Replacement home windows cost a varying amount. Replacing a single window with labor can vary in cost and the average is $350 to $800. The average is using the same trim and fitting the window in an existing window frame that is in good shape. In an average 3 bedroom home with 12 windows the replacement windows can cost from $4,200 to $9,600. Listed below are the average costs of a couple of types of windows and their average costs:
$150 to $350 Single Hung
$325 to $800 Double Hung
$325 to $500 Arched
$425 to $780 Awning
$1125 to $3555 Bay
$325 to $850 Casement
$1000 to $5500 Egress
$1000 to $4000 Garden
$425 to $1000 Glass Block
$325 to $820 Picture
The most expensive part of your project will go toward the cost of the new windows. Windows aren’t cheap. The majority of your budget should be for the quality of the window. The price of new windows and replacement windows depends on different factors:
- Number of replacement windows needed.
- Type of windows wanted.
- Window style and materials.
- Window Install and Labor costs.
- Type of installation.
Tax Credits & Rebates for Replacement Windows:
Big Box Store Windows:
Buying windows at Big Box Stores like Lowes, will offer you an insurance plan on top of the window warranty. The insurance plan will help you fix damaged windows that aren’t covered by the standard manufacturer’s warranty. If you don’t buy the extra insurance plan, you may not have your window damage covered. Think a rock coming through your window. Most warranties and insurances through big box stores will not cover this. We do. Our warranty is everything from seal failure to a rock through your window when you’re mowing. Our replacement windows and new windows is its a two-owner warranty and gives more value to your home.
If you’re planning on having many windows replaced at once you may need to finance your window replacement project. There are many available financing options:
Mortgage Increase – Sometimes you can get a higher mortgage amount than what you need to buy the home by itself. This increase can cover home improvements you’d like to make on your home. To find this out talk to your local bank or credit union to find out if you qualify.
Home Improvement and Home Equity Loans – Home improvement loans are for purchases like new windows, new replacement windows, add-ons, roofing, or other projects that can improve your home life. Sometimes you can take out a second loan and relying on your current equity.
I hope this helps you in your research for home replacement windows. Kuddos to you for becoming an informed buyer.
Any other questions call us at (330) 818- 9833 or fill out our contact form to have us call you.