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All You Need To
Know About Windows Replacement

New windows brighten your home and eliminate drafts so your heating and cooling systems doesn’t have to work so hard. New windows protect against rain, wind, and even ultraviolet radiation. RateMyWindows is your source for replacement windows that fit your style and budget.

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The Rate My Windows 

Rate My Windows takes thew hassle and uncertainty out of replacing your home’s windows. Our free service lets you request quotes and hire a contractor quickly and conveniently, with the peace of mind that comes with knowing your window installer has been fully vetted by Rate My Windows. We evaluate window contractors in your area to ensure they deliver quality workmanship and fair value. Only those that meet our rigorous standards receive a Rate My Windows endorsement. The contractors you find on our site have build stellar reputations for customer service, professional conduct, and trade expertise.


Window replacement cost will vary based on a number of factors. Size, shape, function, and features, all bear on the material cost and the amount of labor required to frame and install your new windows. Small, double-pane windows may be replaced for a couple hundred dollars, while large, thermal-paned bay window may cost $1,000 or more.

But cost is not the only variable to consider. Tell us about the windows you want to replace, and Rate My Windows will match your needs to the strengths of several contractors in your town or county. Check out their portfolios, customer reviews, availability, and, of course, prices, and schedule appointments. Compare estimates and pick the installation partner that best meets your needs.


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Cost vs. Value

Replacing your home’s windows will cost a pretty penny. The good news is that quality products and professional installation will create value in two important ways. First new windows will fit perfectly in their spaces, with tight seals and energy-saving features that will reduce your heating and cooling bills. They will protect your family from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays while allowing more healthy, natural light to stream through, reducing your dependence on fossil fuel-powered electricity.

New windows throughout your home also will dramatically improve its appearance. Your family will be happier; your guests will be impressed; your neighbors will be envious. This aesthetic and practical upgrade also will pay off down the line when it comes time to sell your house. According to Motley Fool, the typical windows replacement project costing from $17,641to $21,494 will add $12,761 to 14,804 to your home’s resale value. That 70 percent return on investment (in addition to the energy savings) is nearly as lucrative as adding a deck or remodeling your kitchen.

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