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Window Pricing By Style
Find replacement window pricing by styles for the many types of windows available for your home. All of the pricing below is the industry standard range for a relatively standard sized window with standard installation. Different styles of windows will have different standard sizes; for instance, a standard double hung would be something like 24"W x 38"H. Prices are going to vary by size, frame, manufacturer, glass package, upgrades etc. so please use the following as a basic range.
Description: Awning windows are hinged at the top and allow the window to open or crank outward from the bottom. When they are opened, they look (not surprisingly) like an awning. As far as pricing goes, awnings are in the middle of the pack (right inline with casements), think $450 to $550 for a high end vinyl framed awning with professional installation.
Description: Bay windows are usually three connected frames that sit at an angle to one another and project out from an exterior wall. They can be very attractive additions to a home and add some square footage to a home. High quality vinyl clad pre-made frames with an interior wood will usually run $1,800 to $2,500 with installation.
Description: Bow windows are similar to bays, except instead of the window frames sitting at an angle to one another, they project out on a more subtle arc or curve. Similarly to bays, they can be an attractive focal point to any home and add real value to a property. High quality vinyl clad pre-made frames with an interior wood will usually run $2,200 to $3,000 with installation.
Description: Casement windows are hinged on one side and open outward with the use of a crank. They are considered one of the nicest and well made windows on the market with excellent compression seals when closed. A high quality vinyl casement will run $450 to $600 installed.
Description: Double hung windows are the most popular window in the residential replacement market. They have two sashes that each slide upward or downward to provide ventilation options and easy access for cleaning. They are generally in the middle of the replacement cost range, although there are so many options out there that there is a wide range of pricing available.
Description: Egress windows are basement emergency exits that allow access in or out in case of a fire etc. These projects can be fairly complex, requiring a number of steps and permitting. The actual window used is typically either a casement, slider or double hung. A typical full egress project with a prefab window well and casement will run $2,500 to $3,500, which includes all of the labor and window installation.
Description: Garden windows are almost like mini bays, although usually more angular and oviously smaller in size. There are cheap options here and some very high end options as well. Most of the options are prefabricated units that can be placed directly into the existing opening. A standard sized garden window with installation will run $1,200 to $1,800.
Description: Single hung windows have one movable lower sash, whereas a double hung has a movable upper and lower sash. Single hungs are often considered builder grade windows (lower end windows that are easy to install). This is certainly not always the case and there are some very nice, well made single hungs out there. A high quality vinyl single hung with installation will run $350 to $550.
Description: Sliding windows move horizontally as opposed to vertically like a single or double hung. They are a popular window style, however they typically don't offer the same energy efficiency as say a casement - although they tend to be one of the most affordable styles available. A high quality vinyl slider with installation will run $325 to $500.
Description: Storm windows have one of the biggest price ranges around - a simple insert that sits against the existing window can run just $125, while a high end storm, soundproof or hurricane replacement unit can run $1800 installed for a normal size double hung.
Description: Tilt turn windows are basically offshoots of double hungs that have two movable sashes that tilt in and turn for an even easier way to clean the outside glass area. A high quality vinyl tilt turn with installation will run $450 to $650.