If you’re in need of new windows to better suit your home, then you’re bound to be wondering how much window replacements cost, so that you can budget for your home improvement project.
You might want to replace yours if they are old and drafty – especially if your utility bills are higher than they should be. But new windows can also give your home an exterior makeover so it’s better looking than before.
The type of window you choose will affect its price tag, and we’ve put together all the information you need about window replacement costs so you can see what you might expect to pay. We’ve also taken a look at labor costs so you can make sure your budget covers calling on a professional if you prefer that to DIY.
How much does it cost to replace a window?
The cost of a single window can range between around $100 and over $2000. We’re talking both the glass and the window frame for these sums.
You might wonder why the range of costs is large. ‘There are a variety of factors that impact the cost of replacing a window including state laws and regulations, as well as the window type and size, frame material, extent of damage, accessibility and hardware availability,’ says Bailey Carson, home expert at Angi.
Want to save money? ‘Replace old windows with new ones of the same size,’ says construction expert and coach Monika Zasada of DE-MAZING. ‘It does not require the work involved with enlarging or shrinking the opening to fit the new units.’