Should I Replace All Windows at Once?
In most cases, all of a home’s windows are in about the same condition, as they’re likely the same age and experience the same daily exposure to the elements. If your home’s windows are past their prime and you’re considering a replacement project, you might be wondering if you should replace all of them at once or do a little at a time.
Here are some factors to consider while making this important decision:
This might be the most important issue when determining the total cost to replace all the windows in your home. Many window companies will give you their best installation price if you’re having five or more windows installed. If you do your project piecemeal, your total installation costs will likely end up higher.
You have to keep in mind that newly installed windows are going to look different than any older windows remaining on your home, so there might be a bit of a mismatch that can impact curb appeal.
If you split your window replacement project in half, there’s no guarantee that window prices will be the same when you’re ready to order your remaining windows. The only way to guarantee that you get the same deal is to replace all of the windows on your house at once.
Even if you might save by replacing all your windows at once, there are times when other factors outweigh the benefit. Window replacements can be expensive, and some homeowners prefer to wait until they’ve paid off their first window installation project before giving the go-ahead for the remaining windows. Additionally, you may only have a couple of windows that are broken or no longer operating properly while the rest of your windows are in good shape.
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