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Prescreened Brick & Stone Siding Installation Services in Chicago, IL

    Naperville, IL·

    Masonry cleaning

    "Very prompt service . Great people."

    Jim C. in February 2023

    LCA Landscaping & Stonework Logo

    In business since 2020

    Palatine, IL·

    Brick and Stone, Landscaping

    About us: "We are dedicated to providing our clients with the very best in installation and repair for your masonry needs. With over seven years of industry experience, we specialize in a variety of residential and commercial brick, stone and concrete work. We take pride in the attention to detail put into each of the projects we're involved with. We're known for our quality work and the integrity of our business. We look forward to building long-term relationships with our clients, and guarantee your satisfaction"

    Munoz Pro Masonry Logo

    In business since 2015

    Chicago Heights, IL·

    Tile, Masonry, Tuck Pointing , and 1 more

    About us: "It can be a daunting task looking for not only the right contractor for your job but also the right contractor for you. We completely understand what you're going through. We know every customer has different desires, different needs and different schedules. We're not only here to turn your ideas into reality but to make it a memorable experience every step of the way. Call us right now, no matter where you are in the planning process."

    King Home Improvements Logo

    In business since 2003

    Landscaping, structure installation, sod removal and installation, irrigation repairs and installation, grading, Concrete & Masonry, step repair and rebuild, paving, pavers, asphalt, Chimney repair and rebuild, tuckpointing, chimney cap replacement, leak repairs, skylight repairs , and 2 more

    About us: "King Home Improvements is committed to excellence in every aspect of our business. We uphold a standard of integrity bound by fairness, honesty, and personal responsibility. Our distinction is the quality of service we bring to our customers. Accurate knowledge of our trade combined with ability is what makes us true professionals. Above all, we are watchful of our customers' interests, and make their concerns the basis of our business."


    "They were extremely professional and knowledgeable, and the work was completed in a very timely fashion."

    Marchand W. in January 2023

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Out of Network Brick & Stone Siding Contractors in Chicago, IL

How much do brick & stone siding contractors typically cost?

  • Chicago, Illinois Average
  • Typical Range
    $5,910 - $17,677
  • Low End - High End
    $250 - $45,000

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Chicago Brick & Stone Siding Contractors are rated 5 out of 5 based on 5 reviews of 2 featured pros.

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Things to Consider Before You Add or Replace Stone & Brick Siding:

  • What type of project is this?
  • What type of masonry do you want installed?
  • What type of siding is currently on the home?
  • How many stories is your home?

Chicago Stone Siding

In a place with architecture that's been around for decades upon decades (not to mention pizza and hot dogs that'll stick with you all day), homeowners should expect improvements to their property to go the distance. In Chicago, stone siding is a cladding option that will not only look good on your house, but can stand up to the harsh weather conditions that the city is known for. When compared to other siding options like vinyl, aluminum, or even cedar shake, nothing comes close to the durability of stone siding. Chicago residents looking for a unique and exceptionally tough siding should take a closer look at this material when it comes time to upgrade the exterior of their homes.

Options for Stone Siding
When considering stone siding for the outside of your home, there are several options to choose from. The first, oldest, and most expensive type of stone siding is made from actual, rough stones. Though the individual stones may be cut or shaped to make installation easier and the end product's surface more even, the look is one that screams of rustic authenticity that you won't be able to find anywhere else. Stone veneer siding will maintain much of this rustic appearance, but the stones are cut to create a thin layer of actual stone on the outside of your house. Stone veneer is easier to install and less expensive to purchase than using whole stones. The last option is faux stone siding, which is generally made of concrete or polyurethane molded to look like stone. It is inexpensive and easy to work with, but in most cases can be distinguished from natural stone products.

Obviously, installation techniques will vary depending on what kind of stone siding you choose. Using whole, natural stones is an involved and specialized task. In general, only an experienced mason should be used for this type of work. Both stone veneer and faux stone can usually be installed by a siding specialist without the help (or high cost) of hiring a mason. It is important to remember that faux stone may not have the same kind of benefits that come with natural stone, though the difference in price is significant enough that many homeowners will find it a more appealing option.

Though natural stone siding can literally last for centuries, and even faux stone siding can be very durable, problems can arise that will require some repairs. Natural stone deals rather well with most natural factors like moisture, wind, direct sunlight (no fading here!), and even fire. A strong, acute impact, however, can cause some damage. Repairing natural stone siding is often a job that will require hiring an experienced mason.

With stone veneer or faux stone, hiring a siding specialist is usually adequate for repair, though both are far more likely to require repairs over their lifetimes than homes built with whole stone.

It isn't cheap to install real stone siding; Chicago residents can expect their prices to be far more than $11,000 (the average cost of vinyl siding installation in the area). Using faux stone or stone veneer should bring the price down dramatically. Remember, though, that installing a high quality material like stone siding is not just going to make your home look more appealing to you, but to prospective buyers, as well. This means that installing stone siding in Chicago might have the added effect of increasing your property value, as well as make your home more marketable than others in the area.

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