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Written By Max Peterson|Last Updated: May 18, 2024

The scorching summer days in Maricopa can reach up to 100°F. To help keep your home cool, you deserve reliable windows that weather the heat. If your windows are aging or showing signs of damage, it's likely time to install new ones. Hiring a professional window company will help you get the best results and help you prevent costly mistakes from attempting to handle the job yourself.

Top Pick
  • Full-service installation
  • Large window selection
  • Nearly 30 years of experience
Best Financing
  • Full-service installation
  • In-house, U.S.-made products
  • More than 70 years of experience
Most Customizable
  • Full-service remodeling
  • 96% satisfaction rate
  • More than 30 years of experience

Top 10 Maricopa Window Installation Companies

We recommend these local window companies for your window replacement project in Maricopa.

The This Old House Reviews Team evaluated scores of window replacement companies in and around Maricopa. We used the following metrics to select the best window replacement installers:

  • Customer reviews and recommendations
  • Services and warranties
  • Energy-efficiency guarantees
  • Professional experience and licensure
  • Product quality
Champion Replacement Windows of Phoenix Logo

Champion Replacement Windows of Phoenix

Based on 46 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Window Replacement/installationGlass DoorsDouble-HungBay Windows


  • Free assessment
  • Price transparency
  • Good customer service
2135 S 11th Ave Suite 110, Phoenix, AZ 623-201-4470 championwindow.com
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Window World of Phoenix

Based on 180 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Bay WindowsVinyl FramesGlass DoorsEnergy-Efficient OptionsWindow Replacement/installation


  • Educational website
  • Free assessment
  • Good customer service
2530 W Holly St, Phoenix, AZ 602-962-5164 windowworldphoenix.com
DaBella Logo


Based on 137 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Double-HungGlass DoorsWindow Replacement/installationVinyl Frames


  • Good customer service
  • Timely service
459 N Gilbert Rd Building A 198, Gilbert, AZ 602-878-6998 dabella.us
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Glass King

Based on 143 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Glass ShowersGlass RepairCustom GlassMirrorsTempered GlassEnergy-Efficient OptionsGlass DoorsWindow RepairWindow Replacement/installation


  • Educational website
  • Price transparency
  • Good customer service
116 N Roosevelt Ave #111, Chandler, AZ 480-389-5656 glassking.com
American Vision Windows Logo

American Vision Windows

Based on 737 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Glass ShowersMetal FramesGlass DoorsWindow Replacement/installation


  • Price transparency
  • Educational website
  • Free assessment
377 S Hamilton Ct, Gilbert, AZ 480-418-1820 americanvisionwindowsaz.com
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Southwest Blinds & Shutters

Based on 449 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Window Replacement/installation


  • Price transparency
  • Educational website
  • Free assessment
1451 E Williams Field Rd #105, Gilbert, AZ 480-415-8542 southwestblinds.com
Affordable Windows Plus Exteriors Logo

Affordable Windows Plus Exteriors

Based on 382 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Window Replacement/installationTriple Pane GlassEnergy-Efficient OptionsDouble-HungVinyl FramesBay WindowsGlass Doors


  • Price transparency
  • Free assessment
  • Educational website
1730 W Sunrise Blvd # B-101, Gilbert, AZ 480-736-2822 affordablewindowsofaz.com
Pella Windows & Doors of Gilbert Logo

Pella Windows & Doors of Gilbert

Based on 299 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Double-HungWindow Replacement/installationGlass Doors


  • Good customer service
  • Price transparency
  • Educational website
190 S Mcqueen Rd Suite 101, Gilbert, AZ 480-355-3800 pella.com
Lifetime Windows and Doors in Phoenix AZ Logo

Lifetime Windows and Doors in Phoenix AZ

Based on 825 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Energy-Efficient OptionsDouble-HungWindow Replacement/installationGlass ShowersFiberglass FramesCustom Window DesignsGlass Doors


  • Price transparency
  • Educational website
  • Free assessment
4141 S 36th St, Phoenix, AZ 480-550-9993 lifetimewindows.com

