Are you considering installing new windows in your home? Then you may have a few questions about your upcoming project. We’re here to help. If you’re curious about what’s in store for your window installation we have all the answers you’ll need. Find the answers to our most frequently asked questions below, and feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions that we’ve left unanswered!
If you’re replacing the windows in your whole home, or if you’re building a new home and need to have windows installed, your project will likely cost between $3,000 and $7,000. That said, your costs can vary largely depending on how many windows you have, the size of those windows, and the types of windows that you’d like to install (e.g. double-pane windows, high efficiency windows, etc.).
Individual windows tend to cost between $300 and $700 per window, again depending on the size and type of window at hand.
Since we’ll have to measure and order the windows for your home, it will likely take between four and eight weeks to obtain and install your new windows. If you’d like an estimate of the timeline for your particular project, don’t hesitate to give us a call — we can give you a rundown of your window installation schedule, and we can provide you with a free estimate for your upcoming project.
New windows provide a litany of benefits for homeowners. First of all, you’ll enjoy lower energy costs if you’re upgrading your windows to a set that is more efficient. We can install windows with a higher R-value, which means that your home will have less heat loss in the winter, and less heat gain in the summer.
In addition, newer windows will improve your home value. If you should ever opt to put your home on the market, you’ll recoup much of the value of the cost of your windows, whether you’re upgrading your home’s windows, or installing windows in your new-construction home.
A set of new windows will also improve the security of your home, especially if your current window are outdated. Modern windows are designed to resist break-ins, and they can easily be outfitted with a security system to further protect your home from intruders.
You may also have windows that are currently damaged. If you have a cracked window, a window with a ding, or a window that has shattered completely, we can replace your window as quickly as possible so that your home will remain safe and cozy.
Finally, you’ll reduce the noise that enters your home with modern windows. Modern windows are more insulated and feature multiple panes, which deaden noise that would otherwise pour into your home.
If you have older windows, you may be unsure whether or not you need to have them replaced. Here are a few indications that it’s time for a new set:
Your windows don’t open and close easily.
Your windows require constant maintenance.
You have a high energy bill due to inefficient windows.
Your windows are unsecure or won’t lock.
You still have single-pane windows in your home.
You have windows that expose your belongings to UV rays.
You have windows that are difficult to clean.
You can feel air drafting in from your windows.
Your windows are cold to the touch, or they fog up easily.
You have windows with visible damage, including cracks, dings, and scratches.
You can learn more about these common signs that your windows ought to be replaced on our new window installation page.
If you’re looking for a window installation company here in Denver, you can’t go wrong with Airtight Exteriors. We’re proud to provide expert installation services, as we’ve been doing for 20 years. Plus, we offer siding installation services on top of our window installation services, so that you can renovate or finish your home all in one fell swoop. If you have any additional questions for us, or if you’d like to get a free quote for your upcoming project, feel free to reach out to us. We’d be happy to answer your questions and to get you started!
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