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Commercial Window Replacement Cost

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Commercial Window Replacement Cost

“How much is it going to cost me to have commercial window replacement?”

One of the questions we hear very frequently here at The Glass Experts is, “How much is it going to cost me to have commercial window replacement?” The answer to this is a very big It Depends. Energy efficient commercial windows by themselves can cost several hundred dollars at the bottom line. Of course, the more you spend on your energy saving windows, the more you can expect to save on electricity bills in the long term. Let’s look at a few of the factors that affect the cost of replacing your commercial windows.

  • The model of window you choose: Different window models with different energy saving functions have different price points. A big reason for this is the cost of the materials that go into the window. For example, a window with a protective coating that includes a very rare component is likely to have a higher price point than a window with many ostentatious gadgets which were all fairly simple and cheap to make. This is one of the reasons why we recommend that you look at our different energy saving options and then give us a call to discuss your business’s specific needs.

  • The size of the window: Big windows cost more than little windows. This is a basic concept. And one thing that many commercial buildings have in common is that they often have enormous windows. This is going to affect how much it costs you to replace your commercial windows, and is definitely information we will ask for when you call us for a free quote.

  • The amount of work needed: It’s not just the window that costs money; it’s also the labor that our installment experts will have to put in to get your old windows out and your new windows in. If there are any repairs that need to be done, such as from rotten wood or termite damage, this will need to be taken care of before we can put the new windows in, or else you will have bigger problems in the future. The best way to avoid unpleasant surprises is to give your windows a quick inspection to check for any apparent damage, and to include this information as well when you call us for your free evaluation!