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When you live in a coastal area that is subject to hurricane or strong storms it’s smart to have storm windows installed over your current home windows in order to keep them safe from the element. However, storm window installation also has other benefits as well. Storm window installation improves your home window’s insulation thus reducing energy bills. They are a pretty simple window type to install and can be placed over your existing window frames. Storm windows do not open or close so you’ll want to make sure it’s being installed over a window that you don’t need to have access to.
Storm window installation options include aluminum frames, wood frames and even interior windows.
Local Storm Window Installation Costs
Storm window installation costs are pretty affordable in comparison to new window costs to install. New storm window prices run from $100 to $250 per window. You could expect labor costs to add about $32 to $60 per hour and each window will usually take 1 to 2 hours to install. Make sure to get multiple quotes from storm window installers near you to make sure you are getting the best price.
DIY Storm Window Installations
If you are pretty handy and able to complete other home improvement projects without help, you may be able to install storm windows as a do it yourself project. You will need to know how to measure home windows accurately. Once you have your measurements you can head to your local home improvement store to buy your new storm windows, be sure to pick up some window caulk while you are there. When installing your new storm windows you will want to apply the window caulk around the top of the sill as well as the sides. Place the storm window perfectly centered across your current window and screw the windows into place using 1 inch sheet screws along each side and the top. If you are uncertain about completing the project on your own, it may be best to hire a loacl qualified window contractor to complete the project in order to make sure they are installed correctly and you can get the full benefits of having storm windows installed.