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Price Information for Siding This is a Pricing Guide to estimate the approximate cost of siding projects for property improvements. Siding and basic building materials are included in these costs.  Special purchases are not included. All costs must be confirmed by email to a staff member of Contractors Solutions Inc. Important Note: The prices listed below are "industry averaged" and do not represent the prices or costs of any particular company affiliated with Contractors Solutions Inc.
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Gutters, Flashing, Siding, Copper Gutter, Philadelphia.
Vinyl Siding, Aluminum Siding, Stucco Siding, Stone Veneer Siding, Cement Fiber Siding, Wood Clapboard Siding.
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Remove all Exterior Siding, demo in non salvage condition, pile on site, No labor to load, hauling , dump fees SF $0.80
Remove Starter, Corner Strips, Drip edge, trim, demo in non salvage condition, pile on site, No labor, load, hauling , dump fees LF $0.42
Remove Foam Backing for Aluminum Exterior Siding SF $0.38
Install Double 4" or 5" Aluminum Exterior Siding non-insulated, starter strips, casing, trim, corner pieces J channel SF $3.18
Install 8" Straight Non-Insulated Aluminum Exterior Siding, smooth, straight "J" channels and corners, no ladder jacks SF $3.18
Install 8" Straight Insulated Aluminum Exterior Siding, smooth, straight "J" channels and corners, no ladder jacks SF $22.33
Install 12" Non-Insulated Aluminum Exterior Siding, smooth, straight "J" channels and corners, no ladder jacks SF $3.21
Install 12" Insulated Aluminum Exterior Siding - SF $3.55
Install Starter Strips for Aluminum Exterior Siding - LF $1.97
Install Corner Strips for Aluminum Exterior Siding - LF $2.97
Install Casing & Trim Aluminum Exterior Siding - LF $2.13
Install Drip Cap Aluminum Exterior Siding - LF $2.71
Install Foam Backing for Aluminum Exterior Siding - SF $5.02
Install Builders Grade Non Insulated Vinyl Exterior Siding solid all starter strips, J channel and corner pieces SF $2.66
Install Better Grade Non Insulated Vinyl Exterior Siding solid all starter strips, J channel and corner pieces SF $2.91
Install Best Grade Non Insulated Vinyl Exterior Siding solid all starter strips, J channel and corner pieces SF $3.16
Install Builders Grade Insulated Vinyl Exterior Siding solid all starter strips, J channel and corner pieces SF $3.18
Install Better Grade Insulated Vinyl Exterior Siding solid all starter strips, J channel and corner pieces SF $3.43
Install Best Grade Insulated Vinyl Exterior Siding solid all starter strips, J channel and corner pieces SF $3.68
Install Amocor Insulation (R3) - SF $1.91
Install Cedar 4' X 8' Hardboard Exterior Siding 4' x 8' Masonite siding 7/16" thick and installation, 10% waste SF $2.51
Install Stucco 4' X 8' Hardboard Exterior Siding 4' x 8' stucco siding 7/16" thick and installation, 10% waste SF $2.58
Install Smooth 8 1/4" Plank Fiber-Cement Exterior Siding, 12' lengths, 5/16" thick, 1 1/4" overlap, caulking, 5% waste SF $3.44
Install Smooth 12" Plank Fiber-Cement Exterior Siding 12' lengths, 5/16" thick, 1 1/4" overlap, caulking, 5% waste SF $3.18
Install 4' X 8' Stucco Fiber-Cement Exterior Siding, Hardi Plank, 10% for waste and fasteners SF $3.33
Install Douglas Fir (T-1-11) 4' x 8' x 3/8" Plywood Panel Exterior Siding plain or patterns SF $1.77
Install Redwood (T-1-11) 4' x 8' x 3/8" Plywood Panel Exterior Siding plain or patterns SF $2.62
Install Cedar(T-1-11) 4' x 8' x 3/8" Plywood Panel Exterior Siding plain or patterns SF $2.41
Install Douglas Fir (T-1-11) 4' x 8' x 5/8" Plywood Panel Exterior Siding plain or patterns SF $2.49
Install Cedar (T-1-11) 4' x 8' x 5/8" Plywood Panel Exterior Siding plain or patterns SF $2.79
