Siding replacement can work wonders for improving your home’s curb appeal. But a home’s siding is about more than just good looks. It’s also an essential weatherproofing element. New siding installation can improve your home’s energy efficiency and indoor comfort.
We’ll work with you to create the stunning home exterior you’ve always wanted on the budget you can afford. Then our siding installation team will ensure that our work lasts for many years to come with quality and integrity you can count on.
Many homeowners have never worked with siding companies, which means you probably have many questions. Here’s a look at what you can expect when working with our team on a siding cost estimate.
James Hardie invented fiber cement siding, and since then, they’ve been raising the bar for the industry. Their modern siding promises beautiful, durable solutions you can count on for decades to come.
HardiePlank® fiber cement siding installation protects your Seattle, Washington, home with its durability. But it also beautifies your home's aesthetic. And now, the HardieZone™ System meets specific performance attributes to meet your home’s climate and weather protection needs. Regardless of where you’re located, James Hardie offers optimum siding to meet your needs.
Looking for the warm, authentic look that cedar shingles provide? HardieShingle® fiber cement siding offers that aesthetic for your home without the risk of rotting, cracking and splitting. You’ll get the same quality you expect from James Hardie but with the curb appeal you’re looking for.
Get the look and texture you want with HardiePlank® lap fiber cement siding. James Hardie engineers the planks for your climate to ensure it performs well for your home. With all products, you’ll get a 30-year non-prorated, transferable, limited warranty.
Our highly skilled professionals will impress you with their attention to detail and vast knowledge of siding and trim application, flashing and waterproofing. Your project will be done right the first time with no worry of future water penetration. We use state-of-the-art products and siding installation techniques that guarantee you protection.
I had this company come out to replace my windows and I couldn’t be any happier with the service that was provided. I have 3 young kids running around and the team that did my windows were very patient, friendly, polite and they even cleaned up after themselves. The windows look stunning and it didn’t cost me an arm and a leg! I highly recommend them.
We had a great experience with 2FL on a small re-siding project. They accommodated some requests we had which was appreciated. They were also much more responsive than other siding companies we talked to, which was ultimately why we decided to go with 2FL. For any future siding work we’ll definitely go to them first.
I had a roof replaced and 2FL did an excellent job. It took them 2 days to complete and the roof looks great. Many neighbors have commented on how nice it is. I highly recommend them.
The cost of siding replacement will vary based on the size of your home and the material you want to be installed. Generally, you can expect vinyl siding to cost $1-$8 per square foot. Hardie board siding is in a similar range, while wood siding is generally $8-$12 a square foot. Talk to your siding contractor about your preferences for an accurate quote.
Neutral colors tend to have the best resale value as people can adapt the home to match their personal preferences. Consider browns, whites and grays when evaluating a home siding project. Read our blog post for full details on the best siding color.
Window replacement complements siding replacement well. If possible, you should replace both your windows and siding at the same time. But when budget constraints keep you from making it one project, we generally recommend that you start with new windows.
According to the 2020 Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report, you’ll recoup about 75 percent of your investment cost on siding replacement cost when you sell your home. Curb appeal is so important when selling a home, but it’s also important when owning a home so don’t forget the enjoyment you’ll get from this upgrade while you’re still living there.
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