Windows Replacement in Connecticut

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Connecticut homeowners typically experience cold winters and relatively intense summer heat, meaning many uses both their air-conditioning and heating systems throughout the year. While Connecticut residents use less energy than most homeowners in the country, energy there is more expensive than in nearly every state only Hawaii and California have costlier energy.1,2

Many homeowners don’t realize that windows play a major role in how much energy their homes consume. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, up to 30% of the energy used for heating and cooling in homes is attributable to heat gain and loss through windows.3 This loss of energy is more likely to occur with old or damaged windows, so replacing your windows with energy-efficient ones can drastically reduce your energy costs  not to mention make your home more comfortable and reduce the wear and tear on your heating and air-conditioning systems.

Replacing a window in Connecticut averages around $750, which is higher than the national average. However, you could pay between $300 and $1,400 per window based on the factors below:

  • The company you choose for the project
  • Whether the window is on the first floor or an upper floor
  • The style of window you want
  • The size of the window
  • The overall energy efficiency of the window
  • The window brand

You can reduce your replacement costs by opting for pocket replacements, which will allow you to keep your existing frames if they’re in good condition. This has less of an impact on your energy efficiency than a full-frame replacement, but it’s more affordable, especially if you’re replacing all of your windows at once.

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