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What is the Cost of Casement Windows?

If you are thinking about replacement windows, then you could consider casement windows as a stylish and practical choice for your home. But how much do Casement windows cost? Average costs start at $275 dollars depending on a number of factors.

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The average cost of a casement windows in the USA

Casement windows are great if you like to enjoy fresh air as they are designed to be opened and look equally stylish closed or open.

Taking averages across all the different states, it is possible to calculate a range of figures for different types of casement windows. These are presented as a base window cost with the added charges for labor and installation.

Type of Window Price per Window Installation Costs
Simonton Vinyl Casement Window $275 $400
Harvey Vinyl Casement Window $288 $415
Pella Vinyl Casement Window 350 Series $300 $425
Milgard Casement Wood Windows $375 $525
Ply Gem Casement Windows $385 $498
Andersen Casement Windows 100 Series $435 $550
Jeld Wen Wood Casement Window $435 $523

Checkout this video which reviews casement window types:

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What factors affect the cost of casement windows?

There are lots of different factors which can affect the cost of your new casement windows, here are some of them:-

  • The number of windows
  • The size of the windows
  • The brand or manufacturer
  • What the window is made from, wood, fiberglass, aluminum or vinyl
  • The type of glazing - self-clean, thermal regulation, tinted
  • Any remediation work that is required when the old windows are taken out
  • Disposal costs for trash
  • The size of company you use
  • Third party costs like scaffolding hire, necessary for windows on the first floor
  • Your zip code, installation costs vary region by region and city installations are usually more expensive than properties in rural areas

Why are casement windows different prices?

The lower end of the price spectrum usually reflects a cheaper frame and/or basic glazing with a minimum of features or add-ons. The higher priced windows will include options like security features, soundproofing or coating and insulated glass including double or triple glazing.

What is a casement window?

A casement window is a window that is hinged at the side on two separate window panes and will crank out to open. Double casement windows are popular as they open side by side for a nice open window view and look good both from the inside and outside of the house.

How to choose the best casement window for your home

There is an almost overwhelming choice of styles and glazing so start with the design that you think will best suit your property.

Next focus on the frame material. Consider care and maintenance. Wood is beautiful (and expensive) but requires regular maintenance to stay weatherproof and to continue to look its best. You might find that time limitations or weather conditions mean this is not the best choice of frame for your casement windows and there are other more durable and low maintenance options available. Check out that your choice of frame comes in the color that you want.

There are endless glazing choices depending upon your requirements and budget:-

  • Energy efficiency glazing is one of the most popular choices because it minimizes heat loss and manages thermal regulation. This glass is also called insulated glass and can be double or single glazed units. It will keep the room warm and draught free in the winter and cool in the summer lowering the carbon footprint for your home as well as your energy bills
  • Self-cleaning glass is perfect for homes which are prone to dirty windows, this could be because you live in an urban setting or a dry, dusty location in the countryside or perhaps because you have trees near to the house. Treated or coated to be hydrophobic or hydrophilic, this means the glass either attracts or repels water so this style of glazing can also be useful for homes located in areas with high rainfall
  • Tinted glass can help with privacy issues if you are overlooked by other houses or buildings
  • Switchable glass is often a component of Smart windows meaning the view can be controlled by the occupant to be semi-opaque or frosted through to completely transparent
  • Reflective glass is a similar concept to a one-way mirror and is designed to be reflective on one side and transparent on the other. Ideal for hot climates, reflective glass can be energy efficient and reduce the heating effect of windows on the interior of the house. However, it does produce significant glare which can make a building look visually unattractive and also cause disruption to neighbors so is not normally recommended for residential use
  • Soundproofing will minimize traffic sound and noise from adjacent buildings, commercial or residential

What are the advantages of casement windows?

Casement windows can bring a room to life, brighten dark spaces and add a level of style to both your interiors and the exterior of the property. This window design is popular because it offers a winning combination of affordability and energy efficiency plus a range of price points to suit all budgets and requirements.

Casement windows are available in a wide variety of materials and styles with a huge selection of different glazing so there is bound to be something which will suit your home.

Casement windows allow you to bring ventilation and fresh air into your home and are more effective than single or double hung windows. Choose which wall of your house will most benefit from casement windows depending upon the prevailing wind.

Using energy efficient glass will help with thermal insulation, preventing heat loss in the colder months and overheating in the summer. Energy efficient windows protect the environment as well as lower your utility bills.

