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How Much Do Replacement Windows Cost?

How Much Do Replacement Windows Cost?

Replacement windows are a large investment in your house. Not only do they provide a fresh appearance, they can increase your residence’s resale value and lower utility expenses.

While there are a lot of home improvement projects you can finish alone, window replacement work isn’t one of them. We advise working with a specialist, such as Pella of Mankato.

Once you’ve chosen your window professional, you may be curious how much you might expect to spend on modern home windows. We go over the general prices by type below.

Average Costs for Replacement Windows

The average price to replace a window can range from $300 to $1,000, according to Home Advisor’s cost guide, which compiles totals on projects nationally. The average differs widely because size, materials and type determine the total expense.

If you have a single-story home with three bedrooms, Home Advisor says you should be ready to spend $3,000 to $10,000 to install new windows. Expenses for a two-story home can be twice as much, as you have extra windows, and many placed in location that are harder to get at.

There are several aspects that can determine your full cost, including:

  • Window width and height
  • Window frame material
  • Window style
  • Product line
  • Glass choices
  • Customization
  • Labor

Average Expense by Materials

Here are the approximate expenses for three of the best-selling materials, according to Home Advisor. Keep in mind that custom or major projects can impact the total.

  1. Vinyl windows: $100—$900
  2. Wood windows: $150—$1,300
  3. Fiberglass windows: $500—$1,500

Average Cost by Style

Here are the average prices for the most requested window kinds, according to Home Advisor. Make sure to consider that other factors can affect the expense, like size, glass choices and labor.

  • Single-hung windows: $100—$400
  • Double-hung windows: $150—$650
  • Picture windows: $300—$1,200
  • Casement windows: $200—$1,400
  • Sliding windows: $150—$800
  • Bay and bow windows: $1,000—$4,500
  • ENERGY STAR® and energy-efficient windows: $300—$1,000

Options that Match Your Home

Because window prices can range considerably, we encourage you to meet with our local pros about your own project. We can help you choose the style that’s right for your residence and budget. Call us at 507-625-6933 or contact us online to start right away.

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