Like new siding, a window replacement can improve the appeal of your home and its protection against the elements. When it comes to this project, one question many homeowners ask is whether they should have all their windows replaced at once or a few units at a time.
Keep on reading to find out the answer.
The More Windows You Replace, the More You Save
Some contractors offer deals when you purchase at least 5 windows. In some cases, the labor costs more than the windows in small projects. The price per window can be the same for projects involving between five and 200 windows. It means that the more windows you replace, the more savings you get. For instance, you have twelve windows at home and decide to leave out three units for later, you’ll have to spend more on labor.
Save Yourself From the Hassle
Major home improvement projects, such as vinyl siding and window installation can be messy and generate a lot of dust. When you choose to replace all the windows at once, you don’t have to deal with the cleanup multiple times. Several batches of window replacement also mean more visits with your contractor. There are more productive things you can with those days.
What If You Prefer to Replace Windows in Batches?
If you prefer not to replace all your windows in one go, it would help to consult your contractor regarding the pricing of your project. While they can’t guarantee that the costs won’t change in the following year, it would give you an idea of how much you should prepare. Moreover, reputable contractors usually offer flexible payment options.
Homecraft Inc. is a leading window and siding contractor in the area. Call us at (302) 798-0302 or fill out our contact form to request a free estimate. We work with homeowners in Wilmington, Newark and Middletown, DE.