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Dyer Vinyl Siding

Dyer Vinyl Siding

Your home’s siding is its “skin.” It is the outer barrier between rain, snow, wind, and the sun’s rays and your home.

Vinyl siding is just one type of siding you can choose for your home. Some homeowners choose wooden siding, stone veneer, fiber cement siding, or mounting blocks. Each type of siding has its benefits and drawbacks.

The Cost to Install Vinyl Siding

One of the greatest benefits of choosing vinyl siding is its cost to install. It costs $2 to $7 per square foot, typically averaging $4 per square foot installed. To install vinyl siding on a whole house, the national average is about $9,500. Your vinyl siding project could cost more or less than this figure because of the type of siding you choose, whether you choose to install additional features like trim or soffits, and the size and shape of your house.

Types of Vinyl Siding for your Home

Gone are the days of boring, breakable beige vinyl. Today, vinyl siding comes in a wide variety of colors and styles to suit any home, old or modern.

Examples of the vinyl siding styles available to you include:

  • Board and batten style. This style of siding alternates wide and narrow planks, imitating traditional farmhouses. It can installed in a vertical or horizontal orientation;
  • Cedar shakes. This type of siding looks like wooden shingles, giving homes a traditional, rustic look;
  • Beaded seam. With this type of siding, rounded beads between the seams cast shadows across them, giving the home a look similar to the wooden siding found on older homes; and
  • Clapboard siding. This is the most popular type of vinyl siding for homes in the United States. It is long, narrow horizontal boards.

Some homeowners choose two styles of siding to give their homes unique looks, like using a more intricate type of siding on dormers to make them stand out from the rest of the home.

Installing and Living with Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding has a lot of advantages, but it is not perfect. There is no “perfect” siding. Although vinyl is durable, its colors can fade over time. It can also accumulate dirt and grime, making it necessary for you to clean your siding. Cleaning vinyl siding is not difficult, though – you can clean it yourself with a water and vinegar solution, no power washer necessary.

When vinyl siding wears out or becomes damaged, it is easy to install. Because it is inexpensive and relatively hassle-free, it is the most popular siding choice in America.

Work with an Experienced Dyer Construction Company

When you are considering installing vinyl siding on your home or you need to have your siding repaired, contact an experienced construction company to get quotes and ideas for your project. Our team at Doppler Construction, Inc. is here to answer any questions you have and help you make aesthetic and construction decisions that work for your home and budget. Contact us today to set up your free consultation.


If you have questions or would like a free estimate we’d love to hear from you. Call us today at 219-661-1011 to see what Doppler Construction can do for you and your family.

(219) 661-1011
1027 E. Summit St.
Crown Point, IN 46307
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