How Much Do Casement Windows Cost?

Like all home improvement products, the price of your new casement windows can vary on a number of factors, including the size of the window, the style of window, what materials you want them made from and what additional features you want added.

For instance, uPVC and aluminium are incredibly popular alternatives to traditional timber windows. uPVC, standing of unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, is a hardened resin that is incredibly hardwearing and with a lifespan of around 25 to 30 years; uPVC windows are very affordable and, thanks to options for a woodgrain foil finish, able to replicate the look and feel of traditional timber windows without any of the natural wear and tear of actual wooden windows which often need repainting every few years to keep up their appearance.

Aluminium, on the other hand, is a bit more expensive than uPVC, but with a longer lifespan of around 45 years and a sleek and minimalistic appearance, they are well worth the investment.

Not just suited to modern homes, aluminium makes a perfect fit into more traditional properties, with a range of colours covering the entire RAL colour wheel. Unlike uPVC, aluminium casement windows’ slimline frames blend in well with any kind of architectural style and do not draw attention away from other features by sticking out of their frame like uPVC often does.

No matter what material you choose, uPVC and aluminium are both hardwearing and strong against outside forces, harsh weather and anyone trying to gain entry to your home, often coming with multi-point locking systems as standard. For more information on what kind of material you should have your new casement windows made of, contact us today.

How Much Should I Pay For New Windows?

When getting some brand-new windows for your property, budget it going to be a major deciding factor what kind of window you want.

Not only does the design of your window affect the price, but also how many windows you want installed, with every additional window adding to the price.

With single windows costing around £250 to £800, depending on the style of window, the size and what materials you want it made from, when trying to find the right price for your new windows shopping around and comparing different prices and companies to ensure an affordable quote and a high-quality installation is always the best way of making sure you have the best deal.

A good installation should maximise the lifespan of your windows and leave your property far more thermally efficient and secure.

Windows are a vital protection against both the worst of the weather and anyone trying to gain entry from the outside, and a well-done installation not only improves your houses’ overall appearance but can end up paying for themselves through the money they can save you in heating bills thanks to their outstanding thermal insulation.

Are Casement Windows More Expensive?

When looking into the price of different kinds of windows, you may have noticed that different designs of window come with different price tags.

So, how much is a casement window, and does it cost more than other types of design?

Casement windows are actually one of the most affordable designs out there, with the price varying between around £200 to £500 for an individual window, although this price can vary up to around £1,000 depending on the size of the window, materials it is being made out of, any additional features and labour costs for its installation. Sash windows, however, cost around £500 to £1,000, while tilt and turn windows cost £400 to £800.

However, all of these prices can change dramatically to be cheaper or more expensive depending on your design specifications.

For instance, a uPVC window is typically more affordable than an aluminium window, and the larger the size of the window the more expensive it gets, thanks to using more materials and taking longer to install.

For more information on how much your new casement window will cost, use our free online cost calculator to get a free and zero obligation quote from a number of local companies operating in your local area.

Average Price For New Windows

When figuring out your budget it is important to know what the average price for a window is, so you can make sure that the deal you are getting is a decent one.

A single uPVC window typically costs around £200 to £500, while replacing around 10 windows can easily cost £3,000+.

Casement Windows – The most adaptable and customisable windows, casement windows can cost between £250 and £500 for a single-window unit. This price can vary, however, thanks to casement windows’ incredibly versatile design, with over 80 different orientations of window.

Sash Windows – With a sliding sash creating a space-saving alternative to traditional arc-swing windows, sash windows typically cost around £600 to £800 for a single-window installation. These windows give your property an ornate and period look, whilst benefitting from the best in modern advancements in window and uPVC manufacturing.

Tilt and Turn Windows – Perfect for upper floors and high-rise homes, these contemporary windows cost around £500 to £600. Opening inwards at an angle for easy cleaning, these are perfect for households with adventurous children or pets who may try and climb out of the window, as well as stopping anyone from climbing inside when it is open.

Dual Turn Windows – With both the upper and lower sashes opening at an angle for extra ventilation whilst keeping that traditional look, dual turn windows can cost around the same as tilt and turn, at between £500 and £600.

How Much Is A uPVC Casement Window?

For decades uPVC has remained one of the most popular materials used for a range of home improvement products, and it isn’t difficult to see why.

Standing for unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, uPVC is a hardened resin that is incredibly hard-wearing, durable and easy to maintain, not showing any of the wear and tear that natural timber frames often suffer from.

While timber frames need sanding, varnishing and repainting every few years to prevent them from flaking, chipping and generally looking worse for wear, uPVC remains looking great for over 30 years with only an occasional wash down needed to get rid of any residual grime.

uPVC is incredibly easy to manufacture, with a vast majority of it being recycled into new units once they have reached the end of their natural lifespan, which makes it incredibly affordable.

The cost of a uPVC window typically starts at around £200 for a basic 1000mmx1000mm casement window, with the cost increasing in terms of size and what colour you want.

