How Much Do Awning Windows Cost?

Written by AnonymousJanuary 26, 2011

Discussing How Much Awning Windows Cost

The cost for awning windows varies greatly depending on a number of factors, but in general, costs average between $350 to $1,050. Because so many factors are involved, some awning windows cost more than $1,050.

Choosing the lowest priced awning window isn’t always the best long-term choice. A cheap awning window can lead to frequent repairs and if the windows are leaky, this can cause costly damages to the interior of your home. However, choosing the most expensive type of awning window can be costly as well. Wood, for instance, is susceptible to rot and decay, and it may warp over time. This means, wood awning windows may have to be replaced more often than other types of windows. 

The following sections discuss factors that affect the cost of awning windows.

Type of material

The type of material plays a major role in determining whether or not you will pay $350 for your windows or more than $1,000. Awning windows are available in a number of different materials such as aluminum, cellular PVC, fiberglass, steel, vinyl, and wood. Steel is the most expensive material to work with, followed by wood. Fiberglass and aluminum cost less than wood, but fiberglass costs 30 percent more than vinyl. Cellular PVC is considered an economical choice, but vinyl is the least expensive of all awning window materials.

Manufacturer

There are literally hundreds of awning window manufacturers to choose from, but several manufacturers are considered the most popular, and the most expensive. These include Andersen, Marvin, and Pella. Each company offers pre-made awning windows, but they are also leaders in custom-windows. Opting for custom awning windows will increase the cost of your windows even more.

Size

The size of your awning windows will vary depending on location within the structure. Many awning windows are 4 feet tall and several feet wide, while others are tall and slender at only 2 feet wide and 4 feet tall. The wider the window, the higher the price. The price difference between a slender window and a wider window can total up to several hundred dollars.

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