Costs for Getting Windows Installed in Your Home
Windows - Prices for window and glass replacement, repair, and refurbishment
The following table gives some example prices for repairing and replacing windows in your house. Examples include costs for installing double glazing and all manner of work on Sash windows
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Date Added: Monday 30th June 2008
"To supply & fit 2 x upstairs double glazed units (70 ins long x 40 ins wide) I was quoted prices from £770 - £1300. The builder I finally chose charged £900 for whole job."
Date Added: Saturday 15th March 2008
"We don't have as much info on windows as central heating but will look into it in the future. Ideally all prices pages should as you describe and ideally for different areas as well, but thats a way off still!"
Date Added: Tuesday 19th February 2008
"For Central Heating you have both an average price, and an upper and lower end price guide. You also state the date that the price was updated so we can see how up to date it is. Is it possible to add the same here at all as I'd find that really useful. Thanks"
Date Added: Wednesday 30th January 2008
"Thanks for the price guide. Do you know the price for Screenline windows, that are double glazed with blinds in the middle?"
Date Added: Thursday 13th December 2007
"We don't sell windows or in fact anything else for that matter. If you can get decent double glazed windows supplied and fitted for £85 each then good for you. "
Date Added: Wednesday 12th December 2007
"your prices are way more expensive that another company I found they only charge 85 pounds per job/window!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Date Added: Tuesday 11th December 2007
"That's OK. I'll get some flak for this but it's likely you can't get even a rough idea from the companies because they want their sales person to talk to you - which of course makes business sense to them. However, consumers also need an idea of the cost to understand whether they can consider having new windows put in - will they be £1k, £5k or £10k. Surely a company could give you a range of prices over the phone considering the large number of installs most of them are doing?"
Date Added: Monday 10th December 2007
"Thank you so much for this page, I have found it impossible to find anyone who will give me even a ball-park figure of a window will cost to replace without coming out and doing a full consultation!"