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Replacement Siding Cost Calculator Free siding estimates in Wisconsin

The cost of siding is different for every home. On average, you can expect to pay between $6,000 and $14,000 for siding replacement in Wisconsin. Try our free, 3-step siding cost calculator below to estimate the price of replacement siding on your home - just select your home's style, number of stories, and approximate size to get prices. Our siding cost calculator will give you estimated price ranges for vinyl siding, LP siding, and cedar wood siding. If you're ready to get the real cost, schedule your free siding replacement estimate by clicking the "Free Estimate" button below. 

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The average cost of siding installation in Wisconsin

The overall cost of siding installation varies from house to house. For the average Wisconsin home, the price can range from $6,000 and $14,000 dollars. There are multiple factors that determine where your home will fall on the pricing scale, such as:

Average siding installation cost in your area

CityCost
Milwaukee $5,420 - $12,653
Appleton $5,420 - $12,653
Waukesha $5,934 - $13,852
Madison $5,959 - $13,910
New Berlin $6,156 - $14,371
Brookfield $6,709 - $15,662
Menomonee Falls $5,399 - $12,603
West Allis $4,789 - $11,178
Wauwatosa $6,680 - $15,595
Green Bay $6,465 - $15,092

To get the most accurate estimate for your Wisconsin siding project, contact our siding contractors for a free estimate.

Milwaukee, WI

The average cost of siding in Milwaukee is approximately $9,037. However, homeowners can expect to pay anywhere from $5,420 to $12,653 depending on the siding material they choose.

Appleton, WI

In Appleton, residents pay $9,037 on average for siding installation. Price ranges span from as low as $5,420 and up to $12,653 for premium materials.

Waukesha, WI

Waukesha homeowners typically pay around $9,893 to install new siding. Affordable materials start at approximately $5,934, while top-tier products are closer to $13,852.

Madison, WI

The average siding installation expense in Madison is $9,935. Cost-effective material choices bring the cost to $5,959, with premium options making costs $13,910.

New Berlin, WI

New Berlin residents investing in siding face average costs of $10,264. Depending on material selection, total expenses could be as low as about $6,156 or as high as approximately $14,371.

Brookfield, WI

The average siding installation cost in Brookfield reaches about $11,186. Basic materials reduce prices to around $6,709, while high-end products bring costs up to an average of roughly $15,662.

Menomonee Falls, WI

In Menomonee Falls, the typical homeowner spends around $9,001 to side their home. Affordable products start at approximately $5,399, with premium materials extending prices to $12,603.

West Allis, WI

West Allis homeowners pay approximately $7,984 on average for siding replacement. Low-cost materials start pricing at about $4,789, while high-end products top out at around $11,178.

Wauwatosa, WI

Residents of Wauwatosa typically spend $11,138 to install new siding. Basic material selections lower average expenses to about $6,680, while premium materials increase costs to roughly $15,595 on the high end.

Green Bay, WI

In Green Bay, the average homeowner pays approximately $10,779 for siding installation. Budget-friendly materials price out at about $6,465, with high-end material choices extending the average cost to around $15,092.

 

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How your home type affects your siding costs

The size of your home and the type of siding you choose to install are the largest factors in determining the final cost of the project. Homes with more stories and square footage will naturally require more material for the job, raising your costs. Depending on the type of material you choose, you can be looking at even more fluctuation in cost. Our siding cost calculator defaults to calculating the cost of standard vinyl siding, but it also shows pricing results for more premium options, such as LP or cedar siding.

How much does it cost to reside a house in Wisconsin? 

For a house between 1000 and 1750 square feet, you can expect a residing job to cost anywhere from $6000 to $33,000 - depending on the siding material. 

Siding TypePrice Range (USD)
Vinyl Siding $6,000 - $13,000
LP Siding $10,000 - $20,000
Cedar Siding $16,000 - $33,000

The square footage of your home is the predominant factor in estimating the cost of your siding replacement project. On average, it will cost $6.12 per square foot to replace your siding in Wisconsin. 

Average Vinyl Siding Cost Per Square Foot

The average vinyl siding replacement cost is between $6,615 - $15,480 for the median sized home in the U.S.

Square Footage1 Story2 Story3 Story
1000 Sq. ft $3,340 - $6,680 $3,770 - $7,540 $4,050 - $8,110
1250 Sq. ft $4,175 - $8,350 $4,712 - $9,425 $5,062 - $10,137
1500 Sq. ft $5,010 - $10,020 $5,655 - $11,310 $6,075 - $12,165
1750 Sq. ft $5,145 - $10,290 $5,670 - $11,340 $6,020 - $12,040
2000 Sq. ft $5,880 - $11,760 $6,480 - $12,960 $6,880 - $13,760
2250 Sq. ft $6,615 - $13,230 $7,290 - $14,580 $7,740 - $15,480
2500 Sq. ft $7,350 - $14,700 $8,100 - $16,200 $8,600 - $17,200
2750 Sq. ft $11,385 - $22,770 $12,210 - $24,420 $12,760 - $25,520
3000 Sq. ft $12,420 - $24,840 $13,320 - $26,640 $13,920 - $27,840
3500 Sq. ft $14,490 - $28,980 $15,540 - $31,080 $16,240 - $32,480

These ranges are calculated using the standard costs for traditional vinyl siding and should be considered base prices. For customers who would like more premium options such as LP siding or cedar siding, these prices vary even higher. High-grade LP siding costs around 1.5x as much as traditional vinyl and cedar can be as much as 2.5x these base prices.

Home shape siding costs

The shape and layout of your home can also change the cost of your siding installation. In general, homes with square or rectangular layouts are the least expensive to work on. As layouts begin to have extra protrusions and a multitude of different lengths, they require more labor to get properly fitted for their siding. Overall, any increases in price that may result from this are usually negligible. 

Seasonal pricing for siding

Typically the best time for replacing your siding is in the spring, fall, or early winter. Summer is considered the busiest time for exterior renovations, with many jobs increasing in price by 5-15%.

We have performed over 16,000 residential siding and remodeling projects in Wisconsin and it is very common to see homeowners having to repair or replace the “handiwork” of their previous contractors due to poor installation. Make sure you get it done right the first time so it can be your last time - hire Infinity.

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