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Prescreened Wood & Fiber-Cement Siding Contractors in New York, NY

    Perfect Contractor Group Corp. Logo
    Yonkers, NY·

    "Working with Perfect Contractor Group Corp. was a great experience. Everything was done in one day. It was like hiring a concert everyone doing specific jobs quickly and efficiently. They removed the old roof replaced the old plywood boards and made all needed repairs before installing the new roof layer they cleaned up every inch of the property you could not tell they were there other than noticing a new beautiful roof. And the price was great given the challenges of supply chain issues."

    David B. in March 2023

    Gomez Vision Construction, LLC Logo
    Union, NJ·

    Layouts and Previews Design of your Project, Kitchens, bathrooms, basement, sun rooms, decking, garage, Home Addition, Hardscape, pool, Spa , and 2 more

    "Gomez Vision Construction, LLC. Overall they did an amazing work on the construction of our sunroom. Jorge is a very professional, respectful and responsible Contractor. His Team is composed of members with the same professional skills. They are all knowledgeable, polite, punctual and clean. They left the place fully finished and up to our standards, everything was spotless. We are so satisfied that we already have another project lined up for him. Way to go, Jorge!!! Thank you so much for a job very well done."

    Winston J. in December 2020

    Braga's Home Improvement, LLC Logo
    New Rochelle, NY·

    Insulation, Drywall, Tile , and 2 more

    "They did a beautiful job and I would refer them to others."

    John C. in December 2022

    Bronx, NY·

    Solar Panels - Install * Roof Installation *, Floors - Patio - Deck -and Much More!!, and Much More!! , and 4 more

    "They were professional, organized, and diligent. Got the job done, no questions, very good work."

    Jose C. in March 2023

    Orange, NJ·


    "Angel does great work and has very good experience"

    Milton X. in January 2020

    LA One Construction, Corp. Logo
    The Bronx, NY·

    Gutters, Roofing, Masonry

    "Great experience. They did a great job on our roof for a fair and reasonable cost."

    Ramona S. in November 2020

    Stroudsburg, PA·


    "It is with deep satisfaction that I recommend Gradys Painting and Plastering & Construction. Mr. George Grady is a skilled craftsman. He was hired to correct long neglected and extensive masonry and window issues on a large, beautiful Presbyterian Church built in the Civil War era in Philadelphia. The property was neglected with only minimal maintenance performed over the last 40+ years. The building was in severe decline and in need of stabilization and restoration on many fronts. Cracked ledge plates were chipped out and reestablished, internal walls damaged by leakage were broken out and repaired, brickwork was repointed and in severe cases reestablished to original strength and beauty. Leaks around the base of the building were addressed to stabilize deterioration of the foundation. Large rotted window sills under beautiful stained glass windows were restored after significant masonry reestablishment due to water damage under the rotted out sills. Broken and missing stained glass windows are in the process of repair and replacement. The process started with new metal frames cast by Mr. Grady. The new frames will hold clear painted replications of the original stained glass, also crafted by Mr. Grady. Regular windows all around the church and manse were also repaired and restored. Roof leaks were accurately identified and repaired. A sagging plaster ceiling has been torn out and restored. All this work was done by Mr. Grady alone or with an occasional helper. He worked with care, expertise and respect for the original structure. The results far exceeded our expectations and have injected new life into a building on the brink. This building, owned by the Presbytery of Philadelphia, now houses a new urban ministry in a newly gentrifying area of the city. We are happy to have had the good fortune to be connected to Gradys Painting and Plastering & Construction by Service Magic."

    Pilling C. in December 2010

    3A Contracting, Corp. Logo
    Woodside, NY·

    Additions, Remodels

    "Bill is honest and fair and takes pride in his work. He found and repaired shower leaks in two bathrooms, repaired the walls, resealed the showers and repainted. He and his guys, Jose and Omar, also fixed a door that needed reshaping/cutting because it was sticking and was a fire hazard. And they replaced a floor doorway saddle which was cracked. They were always on time and hard-working, and did a wonderful job of cleaning up each day. I highly recommed this company!!"

    Cindy K. in August 2020

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Out of Network Wood & Fiber-Cement Siding Installation Contractors in New York, NY

How much do siding contractors typically cost?

  • New York, New York Average
  • Typical Range
    $12,301 - $32,092
  • Low End - High End
    $5,000 - $47,800

Things to Consider Before You Add or Replace Wood or Fiber-Cement Siding:

  • What type of project is this?
  • What kind of siding do you want to have installed?
  • How many stories is your home?

New York Cedar Siding

The most immediate benefit of cedar siding has to be its look. The classic look, feel, even the smell of authentic wood remains one of the most coveted materials for the home whether it's hardwood flooring, decking, or fencing. For exterior applications, you need a wood that's up to the challenge of the onslaught of heat, cold, wind, rain, and storms that cyclically befall the Atlantic Coast. Cedar has natural oils that protect it from both the weather and insects and other pests. Other woods such as redwood and cypress also have this type of oil, but these woods are substantially more expensive, often prohibitively so, to most homeowners who want wood siding for their home.

You can't realistically expect cedar siding to last as long as vinyl or fiber-cement siding, but with scheduled maintenance, especially have the siding stained on a regular basis, can allow your siding to last for a few decades and look good doing it. One final auxiliary benefit includes an exemplary insulating value created by dead air within the wood itself. Whether you're seeking out an initial installation, cedar siding staining or other maintenance, or whether you're considering a wider range of siding materials, HomeAdvisor has helped homeowners throughout the five boroughs, the Jersey Shore, and the greater New York area find the best contractor for their siding project.

