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Question DetailsAsked on 5/15/2015

Have a slider want it placed into an open that has a window. How much should that cost?

I have a slider that I want installed into a location that has a window. Slider is not as wide as opening. Approximately how much should that cost? Including repair of drywall and exterior stucco and paint?

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For simple stucco and drywall, ASSUMING only patch-matching and NOT repainting entire wall to get a perfect color match, probably about $200-300 range for the remove old window and install new one (assuming it also is no higher than existing window), probably about $150-200 for the drywall repair and painting, and about same amount or a bit more for the stucco fill-in and painting. Might be a fair amount cheaper if done by a general contractor who has men with those abilities in-house. Plus permit cost if required.

Get a couple of bids, because this sort of very small job tends to bring in a wide variety of bids, and of course going with small contractors is likely to work better for you and get it done quicker - otherwise it would be a fill-in time jopb for a larger firms and might sit weeks partly done.

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