Bathroom Window Replacement

Getting a window replaced in your property is easy enough, but when it comes to bathroom windows there are often a variety of options that you may have to think about that you wouldn’t normally consider for normal windows. This includes what kind of glass you want, whether you want your view obscured for privacy, how much natural light you want to bring in and whether or not they are openable to provide ventilation.
But, as with all home improvement installations, knowing how much it is going to cost and how it is going to fit within your budget is one of the most important factors to take into account. So how much does it cost?

How much does it cost to replace a small bathroom window?

Bathroom windows, like all uPVC window prices, can vary on a number of factors, including how many units you are having installed, the size of the window, what design and style it is, what materials it is being made from and what additional features to the glass and frames you want attached.

On average, the cost of a small bathroom window can range from around £100 to £600, with that price increasing depending on how many different window sections you want fitted. However, with bathroom windows you can also have the popular option for frosted or patterned glass, which can affect the cost too.

Casement Window Size Colour Guide Price
500mm x 500mm White £143 – £159
500mm x 500mm Wood Grain £156 – £172
1000mm x 500mm White £159 – £175
1000mm x 500mm Wood Grain £183 – £203
1000mm x 1000mm White £203 – £225
1000mm x 1000mm Wood Grain £221 – £245
1200mm x 1200mm White £239 – £265
1200mm x 1200mm Wood Grain £271 – £299
Casement Window Size Colour Guide Price
500mm x 500mm White £250 – £300
500mm x 500mm Wood Grain £300 – £350
1000mm x 500mm White £275 – £325
1000mm x 500mm Wood Grain £325 – £375
1000mm x 1000mm White £300 – £350
1000mm x 1000mm Wood Grain £350 – £400
1200mm x 1200mm White £350 – £400
1200mm x 1200mm Wood Grain £400 – £450
Casement Window Size Colour Guide Price
500mm x 500mm White £450 – £500
500mm x 500mm Wood Grain £575 – £625
1000mm x 500mm White £475 – £525
1000mm x 500mm Wood Grain £600 – £650
1000mm x 1000mm White £500 – £550
1000mm x 1000mm Wood Grain £625 – £675
1200mm x 1200mm White £525 – £575
1200mm x 1200mm Wood Grain £675 – £725
Casement Window Size Colour Guide Price
500mm x 500mm White £525 – £600
500mm x 500mm Wood Grain £625 – £700
1000mm x 500mm White £600 – £700
1000mm x 500mm Wood Grain £700 – £800
1000mm x 1000mm White £625 – £725
1000mm x 1000mm Wood Grain £725 – £825
1200mm x 1200mm White £725 – £825
1200mm x 1200mm Wood Grain £850 – £950
Tilt &Turn Window Size Colour Guide Price
800 x 800 White £400 – £450
800 x 800 Wood Grain £525 – £575
1000 x 800 White £450 – £500
1000 x 800 Wood Grain £550 – £600
1000 x 1000 White £475 – £525
1000 x 1000 Wood Grain £575 – £625
1200 x 1200 White £500 – £550
1200 x 1200 Wood Grain £625 – £675
Casement Window Size Colour Guide Price
2400 x 1200 White £1050 – £1150
2400 x 1200 Wood Grain £1150 – £1250
2400 x 1500 White £1125 – £1225
2400 x 1500 Wood Grain £1250 – £1350
3000 x 1200 White £1150 – £1250
3000 x 1200 Wood Grain £1275 – £1375
3000 x 1500 White £1250 – £1350
3000 x 1500 Wood Grain £1375 – £1475
Casement Window Size Colour Guide Price
3000 x 1200 White £1400 – £1500
3000 x 1200 Wood Grain £1525 – £1625
3000 x 1500 White £1500 – £1600
3000 x 1500 Wood Grain £1650 – £1750
3600 x 1200 White £1500 – £1600
3600 x 1200 Wood Grain £1650 – £1750
3600 x 1500 White £1600 – £1700
3600 x 1500 Wood Grain £1750 – £1900
Casement Window Size Colour Guide Price
3600 x 1200 White £1850 – £2000
3600 x 1200 Wood Grain £1900 – £2050
3600 x 1500 White £1950 – £2100
3600 x 1500 Wood Grain £2050 – £2200
4000 x 1200 White £1900 – £2050
4000 x 1200 Wood Grain £2000 – £2150
4000 x 1500 White £2050 – £2200
4000 x 1500 Wood Grain £2150 – £2300
Casement Window Size Colour Guide Price
2400 x 1200 White £1050 – £1150
2400 x 1200 Wood Grain £1150 – £1250
2400 x 1500 White £1125 – £1225
2400 x 1500 Wood Grain £1250 – £1350
3000 x 1200 White £1150 – £1250
3000 x 1200 Wood Grain £1275 – £1375
3000 x 1500 White £1250 – £1350
3000 x 1500 Wood Grain £1375 – £1475
Casement Window Size Colour Guide Price
3000 x 1200 White £1400 – £1500
3000 x 1200 Wood Grain £1525 – £1625
3000 x 1500 White £1500 – £1600
3000 x 1500 Wood Grain £1650 – £1750
3600 x 1200 White £1500 – £1600
3600 x 1200 Wood Grain £1650 – £1750
3600 x 1500 White £1600 – £1700
3600 x 1500 Wood Grain £1750 – £1900
Casement Window Size Colour Guide Price
3600 x 1200 White £1850 – £2000
3600 x 1200 Wood Grain £1900 – £2050
3600 x 1500 White £1950 – £2100
3600 x 1500 Wood Grain £2050 – £2200
4000 x 1200 White £1900 – £2050
4000 x 1200 Wood Grain £2000 – £2150
4000 x 1500 White £2050 – £2200
4000 x 1500 Wood Grain £2150 – £2300

