A standard-sized double-hung window will cost around $500 to $2000 per window including materials and labor but can go up depending on the window brand, material, and features you choose.
Double-hung windows are one of the most common window types to be replaced in a home, but shopping for these windows can be extremely complicated. It’s important to consult a professional window contractor to ensure you’re getting the right replacement windows for your home.
|Average cost of double-hung windows|
Options for Replacement Double-Hung Windows
Unified has been replacing and repairing windows for more than 30 years, and windows remain our top-selling product with a lifetime warranty on labor and materials.
All of our windows are custom-made to fit the unique opening in your home, ensuring windows function properly and there is no air leakage into (or out of) your home.
We are a preferred window contractor for all our manufacturers, including leading brands like Andersen, Pella, and Ideal.
Cost by Materials
The cost for new windows will vary depending on the different window frame materials you choose. Our double-hung window frames are available in wood, vinyl, and composite materials.
Wood windows offer a natural beauty that gives your home a traditional appearance. They offer the best insulative value, but also require more regular maintenance than the other options. A well-built wood window will stand the test of time. Exquisitely detailed wood windows, like the Pella 250 Series, are more expensive than most, but they’ll increase the value of your home and transform the exterior.
How much are vinyl double-hung windows?
A standard-sized double-hung window made of vinyl will cost around $400 to $1,200 per window including materials and labor depending on the window brand, material, and features. Vinyl windows have greatly improved in quality and durability over the last 10+ years. Often a less expensive material, but it doesn’t mean it has to be “cheap.” A well-constructed, properly installed vinyl window can be a practical choice. We have partnered with Ideal Windows, the No. 1 vinyl window in the industry, since 1989 and we’re proud to be a certified dealer.
How much are aluminum double-hung windows?
A standard-sized double-hung window made of aluminum will cost around $800 to $1,600 per window including materials and labor depending on the window brand, material, and features. Aluminum windows are durable, lightweight, affordable, available in a variety of styles, and energy efficient, making them a great choice for any home.
How much are composite double-hung windows?
A standard-sized double-hung window made of composite materials will cost around $700 to $1,500 per window including materials and labor depending on the window brand, material, and features you choose. Composite windows are made from a combination of wood, fiberglass, and vinyl. Get the best of both worlds: a low-maintenance exterior that encases a more efficient mix of wood and fiberglass interior. We offer Andersen 100 series Fibrex windows.
|Average cost of double-hung windows made of|
|vinyl ranges from||$400||$1,200|
|aluminum ranges from||$800||$1,600|
|composite materials range from||$700||$1,500|
We are a preferred window contractor for some of the top-rated window brands, including Ideal, Andersen, and Pella. Here is a breakdown of the average prices for the best double-hung windows by brand.
Note these prices are just an average depending on what you order or need the cost could be more or less.
|Brand||Price Per Window|
|Andersen 100 Series||$700-$1800|
|Andersen 200 Series||$800-$2000|
|Andersen 400 Series||$1400-$2500|
|Pella 250 Series||$700-$1800|
Window grids once served a crucial purpose—they held together multi-paned windows. This made it possible to ship windows further without fear of breaking the glass.
Today, window grids are largely decorative, so the decision to go with (or without) grids is largely about aesthetics. Grids can come contoured, flat, or in between the glass panels as options. You can choose from many styles and colors.
A key component of any window is its glass—and the right glass, optimized for Long Island’s unique climate, can help reduce the heating and cooling costs by slowing thermal transfer.
Dual-pane or triple-pane glass is notably more efficient than single-pane glass. You will notice the difference, especially during the harsh Long Island winter climate. Laminated, tempered, tinted, and obscure insulating glass can also provide the UV protection needed to keep your home more energy efficient.
You likely won’t need to look much further than the window’s glass to determine the unit’s efficiency, as all windows in the Energy Star program will have a sticker on them with a rating from the National Fenestration Rating Council.
Double-hung windows vary in height and width. They usually range between 36-76 inches in height and 20-46 inches in width. They are the most common window type and are often found in bedrooms, kitchens, hallways, and most other rooms in your home.
Contact us at (888) 631-2131 or visit www.unifiedhomeremodeling.com for a free estimate. Our professionals will help you build a replacement window package that maximizes style, energy efficiency, and performance specifically to fit your lifestyle.
All purchases with Unified are finalized with an expert installation and a lifetime of peace and happiness.