At Pella Windows and Doors, we recommend having an in-home consultation so we can help you find the right replacement windows to
fit your home, your needs and your budget. Because there
are a lot of factors that affect
the cost of replacement windows, we’ve put together
these five factors for you to consider when you begin your search for
These five factors aren’t the only considerations when determining the cost of your replacement windows, but they can help you
start thinking about what
everything will cost so you can properly budget for them. If you want to know more about these factors or any others that we deal with in
Lethbridge, stop by Pella Windows and Doors’ local showroom to see what will
work best for your home and your budget. Call
us at 403-328-2517 or schedule an appointment online as well.
- Project size. As you know, replacing just one window versus
an entire room, or even a whole house plays a significant role
in the final cost. Replacement windows can have
different benefits for different rooms in your home too, so consider prioritizing areas that
may see increased exposure.
- Material. No matter if it is vinyl, fiberglass or wood windows, Pella® offers a variety
of products that can help you meet your needs.
Each material has its own benefits, but
also comes with its own cost. Feel free to stop by the Lethbridge showroom to get a closer
look at your options.
- Features and options. If you want to add features to your new replacement
windows, they can alter your project cost, so keep that in
mind as you’re perusing the options.
- Style. You and your home have your own one-of-a-kind
style, and windows should reflect that. That’s why we offer
so many different window styles to choose from. Find the best match for your home’s
style and your budget.
- Installation. It’s
easy to assume that installation for your replacement windows is an easy task as a homeowner, but many homeowners
quickly realize how valuable expert installation is when
it comes to installing replacement windows. Keep this in mind when factoring the cost of your