Install Redwood (T-1-11) 4' x 8' x 5/8" Plywood Panel Exterior Siding plain or patterns SF $2.97
Install #2 Red Label Cedar Wood Shingle Exterior Siding5x green shingles, 16", 7 1/2" exposure, waste, fasteners (100SF) SQ $358.00
Install #1 Red Cedar Wood Shingle Exterior Siding perfect 5x green shingles, 16", 7 1/2" exposure, waste, fasteners (100SF) SQ $416.00
Install 8' Long X 7" Wide Cedar Wood Panels Exterior Siding all heart Shaker town, KD, on plywood backing, 1 course(100SF) SQ $587.00
Install Fir or Pine Board and Batten Exterior Siding 1" x 8" Fir or pine boards with 1" x 3" battens SF $3.77
Install Cedar Board and Batten Exterior Siding1" x 8" Fir or pine boards with 1" x 3" battens SF $5.31
Install Redwood Board and Batten Exterior Siding 1" x 8" Fir or pine boards with 1" x 3" battens SF $6.63
   
Aluminum Siding: Horizontal planks of aluminum with a baked-on enamel finish that looks like wooden lap siding.
Backerboard: A flat material used on the face of the house, between the studs and the siding, to provide a nailable surface for the siding.
Buttlock: The bottom edge of a siding or soffit panel, or accessory piece, opposite the nailing slots, which locks onto the preceding panel.
Caulking: Waterproof material used to seal joints.
Channel: The area of the accessory trim or corner post where siding or soffit panels are inserted. Channels also refer to the trim itself, and are named for the letters of the alphabet they resemble (e.g., J-channel, F-channel, etc.).
Composition Board: Blanks or sheets of weather resistant compressed wood fibers used as siding.
Corrugated Siding: Siding made out of aluminum or plastic derivatives having ridges and valleys and is attached to the sides of buildings.
Course: A row of panels, one panel wide, running the length of the house from one side to the other or, in the case of vertical siding, from top to bottom.
Corner Board: Found on the inside or outside corners. An exterior trim board used to protect the ends of siding and/or as a finishing detail.
Cladding: Exterior wall cladding. May be made from wood, pressed wood by products, hardboard, vinyl, or metal.
Detachment Separation: of the siding material-veneer or stucco- from its attachment to the house.
Double Course: An under course of shingles or shakes, not exposed to the weather, is covered completely by a top course.
Drip Cap/Head Flashing: An accessory installed with vertical siding to ensure that water drips away from panels and does not infiltrate them; it is also used as a vertical base.
Dutchlap or Shiplap: A more decorative variation on the clapboard style where the face (or width) of the board is beveled for added dimension.
Face: Refers to the side of a siding or soffit panel that is showing once the panel has been installed.
Fascia Board: A board attached to the ends of the rafters between the roofing material and the soffit overhang. Fascia cap is the covering around that board
Fiberboard Siding: This type of siding is made of composite wood material, and is sold under several brand names, including Masonite. Because it is not made of solid wood, it must be installed and maintained properly.
Frieze Board: A horizontal board, usually 2" - 6" wide that sets flat against the wall below the soffit. Its purpose is to cover the gap between the soffit and wall, or, the gap between the soffit and brick.
Furring/Furring Strip: A wooden or steel framing material, usually 1" x 3", used to provide an even nailing base. To "fur" a surface means to apply these strips.
Lap: To overlap the ends of two siding panels or accessory pieces to allow for expansion and contraction of the vinyl product.
Panel Siding: comes in sheets, normally 4 feet by 8 feet. Examples of panel siding include Texture 1-11. Because panel siding can be installed quickly, it can be a less expensive option than other types of siding.
