Estimating the cost of a window replacement project depends on several factors, including window size, glass type, color, grid pattern and decor. Rates will also vary according to the region in which you live. Read below for window installation cost estimates.
• Awning: $900 - $1,500
• Bay: $2,900 - $4,400
• Casement: $800 - $1,400
• Double hung: $800 - $1,300
• Shaped: $1,000 - $1,600
• Single hung: $900 - $1,400
• Sliding: $800 - $1,200
Vinyl windows are a cost-effective option that look attractive and perform well. These windows also help conserve energy, making them a practical addition to any home.
Available in a variety of colors and shapes, vinyl windows offer numerous customization possibilities.
• Awning: $1,400 - $2,300
• Bay: $5,200 - $7,900
• Casement: $1,200 - $2,000
• Double hung: $1,000 - $1,600
Timeless and sophisticated, wood windows are the classic choice. They offer superior insulation and are available in various colors and stains.
Natural wood is extremely durable; when sealed properly, is resistant to cracks and warping.
Awning: Awning windows open outward from a top hinge using a crank. These windows are a common choice in regions that experience excess rainfall since their slant offers excellent weather protection without compromising light or ventilation.
Bay: An elegant ode to Victorian times, modern bay windows have a large central window and two angled side windows. These offer decorative appeal and are excellent at bringing natural light into the home.
Casement: A close relative of the awning window, casement windows have a side hinge that allows them to open outward using a crank. Since these windows can be fully opened, they offer optimal ventilation inside the home.
Double hung: Both sashes in double hung windows can tilt outward and move up and down, making for great ventilation and simple cleaning. This also makes it easier to install in-window air conditioning units. They are extremely versatile and a favored choice for many homes.
Single hung: Single hung windows are similar to double hung, but only the bottom sash can be moved.
Shaped: Popular shaped windows include circles, ovals, octagons, crescents and cathedrals. The structural possibilities are endless and add visual intrigue to the home.
Sliding: Unlike traditional windows, sliding windows extend horizontally. These windows are easy to slide open and they’re often considered more durable than other models since they don’t rely on pulleys and springs to function.
Review our buying guide for more information on window types and help deciding which are right for your home.
Homeowners enjoy an array of benefits when they replace windows with new energy-efficient models from The Home Depot. Our customers receive a double lifetime warranty, plus a lifetime accidental glass breakage and craftsmanship warranty on select windows.
By purchasing your windows through our Home Services program, you’re guaranteed expert installation by a local, licensed and insured professional who has undergone a thorough background check. Contact us today at 1-800-HOME-DEPOT for a free in-home consultation. Make sure to ask about our flexible financing options like project loans and specialized credit cards.