When you’re looking to upgrade your windows, it’s important to understand the costs. Even though you’re hiring a professional to get the job done for you, it is also important to know that they may incur some otherwise avoidable costs for you during the window installation process. In this video, Jim explains how Market Home Remodeling helps its customers cut down costs on window installation by installing from the outside rather than the inside.
The cost of new windows can vary depending on the size and materials used. On average, wood-framed windows cost $714 to $3,066 for the average homeowner; vinyl and aluminum are also priced similarly at about $750-$2,400 respectively.
The window installation method you opt for and the installation company that you hire can go a long way in influencing the amount that you’d spend eventually on your next installation project.
This is why it is important to carry out research before hiring a company for a new window install. Find out what their installation techniques look like, how they can help you reduce costs, and finally, what the overall review looks like. It’s even better if they offer free estimates for how much your new window install would cost like the one described in the video.