers Rd.
New Waverly


31 junioer st

HD Construction

4790 Triple N Ranch Rd.

Hogue's Carpentry

1378 County Road 747

House Rescue Inc

222 W Exchange Ave
Fort Worth

Hynes Service Inc

3965 Farm-to-Market 1781

Jabeau Corp

4308 Jacksboro Hwy
Wichita Falls

Jason Ballard Construction

5134 East State Highway 7


1135 N Von Minden St
La Grange

Larry's Construction

901 North Bridge

Latigo Building and Restoration Inc

408 N Llano St

Lauriano's Handyman Service

924 wood way

M & D Construction

13143 Patterson Rd
Iowa Park

Marant Construction Inc

1200 Lamar St
Wichita Falls

North Texas Construction

1037 harris lane

Optimus Prime Painting

3021 FM 2259


206 freeman at


504 s 7th

Red River Acoustics

4701 Catalina Drive
Wichita Falls

Rite Construction Services-East Texas

2426 E. State Hwy 7

S Goodwin Roof Services LLC

P. O. Box 1714

Star 1 Roofing and Construction

1050 KCK Way
Cedar Hill

Superior Home Insulation

1619 Spruce St

Swinburn Construction

255 County Rd 866

T & E Vinyl Siding

704 Piney Rd

T & M Contractors

6448 E. Highway 290

Tradition Roofing & Construction

4102 FM 723 rd.

Trusted Restore

12407 N MOPAC

Vincent's Roofing & Steel Bldg

7000 S US Hwy 77
La Grange

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