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Best Choice Roofing is a national roofing company with offices all across the United States. Ever since our start in 2009,… More
Thank you to Chance McBay at the Corporate Office of Best Choice Roofing. After great confusion with the local representative, leaving… Full review
  • 12 Years in Business
  • Accepts Emergency Requests
When The Home Depot was founded in 1978, Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank had no idea how revolutionary this new "hardware… More
Paul is wonderful and I am thrilled with the service, product, and warranty! Full review
  • 43 Years in Business
  • Accepts Emergency Requests
Renewal by Andersen’s process begins with a free in-home consultation to listen to your needs. We then custom-make beautiful, energy-efficient composite… More
Good but overpriced. Full review
  • 26 Years in Business
  • Insured
Quality begins at home. We are the premiere home improvement company, with service and products that will keep you happy for… More
Jonathan was very good Full review
  • 10 Years in Business
  • Accepts Emergency Requests
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Quality begins at home. We are the premiere home improvement company, with service and products that will keep you happy… More
Jonathan was very good Full review
  • 10 Years in Business
  • Accepts Emergency Requests
Transform Home Improvements, has been a leader in the home improvement space for more than 30 years. Whether your home is… More
Salesman came quick (Tuesday) and quoted 3 - 4 weeks. Contractors called on Thursday with install on Friday - same week.… Full review
  • 71 Years in Business
  • Accepts Emergency Requests
Trust your home improvement project to America's No. 1 remodeling company: Dreamstyle Remodeling. Since 1989, Dreamstyle Remodeling has been on a… More
I am extremely satisfied with my experience from the beginning to the end. The salesman (Mark Sena) is experienced and was… Full review
  • 32 Years in Business
  • Accepts Emergency Requests
Everlasting Window and Door is a family owned and operated business since 1995. Our company offers a wide variety of quality… More
Ashley came to my home this afternoon to review my window and sliding door needs. She was very Informative about her… Full review
  • 26 Years in Business
  • Licensed
Impact Exteriors utilizes the highest quality components to complete exterior home remodeling projects. Even if it means we lose the opportunity… More
Very professional and exceeded expectations. Full review
  • 4 Years in Business
OUR MISSION STATEMENT: "Revolutionizing the Home Improvement Industry One Customer at a Time, While Changing the Lives of Our Employees for… More
We had a walk in shower installed today. It looks awesome!! Great job at a great price. Above and beyond what… Full review
  • 20 Years in Business
At GlassMogul our business is glass, windows, and doors plus a ton of related residential, commercial, and industrial products. We are… More
What a great staff in the office for starters. They cheerfully worked around my schedule and my couple of reschedules. I… Full review
  • 13 Years in Business
Dreamstyle Remodeling is a leading home improvement company with a proven track record of delivering projects on time and on budget.… More
  • 7 Years in Business
We specialize in Remodeling Construction and transforming existing residences into beautiful, new living spaces. Whether you need interior renovation, outdoor/patio construction… More
  • 11 Years in Business
G W Framing is a framing business that provides framing. They are located in Mesa. More
  • 8 Years in Business
Are you looking for a trustworthy and reliable general contractor for your project? We here at Home Plate Contracting Inc pride… More
  • 10 Years in Business
This business offers dual pane window, french door installations and sales. More
  • 7 Years in Business
Renewal by Andersen of Las Vegas, NV is proud to serve the window replacement and patio door replacement needs of the… More
We had three separate crews show up right on time. They did an awesome job on the removal of the old… Full review
  • 6 Years in Business
This company provides general residential contracting services including: custom home building, fire and water restoration, counter tops, kitchen and bath remodeling.… More
  • 17 Years in Business
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Window Replacement in Phoenix, AZ

Most residential windows have a lifespan of 10 to 40 years. It’s not unsurprising, then, that most homeowners are novices when it comes time to replace their home’s windows. Considering that the average 2,450 square foot home’s window renovation expense will run around $15,000, with most new windows costing $300 to $700 and up according to the 2015 Remodeling Impact Report from the National Association of Realtors (NARI), it is imperative that anyone starting down this renovation path to fully understand the full scope of products available and which will best suit your city’s climate.

Yet, this undertaking is always well worth the learning curve and expense. The NARI, also, found that 61 percent of homeowners who have upgraded their home’s windows have a “greater desire to be home since completing the project.” Add in the increased property values and decreased monthly utility expenses, and few can find reason to not go through with a full renovation. Due to Phoenix’s climate, your windows need to be able to withstand the long months of intense heat, all while being as energy efficient as possible, too.

This Phoenix Window Replacement Guide will assist you in knowing how to evaluate when a replacement is needed, which window materials and design are best for the Arizona climate, and any municipal requirements.