How much does it cost to replace glass in a window?

If you already have a window installed in your bathroom and you either want to replace the glass to have frosted or obscured glass either installed or removed depending on your needs, or if your window glass is broken or under performing and in need of an upgrade; how much does it cost to get some new glass fitted without having to replace the entire window?

Depending on what kind of glass you want installed; with single, double or triple glazing, as well as either patterned or clear glass, this price can vary. However, the average price for replacement double glazing is around £100 – £200 depending on the size of the window, not including labour costs.

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What type of window is best for a bathroom?

Pretty much any type of window is suitable to be fitted into a bathroom, it all really depends on what you are looking to use it for.

If you want to bring in natural light but either don’t need additional ventilation or don’t want to risk the safety of your property, we offer solid glass Flush Sash windows that aren’t openable. On the other hand, our Tilt and Turn windows provide excellent ventilation without compromising the safety of your home or your sense of privacy.
When we say that any type of window can be fitted, we really do mean any type; you can even have a bow or bay window installed, giving you a panoramic view and some more floor room to make the most of your available space. If you want to maximise the ventilation, we also offer French casement windows which open either inwards or outwards independently to bring in even more air than before.

All of our windows are available to come in a range of colours, including black, white, green or a range of different wood-styles to make them look as authentic as possible to the rest of your property.

To take a look at our full range of window designs, please take a look at our uPVC Windows page, which has all of the information you may possibly need about our entire catalogue.

Additionally, like all of our windows, there is also the option for either secondary glazing or triple glazing installations. If you have a single-paned window, for a small fee we can easily fit a secondary section of glazing over it to create some double glazing to improve the thermal performance and security, as is the same with new triple glazing.

Privacy Options for Bathroom windows

All of our windows are able to come with different textured, frosted glass, ranging from abstract shapes to leaves, flowers, ice or even bark, to obscure the view and give you the privacy you need.

If you don’t want to ruin your view, you can invest in some shutters or a two-way window film, allowing you to see out without people being able to see in. Otherwise, there is always the option of curtains or shutters, with net curtains obscuring the view whilst still allowing in light and giving your home a rustic, traditional style.

There are also DIY options, including spray-on frosted glass, stick-on frosted paper, privacy vinyl film or simply cover it with lace or net fabric. There are other, more creative ways of providing privacy, including hanging mirrors, pictures or paintings in the centre of your window to obscure the view, which is also a great fix for you if you have a window over your sink and would still like a bathroom mirror there too.

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Should a bathroom have a window?

Privacy in a bathroom is important, you want to be able to wash without any kind of sense of paranoia of self-consciousness and while it seems like a simpler option to just forgo having any kind of window at all, it can be a detriment to the room overall. Getting natural light into a room can save you a lot of money, not having to turn the light on every single time you want to use it, and even a small window can provide enough light for you to go about your business without tripping over yourself. It is also useful when doing any personal grooming, as natural light will give you the best idea of how you will appear outside, rather than in artificial light.

Windows also provide ventilation, which is important when having baths or showers if you don’t want too much condensation on the inside of the bathroom or don’t want to overheat by steaming yourself during warmer months. However, if you want some ventilation without opening up your bathroom for the world to see, our casement windows come with the option of a smaller openable window at the top of the frame, with a larger solid glass pane taking up the majority of the space to give you the best of both worlds.

Getting either a replacement or a brand new window installed is quick, easy and highly affordable, by using our online quotation engine to compare prices from a number of competitive local companies.

Bathroom Window Quotes with Double Glazing on the Web

So, if you are interested in getting a brand new window installed in your bathroom, or are looking for some replacement glass, then Double Glazing on the Web’s free online Windows Cost Calculator can get you in quick and easy contact with a number of local companies operating in your local area, offering you competitive quotes around your exact design specifications.

Get in touch with us today to speak to one of our friendly and helpful team; who will be all too happy to answer any questions you may have about anything from our range, our services to our installation work.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Frequently Asked Double Glazing Questions

Frequently Asked Double Glazing Questions

Do UPVC Windows Need Trickle Vents?

Trickle vents are not a requirement, however they do offer additional ventilation without the need for opening your windows so can be a valued add on.

How Long Do Aluminium Windows Last?

