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Question DetailsAsked on 10/20/2017

cut wall cedar siding and install window

do not have window in the dining room and would like to have a window placed there. The outside is cedar.

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A small window - not over about 29 inches wide so it fits inside a pair of studs, you MIGHT get for $500-600 if you can fit it between studs in the chosen area - in a wood framed wall as I presume you have. Generally, more like $800-1000 range for a new bedroom or kitchen sized (about 2x3 feet) window in a wall, and for a normal dining-room sized window (commonly a picture window or several adjacent about 14 inch vertical strip windows) generally you are going to be closer to $2000 range - assuming a double or triple-pane window depending on your climate. A large picture window or bay window commonly you are looking at $3000 plus or minus $1000 range. If you get bids with good quality windows for less than that, then consider yourself lucky or be thankful uyou live in a very low priced area.


A Windows contractor is your Search the List category to find well-rated and reviewed contractors to bid for this - or if doing a general remodel your General Contractor can have it done.

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