February 3

How Much Will New Siding Cost?


Full vinyl Siding replacement

If you’re a Minnesota homeowner, you know the importance of having quality siding installed. Not only does it provide an aesthetic boost to your home, but it also offers protection against the elements. There are several different types of siding available, and each come with their own cost considerations. In this blog post, we’ll explore the different types of siding and how much they cost in Minnesota.


Vinyl Siding


Vinyl siding replacement
Vinyl Siding Replacement – Exterior Portfolio (Greystone)

The most popular choice for Minnesota homeowners due to its durability and relative affordability, is vinyl siding . Depending on your needs and budget, you can expect to pay anywhere from $7-8 per square foot for vinyl siding installation. Companies like Exterior Portfolio, or Alside offer a variety of colors and styles. There are several other great siding manufactures in Minnesota as well!


Metal Siding 


Completed siding replacement
Traditional Steel Siding – EDCO Traditional Steel Lap Siding (Willow)

Metal siding has become increasingly popular in recent years thanks to its durability and longevity – metal can last up to 50 years with minimal maintenance compared to 10-15 years for other materials like vinyl or wood. Metal siding typically costs between $11-14 per square foot installed, although it could go higher depending on additional features such as insulation or specialized coatings that help protect against rusting over time. Companies like EDCO offer a variety of styles that are sure to fit your exact needs.


Fiber Cement Siding


Fiber cement siding
Fiber Cement Siding – JamesHardie Plank Lap Siding (Iron Gray)

An increasingly popular choice due to its versatility, fiber cement is fire-resistant, insect-resistant, durable, and low maintenance, plus it looks great! Fiber cement typically costs around $11-14 per square foot installed depending on brand (James Hardie and LP are among the most trusted names in fiber cement siding). However, keep in mind that fiber cement requires special tools for installation which can add extra costs if you hire a professional contractor versus doing it yourself.

There are many factors that go into choosing which type of siding is best for your home in Minnesota with cost being just one. Arming yourself with knowledge about the various options available will help you make an informed decision when the time comes. Whether you choose vinyl, metal, or fiber cement siding; do your research beforehand so you know what kind of investment you’re making before committing to any one option! With all these factors in mind, you should have no trouble finding the best possible solution for your Minnesota home!

If you have questions about what kind of siding is best for storm damage or what to do if your siding has been damaged, contact us. We’re here to help you through every step of the process. From filing an insurance claim to choosing new siding that will protect your home in future storms.


Turn to the Pros at Shelter Construction


At Shelter, we perform free inspections and consultations. We will perform minor repairs during the examination to small damage that we find. Call us at 612-284-6985 or schedule an inspection today on our website!


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