Whether it's to increase security, increase energy efficiency or improve the aesthetics of your building, new windows are a worthwhile investment. They don't have to be too costly either, if you use our free quote service you can find and compare local window specialists and save money.
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Nothing will add more beauty to your home while also increasing your energy efficiency more than new windows. If your windows have rotting sills, broken panes of glass, or allow lots of air to leak through them, it's time for an upgrade. New windows can often pay for themselves in only a short while - see for yourself how much money you could save by obtaining free quotes from the contractors in our network.► Click For New Window Quotes ◄
If you have an older home or are converting a garage into living quarters, you should seriously consider new windows. Not only will they make your space more comfortable inside, but they'll also make it more attractive outside. What's more, you'll be able to significantly reduce the maintenance that's required, thereby leaving you more time to do the things you enjoy doing. If saving time and money isn't enough to convince you, maybe the fact that they are safer and easier to secure will help sway your decision.
Average new window costs will vary based upon the number of windows you are replacing and the size of each one. Replacement windows tend to come in standard sizes, so unusual sized windows will need to be specially made, which in turn will drive up the cost. Another thing that adds to the cost is the number of panes. Double or triple-paned windows cost more, but will also provide you with greater energy efficiency as well.
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Q. How much does it cost to install new windows?
A. The price to install new windows will depend on a number of factors. The size, whether they are single or double glazed, and the type. For instance, there are traditional wooden framed windows, box and spiral sash windows, casement windows, and uPVC windows. On average though, you can expect to pay between £300 and £600 per window. The best way to ascertain cost is to speak to one of the window installation experts in our network.
Q. Should I have custom windows made if I have standard-sized window openings?
A. Yes, you could still benefit from having custom windows designed because you can ensure an exact fit. As such, you will never be stuck with a window you cannot use. Having custom windows fitted for your home is more affordable than you think. See for yourself by comparing free estimates from the contractors in our extended network.
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15 Dec Doors: Porch door needed. Would like it to match our existing exterior doors with an oak-effect uPVC material. Non-standard door sizes so would need to consider a one-off door. Best prices for the door please.
15 Dec Doors: Three doors needed for our home. Front, back and rear of garage. We would like to replace our dated wooden doors with newer plastic double-glazed doors. Nothing too fancy, please provide your best quotes.
15 Dec Repairs: Repairs needed to the sills of our traditional wooden windows. We have 12 windows in total. The windows themselves seem fine, but the sills have rotted badly presumably due to poor quality wood.
15 Dec Windows: Downstairs double-glazed windows needed for our house, including a large bay window. Would like to see options available beforehand and would consider a wood-effect upvc finish if available.