Vertical Vinyl Siding Prices – What to Expect?

vertical vinyl siding

Vertical vinyl siding can be the perfect way to differentiate yourself from the rest of the neighborhood. This type of vinyl siding resembles the old look of the traditional Board and Batten without the headache of having to deal with the pesky issues of rot, chipping, pealing, and painting. More so, vertical vinyl siding just like any other type of vinyl siding, is easy to clean and maintain and should easily last 40 years or more.

Vertical Vinyl Siding

Like in the photo above, many homeowners like having the option to break things up a bit when choosing to install vinyl siding. Nobody says you have to stick to one type of pattern. You can easily incorporate traditional clapboard, cedar shingles with the board and batten style of vertical vinyl siding. Furthermore, vertical vinyl siding through Certainteed’s collection of vinyl siding comes with 24 different vertical vinyl siding colors to choose from — also 2 different styles to complement any desired style, or mix of style’s for that matter.

Quick Overview:

  • 2 different styles vertical vinyl siding
  • 24 different colors to choose from
  • 0.48 thickness rating
  • 190 mph wind rating

Vertical Vinyl Siding Prices

Vertical vinyl siding prices depends on many factors. For example, in the North East you should expect to pay anywhere from 1.20-1.60 per square foot for vertical vinyl siding.  In other parts of the United States, the cost of vertical vinyl siding shouldn’t be to far apart of +/-  0.15 – 0.25 cents per square foot. To have this professionally installed through a siding company, you would be looking at a cost of 4.25 -4.75 per square foot to remove the old vinyl siding and install new.  You can always save even more money by removing the old siding yourself and to later have a siding pro do the installation for you.

Most siding contractors including myself charge roughly .75 – 1.25 per square foot to remove and haul away your old siding. So if you don’t mind getting a little dirty, and who doesn’t like demolition, you can save yourself a lot of money by doing some of the prep work before hand. You can also cut costs on vertical vinyl siding by negotiating prices through home centers that sell vertical vinyl siding. The best way to do this, is by knowing exactly the manufacturer, style and color you’re looking for. Once you have that info, begin getting prices from these vendors with printouts of the line items from each one of these suppliers of vertical vinyl siding — and let the negotiating begin.