How to Know When a Window Replacement is Necessary in Your Phoenix Home

The two most obvious signs that your old windows need to go are if they are rotting or if they have warped. When your windows deteriorate or crack, it is easy for bugs to infiltrate the walls of your home. If these bugs happen to be termites⎼which tend to run rampant in Phoenix⎼ then the likelihood of your home’s structural integrity being compromised is greatly increased. Warped windows, on the other hand, pose a serious threat for you and your family were an emergency to take place. Were a fire to break out, everyone needs to be able to evacuate as quickly as possible, but this cannot happen if your windows are difficult to open or cannot be opened at all. Considering Phoenix’s intense summers can linger in the triple digits for months on end with hardly any rain, it’s easy to see how a home’s windows could begin to warp and crack over time.

Across the board, all older windows are also incredibly energy inefficient which translates into high utility bills for your home. The average homeowner, however, can expect to see a decrease of 15 percent in their utility bills when single-paned windows are replaced with an energy efficient alternative according to The Efficient Windows Collaborative. Add in that NARI assessed that homeowners recouped about 80 percent of their renovation expenses in increased property value, and you can easily see how a renovation project of this magnitude is well worth the expense.

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Window Materials Matter in Phoenix

When considering new windows for your home, you will need to decide on the window framing material, single versus multiple-paned windows, and any sort of specialized energy efficiency coating.

Although the market is flooded with various materials and combinations of products, your three main frame component options are wood, vinyl, and aluminum. Due to Phoenix’s dry, hot climate, nonmetal materials that block out solar heat like vinyl and wood are going to be your best choice. Vinyl is usually going to be the least expensive while still boasting incredible durability. However, the color options available tend to be limited. Solid wood frames, on the other hand, are built with durability and reliability in mind with most lasting 30+ years. Because of which, you can expect this choice to be at the top of your budget.

As labor and materials increase, so does the expense. Accordingly, the more energy efficient a window is, the bigger the sticker price will be, but so will the rewards to you monthly budget and comfort. Energy efficient windows that have earned a designation from the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and Energy Star will always have three main qualifiers: U-value, Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC), and low E. The U-value and SHGC amounts measure the rate at which a window is able to conduct heat and solar radiation flow respectively from the exterior of your home to the interior and vice versa, while the low E represents how effectively the window can reflect heat when coated in a thin metallic covering. Although your home’s energy efficiency is almost always guaranteed to improve with the installation of any new windows, the absolute best quality window for Phoenix’s climate will double-pane, gas-filled windows that are registered with a U-value of less than 0.3, a SHGC below 0.25, and spectrally selective low E glass.

Phoenix Window Permits, Inspections, and Fees

The City of Phoenix does not require a building permit or any inspections of the completed work so long as the windows being replaced are of like size without any structural changes to the exterior walls.

How Much Does It Cost to Upgrade a Basement Window in Phoenix 

Does your Phoenix home have a basement that you want to renovate? Why not add an egress window as an added safety precaution to your family? While there is no law yet in Phoenix that requires all basements to have an egress, it is best to have one. The State of Arizona requires bedroom egress windows to have at least 20 inches wide and 24 inches high with an area of 5.7 square inches at a minimum.

Cost to Install A New Egress

The estimated expenses to have an egress installation differs depending on the treatment that the window contractor needs to fulfill. Take note that fitting for a new window varies from a window replacement in Phoenix.

If you go for a prefabricated window, you can have it installed at about $2,500, including the materials, window cost, and contractor/labor fee. A custom-built system has a price double of the standard ones, which can go as high as $6,500. This estimation applies to those who are to build their basement and do not have an existing one.

Cost to Add a Window to an Old Basement

But, what if you have a finished, old basement? How much are the expenses? According to local contractors, installing an egress window to a finished room is much more costly than to a one that is yet to be built. There are more technical factors that the contractor and homeowner need to consider. Therefore, experts strongly recommend having professional window installers do the job because one mistake on damaging the house’s foundation can have disastrous repercussions.

The cost for the materials minus the contractor fee is typical at an average of $1,500. An additional charge at about $200 can be added for gravel, lumber, and pipes. If the contractor needs a partner to cut or fix the foundation, there might be another $200 on your tab. The use of mini excavators will cost you more.

Does An Egress Window Have Warranty?

When you purchase your egress window, whether a prefabricated one or a custom-made window, it should have at least a one-year warranty. It is a requirement of the UCC (Uniform Commercial Code). Nevertheless, a common practice in Phoenix is that window companies and expert installers offer an average of 2 years for the homeowners as faults and problems arise after about 2 to 3 years from its installation.

We understand that the high cost of an egress window for your basement might let you think twice about the idea. Keep in mind that this window type increases your family’s home safety feature, especially during emergencies. Consult with the experts to know your options and discuss whether you can lower the cost without compromising the quality of the window and their work. If you need to search for a potential Phoenix contractor, look into our list of contractor and arrange an appointment today.