Vinyl siding price (psf) x the homes exterior square footage = the vinyl siding cost
To illustrate why Vinyl Siding Prices have not been made public, until now:
A Quote from a Vinyl Siding Manufacturer (vinyl siding mfg):
Explanation: On a leading vinyl siding mfg’s web page the attitude about vinyl siding prices and vinyl siding costs are illustrated quite nicely. The name of the Vinyl Siding Mfg is not included because they are just stating the common attitude that exists in the vinyl siding industry today – they don’t mean to mislead anyone intentionally.
The Quote: “How much does it cost to side a home?
Because we offer sidings at a number of price points to fits any need and any budget, and because every home and siding job is unique, there is NO WAY to answer this question. The best thing to do is invite a siding contractor to your home so he can measure it accurately and discuss other needs you may have.”
Siding4u.com’s Answer: Well we do! We give Vinyl Siding Prices right up front but we don’t stop there we give people Vinyl Siding Cost ideas also through our example homes pages and we also use these example homes on our individual product pages to show you those vinyl siding prices in action with real world example.
Why are these vinyl siding prices important? You need these vinyl siding prices to be able to calculate your vinyl siding costs. Also, establishing a common ground or point of reference is necessary to be able compare different companies against each other. Without up front vinyl siding prices you would have to invite every vinyl siding company in your area to your home prior to having any idea what they charge (imagine inviting a very aggressive car salesman into your home who is not going to leave until you buy a car – ouch, not a fun evening.)
NOTE: When looking at these various vinyl siding prices you must really look at quality and value. What is the value that a particular company adds to a particular product or service? Why? Because once the job is done you are left with the quality of the products installed and the level of craftsmanship with which the products were installed. There are a few other factors depending on what products you are looking at but as a whole not much else maters in the long run. In short, do your homework it will pay off in the long run and as always trust your gut. Having a good feeling about the company you choose to do business with makes all the difference in the world.