Current OffersWe offer several financing options for replacement windows and doors
Provide coupon at time of estimate. Restrictions may apply. Offer expires 7/31/2020.
*Loans provided by EnerBank USA, Member FDIC, (1245 Brickyard Rd., Suite 600, Salt Lake City, UT 84106) on approved credit, for a limited time. Repayment terms vary from 24 to 132 months. Interest waived if repaid in 365 days. 17.99% fixed APR, effective as of March 1, 2020, subject to change. Interest starts accruing when the loan closes.
Window Replacement Financing Plans
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*Note: Depending on the type of windows or doors you choose, a full house replacement can have a fairly wide price range. As a general rule of thumb, an average house of replacement vinyl windows will cost anywhere from $12,000 to $18,000 to replace.
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) Energy Efficient Windows Rebate
Another Way to Save Big!
You can save $50 per window up to $750 by upgrading your single pane windows to energy efficient windows with a .30 u-factor or less.
What is the most efficient window?
People could always have an opinion on which window is the most efficient. You will want to find the window with the highest R-value. Typical EnergyStar-qualified windows have an R-value of 3, and the highest available is 5.
Is it worth getting new windows?
You can expect to recoup 70% to 80% of your costs, but there is also the added benefit of energy efficiency. If you spend $100 to replace a window, you can expect up to $80 in increased home value plus the efficiency savings.
What is the average cost to replace windows?
For an existing and structurally sound frame, the average cost to replace a window in the US is between $300 and $700 windows. – Home Advisor
How much can I save by replacing my windows?
According to the EPA, the average household will save $126 to $465 per year if replacing single pane windows EnergyStar-qualified replacement, and $11 to 27 per year if you replace double-pane windows with EnergyStar-qualified replacements. – The Spruce