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Question DetailsAsked on 2/15/2015

who can repair loose siding

Need someone to put loose siding back into place.

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Siding is your Search the List category for contractor. Handyman might be able to do it, but might also botch it - especially if dealing with vinyl, metal or concrete siding.

Depending on how they are fastened on, could be about $75-150 (minimum charge typically) if just slotted slip-in fastener edges, or could be several hundred if they have to strip off boards all the way to the top of the wall to expose the fastener rows, then reapply the siding from the bottom daamged area on up back to the top. Of course, will cost a bit more if there are corner or window or door joints to reestablish correctly than if just main field panels.

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