Windows Replacement in Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania falls mostly into a humid continental climate zone, characterized by hot summers and cold winters.1 In the summer, residents spend energy cooling their homes, and in the winter, even more, energy is spent keeping warm. Because their electricity costs are higher than the national average, Pennsylvania homeowners have a high awareness of the energy they use and their home’s overall energy efficiency.2

Some homeowners don’t realize that windows are one of the least energy-efficient parts of the home, with heat gain and loss through inefficient windows representing up to 30% of home heating and cooling energy use.3 Simply replacing windows can drastically increase your home’s efficiency. Although window replacement is expensive, Energy Star estimates that Pennsylvanians can save up to $366 on their annual heating and cooling costs once the replacement is completed.4

Replacing a single window in Pennsylvania averages around $750, which is above the national average. The price fluctuates between $300 and $1,400 in most cases, with the cost factors below playing a role in the total:

  • The number of windows you’re replacing
  • The size and style of the windows you need
  • The quality and energy efficiency of the windows
  • The installer you hire to complete the work
  • The window brand
  • Where in your home the window is being installed

The method of replacement also matters, as a pocket replacement — which doesn’t replace the frame material — is more affordable but has less of an impact on your home’s efficiency. A full-frame replacement is more costly up-front but tends to save you more on energy bills in the long run.

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