Windows Replacement in Vermont

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Vermont homeowners get to enjoy moderate summers that average in the 70s (Fahrenheit) and rarely call for air-conditioning. However, the state also experiences excessively cold weather in the winter, with temperatures below 40 degrees expected for around seven months of the year.1 With electricity costs averaging around 19.80 cents per kilowatt-hour — the ninth highest in the country and well in excess of the national average — and Vermont being the greenest state in the nation, maintaining a high degree of home efficiency is paramount in the Green Mountain State.2,3

Heat transfer through windows is responsible for a massive amount of energy loss in homes especially in cases where windows are old or damaged.4 Upgrading to energy-efficient windows is a quick way to maximize your home’s efficiency. You’ll also enjoy these benefits when you upgrade your windows:

  • Lower energy bills
  • More comfortable living space
  • Less strain on your heating system
  • Less maintenance is required for your heating system
  • Reduced contribution to global warming and pollution
  • Increased home value
  • Improved curb appeal

Replacing just one window in Vermont will cost around $550 on average. Your per-window cost will tend to be lower if:

  • You replace multiple windows at once
  • You choose a more affordable frame material
  • You opt for double-pane glass over triple-pane glass
  • You avoid glass coatings
  • You choose a pocket replacement over a full-frame replacement
  • You choose an affordable but energy-efficient window brand

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