Reinsurance Directions, Inc.

Paul Walther

CEO & Principal Consultant


Phone: 407-333-1600     Fax: 407-333-8993     Cell: 407-920-6983

Mailing Address: 1399 Foxtail Court, Lake Mary, FL 32746

  Breaking Down Replacement Window Prices  

Pricing new windows is a bit tricky. Depending on whether you’ll need custom-sized windows, as well as energy efficient extras you’d like for your home, the total cost varies quite a bit. On average, vinyl windows run anywhere from $150 to $500 and beyond, but the only way to accurately price your own window project is to get cost estimates and compare them. Once you get a price quote, you’ll be much better informed to make a purchase.


The time for window replacement is definitely now. Windows are one of the products the government is offering tax incentives for consumers to replace. Seeing the long-term value gained by replacing old windows with newer energy-saving products, the government is offering homeowner tax credits of 30% of the cost, or up to $1,500, according to their website. Gaining more information about window installation is as simple as checking out window replacement costs guide and getting a price quote - educating yourself about the positive and negative features that each brand, make and style have to offer.

  Window Rebates & Federal Tax Credits  
  Do not miss out on the Federal tax savings on all energy efficient replacement windows. Through December 31, the government is giving back homeowners up to $1,500 for the cost of new installations—as long as they meet minimum energy rating standards. All big brand windows are energy-efficient and most qualify for this great incentive. Plus, from time to time, even the manufacturer will offer substantial rebates—saving you tons.