How much does it cost to replace a window?
The window replacement costs in this article are correct as of 2022
If your windows are draughty and cold, or condensation appears between the panes of your double glazing, it might time to reconsider replacing your windows. If you are looking at this, this guide will help you understand typical window replacement costs
uPCV window replacement costs
Small uPVC double-glazed windows can cost as little as £200 for a simple casement window, while prices for replacing larger windows, as found in living rooms or bedrooms, will cost between £400 and £600. To calculate the cost of windows for an entire home depends on the number and size of windows being replaced, but for an average three-bedroom semi-detached home, the cost may vary from around £2,500 to over £6,000.
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Wooden window replacement costs
Wooden or timber windows will usually be more expensive, with an entry point of around £800 for a small, softwood window. A hardwood window would be more than a £1,000. Larger sash windows will cost between £1,500 for softwoods and more than £2,000 for hardwoods. Larger windows can cost upwards of £4,000 depending on the wood chosen. Altogether, replacing the windows in a house can cost around £10,000 with cheaper woods, and around £15,000 for hardwoods, though this will vary based on a number of factors.
MyBuilder top tip
It is always worth shopping around when looking at replacing your windows. Large, national companies will often run promotions that seem to offer good value, but it is always worth speaking with smaller, local tradespeople to see what they can offer.