There are numerous things to think about as you decide if now is the ideal time to replace your windows or which company to work with. The majority of homeowners have limited funds, therefore they must make sure they are getting a decent value for their windows. This is why “How much will it cost to replace my windows?” is one of the first queries we frequently receive.
We would provide you with a straightforward response if there was one available, but the reality is that there are a number of variables involved. Progressive Insulation & Windows will come to your home to conduct a free assessment when you engage with us. We can take measurements, outline your options, and learn more about the project’s parameters. When that happens, we can provide you with a precise estimate.
Contact us right now at (800) 500-6200 to begin that process, and in the interim, take a look at five of the elements that will have the biggest impact on the price of your replacement project.
The materials we use to manufacture your windows
We provide a wide range of choices, including wood and vinyl. One of the main determinants of the final cost will be the material you select. Keep in mind that while cheaper windows can be available, they might not last as long. As a result, we advise clients to consider the whole cost of different materials rather than just the installation cost.
The window type you choose
There are numerous different window styles, including double hung, bay, bow, slider, vented, and casement windows. The cost will depend on the kind of windows you require. For starters, you can anticipate paying more the bigger the window is. Second, custom windows will cost more than regular windows, so plan accordingly.
The window finish you choose
The price will be affected by the window finish, which is the color or stain you will have on it, though less so than by other aspects. Unless you desire a custom hue that precisely matches your home, the costs of most finishes are comparable. Additional fees may apply.
How difficult the installation process
If your home was constructed in 2000, replacing the windows will probably be less expensive than if it was constructed in 1910. The difficulty of window installation can also be influenced by the windows’ locations, your home’s location, and its design.
How big the project is
We’ll think about the project’s scope last. It goes without saying that a homeowner who just wants to repair two windows will pay less than a homeowner who wants to replace a dozen windows and multiple sliding glass doors. Keep in mind that the price per window is probably going to decrease as the project’s scope expands.
Call Progressive Insulation & Windows at (800) 500-6200 if you’re ready to learn more about your window installation alternatives.