Aluminium windows have a long life span and should last about 20-30 years. Any type of window will require some maintenance but overall aluminium windows are extremely strong and durable.

What Colours Do Aluminium Windows Come in?

There is an infinite range of aluminium colours available for your windows and doors. The aluminium RAL colour chart consists of virtually any colour you could think of, allowing you to achieve the perfect look for your home.

What Are U-Values?

A U-value measures how effective a window or door is as an insulator of heat. The lower the U-values the more energy efficient the aluminium window or door is.

How Long Will It Take To Install My Casement Window?

Because every job is different, it is best your talk to your double glazing installer who will be able to give you an exact timescale.

Are There Other UPVC Casement Window Styles?

Other UPVC casement window styles include the French casement window which is a more traditional take on the standard casement style.

Will I Have A Choice of Casement Window Locks?

A high security lock will be fitted as standard with your new casement window but your double glazing installer will also offer a choice of security upgrades.

What Are Flush Casement Windows?

Flush casement windows are where the unit sits flush to the frame, creating a super sleek look.

Are There Different UPVC Casement Window Sizes?

UPVC casement windows come in a wide range of sizes to suit your property. You can specify your casement window size in our window cost calculator to get a unique window price!

Can I Choose My Casement Window Handles?

Your double glazing installer will offer you a choice casement window handles and casement window hardware options so you can achieve the perfect look.

What is a Casement Window?

A casement window is attached to its frame by one or more hinges. A casement window is hinged at the side allowing them to open extremely wide. These windows can double up as emergency exits and are perfect for hard to reach places within the home, with many home owners installing these windows behind their kitchen sinks.

Where Can I Get A Tilt and Turn Windows Price?

You can get a tilt and turn windows price using our window cost calculator which will give you a free and unique quote within a matter of minutes.

How Does The Tilt and Turn Window Mechanism Work?

The tilt and turn window can be ‘tilted’ inwards due to its unique turning action which allows the window to be easily accessed from both inside and out. All it takes is a swift turn of the handle.

How Much Do French casement windows cost?

The cost of French casement windows will vary depending on installer but you can get an average casement windows cost using our free online quoting engine

How do UPVC Sash Windows Work?

UPVC vertical sliding sash windows are built to either slide vertically downwards or upwards. This opening function makes the UPVC sash window much easier to use compared to traditional wooden windows where the only choice is double hung and single hand.

Are UPVC Sash Windows Easy To Use?

UPVC sash windows are very easy to use. Their spiral balance mechanism allows for smooth operation so you can open and close your windows with ease. UPVC sash windows are also incredibly low maintenance and require very little cleaning.

Why Should I Choose a UPVC Sash Window?

UPVC sash windows are incredibly attractive and make a stunning addition to any property and are relatively low maintenance thank to their UPVC design. You can enjoy a traditional aesthetic for many years to come thanks to their long standing properties.

Replacement Sash Windows In A Conservation Area

If your home is a listed property or within a conservation area then you will need to seek planning permission.

How Much Do Aluminium French Doors Cost?

Unfortunately our online quoting engine does not quote for aluminium however you can get a price by calling one of our advisors on: 0800 015 5679. Or alternatively, you can contact us using our online enquiry form.

Bay or Bow Window?

Simply put, it really depends! Bay windows offer often much welcome and useful extra storage space to the frontage of homes. On the other hand, bow windows provide a curved shape alternative in terms of look compared to bay windows. They are both beautiful options and can add much character and charm to the right property.

Can Bay Windows Look Modern?

Bay windows can easily be either modern or traditional depending on the combination of glass and / or coloured uPVC profiles now available. Subsequently, its easy for these windows to seamlessly blend in with contemporary or old properties.

What Makes Flush Sash Windows Different?

Flush sash casement windows are specifically designed to imitate the appearance of traditional wooden timber windows by appearing to have the same sashes that finish 'flush' with the outside face of the window.

Should I replace my old sash windows?

Sash windows are a key feature for many traditional period buildings. Sash windows were traditionally built using timber, which is fairly high maintenance and has a tendency toward rotting and warping. Over time, these windows can become draughty and insecure. uPVC sash windows are a great way to experience the benefits of modern double glazing, without sacrificing the aesthetic of your home. uPVC sash windows will not rot or warp and require little maintenance. They are also thermally efficient, which means that your home will not require as much heating.

How much does sash window restoration cost?

The cost of sash window restoration will depend on the survey result. Standard draught proofed sash windows (without sill replacement) usually starts at about £500 per window. The time taken will also depend on the survey result.

Can I install double glazing into my original sash windows?

This will depend upon what type of window you have. Replacing existing moving sashes with new, double glazed replicas might to be possible.

How much does it cost to replace a sash window?

The cost of replacing a sash window will depend on many factors including: style, size, material and glazing. A wooden sash window will cost significantly more than a uPVC sash window. A wooden sash window can cost up to £1000. Wooden windows are more expensive to manufacture so expect to pay that bit more. uPVC sash windows can be designed to mimic wood and are much cheaper in price. The starting price for a standard uPVC sash window is on average £525.

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