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Time for New Windows? What You Need to Know about Replacement Costs

Bromsgrove Editorial 27th Oct, 2023   0

Your windows probably don’t cross your mind all that often. But, of course, you use them on a daily basis. They serve a functional purpose, but also an aesthetic one, so the state of your windows can say more about your home than you think.

To get the best of both worlds in terms of functionality and aesthetic appeal, choosing modern, sleek, and high-quality windows should be on your list of home improvement projects. If your windows are due for an upgrade one of the main things you are most likely asking yourself is: “how much do new windows cost?”

Well, in this article you can learn more about the prices of windows in the UK today. You can also find out what window options are available and start getting an idea of which one is most suitable for your home.

How much do new windows cost?

Currently, the estimated windows replacement cost in the UK ranges anywhere from £750 to £17,000 for a home requiring 4-5 windows. The more windows you need, the higher the costs of your installation.




At the same time, the total price of your new windows will depend on several different factors, such as the frame material you choose, the window style you opt for, as well as the labour costs involved in fitting your new windows.

Clearly, upgrading your windows will constitute a significant investment, especially if you require a large number of new windows. Nevertheless, you should consider the long-term benefits of this home improvement project. Replacing your windows can increase the overall comfort, security, and energy efficiency of your home, to name but a few of the advantages.


To help you get a better indication of how much different windows cost, we provide you with an overview of some of the options available on the market. We list some of the styles and frame materials you can select to increase the efficiency and appearance of your home.

Which windows can I choose?

When it comes to picking your new windows, you are definitely not starved for choice. All you need to do is figure out which window style best suits your home.

Do you value the practicality of a casement window, or do you want a stylish option like sash or French windows? And do you want a classic white frame colour, a sleek shade of grey, or a unique green colour? These are some of the questions you will want to ask yourself when choosing your new windows.

As we have mentioned, the window style will affect the total cost of your window replacement. So, you will also want to consider your financial situation alongside your aesthetic preferences.

To get you started, you can find the estimated average cost of the different window styles made with aluminium frames below:

It is important to note that these figures do not include installation costs. Those will vary depending on the size of the installation you require, as well as on the accessibility of the installation site. The more windows you need, the longer it will take to have them fitted. Hence, you will be paying more for installation services.

What else do I need to consider?

We cannot stress enough that thinking about the appearance of your new windows must go hand in hand with your considerations of the quality and efficiency of the windows you choose. These are the factors that will ultimately affect the longevity of your windows.

So, to make the most of your investment, you will want to take your time to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of different frame materials, of the glazing types available, and of the kind of installation services you opt for.

When it comes to materials, you can choose between uPVC, aluminium, and timber. The first is the cheapest option, whereas the latter is the priciest choice. Aluminium frames are the middle ground between the other two when it comes to costs. All materials have their pros and cons, which you should look into carefully before deciding between them.

As far as glazing is concerned, double glazing is the most popular option amongst UK homeowners. Triple glazing is also an option, albeit a pricier one. Both will increase the overall comfort of your home. They have insulating properties, allowing for increased energy efficiency and noise reduction.

Finally, one of the most important factors you must consider for your home improvement project is the installer you choose to work with. Each installation company has their own fees for the services they offer. To find the best deal for your home, you will want to compare installers and pick a reputable installer with reasonable prices for their work.

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