Windows Replacement in Kentucky

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What You Need to Know About Windows in Kentucky

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Kentucky homeowners use significantly more energy each month than homeowners in most other states, with an average consumption of nearly 125% of the national average.1 This is, in part, due to the high demand for air-conditioning in the summer and heat in the winter because of the state’s humid subtropical climate.2 Up to 30% of your home’s energy consumption for heating and cooling is represented by heat gain and loss through windows, making window replacement a crucial part of boosting your home’s energy efficiency.3

Most homeowners in Kentucky pay around $500 per new window installed, which is below the national average of $600. The total to replace all of the windows in your home will often reach into the thousands, but you’re very likely to save even more. The average Kentucky homeowner can save up to $236 a year in heating and cooling costs with new windows, and most windows last 20-plus years.4 You can estimate your total by considering the factors below, all of which can bring your price above or below the $500 window replacement figure:

  • The size of your windows
  • How many windows do you need to be installed
  • Glass type
  • Frame material
  • Glass coatings
  • The installer you choose
  • The brand you choose

You’ll also need to choose between a full-frame replacement — which includes new frame materials to maximize the bump to energy efficiency — and a pocket window replacement — which is more affordable because it doesn’t include frame replacement but also provides a smaller energy efficiency improvement. In order to do a pocket replacement, your window frames will need to be in good condition.

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