A LOOK AT THE OVERALL COST OF REPLACEMENT SIDING FOR YOUR HOME
It’s not what’s on the outside, but the inside that counts, right? We’re told that our entire life, and when it comes to social conduct, that’s definitely a wonderful rule to live by. However, in the world of home ownership, that’s not necessarily the case. Indeed, the outside can matter quite a bit when it comes to the outside world of rain, wind, smog and debris streaming into your home. All f that can be avoided with some proper protection, of course, and part of that process begins with finding some high-quality siding. In this article we are going to discuss one of the best siding companies Cleveland ohio has to offer.
Whether you choose wood or vinyl siding, ensuring that you have some kind of tile work or siding is absolutely crucial for the overall maintenance and protection of your home. What’s more, it’s a fantastic way to put some money into your house and show off your exterior decorating skills. All in all, replacement siding for your home begins to look like a good idea.
And then comes the ultimate, inevitable question—what about the cost?
Well, to begin with, that’s going to depend on what kind of replacement siding you’re getting. As youn might expect, fine vinyl siding is going to set you back a bit more than wood (whether or not it’s worth that extra option or not is a debate for another time.) It’s also going to depend on the kind of construction that you employ—fine brick work or masonry, or tiles arranged in such a way as to create an elaborate, decorative pattern will, again, set you back more than a more basic design or wood siding.
Now you get to the matter of the actual facts and figures themselves. Vinyl, for example, can often run you as much as $200 to $300 per one hundred square feet. In total, you’re looking at a price somewhere in the general vicinity of the mid-thousands, between $6,000 and $8,500. However, you’re not done yet—after all, you still have to factor in the cost of removing any existent siding you might already have on your home, or patching up any structural damage to allow for you to add some replacement siding safely in the first place. Add a couple thousand more for that and, conservatively speaking, you’re looking at an over/under that’s hovering right around that magical $10,000 mark.
The bottom line?
Replacement siding is an investment that’s well worth the time and money—just as long as you know just how much money you’re going to need to put into this in order to get a quality result.
For siding installation contact Final T Construction today at 216-503-8595