Local Siding Companies
Vinyl siding is a popular choice for homes due to its remarkable strength and variety of color choices. If not installed properly or if damaged, vinyl siding can be subject to decay and bugs or moisture can begin to enter the home. When maintained, this material is designed to last from 20 to 40 years. When you’re ready to replace or repair, ImproveNet can help you find the top vinyl siding contractors near you.
How to Find Vinyl Siding Companies Near You
The right vinyl siding installer will be able to repair or replace your vinyl siding and prevent future problems, such as buckling, all while staying within your budget. When hiring a siding contractor, be sure to first ask your friends and family if they have had similar work done and would recommend the company. You can also check online reviews. Most important is to take the time to interview several vinyl siding contractors to pick the right one for your job. Here are some questions you should ask:
- Are you licensed and insured?
- How long will the repair or installation take?
- When can you start?
- Do you have any references from homeowners near me?
- What credentials do you carry?
- Do you carry a workmanship warranty?
- What is the company's track record for solving customer complaints?
- Are the siding installers employees or subcontractors?
- Do you provide a written estimate?
- What is the best way to get in touch with you?
- How do you accept payment?
Vinyl Siding Cost
Vinyl siding costs vary depending on what you’re having done on your home, the size of your home, where it’s located, labor and the materials used. For instance, liquid vinyl siding is a spray-on siding that was invented in 1985. Spraying vinyl on your home will cost less than installing regular vinyl panels, which can cost you from $3.50 per square foot to $7.50 per square foot. If you want to install more energy-efficient insulated vinyl siding, the cost ranges from an average minimum of $22 to $81 per square foot. Generally, with traditional vinyl siding, a thermal backing is applied prior to installation, and insulation is either blown into the walls or placed within the framing of the home. When insulated vinyl siding is manufactured, an insulating piece is placed behind the clapboard layer. It’s permanently adhered, so it fits in place. Most insulation comes in a 1.5” standard backing, so a thermal blanket is created to help keep cold air out and you’ll save money on heating costs. But, you can also save money on the entire job by having only the damaged siding repaired. Repairing your existing siding will cost from $60 to $1,800, with the average cost at $50.
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