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6 Best House Siding Options For 2021. Plus How Much They Cost
Lauren Risotto

By: Lauren Risotto on September 14th, 2020

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6 Best House Siding Options For 2021. Plus How Much They Cost

Homeowner | Metal | Metal Siding

First impressions are everything. As someone drives up to your home for the first time, the first thing they are going to notice is your home’s exterior. Even if your home is exquisite on the inside, it will leave a lackluster impression if the outside is an eyesore. This is one of the many reasons that siding is so important.

If you’ve noticed multiple signs of failing siding on your home, then it’s most likely time to pick out new siding. Whether your siding needs to be replaced or it’s just starting to look aged, new siding will give the exterior of your home a fresh makeover.

At Western States Metal Roofing, we have proudly manufactured metal siding panels for over 20 years. But when you’re looking for siding for your house, you have so many more choices besides metal for your siding.

This is why we compiled the most popular types of siding into this article. You’ll get an overall idea of what siding is available for your home and how much each type might cost you.

What Are The Best Residential Siding Options?

  • Metal
  • Vinyl
  • Brick
  • Wood
  • Stucco
  • Fiber Cement
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Metal Siding

Metal is a popular choice for siding because of its low maintenance, curb appeal, fire resistance, and longevity. Metal siding can last 40-60 years or longer. It comes in a wide range of colors, profiles, and styles.

Metal is one of the more expensive siding options on the market. This makes it a panel that doesn’t make it the right choice for everyone. While it is a durable material that can handle high winds up to 140 mph, it can be dented or scratched when hit with significant force.


Whats The Best Siding For My House? A Complete Guide

Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is very common because of its low cost and low maintenance. It’s often put directly over old wood siding and comes in a variety of styles and textures.

The downfall of vinyl is that it is less durable than many of the other options for siding. It generally cannot handle hard impact and can crack if struck with force. It can also warp or buckle if not installed properly.

Whats The Best Siding For My House? A Complete Guide-2

Brick Siding

Bricks offer a classic and attractive appearance. It requires very minimal maintenance and is resistant to fire, mold, and rot.

Design and color options are somewhat limited with brick. It should really only be used if you are looking for a traditional brick appearance. Brick is also difficult to repair when damaged. It may not be possible to replace one brick. In this instance, the entire wall would have to be replaced.


Whats The Best Siding For My House? A Complete Guide-1

Wood Siding

Wood siding is available in a wide variety of styles including wood planks, plywood, boards or panels, and shingles.

While wood is an attractive siding option, it requires more maintenance than many of the other materials. It can also be very high in price depending on the type of wood you choose.

Stucco Siding

Stucco Siding

Stucco is a mixture of cement, sand, lime, and water. As a siding material, stucco is durable, energy-efficient, and requires low maintenance.

The downsides of stucco are that it can crack and stain which significantly decreases your home’s curb appeal. Stucco also requires several layers to be installed, so labor costs during installation can add up quickly.

Cement Siding

Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement is a newer residential siding that is durable, low-maintenance, and eco-friendly. The look of fiber cement is meant to mimic natural wood grain and is available as planks, shingles, or stucco-panel style and installed just like wood siding.

On the downside, fiber cement is one of the more expensive siding options. It is also very heavy so installation can be more expensive and requires special skills.


How Much Does Home Siding Cost?

There is a siding to match every budget. We have compiled price ranges for each material that can be used as a general reference. There are wide ranges within each category due to the specific material being used. The prices include installation costs unless otherwise specified.


Pricing For Metal Siding

Metal siding cost varies depending on the profile you choose.

  • Corrugated metal panels range from $1 up to $3 per square foot for material.
  • Concealed fastener panels range from $4.00- $8.00 per square foot for material.

The national average cost to install metal siding is between $3.00-$7.00 per square foot.


Vinyl Siding Pricing

Vinyl can come insulated or non-insulated.

  • Non-insulated will range from $3.50 to $7.00 per sq. ft. installed.
  • Insulated will range from $5.00 to $12.00 per sq. ft. installed.


Pricing Of Brick Siding

When choosing brick it's important to note that you are usually choosing brick veneer siding. Brick veneer is lighter, easier to install, and more affordable.

It’s uncommon for homes to use solid brick anymore because of the expense.

  • Brick veneer can range from $4.00 to $10.00 per square foot for materials only.
  • Real, solid brick can range from $20-$50 per square foot installed.


The Cost Of Wood Siding

  • Plywood is the most affordable wood siding. $3.50 to $7.20 per square foot installed.
  • The most common type of wood siding is Cedar lap siding and ranges from $5 to $10 per square foot installed.
  • Cedar shingles are the most expensive type of wood siding. They can range anywhere from $6.50 to $13.75 per square foot installed.


The Cost Of Stucco Siding

Stucco siding costs between $7.00-$9.00 per square foot installed.


The Price Of Fiber Cement

Fiber cement is roughly $10-$12 per square foot installed.


What To Consider When Choosing Your Home Siding

When picking out your home siding, ask yourself the below questions:

  • What is my budget for this project?
  • Is having a low maintenance siding important to me?
  • What material would look best with the rest of my home?
  • Can my new siding be put over my old siding?


If you are interested in metal siding, check out the below articles to learn more about choosing the right metal siding for your home:

What Is Metal Siding? The Biggest Pros And Cons

What Gauge Should I Use For Metal Siding?


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About Lauren Risotto

Lauren is the Content Manager at Western States Metal Roofing and provides insight on content creation and product promotions.