More Local Window Companies

Greco Roman Construction & Design

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

385 E Warner Rd Ste 3
Chandler, AZ 85225

True View Windows & Glass

User Reviews: 4.9/5 

2222 E Jones Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85040

Dreamstyle Remodeling

User Reviews: 5/5 

3732 E University Dr
Phoenix, AZ 85034

Milgard Windows & Doors

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

120 E Corporate Pl Suite 10
Chandler, AZ 85225

Retro Pro Kitchen & Bath Remodeling

User Reviews: 4.4/5 

2885 N Nevada St Ste 180
Chandler, AZ 85225

Optum Home Solutions, LLC

User Reviews: 4.4/5 

1156 W Southern Ave Suite 105-106
Tempe, AZ 85282

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Facts about Maricopa
Annual Energy Efficient Windows Savings:$435
Average Max Temp:81°F
Average Min Temp:61°F
Average Daily Sunlight:72%
Average Annual Snowfall:0"
Average Monthly Precipitation:1.02"

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How To Choose a Window Company in Maricopa

An exceptional reputation is crucial when it comes to choosing a window company. However, your chosen company should also match your needs and understand your vision. Think about the following factors during your company search:

Window Cost by Type

When it comes to window replacement, value is paramount. Each window you replace should deliver maximum durability at an affordable price point. Although top-of-the-line replacement windows may cost more upfront, they often yield better long-term value due to their extended lifespan. The age of your home, in addition to the styles, sizes, and materials of windows you opt for, can affect pricing. Single-hung windows often cost less due to their straightforward style and simple mechanisms, while a custom-cut arch window in a master suite will cost more. If you're undecided, a window specialist can help you determine which options are ideal for your home.

In this table, you can find cost data for the most common residential window types to determine how much you might pay.

Window TypesAverage Cost
Glass Block$41-$521

Window Material Cost

Materials also help determine a window's cost. You might pick a material based on the local climate, your desired look, and your energy efficiency goals. For example, windows made of wood can give your home an organic design without breaking the bank, but you'll have to invest more toward maintenance. Aluminum and composite windows cost more up-front, but they're incredibly durable against the elements, so you'll spend far less on maintenance.

Window TypesAverage Cost

Other Window Replacement Costs

Ask each contractor you're evaluating about labor costs, warranty fees, and permit fees. This will help you get a better picture of the overall expenses involved in the project.

Experience and Training

Choose a business that focuses on window repair and installation, and look for this information on its website:

  • How long it's been serving the Maricopa area
  • Photo galleries of projects its crews completed
  • Private certificates attesting to its workmanship
The more experience a company has, the better its service and workmanship.

Licensing and Credentials

Any window service provider whose job contracts cost $1,000 or more needs a license from the Arizona Registrar of Contractors. To be eligible, a contractor must pass business and trade exams and have at least four years of practical experience. While the state has a "handyman exemption" for jobs under $1,000, it does not apply to jobs that call for building permits.

Types of Windows Offered

No two businesses offer the same window designs and materials. Find one that focuses on the type you want for your home.

Finally, pay close attention to the materials that a window company uses. Each window frame material has a different energy efficiency level, price point and life span. A company will usually specify whether the windows they place use fiberglass, composite, vinyl, metal, or wood.

Customer Feedback

Reading other customers' stories is one of the smartest ways to screen different window replacement companies. Read customer reviews on sites such as Google, Trustpilot, and Yelp. You can also view customer reviews and company ratings on the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website. Referrals can also help you in your company search. Ask each company you're interested in for a list of references, and talk to family and friends about who they use for window installations.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Window Replacement in Maricopa

How could new windows help my energy efficiency?

In Maricopa specifically, most homeowners using efficient windows lower their carbon emissions by 440 pounds per year. This means they save $440 on their annual electricity costs.

The U.S. Department of Energy states that 25%–30% of a home's heating and cooling capacity is used to compensate for heat gain and heat loss through windows. By investing in new, more efficient windows, you can improve your home's energy efficiency and minimize your electricity bills.

Does window replacement involve pulling permits?

The answer to this question will depend on your local building codes and regulations. Some towns require permits for window replacement projects, especially those that involve structural changes or alterations to the window openings. We recommend checking with your local building department or contact a professional before undertaking any window replacement work.

Is it better to replace all my windows at once, or just a few at a time?

To form a window replacement strategy, consider your financial situation, home improvement goals, and energy efficiency targets. A gradual replacement enables budget management and focus on the windows that need the most attention, but you'll also notice lesser improvements in efficiency. A whole-home replacement will be more expensive up front, but you'll see a more noticeable energy efficiency improvement.

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