House siding is needed to close the exterior surface of the building envelope and it offers an opportunity to choose enhancements in appearance as well as insulating properties.
You will find the cost to repair house siding will vary with material, finish quality, amount of replaceable surface area, number of windows and doors, and the labor rate.
In the following table the Labor Cost figure is what the able DIY person should expect to save by performing the corresponding tasks.
Siding repair: remove, dispose, and replace 320 sq.ft. of siding.
|Item||Unit Cost||Quantity||Line Cost|
|Siding: install 320 sq.ft. of pine wood select grade tongue-&-groove siding; includes 4% waste.||$6.12||per sq.ft.||320||$1,957|
|Paint: roll two coats on 320 sq.ft. with water based products, including all materials and waste.||$0.36||per sq.ft.||352||$126|
|Disposal: transport and landfill fees, non-hazardous.||$145||per ton.||0.5||$72|
|Equipment and Material Cost||$22||per sq.ft.||100||$2,155|
|+ Labor Cost (remove and dispose)||$32||per hour||6||$192|
|+ Labor Cost (replace)||$36||per hour||12||$432|
|+ Labor Cost (painting)||$34||per hour||5||$170|
|Total Cost||$9.22||per sq.ft.||320||$2,949|
Prices range from $2,155 (320 sq.ft. wood siding replacement – DIY) to $2,949(320 sq.ft. wood siding replacement) and also vary depending on your zipcode:
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