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Window Replacement Contractors in Phoenix, AZ

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Prescreened Window Replacement Contractors in Phoenix, AZ

DaBella - Phoenix
4.47
236 Verified Ratings
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(866) 654-2889
4640 East Elwood Street
Suite 1-3
Phoenix, AZ 85040
 
Reliant Capitol, LLC
4.12
26 Verified Ratings
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(360) 467-2002
725 North 73rd Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85043
 
 
Krasiva Windows and Doors
5.0
1 Verified Ratings
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(888) 229-1848
2432 W. Peoria Ave., Ste. 1186
Phoenix, AZ 85029
 
A To Z RetroFit, LLC
4.67
3 Verified Ratings
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(480) 567-9497
3726 West Roanoke Avenue
Suite 5
Phoenix, AZ 85009
 
 
AZ Quality Sunscreens and Windows, LLC
4.83
2 Verified Ratings
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(602) 567-7841
42312 North 9th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85086
 

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Cost to hire a New Windows in Phoenix

Most homeowners spent between:
$2,157 - $5,998
Average Cost:
$3,809
Min cost:
$0
Max cost:
$11,000

Reviews of Phoenix Window Replacement Contractors

Project: New Windows - 3-5
Phoenix, AZ

From consultation to install process was smooth and quick. Door handle was damaged on shipping and they brought a replacement quickly after install. We’ve noticed a dramatic difference in our heating bill already being cut in half...can hardly wait to see what a difference it makes with air conditioning season.

 
Project: Install or Replace Window Glass
Phoenix, AZ

The guys showed up on time, were efficient and did a good job cleaning up after their work.

 
Project: New Window - Single
Phoenix, AZ

Very impressed with Redline. I had moisture in a double pane window and was preparing to be told that I needed to replace the entire 4x5 ft, two part sliding window. Redline told me on the phone that might not be the case. They can replace the lower section glass but wanted to come look to be sure. Tech came over, quickly assessed the window, confirmed I could replace the glass - MUCH cheaper and less daunting than a full window replacement! Redline provided a quote for the glass and cam replacement, scheduled the appointment, showed up on time and completed the work without much interruption. The job was complete within 30 minutes. They never tried to upsell me on new windows, they just focused on fixing the problem I called them to fix. They did a great job.

 

Unscreened Window Replacement Companies in Phoenix, Arizona

Arizona Glass Connection
9850 N. 19th Drive, #7
Phoenix, AZ 85021
Calo Construction, Inc.
5213 West Sunnyside Drive
Glendale, AZ 85304
Desert Vista Windows and Doors
3730 W. Rue De Lamour
Phoenix, AZ 85029
Farnsworth Homes, Inc.
2351 S. Signal Butte
Mesa, AZ 85212
AZ Majestic Builders
15808 N. Naegel Drive
Surprise, AZ 85374

Things to Consider Before You New Windows in Phoenix, Arizona:

  • What is the nature of this project?
  • How many Windows are involved?
  • Is this an emergency?

Ideas & Inspiration from Phoenix Window Replacement Companies


Phoenix Window Replacement

One of the most popular projects in the home improvement industry, windows are integral to the status of your home for a number of reasons. A disproportional amount of your air conditioning is lost through the poorly insulated areas of single window panes, but new windows can also reduce the glare of the Valley sun. Throughout the 15 urban villages of Phoenix, homeowners are taking advantage of the ever-improving technology of window glazing.

Replacement Windows
Nationwide, replacement windows grab more headlines for their ability to insulate your home from the cold. Replacement windows can be just as effective at reducing the levels of heat gain during the intense Phoenix summer. In fact, replacement windows include a measurement called solar heat gain coefficient that will tell you how effective the window is at insulating your home from the heat.

Older windows may be suffering from more than just low energy efficiency. Cracked glass or frames can be a huge deal when monsoon winds test your home's structural integrity. Though the cool breeze may feel good, gaps in your windows casement are not good, in general, for your home's environment.

The Costs
Most homeowners know about window replacement and many of the theoretical benefits they can offer. However, many homeowners are surprised when they begin looking into replacement windows and discover how many options are out there, the size of the financial investment, and the amount of savings and improvement they will see. Choosing your replacement windows is a decision on par with choosing your new car (and although many of us don't relish going to the dealership), it's a necessary process to protect the long-term investment of your home.

The final price tag of replacement windows can resemble the price tag of a new car, sometimes exceeding the $10,000 mark. The number and size of your windows, along with the quality of the glass, will determine the exact cost of your project. Recently, we've had Phoenix window replacement projects come in as low as $2,500, as high as $14,000, and everywhere in between. You will save several hundred dollars, even a thousand dollars or more, every year in utility bills. Plus, a significant portion of the cost of new windows will be recouped with increased property value.

Contractors and Testimonials
There are literally dozens of window manufacturers out there, and it's going to a difficult process trying to decipher which windows are right for your home. That's why it's a great idea to contact a professional Phoenix replacement window installer first. They can give you objective advice about your window purchase, along with their expert installation services. In fact, contractors often receive discounts from window manufacturers that rival or even surpass discounts you're likely to receive from chain stores. The worst thing you can do is succumb to the first commission-based window salesman you run across.

Here are a few testimonials from Phoenix homeowners that echo this conventional wisdom: "Know what options you're looking for and ask questions of your contractor. My contractor was very knowledgeable, and will inform you honestly of your options and costs."

"Do as much research as possible because every company you go with is going to tell you their product is the best. And no matter what, refuse to make a decision in the same day?they want you to make an impulse buy!"

"Have a demonstration of the windows and their functions."