Homeowners who only need to replace one or two windows may eventually decide to replace all of them. Ultimately, it comes down to your needs and budgetary constraints. However, it can actually save you money in the long run if you replace every window at once.
Some window installers provide a bulk discount if you replace multiple windows at the same time. Another benefit is that you will maintain visual consistency and integrity. It doesn’t do the curb appeal any favors if you have mismatched windows.
Of course, not every homeowner can replace all the windows at once. If this is the case, then we suggest making replacements based on priority. If, for example, you have a living room window that’s not opening and closing properly, then replace that window and all others in that particular room. The windows in other areas, like the kitchen and bedrooms, can wait.
You can also opt to replace all the windows on one side of a wall. Unless there’s a specific window that needs immediate replacement, we recommend giving priority to all the windows facing the front of the home.
How Long Will It Take?
Some homeowners have expressed concerns about how long the installation takes when replacing every window. While every project is unique, an average-size home takes us anywhere from one to three days. This includes cleanup and disposal of the old windows.
We’ll Replace Every Window at Once
Call Exteriors Unlimited to replace all of your old windows with energy-efficient vinyl windows. This will improve both function and aesthetics. We have worked with countless homeowners in Spokane. Their needs varied from a single window replacement to replacing all the windows and siding in the home. View our gallery to see some of our work post renovation.
Replacing every window at once is a cost-effective solution and one we recommend if your budget allows for it.
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Complete Window Replacement for Spokane Homes
Serving Spokane, Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, Medical Lake, Cheney, Sprague, Reardan, Spangle, Rockford, Fairfield, Edwall, Ford, Clayton, Deer Park, Colbert, Chattaroy, Mead, Airway Heights, Davenport, Ritzville, Nine Mill Falls, Rosalia, Oakdale, Tekoa, Colfax, St. John, and Endicott Springdale, Elk, Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene since 1984