Our steel siding installation process
- Preparation: The area where the steel siding will be installed is prepared by removing any existing siding, cleaning the surface, and repairing any damaged areas.
- Measuring and cutting: The steel siding panels are measured and cut to fit the dimensions of the wall, ensuring that they fit snugly and securely.
- Fastening: The steel siding panels are then fastened to the wall using screws or nails, typically starting at the bottom of the wall and working upwards.
- Overlapping: The panels are overlapped at the edges, usually by one to two inches, to prevent water from seeping through.
- Trim installation: Once the panels are installed, trim pieces are added around windows, doors and corners to create a finished look and provide additional protection.
- Finishing touches: The finishing touches may include painting or sealing the steel siding, depending on the specific type of siding and the homeowner's preferences.
EDCO exterior steel siding (choose your color)
Although no painting or maintenance is required on EDCO steel house siding, you can still paint right on the siding with latex paint of any color. Professionally installed EDCO exterior steel siding from Wisconsin siding contractor Infinity Exteriors does not warp or expand like wood siding, maintaining the professional, clean & straight look of your Wisconsin home exterior.
How much does steel siding cost?
On average, the cost of installing metal siding can range from $6 to $15 per square foot, including both materials and labor. This means that a 2,000-square-foot home with metal siding could cost anywhere from $12,000 to $30,000 for installation. If those numbers seem a little steep, fear not. We offer siding financing on all our siding projects.