The number of new windows

Simply put, the more windows you require, the more you will have to pay. With that said, the individual window cost goes down in accordance with how many you buy. So, the more you order, the more you save. By taking advantage of one of our fantastic finance options, you can also spread the cost of new windows out over a period of time that better suits you.

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The replacement window material

Another factor that has an effect on window costs is the material that they’re constructed from. Generally, but not always, uPVC windows tend to be more cost-effective than the other materials. This is not because of a lack of quality but because they are cheaper to manufacture than timber and aluminium windows.

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The style of new window

Your chosen replacement window style will also determine its cost. When buying from T&K, there’s plenty of choices when it comes to the window style too. From versatile casement windows to timeless vertical sliders and practical tilt & turn windows, we’ve got a style of replacement windows to suit any homes in and around the Northamptonshire area.

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The standard of the double glazing installer

The old adage ‘you get what you pay for’ is very true when it comes double glazing and window installers. If a double glazing company offers to install your windows on the cheap without any reasonable justification for the low price, such as a deal they’re currently running, their credentials as a trusted local window installer should be brought into question.

A quality window installation from a Which? Top Trusted Trader like ourselves will also last much longer than a shoddy one, so will constitute far better long-term value. Why not check out our Checkatrade reviews for further proof of the fantastic service we offer?

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Additional factors affecting the cost of new windows

In addition to the aforementioned factors, the price of new windows is affected by:

The glazing – opting for triple glazing instead of double will improve security and soundproofing, although it does tend to cost more.

The glass they’re fitted with – new windows are available with a variety of glass options, which includes acoustic glass and decorative glass to suit individual requirements.

Colour/finish – there is a huge range of window colour/finish options, including smooth, wood grain and matte finishes, all of which have an effect on their price.

Window furniture – you might want to fit your windows with monkey tail handles, trickle vents or another form of window furniture.

Locking hardware – windows can be fitted with multipoint locks, window restrictors and other forms of window locks and hardware.

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Does planning permission have an effect on the cost of windows?

Most of the time planning permission is not required for new window installations, especially if the new ones are similar in appearance to those that are being replaced. However, if planning permission does have to be obtained, it can have an effect on how much new windows cost.

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With full accreditation from the appropriate regulating bodies, you can feel assured of the quality that’s on offer.

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Serving homeowners across Northamptonshire

During our tenure as traders, we’ve provided bespoke home improvement solutions across the Northamptonshire area and beyond. This includes areas in counties like Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. We've installed home improvements in places such as Corby, Northampton, Bedford, Kettering, Milton Keynes, Cambridge, Aylesbury, Oxford, Rugby, Bicester, Luton, Market Harborough & Banbury.

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