How much does a window replacement cost?
Why does it have to cost this much?
You might be wondering why getting a home window repair is cheaper than getting a window replacement.
Aside from the few obvious facts, there is actually a difference in the installation or repair itself.
Before talking about replacement, let’s first talk about home window repair.
Generally most businesses charge a massive consultation fee alone to check and if you don’t know what’s going on, you might even be charged extra.
We at Barnett Repairs make sure to price our clients fairly.
One thing that can be very expensive is backjobs.
This means a window replacement or a home window repair that wasn’t done properly and has to be done again.
In order to save, we make sure to do the job right the first time.
Here’s what goes into a home window repair.
A home window repair cost depends on how severe the damage might be.
If the hinges are broken, they can easily be replaced.
These might be the cheapest home window repair issue you might be experiencing.
Other damages that could be more severe include broken frames, broken glass, lost screws and more.
We at Barnett Repairs advise our clients to have their windows checked when there is a problem.
If the solution doesn’t seem too easy, calling us first will help prevent any further damage to your window.
How much does window replacement cost?
If you’re wondering about the specifics of what goes into the cost of replacement windows, fear not, here’s a breakdown.
The average window replacement cost can go for around just $150 all the way to $750 for the window itself.
Most companies charge a steep price on labor cost.
We at Barnett Repairs, however, make sure to bill our clients a fair amount which will be good for you and for us.
Nobody likes to overspend.
We don’t want our clients to spend too much either.
Window replacement costs differ depending on frame materials.
One very important thing included in what goes into the cost of replacement windows is the type of frame being used.
Different frames have different prices.
Although we’ve been able to scout for the most affordable but still most effective frames, we still want our clients to know what they should expect.
An aluminum window frame can cost over $150 per window.
A vinyl window frame can cost over $400 per window.
Wooden window frames can cost upwards of $580 per window.
Using fiberglass window frames can cost you from $500 to $1,500 per window.
Composite window frames can cost you from $300 up to $1,300 per window.
This, however, isn’t the whole answer to what goes into the cost of replacement windows.
Installation costs differ depending on window type.
There are many different types of windows and all of them demand different prices.
Single Hung windows can cost from $170 up to $400.
Double Hung windows can cost from $300 up to $850.
Arched windows can cost from $300 up to $500.
Awning windows can cost from $430 up to $760.
Bay windows can cost from $1,150 up to $3,500.
Bow windows can cost from $1,400 up to $3,800.
Casement windows can cost from $270 up to $750.
Circle windows can cost from $250 up to $750.
Egress windows can cost from $1,000 up to $5,000.
Garden windows can cost from $1,000 up to $4,000.
Glass block windows can cost from $400 up to $1,100.
Hopper windows can cost from $260 up to $720.
Jalousie windows can cost from $180 up to $400.
Picture windows can cost from $340 up to $800.
Skylight windows can cost from $900 up to $2,200.
Sliding windows can cost from $320 up to $1,300.
Sliding glass door windows can cost from $1,060 up to $2,700.
Storm windows can cost from $200 up to $460.
Transom windows can cost from $200 up to $600.
It is important to note that these are average prices but at Barnett Repairs, we make sure to give the best prices to our clients.
We know the difference between “overcharging” and getting the most for your money.
We want to give our clients the best window replacement at a very reasonable price.