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Types of Siding

Brick
Brick

Brick Siding installation costs vary considerably by location. For an accurate estimate in your area, enter your zip code in the calculator above. Reduce total project cost by having multiple vendors bid on the same, detailed work specification of your Brick Siding project.

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Fiber Cement
Fiber Cement

Clapboards, the most common type of fiber-cement siding, range from 70 cents to about $5.25 per square foot uninstalled. Shingles sell for about $2 to $8. Pricing depends on finish, size, and where it's sold.

Imitation Stone/Brick
Imitation Stone/Brick

In order to overcome the brittle stigma created by lower quality faux stone products and prove that GenStone is the most reliable faux stone panel on the market. You won’t believe how easily the “competition” including cast and concrete stone products crumbled under the first sign of stress.

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Metal
Metal

Shop metal siding trim in the siding & stone veneer section of Lowes.com. Find quality metal siding trim online or in store.

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Stone
Stone

Q. What is the difference between natural stone siding, manufactured stone veneer siding and faux stone siding? A. Natural stone siding comes from a harvest of real stones gathered and processed from quarries. Some varieties of natural stone siding are processed in manufacturing factories and formed from large slabs.

Stucco
Stucco

Stucco is a mixture of Portland cement, sand, and water. These three materials combine to create a very durable substance that dries into a hard, rock-like consistency that’s smooth or rough, depending on how it is finished. Stucco is applied over a rough wire framework that helps the material adhere effectively.

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Stucco Siding
Stucco Siding

Stucco Siding is Versatile. Stucco siding can be finished to a smooth or rough texture. It’s also possible to place stones and other little objects in the stucco to give it a unique exterior look. Not only can you change the texture of stucco, but you can change the color as well.

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Vinyl
Vinyl

Vinyl siding. Vinyl siding is plastic exterior siding for a house, used for decoration and weatherproofing, imitating wood clapboard, and used instead of other materials such as aluminum or fiber cement siding. It is an engineered product, manufactured primarily from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin.

Wood
Wood

Wood siding is a veneer or protective covering that is attached to the exterior of the house. The wood is held in place primarily by nails, screws, or in some cases construction adhesives. The wood is held in place primarily by nails, screws, or in some cases construction adhesives.

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