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Vinyl Window Replacement Prices
Vinyl windows are a relatively new type of window. They were invented in the 50s and were not very popular in that decade or the 60s. They used to be considered an inferior material. They have become much more popular in the last few decades do to the improvements manufacturers have made in their construction. Now, they are leading the market in window sales due to their high energy efficiency, affordability, and ease of operation.
New Vinyl window costs
You may find cheap vinyl windows for $135 to $200 per window. Shop and compare cheap vinyl windows. For good, quality vinyl it will cost $500 to $800 per window. You can pay up to $1,000 for the highest quality windows. However, for most homes the midrange option will do nicely. For the average American home with 1,600 to 2, 400 square feet of interior space it will cost between $10,000 to $15,000 to replace all of the windows with new vinyl windows.
Things to consider
- You may easily clean vinyl windows. Vinyl windows are made to unfold from their frame allowing easy access for cleaning. Getting access to second and third story windows has been a problem for many people over the years. It used to take tall ladders or hiring a window cleaning service to clean the high level exterior window panes. That’s not a problem with vinyl windows.
- Vinyl windows are less expensive, and sometimes, less desirable in certain neighborhoods. Be sure to research comparable properties in your area to find out what type of windows others have. You don’t want to be the odd man out when it’s time to asses a property value with a real estate appraisal.
- You may receive up to a $1,500 tax credit for replacement windows if you purchase new replacement windows. You must replace a lot of windows to receive the full tax credit. Also, the windows must be of a good quality to meet the requirements of energy cost savings. It will behoove you to buy high rated windows, anyway. High energy star rated vinyl windows can save hundreds on heating and cooling costs over the years.
- For a full look at receiving a tax credit on your windows you may reference this article on receiving a tax credit for new windows.