Windows Replacement in Massachusetts

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What You Need to Know About Windows in Massachusetts

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Most of Massachusetts is located in a humid subtropical climate, so homeowners in the Bay State experience warm summers and cold winters.1 For most residents, home heating systems are in constant use through the frigid winters, and air conditioners keep living areas cool and comfortable for most of the summer.

Although the average monthly energy consumption in Massachusetts is lower than the national average, the state ranks fourth in terms of cost per kilowatt-hour in the country.1,2 The high cost of energy means that maximizing home energy efficiency is crucial for keeping energy bills to a minimum, and since heat gain and loss through windows can represent up to 30% of your home’s energy used for heating and cooling, replacing aging or damaged windows is a great way to make your home more efficient.3

You can expect to pay around $800 per window you need to be replaced in Massachusetts, which is above the national average of $600. The typical cost range is between $400 and $1,400, with the specific price depending on the factors below:

  • How many windows do you need to be replaced
  • Type of window to be replaced
  • The frame and glass materials and quality
  • The brand of the window
  • The company that installs your windows
  • And more

The type of replacement you choose can also affect the price. A full-frame replacement is a better option for maximizing energy efficiency, but it’s also more costly. A pocket window replacement will still have a positive impact on your home’s efficiency, and it can save you a few hundred dollars per window, but your window frames will need to be in good shape to do this type of replacement.

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