Brick Vinyl Siding Brick Vinyl Siding
Brick vinyl siding is a type of vinyl siding that uses brick materials in the face of the vinyl. It gives the siding the appearance of brick when in reality it is vinyl siding. Most vinyl siding is made from a PVC composite material in order to add to its durability and longevity.
Different Costs in Siding
Brick vinyl siding is used in newer home constructions for mid-priced homes between $250,000 and $500,000. The cost per 100 square feet of coverage is around $90 versus $88 for stucco siding, $136 for fiber cement, $462 for wood and cedar siding, $565 for brick and $707 for stone siding. Using a brick vinyl siding material in new construction is much less expensive that actual brick siding, a $475 cost difference.
Using Brick Vinyl Siding
Building with brick vinyl siding is easy to do and provides a homeowner with the same look as actual brick siding. Homeowners who are looking to save on the cost of home siding and are looking to achieve the look actual brick can accomplish this by having brick vinyl siding installed. For most homeowners the look of brick vinyl siding is indistinguishable from actual brick siding.