Cedar Shake Siding and Other Types
By far the most popular type cedar siding in New York, cedar shake siding is created by split, not sawn, wood. It's one of the most economical forms of cedar siding. This type of shake siding is in itself available various shape designs including square, fish scale, hexagonal, metered, mitered, and half cove. Though cedar shake siding is the standard by which all other cedar siding is measured, but this doesn't guarantee that you'll fall in love with it. Other types of cedar siding include beveled, channeled, and tongue and groove, all with distinctive looks and installation methods. Finally, each of these types can also be varied in terms of shingle size and dimensions. You may need to look around at more than one cedar siding manufacturer to find exactly what you want for your home.

Cost of Cedar Siding
If you're looking for the most cost-effective siding, cedar is not the way to go. This doesn't make it a poor or exuberantly-priced choice, either. Vinyl remains the cheapest siding material, although vinyl will experience its own relatively quick deterioration. You can purchase high-end, foam-backed vinyl that will last longer, but then the initial savings all but evaporate. Interestingly, the cost of cedar siding is comparable to its competitor, fiber-cement siding. Indeed, if you're not set on the authenticity of real wood, you should probably take a close look at this alternative and more popular siding material. Thus, overall, a $10,000 vinyl siding installation may cost closer to $12,000 for cedar siding, although this number can fluctuate greatly depending on the type of cedar, the manufacturer, and the installation contractor you select. Naturally, depending on the size of your home, estimates can range from a few thousand dollars to more than $20,000.

New York Cedar Siding Contractors
Of course, the most successful siding projects involve quite a bit of planning and knowledge. Getting help from a professional New York cedar siding contractor is a great place to start. Rather than seeking out a specific line of cedar siding and looking for someone to install it, almost as an afterthought, talk to these pros about which cedar siding they recommend and why. You're liable to hear different suggestions from different contractors, just as you're sure to solicit various estimates from these contractors. But by understanding a contractor's siding philosophy, matching it to your own vision and desire for your home's siding, and picking up an education on cedar siding specific to the Atlantic Coast, New York, and even the particulars of your neighborhood and property value, you can put yourself on the path toward the best possible New York cedar siding installation. Our contractors are first put through a rigorous ten-step screening process. Plus, our online customer ratings and reviews section will allow you to see what other homeowners have thought about individual contractors and provides a powerful motivator for contractors to meet and exceed your expectations.

New York Hardie Board Siding

Hardie board siding is the name of the most popular brand of fiber-cement siding. Like Band-Aids and Q-Tips, it's sometimes used to refer to any type of fiber-cement product. Other times, fiber-cement is called simply hardboard siding. Fiber-cement is actually a composite material made from cement, sand, wood pulp, and water. It can be painted to virtually any color but is often stained and textured to resemble wood. Unlike wood, however, fiber-cement is nearly unchallenged in overall siding performance. Impervious to the sun, rain, heat, and cold and extremely resistant to wind, impact-damage, and pests, fiber-cement is second only to stone when it comes to strength and durability. Considering the high cost of stone, fiber-cement is generally considered to be the most cost-effective, bang-for-your-buck siding material on the market.

The Value
In New York, Hardie siding creates resale value for your home unlike any other home improvement project. According to Remodeling Magazine's Cost vs. Value Report, this form of siding installation returns 84% of its cost in added property value. This data was collected during 2008, when the housing market had already begun to collapse. With today's property values, you probably won't see this rate of return, but once the market begins to recover so will the value of your new siding. Specifically, Hardie siding in New York is a great choice because this leading manufacturer isn't going bankrupt any time soon. You can feel confident your warranties will be honored. But, as a homeowner, the real value still lies in the stunning look and enhanced performance of this siding material. Once you contact contractors and see some of their recent fiber-cement siding projects, you're likely to fall in love with the idea of Hardie siding.

Siding Choices

Hardie Plank Siding: The most popular choice already installed in millions of homes, this Hardie siding is accompanied by a 50-year warranty.

Hardie Shingle Siding: The most realistic imitation of wood siding shingles, many homeowners choose this product, despite a shorter 30-year warranty.

Hardie Vertical Siding: Similar to plank siding, these vertical panels offer a different look. This product also carries a 50-year warranty.

Cost of Hardie Board Siding
Simply put, as compared to other common siding materials, fiber-cement and Hardie siding is going to be more expensive than vinyl but less expensive than most other forms of siding, such as stone, brick, and stucco. The average vinyl siding installation costs about $11,000 and a comparable Hardie siding project will cost around $13,500. If you're looking at a more expensive foam-backed vinyl siding, the difference evaporates altogether. That said, we've seen projects of just more than a $1,000 (some homeowners only use fiber-cement for part of their siding), and we've seen projects top the $20,000 mark. By looking at the size of your home, you can begin to guess where on this spectrum estimates may fall.

Siding Installation
Hardie board siding is among the most technical siding installation projects. The material must be carefully nailed to avoid cracking, the one time in which this strong, durable material is susceptible to harm. From installing the water-resistive barrier, to cutting the planks, to avoiding inhaling silica dust, each aspect of your siding installation must be carefully executed to protect the safety of the installer

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