Indiana Siding Cost Calculator

The cost of new siding in Indiana is different for every home. To calculate your estimated siding replacement cost, try our Indiana siding cost calculator. Pick your home’s style, number of floors, and square footage to receive an instant price range estimate. Ready for the real quote? Contact us and schedule a free siding estimate today. 

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How Much Does It Cost to Replace Siding in Indiana

In Indiana, the average cost of siding replacement is between $14,000 and $28,000. The final cost of a siding project will depend on the scope of the project, the materials used, the square footage of the home, the number of stories, and the time of year.

Average Cost of New Siding in Your Area

CityAvg. Siding Cost
Indianapolis, IN $14,700 - $28,000
Lawrence, IN $14,700 - $28,000
Marion, IN $6,500 - $14,000
Bloomington, IN $14,700 - $28,000
Carmel, IN $28,000 - $60,000+
Cicero, IN $6,500 - $14,000
Lafayette, IN $14,700 - $28,000
Muncie, IN $6,500 - $14,000
Plainfield, IN $14,700 - $28,000

*The cost of replacing the siding on your home may not match the prices in the above table. To get the most accurate estimate on siding replacement, contact the siding installers at Cochran Exteriors.

Siding Cost By Material in Indiana

Your choice of siding material will make a noticeable impact on costs. The siding material affects the manufacturing costs and the complexity of the installation. Vinyl siding costs about $7 per square foot on average, while fiber cement siding generally costs between $10 and $15 per square foot.

Siding MaterialAverage Siding Replacement Cost
Vinyl $16,252 - $30,788+
Fiber Cement $40,630 - $76,971+

For an exact quote based specifically on your home, contact Cochran Exteriors today.

Siding Cost By Square Footage

In Indiana, the average-sized home is approximately 1,750 square feet and two stories. The table below shows the average price of a full siding replacement for a variety of home sizes.

Square Footage1-Story Siding Cost2-Story Siding Cost3-Story Siding Cost
1,000 sq ft $1,000 - $5,000+ $2,000 - $6,500+ $3,000 - $10,000+
1,200 sq ft $6,000 - $7,200+ $7,800 - $9,600+ $12,000 - $13,020+
1,300 sq ft $6,500 - $7,800+ $8,450 - $10,400+ $13,000 - $14,105+
1,500 sq ft $7,500 - $9,000+ $9,750 - $12,000+ $15,000 - $16,275+
1,800 sq ft $7,200 - $10,800+ $15,120 - $20,160+ $19,530 - $25,200+
2,000 sq ft $8,000 - $12,000+ $16,800 - $22,400+ $21,700 - $28,000+
2,500 sq ft $15,000 - $100,000+ $28,000 - $115,000+ $35,000 - $120,000+

4 Factors Influencing Siding Costs in Indiana

The type of siding material you select significantly impacts the overall cost. Vinyl siding tends to be the most economical option, while fiber cement siding may come with slightly more premium pricing.

Larger homes will need more materials and additional labor, driving up the total costs.

Multi-story homes demand additional labor and material due to the increased surface area, leading to higher project costs than single-story homes.

Siding replacement costs tend to be higher during the summer months when demand peaks. To maximize value, some homeowners schedule their siding installation during the fall or spring seasons.