Windows Replacement in Oregon

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Oregon homeowners enjoy moderately warm summers with temperatures averaging in the 70s, so relatively little energy is spent in the summer months on cooling. The winters, however, are long and cold, with temperatures averaging below freezing for about three months and below 50 degrees F for about six months of the year.1 It’s during these cold months that your home’s windows will really be put to the test. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heat gain and loss through inefficient windows are responsible for 25 to 30% of a home’s energy usage for heating and cooling.2

Replacing windows in your home is one of the easiest and fastest ways to increase your home’s energy efficiency. Not only will your home become more efficient, but you’ll also enjoy these benefits:

  • More comfortable home environment
  • Increased home value
  • Improved curb appeal
  • Lower energy bills
  • Decreased contribution to carbon emissions
  • Less frequent home heating and cooling system maintenance and replacement 

Each window you replace in Oregon will cost you between $200 and $1,200 in most cases, with an average of around $600. Your specific cost will depend on several factors, including the frame materials and glass quality you choose, the installer you hire, the brand of windows you buy, the number of windows you’re replacing, and more. While window replacement will typically reach into the thousands of dollars if you’re upgrading all windows in your home, you can expect around $366 in savings per year on your heating and cooling costs from the upgrade in Oregon, according to Energy Star.3 Over time, window replacement is expected to pay for itself and continue to save you money on energy thereafter.