Siding Repair Costs
These days, many homes are built using at least some siding. No matter what type of exterior a house has, siding is among the most common exterior construction materials. There are many reasons why this is the case. Siding is known to be durable and, when maintained properly, can look great on any home. Furthermore, siding is one of the most affordable exterior construction materials available for residential homes.
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Over time, siding can become damaged. High winds, hail, and even regular wear and tear can cause siding to peel away from the home or fall off completely. When this happens, the home not only loses some of its exterior appeal, but it can suffer from poor insulation as well. Fortunately, home owners can simply call for the help of a professional repair company to have the siding repaired or replaced. By calling around to multiple siding companies and requesting quotes, home owners can save money on the cost of repair or replacement as well.
Average Cost for Siding Repair
On average, home owners can expect to spend between $400 and $600 for siding repair. Of course, there are many factors that can influence the actual cost. Aside from regional pricing trends, the type of siding can also influence repair and replacement costs. For example, wooden siding is known to be one of the most expensive materials to replace while aluminum and vinyl siding are generally less costly. Furthermore, the price of repair or replacement will also depend on the extent of the damage.
For example, if a large wind storm comes through and rips off a significant portion of a home's siding, then the repair will be significantly more expensive than if the home owner was simply looking to have a small section of the siding replaced. If the siding being replaced is a unique or difficult-to-match color or style, then it will be more expensive to repair or replace. Still, this extra expense is worth paying for as mismatched siding can detract from a home's curb appeal and detract from its potential resale value.
Overall, siding on a residential home does require some maintenance and repair or replacement over time. However, keeping up with these materials can increase a home's resale value down the road and keep a house well maintained.
Last updated on Mar 31, 2016
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