While white is the standard colour, you can choose for your uPVC window to have a natural woodgrain foil to replicate the look and feel of timber windows, usually only costing up to £50 more.

Another alternative material commonly chosen for windows, however, is aluminium.

Made from natural metal rather than being manufactured, it is far better for the environment, but with the cost of the material being higher than uPVC it is a little bit more expensive.

Aluminium frames are incredibly sleek and are a popular choice for more modern builds, although they can easily suit any type of property, with a slimline design that doesn’t stick out beyond the frame like many uPVC designs and maximises the amount of glass per window. For a singular aluminium window installation, it is typically expected to cost you between £200 and £500.

Casement Window Benefits

Casement windows are highly versatile, adaptable, secure and thermally efficient, saving you money on your heating bills and reducing your carbon footprint.

There is a reason why casement windows continue to be the most popular window design on the market, with over 85 different designs and orientation of window, each differing in which way the windows open and how many different windows the design will have.

Casement windows are one of the most popular window designs out there on the market, being able to be installed onto nearly any kind of property, be it old, modern, traditional or contemporary.

If you want more privacy, then patterned glass is available to obscure the view inside whilst allowing in large amounts of natural light in order to keep your inside bright, ranging from leaf and charcoal patterns to simple frosting.

That isn’t the only customisable option, however, as both the internal and external frames can be coloured a range of different wood styles and colours, including black, white, Chartwell green, Irish oak, rosewood and mahogany.

The differing internal and external colours allows for your window to compliment both the outside look of your property as well as the interior decoration of the room.

The superior insulation and security of your new windows is thanks to modern improvements in the design and manufacturing process of uPVC and double glazing, using a range of different features including thermal breaks which trap pockets of warm air within the frame which then acts as a barrier to prevent any warm air from escaping and any cold air from getting inside.

Not only will this keep your home warmer for longer, but it will also mean you aren’t as reliant on your central heating as much, saving you money on your heating bills and decreasing your carbon footprint.

Over time, the money saved through these new windows may very well mean that they end up paying for themselves over the years.

uPVC French Casement Windows

French Casement windows are a great, period alternative to typical casement windows, and while they are not as expansive in terms of design options they do allow for your property to benefit from a traditional window’s appearance alongside the best in modern window manufacturing techniques.

Like their door counterparts, French casement windows open from the centre, with two independently opening panels which open out in a swing arc, inwards or outwards depending on your preference.

When fully open, this window creates a large aperture that not only allows for excess amounts of ventilation and a great view but also provides a useful escape route in case of fire or another emergency.

With both panels able to be independently opened and closed, however, you can also control the amount of ventilation into your home, keeping your property from becoming stuffy without venting out all of your central heating.

French casement windows also feature a centre mullion, breaking up the glass in an ornate decorative pattern, similar to that of a French Door, which is isolated from the outer frame and is carried by the sash when opened to create an unrestricted view.

To ensure of a highly secure window, French Casement windows also come with a high-security locking system fitted as standard, with a choice of different locks available to you to upgrade its level of security and prevent anyone from forcing or tampering with the lock in order to gain entry to your home.

Flush Casement Windows

If you are looking for a sleeker design than a traditional uPVC casement window, then a flush casement window is a great contemporary alternative.

Flush casement windows replicate the sleek look of both timber and aluminium windows, while standard uPVC frames are chunkier, protruding outwards from the frames.

These frames can often distract from other features around your home and can clash with a properties modern design, but a smoother flush sash allows your windows to blend into the overall look of your property.

This sleek design is becoming increasingly popular, with homeowners not wanting their homes to be affected by standard uPVC windows that can stick out like a sore thumb against a property’s outer aesthetic.

Like normal casement windows, flush sash comes in over 85 different styles and orientations of window and can be just as easily and diversely customised to create a unique look for each room of your home.

With a range of colours, including traditional woodgrain to complete the look and feel of timber windows, they also come with the option for patterned glass for extra privacy whilst still letting in natural light.

For more information on what kind of flush casement window you would like to have installed onto your property, feel free to use our online calculator or speak to a member of our team.

Window Prices Calculator

Are you interested in getting some brand-new casement windows for your property, but don’t know where to start? Double Glazing on the Web is here to help you find the very best design for your new windows and find the very best price from reputable installers.

To get started, why not use our free online double-glazing cost calculator to design your very own bespoke window from scratch? Select from a variety of different styles, sizes, materials and additional features to create a truly unique design for your home, along with colours for both the interior and exterior frame so that it matches the outside and inside of your property.

Once this design is to your liking, we will then pass along your design specifications to a number of reputable companies operating within your local area, who will be in touch with you shortly in order to offer you competitive quotes for your installation work.

Our service is entirely free of charge and has zero obligation to use, meaning you can use it any number of times.

For more information on what kind of windows would work best for your home, feel free to speak with a member of our team through our online contact form, who will be all too happy to answer any questions you may have.

Finding your ideal casement windows for your property has never been easier!