Windows (Window Replacement/Window Installation/New Windows)

Dimora Remodeling also does window replacements, window installation and new windows. To get started, give us a call today to discuss your window project.

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Windows (Window Replacement/Window Installation/New Windows) Austin, Texas

If you’d like to learn more about the many different types of window replacement, window installation or new windows, contact Dimora Remodeling today. We would be glad to offer you a no-pressure consultation with one of our window experts.

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Why Choose Us?

Replacing your home windows is a big decision, Dimora Remodeling help you understand the many benefits of it. For one, new windows have the ability to update the visual appearance of your home, both inside and out.

We will ask you questions about your current home windows and help you determine which replacement option is best for you.

Window Replacement

Here at Dimora Remodeling we source replacement windows from many different manufacturers to ensure we’re able to provide window systems that address all areas of concern, appearance and functionality.

Window Installation

Window installation is a critical piece of the puzzle when it comes to increasing your home’s performance and boosting home’s appeal. Besides the quality of the window, proper window installation is needed for accurate performance of the product. There are two types of window installation, the full-frame installation and pocket installation. Our team will help you determine the best type of window installation for your home.

New Windows

New windows are primarily made for newly built homes or other new construction such as a home addition. The nail-fin frame component, which allows the windows to be nailed directly onto the home’s framing. This doesn’t mean they can only be used on newly constructed houses. There are certain conditions where new windows are the best choice for replacing existing windows.

Call Us For Your Remodeling Needs

Are you planning to renovate your room, kitchen, bathroom, attic or any part of your house or apartment? Contact us and we will discuss your plans with affordable prices.

Dimora Remodeling believe that your home should be a relaxing and comfortable place to unwind after a long and tiring day. Knowing on how you use your space, we can create a plan concentrating on the flow of the space and incorporates the design elements that will make things easier for you.

Give us a call today! Our team is more than capable of bringing your idea to life.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost on window replacement in Austin, Texas?

Window replacement cost ranges from $500 to $700 for a standard vinyl double hung window in Austin, Texas. To get a more accurate cost for your window replacement project, request a quote.

What is the difference between window replacement and new window?

The difference between replacement windows and new construction windows is that replacement windows fit right into the existing frame while new windows require the existing frame to be removed and replaced.

What is cheaper repairing window or window replacement?

Its the cost of repairing a broken glass. You can count on the average glass replacement to cost around $200 – $500.

When to Use New Windows?

If the window frames in your existing home are in bad shape, replacing windows will not be the best choice. The existing window frames would have to be removed and replaced. With all that work and labor required, it’s the perfect time to install new windows.

Do replacement windows come with sills?

Depending on where you buy your new construction window, this is solely upon the seller’s discretion. The Sills on the other hand, are likely to be purchase separately.

When should you replace your windows?

High quality windows should last between 15 and 20 years before you start to think about replacing them.

What type of windows last the longest?

Wood last the longest. Wood used to be the most popular window type in the marketplace, but now the vinyl has the top spot.