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A Look Into Different Siding Options
If you are looking to improve the aesthetic appeal of your home without painting, installing siding is a popular and cost-effective choice. However, as they get popular, the number of options that there is have also increased, which makes it challenging for some to choose the right one that fits their budget and the look they want to attain for their house.
There are at least six types of siding that many home remodelers use these days, namely: Aluminum, wood, vinyl, fiber cement, stucco, and brick and stone. Each of these options has their pros and cons, so choosing the right one depends on your preference and how you much you can spend.
In terms of price, vinyl is widely considered as the most budget-friendly as they only cost around $4,250-$8,500 for an average size house. While it is the cheapest option, vinyl siding still features durability that is comparable to more expensive options such as brick and stone – which cost around $25,500-$59,500.
Aside from the cost of the material itself, there are still some factors you should consider when choosing a siding material. Such factors include all the expenses associated to installing the siding material, which also depends on many things, such as the size of your house, the number of windows and doors, labor rate, and maintenance cost.
To learn more useful information about these different inexpensive siding options, check out the infographic below from All County Exteriors.
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