2019 Home Window Replacement Cost in Ontario

Updated: Aug 26, 2019

The general home window replacement cost in Ontario for 2019 ranges from $300 - $2,500. Cost data is based on research by HomeAdvisor. For a free quote for your specific home window replacement, contact Budget Windows & Doors today.

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Home Window Replacement Cost

Your home window replacement cost will depend on a number of factors. According to Home Advisor, a single basic replacement unit runs anywhere from $300 to $1,200 for standard sizes, while custom work and bay styles can quickly hit $2,000 or more.

The two main factors in pricing are the design and the materials used.

Design style:


Additional factors:

You will also want to consider what kind of glass you want.

Double-pane windows will cost extra, but experts say double-pane windows can save up to 24% in our cold Ontario climate during the winter and up to 18% during the summer. Triple-panes run 15% to 40% more than a double-pane type, but reduce heat loss even further.

Finally, labour can run approximately $150 to $800 per window or an average of $40 per hour, depending on the difficulty of the project. If you're considering trying to cut corners here, read our article on hiring a residential window replacement service vs taking the do-it-yourself approach.

home window replacement cost

When assessing home window replacement cost, don't underestimate the impact this project will have on your home and everyone in it.

Home window replacement cost: It's worth the investment

It's generally agreed that quality windows will last at least 15 and 20 years before you need to consider replacing them. However, windows built to the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) guidelines can be expected to last 25 years.

In the intervening years, you can expect to repair your windows regularly to protect your home from the elements, both natural and human.

Eventually, though, you will need to replace the entire unit, and you can read our article on 5 Signs It's Time for a Window Replacement to learn more.

Drafty or damaged windows can cause your energy bills to be about 10% to 25% higher, according to Energy.gov. Replacing old, drafty, single-paned windows with Energy Star certified products can result in substantial savings in your energy costs.

As an added bonus, your new windows - and the resulting energy cost savings - can be a big selling point if you’re considering moving out of your home.

Trust Budget Windows & Doors for the Lowest Home Window Replacement Cost

Budget Windows & Doors is pleased to be your source for all your residential window replacement and repair needs in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Stratford, and the surrounding areas.

We ensure our services are tailored to meet your requirements, and we pride ourselves on our experience. We will always recommend the right solution to maximize the value you get from your home improvement dollar.

Backed by superior quality products, service and knowledge, we are able to deliver flawless results time and time again. Our success stems from the quality service we provide with every job completed.

That’s why our customers keep coming back and referring us to friends and family.

What Budget Windows & Doors Customer Are Saying:

"Love my new windows! The work was done promptly. The quality was great! I felt a sense of trust and professionalism from the first encounter with the owner and with the installer. The price was super fair. I would recommend anytime. Thanks Robert and Laverne." - Christine Paquin

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