Windows Replacement in Delaware
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Delaware residents enjoy warm summer days averaging in the high 70s to mid-80s and somewhat moderate winters, with temperatures dipping down to around freezing in some cases.1 Your home’s windows are a major part of the overall energy efficiency of your house, as they’re the first line of defense when it comes to maintaining a comfortable interior temperature.
Unfortunately, temperature fluctuations from season to season can cause seals and weatherstripping in and around your windows to crack and fail, leaving you with windows that lose warm air in the winter and cool air in the summer. Not only does this mean your home wastes resources, but it also means your energy bills are unnecessarily high and your living space is likely less comfortable than it could be.
Replacing a single window in Delaware typically costs between $200 and $1,200, with an average cost of $600. This might seem high, but new, energy-efficient windows in Delaware tend to pay for themselves and continue to save you money over time — up to $366 per year for Delaware residents according to Energy Star.2
Ultimately, the cost to replace your windows will depend on the factors below:
- How many windows you’re replacing
- Type of window to be replaced
- The size of the window
- The glass type (single-, double-, or triple-pane)
- Glass coatings
- The frame material
- The installation company you choose
- The window brand
You can also choose between pocket replacement — which lets you save on frame material — and a full-frame replacement — which is more costly up-front but tends to save more in the long run. However, if your window frames are not in good condition, the entire window will need to be replaced.