Current Scrap Metal Prices
Scrap Metal Scrap Price Updated Price Date
Copper National Average $3.46/lb Updated 07/21/2024
Steel National Average $184.77/ton Updated 07/21/2024
Aluminum National Average $0.49/lb Updated 07/21/2024
Catalytic Converter Average $75.93/each Updated 07/21/2024

Aluminum Siding

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Recent Price History

$0.57/lb Russell Springs, Kentucky 7/12/24
$0.45/lb Harris Metals and Recycling, Matoon, Illinois 7/2/24
$0.55/lb Swope's Salvage and Recycling, East Berlin, Pennsylvania 6/28/24
$0.66/lb River Valley Recycling, Kankakee, Illinois 6/4/24
$0.48/lb Bison Scrap, Buffalo, New York 5/24/24
$0.60/lb Milely Recycling Inc , Louisville , Kentucky 5/23/24
$0.45/lb Foss Recycling, Havelock, North Carolina 5/22/24
$0.65/lb Daniels & Miller Inc., Greensburg, Pennsylvania 5/17/24

About Aluminum Siding

Aluminum Siding Has to Be Worth Something….Right?

Aluminum Siding scrap can be brought to a scrap yard in your area and you can get paid for recycling it. Many times, roofing companies will come across aluminum siding and gutters for scrap after an installation or damage to a home. If you have any aluminum scrap lying around your house be sure to collect it and bring it to the closest scrap yard in your area and ask them for their Aluminum Siding Scrap Prices.

Where Does Aluminum Siding Come From?

Siding will normally be found on homes or buildings and can last for years depending on how well it is taken care of and installed. Aluminum siding has a few items that can be considered the same category. Gutters and downspouts are lumped into the same category as aluminum siding, and certain roofs will also be considered siding price as long as there is no steel or tar on them.

Types Of Aluminum Siding

Many people will tell you that houses only have aluminum siding on them, but they would be wrong. Most of the time the siding on homes is made of aluminum but once in a while you may find siding or gutters that were made of steel. Having your magnet on hand will make this very easy to figure out, you just have to make sure that you don’t try to fool the scrap yards and you know what you are doing.

Aluminum siding could also have foam or insulation on it and it is always a good ideas to strip or scrape it off before selling it to your local yard. This insulation was built onto the siding to help provide better insulation for the house during the winter and summers when you want to keep your hot or cold air inside more efficiently.

Not Sure Where to Sell Your Siding?

You can find a scrap yard by using the iScrap App and after gathering the contact information, you can ask for the aluminum siding scrap prices. If you have a smaller amount of scrap metal, you can make a trip to the local scrap yard to get paid for it. If you have a larger quantity of scrap metal, like from a construction job or demolition site, you can request a scrap metal pick up directly through the iScrap App. Find a scrap yard near you and start recycling your aluminum scrap for money. See more Scrapping Videos here.

Top Non Ferrous Metals

Gold $30784/lb
Silver $325/lb
Large Foreign Cat $200/each
Large GM Cat $165/each
Zorba $155/ton
Small Foreign Cat $105.00/each
Small GM Cat $85.00/each
Catalytic Converters $75.93/each


Yards around Ashburn, VA that accept
Aluminum Siding


Potomac Metals-Sterling

45655 Woodland Road Sterling, Virginia 20166

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Potomac Metals-Manassas

11900 Livingston Road Manassas, Virginia 20109

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Potomac Metals-Springfield

6619 Iron Place Springfield, Virginia 22151

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Potomac Metals-Ranson

410 16th Ave Ranson, West Virginia 25438

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Potomac Metals-Beltsville

5215 Holland Drive Beltsville, Maryland 20705

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Kirby Metal Recycling

5832 Kirby Road Clinton, Maryland 20735

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Potomac Metals-Waldorf

2 Henry Ford Circle Waldorf, Maryland 20602

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Terrapin Recycling LLC

7600 Rolling Mill Road Baltimore, Maryland 21224

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Staiman Recycling

213 Poplar Street Hanover, Pennsylvania 17331

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Recycle Management

3426 US Hwy Bsn 340 Stanley, Virginia 22851

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White Metal Recycling Company

150 S Orchard Dr Yoe, Pennsylvania 17313

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Full Circle Recycling Inc- Quarryville

965 Lancaster Pike Quarryville, Pennsylvania 17566

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