If you’re looking for a siding replacement contractor in the Louisville, Kentucky area you have found one at Louisville Exteriors. We have lots of experience installing virtually all types of siding available in our area. Some of the most popular types are Vinyl, Insulated, and Fiber Cement Siding.
Choosing a material, style, or brand of siding can be very difficult for someone that’s not familiar with all of the options available. Feel confident knowing that we are one of the most knowledgeable Siding Replacement Contractors in Louisville, Kentucky.
Our Primary goal is helping our clients find and install the products that will continue to perform for years to come. The investment you will be making is significant, and we understand that. That’s why it’s our job to not only make sure we deliver a quality installation, but to help you understand what your options are. While doing that, we will explain why we think it’s best for your specific project. We love what we do and it shows in the process.
Siding Replacement Costs
First of all, Louisville Exteriors installs just about every kind and brand of siding therefore per square foot costs have a wide range. Siding installers usually measure and buy siding in squares. 1 square of siding equals 100 square foot. Typically, on the low-end siding and installation costs about $250 to $300 per square. For the average 2,000 ft. home that equates to about $5,000 to $6,000. Premium siding costs $400 to $800 for each square and sometimes more, which increases the price to $8,000 to $12,000 for that same 2000 sq.ft. home.
Also some estimates might include installing soffit or fascia and even window trim and as a result will increase cost by $3 to even $10 for each linear foot. We generally recommend new windows or gutters during this same time. Windows can also add many thousands to your total cost. Another $300-$800 for each window is common. Gutters are about $5 – $10 for each linear foot.
Every job is different. We need to spend the time to visit your property rather than ballparking you a square foot cost. Due to things like site access and height the labor costs can vary greatly.