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## How do I figure out how many squares of siding I need?

Measuring Walls

Siding is ordered in “squares”. One square equals 100 square feet, so **multiply height x width, then divide by 100 for total “squares"**. via

## How many squares does a box of siding do?

Box Contents

A box of vinyl siding contains **two "squares**." A square in construction lingo equals 100 square feet, so a box of vinyl siding will cover 200 square feet. via

## How much siding do I need for a 1500 square foot house?

An average 1,500 square foot house would cost around **$7,700 for standard aluminum siding** and upwards of $11,000 for custom grades after labor and material costs. via

## How do you calculate exterior square footage?

Calculating gross square footage is simple. Calculate the exterior dimensions of your building, as demonstrated in the above graphic. Measure the length and width of the building's walls. **Multiply the length and width measurements to find square footage**. via

## How many pieces of siding are in a 2 square box?

A carton typically contains **between 14 and 24 panels** and covers 100 ft² or 200 ft², or 1 or 2 squares, and will cost from $90 to $250 a square. via

## How much does it cost to vinyl side A 1500 square foot house?

The average cost for vinyl siding installation on a 1,500 sq ft. home can range from **$4,658 to $5,795**. The cost for vinyl siding is usually around $3.50 per square foot. A high quality vinyl siding would increase the price and you could expect to pay as much as $7 per square foot. via

## How much J channel is in a box?

Available in cartons of **20 pieces**. Each piece is 90" long. Total carton is 150 linear feet. via

## What size is a square of siding?

First, siding is measured in squares. One unit of siding (one square) is equal to **100 square feet**, so knowing how to measure in square feet for siding is key to a successful estimate. via

## What is the cheapest way to side a house?

**Vinyl siding** is cheap, ranking among one of the least expensive ways to side your home. Many homeowners are happy with the look of vinyl siding. Vinyl's look is improving, too, with technological advancements in texture and colorfastness. You can also paint it if you want. via

## What color siding has the best resale value?

A **tan or wheat colored siding** is a great pick if you want to get the most money for your home at resale. Light neutrals are a solid choice because the colors go great with white trim and other darker colors. via

## Does residing a house add value?

**Adding new vinyl siding to your home can increase the value by approximately 76.7% of the project cost**, according to Remodeling Magazine. One key thing to consider is whether the siding you select will maintain that value after it has been subjected to mother nature, or the neighbor's baseball. via

## How does an appraiser determine the square footage of a house?

When an appraiser calculates the square footage of a home, **it will only measure interior spaces that are heated and cooled**. This includes bedrooms (and closets), bathrooms, hallways, kitchen, and living areas, as well as enclosed patios, and finished attics. via

## How much does it cost to side a 2000 square foot house?

Siding costs between $3 and $11 per square foot with the average homeowner spending **$4,300 to $15,800** to install on a 2,000-square-foot home. The total cost to replace siding depends on the size of your home, the number of stories, and the materials used. via