Replacement Window Costs | Find Sample Prices

Replacement window costs encompass a huge range, from $169 specials to custom $1200 wood frames (installed pricing). We have listed the 5 most popular types of windows, along with a small description, their range of replacement window costs and an average installed price. This last figure is a good target price that consumers should be paying to have a solid window installed by a good window company.

Replacement Window Costs

In general, replacement window costs vary based on size, the type of window, frame material, the number of windows, manufacturer, glass package and complexity and requirements for the install.

Double Hungs

Description: One of the most common window on the market. They have two movable sashes that can be lowered or raised separately or in combination. They are very versatile and are in the middle of the range of replacement window costs.

Entry Level: $200 – $400 installed

Mid Range: $400 – $700 installed

High End: $700 – $950 installed

Average Cost: $500 installed
Homeowners can expect to get a quality, standard sized (24″W by 48″H) double hung window installed by a reputable company for $500.

Single Hungs

Description: Single hungs have one movable lower sash that raises or closes similarly to the double hung. It does not have the upper sash, making it less versatile for letting in air than double hungs. However, this selection will be slightly less expensive and has less moving parts that can cause an issue down the road. These are in the lower middle range of replacement window costs.

Entry Level: $150 – $300 installed

Mid Range: $300 – $500 installed

High End: $500 – $750 installed

Average Cost: $425 installed
Homeowners can expect to have a quality, standard sized (24″W by 48″H) single hung window installed by a reputable company for $425.


Replacement Window Costs

Installation Costs: $50 – $250 per opening

Window installation costs will account for roughly a third of the total project price. Insert replacements that fit in an existing opening should run you $50 to $75 an opening. More complicated projects that involve lots of work to replace rotten sills, reinforce frames, or resizing the opening will run closer to the top end of this price range.

Sliders

Description: Horizontal sliders or gliders slide along a track, opening horizontally compared to vertically like single or double hungs. They are great space savers, tend to have a lot of glass area and look nice. They tend to be at the lower end of replacement window costs and are nearly always made from vinyl frames.

Entry Level: $125 – $225 installed

Mid Range: $225 – $450 installed

High End: $450 – $700 installed

Average Cost: $400 installed
Homeowners can expect to have a quality, standard sized (48″W by 32″H) sliding window installed by a reputable company for $400.

Casements

Description: An elegant window that opens outward like a door. The window has a crank that is turned to open, allowing very great ventilation. Casements tend to have very good compression seals, so once the window is closed, there is little to no air infiltration. Casements tend to be at the higher end of replacement window costs.

Entry Level: $300 – $500 installed

Mid Range: $500 – $700 installed

High End: $700 – $1050 installed

Average Cost: $600
Homeowners can expect to have a quality, standard sized (24″W by 48″H) casement window installed by a reputable company for $600.

Fixed Frames

Description: Fixed frames are windows that cannot be opened. They can be large and known as picture windows or just your everyday variety fixed window. While they don’t offer ventilation, they also do not have any hardware that can fail. They are at the low end of replacement window costs.

Entry Level: $115 – $250 installed

Mid Range: $250 – $450 installed

High End: $450 – $650 installed

Average Cost: $350 installed
Homeowners can expect to have a quality, standard sized (24″W by 48″H) fixed window installed by a reputable company for $350.



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