Casement windows are one solid piece of glass instead of two so the only moving part is the hinge. This creates a more air-resistant barrier and better insulation than a regular double or single hung window. Casement windows are a great option for a householder who wants superior draught proofing but also wants to be able to open the windows fully when they choose.

Casement windows are super easy to clean particularly in awkward areas like over the kitchen or bathroom sink. Because they open fully, it is easy and safe to reach through from the inside of the house.

Disadvantages of casement windows

There are not many drawbacks, but most people find that adding stays or cranks to adjust the position is helpful. Many casement window designs come with this feature so you can decide how far you want the window to be open, just letting in a slight breeze on a cool or windy day or fully open in the height of summer.

Always choose a window design with a robust stay as insubstantial stays or cranks will mean the window could blow open completely on a windy day and become damaged if the fitting is not strong enough to secure it.

How to find a good installer for casement windows

Most window firms will offer casement windows as part of their range but a quick internet search will reveal an array of companies and options so it can be difficult to know where to start.

Ask around for a personal recommendation from friends, work colleagues or family. Social media can be another good source of suggestions, in a local community or neighborhood group but do bear in mind that some people will just promote their friends or family. However, if the name of a company comes up repeatedly then it is worth taking a look.

There are internet trader platforms which can take your details and match them with local window companies in your neighborhood. Some of these sites will have authentic reviews but others are little more than a paid advertising platform so thorough research is essential.

Always obtain three quotations so you can compare pricing and different firms. Estimates must always be based on an actual inspection and assessment of your home not on an online calculation using the number of windows, type and size as this will not be accurate. Here are some questions to ask each contractor:-

  • What type of casement windows would you recommend for my home?
  • What are the different types of glass available?
  • Bearing in mind climate, locale and budget, what is the best material for the windows?
  • Do the windows have built-in stays or cranks, so they are adjustable when open?
  • How much can I save on my heating and cooling bills?
  • Is the figure on the quotation fully inclusive or are there any other add-ons from third parties?
  • Is my project eligible for any local or federal window grants?
  • Are there any restrictions or permits required for the installation and if so, who applies for them?
  • What happens to the waste from the old windows when they are removed?
  • Is access to the site okay or is any clearance work required?
  • Are you fully insured and appropriately licensed?
  • What warranties do you offer for your work?
  • Are there any manufacturer guarantees on the frames and glass?
  • Can I see previous examples of your installations and talk to customers for a reference?

 Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get a grant to help with my casement window costs?

If you are aiming for eco-friendly products that improve thermal exchange and reduce emissions from your property, then there are a range of federal and local grants which may help towards the cost. Your local window installer should be able to advise you or do your own research online. Some grant schemes don’t include windows so read the small print carefully, there may also be other restrictions. Depending on the grant, some will pay the installer directly who deducts the benefit from the cost to you, but others will require you to meet the entire cost upfront and then claim it back.

Do casement windows have standard sizing?

Standard casement window sizes usually range from 1’8” to 2’8” wide and from 4’2” to 6’6” high. Most homeowners opt for a mid-range average sized casement window so that it is easy to swing open, with a medium size glass pane.

Are casement windows the best option for my home?

Casement windows are a very versatile option and work well for most properties including apartments and houses. The choice of material, styling and glazing mean you are very likely to find a design that perfectly suits the aesthetic of your home and your living style. Discuss this with your chosen installer and see whether he recommends another style of window for your home and the reasons why.

How much will energy efficient casement windows reduce my energy bills?

New insulated windows will lower your energy bills by anywhere from 30%-50% depending on the type of product you choose and how poor the performance of your previous windows is. Most energy loss in the home is through ill-fitting doors and windows so expect a good reduction in your heating bills. A well-insulated home with low energy costs will always be attractive to purchasers when you go to market.

Will casement windows improve the value of my home?

The average ROI is 85% meaning if you spend $10,000 on your new casement windows then the uplift on your property value will be $8,500. New windows are enticing to purchasers as they create a good first impression, a clean aesthetic, are eco-friendly and can also support low energy costs.

The casement windows I want are over my budget, what can I do?

Work with your contractor to see if there is a way of lowering costs without compromising on design aesthetic or quality. There may be grants available which can help defray some of the price although some grants are only payable if you front the whole cost yourself so post installation. Another method of keeping costs down is to replace the windows one wall at a time on a planned project. Many window companies have third party partnerships with finance companies so you could part fund the cost and spread the rest over a finance plan subject to eligibility and status.