Positive Lock: ensures that the panels can be locked together, but can also easily slide back and forth for ease in installation. This ensures that the panels stay permanently affixed during adverse weather.
Rake Board or Shingle mold: A trim board that is attached at the top front of the fascia board to support the overhang of the roof shingles and to protect the fascia from water drips. This board is usually 2" - 4" wide.
Reveal: The part of the side of a window or door opening that is between the outer surface of a wall and the window or door frame.
Roofing Underlay: A building paper that covers roof frame prior to the cladding being fixed. Reduces air movement and helps avoid the risk of water ingress.
Scarfed Joint: A Joint used in plywood siding where edges of abutting sheets are angle cut to fit snugly and prevent water penetration.
Shake Siding: Sometimes known as shingle siding, shake siding comes in widths from about four inches to 12 inches. It is installed like lap siding, starting at the lowest row, and moving up the wall. The random widths of the shakes provide a distinctive look to the wall.
Silicon (sealant): A pliable type material used for sealing cracks in window frames, and is used sometimes as a glazing compound. Single Coursing: Single layer of siding shingles applied with a small overlap along the edge of the course below.
Soffit: Material used to enclose the horizontal underside of an eave, cornice, or overhang. Some soffit panels may also be used as vertical siding.
Span: The horizontal distance between supporting structures. The distance or interval between two points. The distance between structural supports such as walls, columns, piers, beams, girders, and trusses.
Square: Unit of measure for siding equal to 100 square feet (or a 10-foot by 10-foot wall section).
Stucco: A type of water resistant, plaster like siding material made of cement, sand and water; it may have an acrylic finish
Starter Strip: An accessory applied directly to the surface of the building and used to secure the first course of siding to the home.
T 1-11: Hardboard, exterior siding that has vertical grooves made to simulate separate boards.
Tongue and Groove: A joint in which a protrusion (tongue) that runs along the edge of a board fits into a matching groove that runs along the edge of another board. Boards shaped with a tongue on one edge and a groove on the other so that they can be fitted together without gaps.
Underlayment: Weather-resistant material placed under vinyl siding panels.
Veneer: A thin sheet of wood cut from a log. Thin sheets of wood made by rotary cutting or slicing of a log. Any kind of thin wood or brick finish which is attached to the exterior of an item, be it a wall or a piece of furniture.
Vinyl Siding: Horizontal polyvinyl chloride planks
Wall Plate: A horizontal member, usually of wood, secured to masonry to which the frame construction is attached. A horizontal timber member placed along the top of a wall to support joists and to spread their load. A structural timber along the top or bottom of a wall.
Wall Sheathing: Sheets of plywood or wood planking used to cover the wall framework of the house
Wane: The presence of bark or lack of wood from any cause on the edge or corner of a piece of wood. The original rounded surface of a log, with or without bark, on any face or edge of sawn timber. The absence of fiber on the edge of a piece of lumber.
Weep Holes: Openings cut into siding or accessories to allow for water runoff.
Window & Door Trim: Exterior molding or trim such as brick mold around an exterior door. Other examples are decorative use of exterior trim board for windows like half rounds, arches, and framework.
Windload Pressure: Is a measurement of how well a panel might perform in high wind areas
Wire Dog: D or Z shaped nail spiked at each end. Used to fix members together to resist uplift.
Wood Plank Siding: Rectangular wood planks, installed horizontally or verticallyWood Shakes : Thick, rough, uneven shingles that hand split, split and sawn on one side, or sawn on both sides, used as siding Wood Shingles : Sawn shingles that are of uniform thickness
 
$4.00 to $5.00 psf Typical Vinyl Siding Cost. $5.50 psf Industry Average Vinyl Siding Cost. $5.00 to $8.50 psf Siding Cost for difficult jobsite conditions. Exterior Square Footage for 2,000 SqFt x $5.00 psf = $10,000.


 


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