On average, installing siding on a house costs $12 per square foot.
Siding Cost by Material Type.

Wood$2 - $6
Metal$3 - $11
Fiber Cement$6

Compared to other sidings, vinyl is one of the easiest to install. It cuts easily, can be put up quickly, and requires no painting. Though the installation process is simple, prepping for the job requires more effort.
Your siding is a very crucial component of your home. Not only is it designed to be aesthetically pleasing, but it is also engineered to protect and insulate your home from the elements. Wind and rain from storms, as well as the heat of the summer and the chill of the winter, can impact the condition of your vinyl siding. Even the most well-maintained siding will eventually need to be replaced or repaired. It is important to inspect your siding often, especially at the end of a particularly harsh storm or season. Here are some things you should be looking out for that are clear indications that it may be time for new siding on your home.
Cracks, Gaps, and Holes in Your Siding

Having seamless aluminum gutters professionally installed on your home will cost around $7 to $33 per linear foot. The average per-foot cost is about $20, but second-story vs. a first-story installation, and the type and style of gutter material you choose are a few factors that may raise that cost