Storm Windows Prices
Storm windows prices range from $75 - $300 fully installed per opening. Storm windows are typically single pane inserts that can be placed either on the inside or outside of an existing window in order to provide additional protection from storms, hurricanes, debris, etc.
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Entry Level Storm Window Prices
Entry level pricing runs $75 - $125 for the window and installation. These lower cost alternatives will typically be a thinner vinyl frame with a simple pane of glass. The window itself will cost $30 to $75 and the installation will run $25 to $50, depending on the size and condition of the existing window. There are plenty of companies that offer a lower end storm window, but consumers would do well to try and stretch into the mid range price point for the best dollar value.
Mid Range Storm Window Costs
Mid range pricing runs $125 - $200 for the window and installation. At this middle range price point you will see the higher end vinyl frames that will come in a wider variety of shapes, colors and options. Some manufacturers use a fiberglass or a composite material that will be equal in strength to the best vinyl window options. These storm units may or may not include a low-e glass and should be well made. It's at the upper end of this price point that you will probably see the best value - perhaps a lower end aluminum insert, which is the strongest material you can buy.
High End Storm Windows Cost
High end pricing runs $200 - $300 for the window and installation. At this higher price point you will typically see aluminum frames, which are going to be the strongest frame material by far. Aluminum is not very energy efficient, but since this really isn't something storm windows address anyway, it should be a concern. Expect the windows to be available in more custom shapes, including arched top, eyebrow and other specialty options. Many of the upper end storm window manufacturers offer tons of custom sizes and exterior and interior color selections.