Why do window prices differ?

White vertical sliding windowsWhile other aspects of our windows are guaranteed, such as A-rated energy efficiency and industry-leading thermal performance, the price of double-glazed windows can be affected by various different factors. These include size, shape, style, material, colour, and specific hardware/furniture requirements.  

At Futureglaze, we are committed to meeting your home’s unique specifications, delivering unparalleled warmth, security and an attractive appearance on a budget that suits you.

When it comes to replacement windows, there is no one-size-fits-all approach, and therefore we cannot quote average prices. Instead, each quotation is bespoke to you and your home, tailored to ensure your new windows deliver exactly what you want. 

We’re proud to offer homeowners throughout South Wales an extensive choice of replacement window options, whether that’s different materials like uPVC or aluminium, all the way down to different opening styles like casement, bay, and flush sash. All our windows are custom-made to suit your specific needs, ensuring you get a quality product that has been designed specifically for your home.

What affects new window prices?

Standard windows fitted

The price of new replacement windows can be affected by several factors. The main ones to be aware of include:

Glazing: Double glazing, triple glazing and secondary glazing can be integrated to further enhance the heat retention qualities of your home’s windows. More complex and advanced glazing systems will increase the overall price of an installation.

Window style: There are multiple traditional and contemporary window styles available. Every home is different, and therefore so is the best style that suits. 

Colour and finish: From traditional white to attractive Chartwell Green to authentic woodgrain finishes, the colour and style of your windows will determine how they look in your home and will also determine the price. 

Hardware and furniture: In addition to the frame and glazing style, windows from Futureglaze can accommodate a range of hardware that keeps your home stylish and secure. Stays, bolts and locks all integrate seamlessly without disrupting style. 

Guarantee: A lengthy guarantee – for both the product and the installation – is a sign of high quality, and can be reflected in the overall price. At Futureglaze, our windows come backed by a 10-year guarantee to provide homeowners with peace of mind. 


Window price FAQs

Green coloured windows won a red traditional style propertyHow much does it cost to replace windows in the UK?

The cost of replacing windows depends on various factors, such as the size, style, material and glazing of the windows, as well as the number of windows and the installation fees.  As such, the average price for new windows ranges from anything between £600 to £3,600 per window, depending on options. The only way to get an accurate price is to get a professional quoatation.

How can I get a quote for new windows from Futureglaze?

To get a quote for new windows from Futureglaze, you can either book an appointment online or visit our showroom in South Wales, where you can see our fantastic selection of up-to-date designs and styles on show. Our friendly team of professionals will be happy to advise you on the best options for your home and provide you with a free, no-obligation quote. We are also accredited by quality-assurance champions FENSA, CHAS and Construction Line, so you can trust us to deliver high-quality products and services

What are the cheapest window styles and frames?

The cheapest window style is usually the traditional casement window, which is hinged at the side or the top and opens outwards. The cheapest frame material tends to be uPVC, which is durable, low-maintenance and energy-efficient. However, you may also want to consider other factors besides price, such as aesthetics, security, ventilation and noise reduction. At Futureglaze, we offer a range of window styles and frames to suit your preferences and budget.