Changing the windows in a property still remains one of the most popular home improvements in the UK and nowadays, there is good reason to do so.
Increased energy costs & increased house prices being 2 good reasons – 1st is to save money on ever increasing costs of heating your home and the second can make that house move uneconomical – better to improve the place you are at than to spend fortune moving.
Moat often you will see that properties are fitted with casement replacement windows and a lot of those will be manufactured from UPVC.
How much do UPVC windows cost to buy?
It’s all going to depend on how many you buy at the same time, the size of the windows and who you buy them from.
- A single window cost more “per window” than if you are replacing several at the same time – you get a sort of bulk discount built in.
- Obviously a large window will cost more than a small window.
- Some regional & National companies are known for having higher prices than your local installer offers.
But in general you can expect to pay see the following prices for UPVC windows in the market:
Window Size in MM Frame Material Price Guide
- 600 x 900 uPVC Around £200
- 1200 x 1200 uPVC Around £300
- 940 x 1600 uPVC Around £450
- Semi-detached 3 bed house uPVC £4,500 to £7,500
Not all installers offer the same prices, some may be running a special offer, or are short of orders at the time you want to buy.
It’s also recommended that you work with a company that is a member of a trade body such as The Glass & Glazing Federation (GGF), FENSA or CERTASS.
Members of these trade bodies are pre-vetted for competence and can deal with certification of your windows under the building regulation.