Factors to Consider When Creating Your Window Budget

When it’s time to invest in window replacement, you’ll need to start by creating a budget. Today, Renewal by Andersen® walks you through the steps of creating a realistic budget that will help you achieve your window replacement goals.

Determining Your Budget

Start by looking at the big picture: how much money total can you afford to spend or do you want to spend on this? Window replacement units are available at many different price points depending on your priorities.

We recommend discussing what your needs and preferences are with a trusted window contractor. Whether you want casement, double-hung or gliding windows, they’ll be happy to go over all the options and discuss the budget with you so you can make an informed decision.

Important Costs to Consider

These are the two factors that will have the biggest impact on your window replacement budget:

  • Materials – In addition to the windows themselves, these include items such as screws, nails, tools, insulation, and any extra materials to help with the trim. Your window installer should be happy to discuss all materials with you in detail so you’ll have a better understanding of how to budget for this part of the project.
  • Labor – In addition to the time spent installing the windows, tour labor costs will typically include the time needed for the installation team to get on-site and make the preparations before installing your windows. This is to ensure that the installation process is done effectively and efficiently.

If you’re planning to install gliding or double hung windows while on a budget, it helps to work with reputable contractors such as Renewal by Andersen. Call us at (206) 775-7533 or by filling out our convenient online contact form. We serve our customers in Bellevue and the surrounding areas!

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