Windows Replacement in Washington
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Washington State homeowners use more energy per month than the national average, partially because of the climate.1 Although the proximity to the Pacific Ocean moderates temperatures, the winters still bring below-freezing average temperatures, and summer temperatures can reach into the 80s and 90s F.2 Windows lose a large portion of a home’s energy to the outside, so it’s crucial to maintain energy-efficient windows in an area like Washington.3
Replacing your windows in Washington can save you up to $366 every year in heating and cooling costs.4 Most windows last for at least 20 years, which means you’ll typically save more in energy over time than you’ll pay for new windows. In addition to savings on energy bills, you can expect these additional benefits when installing new windows in Washington:
- Increased comfort in your home
- Less wear and tear on heating and cooling equipment
- Less required maintenance for home systems
- Tax benefits for energy efficiency upgrades
- Increased property value
- Decreased contribution to carbon emissions
You can expect to pay around $600 per new window you install in Washington. Some factors that can bring your price per window up or down include the size of your windows, how many windows you plan to replace, the frame and glass materials you choose, and the location of your window in your home. The type of installation can affect the price as well, as partial (or “pocket”) replacements are more affordable than full-frame replacements, although they provide less benefit in terms of energy efficiency and can only be done if the existing window frame is in good shape.