Siding Pricing, Cost Estimates and Research

Siding is a very important part of your home. Not only does siding protect your house from the outside elements, siding is also used to enhance your home's visual appeal. There are many ways to cover the outside of your home. The most common forms of house siding include aluminum siding, brick siding, fiber cement siding, stucco, vinyl siding, cedar and other forms of wood siding. This site is dedicated to sharing our vast consumer knowledge on home siding, vinyl siding, siding installation, painting siding, and even information on defective siding and repair.

Big Red Construction Inc. is here to assist you with all your questions, including pricing, and siding price estimates. Feel free to Request a Free Siding Quote at any time.

There are many things to consider regarding siding nowadays. Whether you are buying new siding to replace your current siding, or looking for siding installation, we are here to help. The best place to begin your search for vinyl siding information on our site would be the Siding Library, where you can find many topics on siding such as:

  • The most common materials used for siding, brick, aluminum, wood, and vinyl siding.
  • Information about the installation of siding, and installing vinyl siding.
  • Help with painting siding on your home.
  • Pricing Estimates - We provide free price quotes from our prescreened, local siding contractors.
  • Siding trim and your options for matching gutters.
  • Vinyl siding colors.
  • Repairing defective home siding.

Siding Manufacturers Make Siding in Various Materials, Styles, and Colors

With all the different types of siding on the market today you'll want to look around first. Once you decide on the material and vinyl siding color you desire, you can narrow your search down from there. The major siding manufacturers like James Hardie Siding and also James Hardie Plank Siding, CertainTeed Siding, Alcoa Siding, Wolverine Siding and others make vinyl siding, wood siding out of cedar and log siding, hardy plank siding, and aluminum siding. We have listed some of the things to take into consideration before purchasing new siding for your house.

  • Wood siding requires a fair amount of maintenance such as painting, while vinyl siding requires virtually no maintenance at all.
  • Color choices for vinyl siding.
  • New materials such as stucco siding, and fiber cement siding.

Looking For More Information About Siding?

Siding your home is a great investment. You'll want to make sure you are choosing the right siding contractor for your home and your budget. We offer Free Siding Price Quotes from local, pre-screened contractors.