Budgeting is essential when considering a door replacement.
Hence, it can make a difference for many homeowners.
Most of the time, a window replacement occurs when the damage is beyond repair.
With this, homeowners usually look for the cheapest solution.
However, the cheap cost can never have the best quality when considering a window installation.
Now you’re wondering, how much does it cost to replace a window?
Give us a call, and we’ll tell you the prices you want to know.
However, we can also provide you in this guide some estimates on what to expect on the installation.
Cost of Window Installation
Total replacement means replacing the whole window and other parts.
Since you’re considering many factors in the replacement, such as material, labor, and supplies, the cost leads up to 15% more than the glass insert service.
The complexity of the replacement can also play a large role in the cost.
Added to this is the price of labor, which can be more expensive if you want to install multiple pane and intricate windows.
Windows come in different designs and styles.
Hence, the prices also vary according to window types.
So, how much does it cost to replace a window?
In summary, the installation amounts to the labor (including the complexity), type, material, and customization.
If you want to know how much it cost to replace a window in Canada, refer below for the prices of each window.
Generally, you only have to add up to $200 for the window replacement cost.
Type of Windows
1. Slider Window
Sliders are typically seen in larger houses.
They have two sashes, with one portion sliding horizontally over a sash.
You can remove one of the panes.
Hence, they are easy to clean.
For the cost, they range between $250 and $1800.
If you want a custom slider window, expect to add $500 to $900 per linear foot.
2. Single-Hung Window
It is also known as the classic window type.
It looks like a small version of sliders but only opens vertically.
It is priced around $100 to $400.
3. Double-Hung Window
Imagine a single-hung window but with both upper and lower panes that move.
That is the double-hung window.
However, it is more expensive than a single-hung window that can cost from $150 to $650.
4. Picture Window
A picture window is a fixed type that does not open.
However, there are designs with opening side panels.
You can also customize it to maximize the view to the outside.
It can cost between $300 and $1200.
5. Awning and Casement Window
The awning and casement window opens via a hinge.
They can be open at the bottom, top, or from the sides.
The awning window opens from the top through a hinge, while the casement closes with the tight seals.
The price for these windows ranges between $200 and $1400.
6. Bay and Bow Windows
These windows are the most expensive ones.
A bay window comprises three separate panes joined at an angle, while the bow has five or more panes.
In short, they consume a large area of your house.
The cost for these windows is between $1000 and $4500.
Expect to pay an additional average cost of $200 for the labor for each window material.
The material of the window and the features all play a role in the broad price ranges.
You can see a lot of vinyl windows in Canada.
It’s affordable and offers insulation, and energy-efficient.
It’s priced around $100 to $900.
Wood is the popular choice for windows.
It’s a natural insulator, which helps to regulate the temperature inside your home.
But, it is prone to rotting, cracking, and warping.
Wood windows are priced between $150 and $1300.
Aluminum is the cheapest but does not provide sufficient insulation.
Hence, it is the least popular choice for homeowners in Canada.
It’s priced around $75 to $400.
Fiberglass is more durable than vinyl but has the same insulation properties.
They are not very common in Canada since it is expensive. It costs around $500 to $1500.
Composite windows are made of wood fibers.
The fibers are held together via PVC polymer.
They’re efficient, durable, and require low maintenance.
They’re reasonably priced as well for around $300 to $1200.
Install your Window with Us!
The cost of replacing a window includes labor, material, type, and customization.
Hence, it can be quite expensive.
Aside from window replacement, we offer window repair, window screen replacement, and door repair services.
Call us now to have your new window installed in your home!