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Written By Max Peterson|Last Updated: February 05, 2024

You might be installing new windows to upgrade your home's appearance, improve your energy efficiency, or protect your home from the rain and gusty winds. Local installers recognize that homeowners would prefer not to pay a high price for window replacement in Reading. They work with cost-efficient materials that don't compromise on durability.

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  • 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 Reading Window Installation Companies

We've assembled this list of contractors that specialize in window replacement in Reading.

Reading residents can trust the This Old House Reviews Team to provide relevant and up-to-date window company recommendations in their area. To determine which installers are the best, we focus on these five criteria:

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

Champion Replacement Windows of Philadelphia

Based on 33 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Bay WindowsWindow Replacement/installationGlass DoorsDouble-Hung


  • Good customer service
  • Price transparency
  • Free assessment
1256 N Church St Unit 1, Moorestown, NJ 267-297-4669 championwindow.com
Window World of Lehigh Valley Logo

Window World of Lehigh Valley

Based on 78 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Vinyl FramesWindow Replacement/installationBay WindowsGlass DoorsDouble-HungEnergy-Efficient Options


  • Educational website
  • Price transparency
  • Good customer service
3220 Mauch Chunk Rd, Coplay, PA 610-432-6878 windowworldallentown.com
Morrison Custom Construction LLC Logo

Morrison Custom Construction

Based on 26 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Window RepairEnergy-Efficient OptionsWindow Replacement/installation


  • Price transparency
  • Free assessment
  • Good customer service
182 Golf Course Rd, Mohnton, PA 610-636-9637 morrisoncustomconstruction.com
Good's Glass Services Logo

Good's Glass Services

Based on 49 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Glass ShowersMirrorsGlass RepairWindow Replacement/installationEnergy-Efficient Options


    280 Orchard Rd, Mohnton, PA 717-445-5708 goodsglass.com
    B&G Glass Logo

    B&G Glass

    Based on 100 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Glass ShowersMirrorsCustom GlassWindow Replacement/installation


    • Good customer service
    • Educational website
    • Timely service
    2668 Leisczs Bridge Rd, Leesport, PA 610-372-7868 bgglass.com
    Install America Logo

    Install America

    Based on 708 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Double-HungBay WindowsWindow Replacement/installationVinyl FramesGlass Doors


    • Free assessment
    • Educational website
    • Price transparency
    1353 Alleghenyville Rd, Mohnton, PA 866-670-5213 installamerica.com
    AJ Window & Door Solutions Logo

    AJ Window & Door Solutions

    Based on 22 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Double-HungBay WindowsWindow Replacement/installation


    • Good customer service
    • Price transparency
    • Timely service
    151 Main St, Shoemakersville, PA 610-562-2209 ajwds.com
    Viwinco Windows Logo

    Viwinco Windows

    Based on 208 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Storm/impact WindowsGlass DoorsBay WindowsDouble-HungWindow Replacement/installationEnergy-Efficient OptionsCustom Window DesignsCustom GlassVinyl Frames


    • Educational website
    • Good customer service
    • Price transparency
    851 Hemlock Rd, Morgantown, PA 610-286-8884 viwinco.com
    Bally Glass & Shower Door Logo

    Bally Glass & Shower Door

    Based on 18 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Energy-Efficient OptionsTempered GlassStorm/impact WindowsWindow Replacement/installationGlass DoorsWindow RepairGlass ShowersMirrors


    • Price transparency
    • Good customer service
    • Educational website
    111 Race St, Bechtelsville, PA 484-415-0570 ballyglassandshowerdoor.com

    More Local Window Companies

    A.D. Moyer Lumber, Inc.

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    1200 E Philadelphia Ave
    Gilbertsville, PA 19525

    Ronafa Window & Door

    User Reviews: 4.6/5 

    400 W Main St
    Ephrata, PA 17522

    CS Stauffer & Sons Inc

    User Reviews: 4.3/5 

    928 N Railroad Ave
    New Holland, PA 17557

    Keystone Window of Pennsylvania

    User Reviews: 4.4/5 

    190 Moser Rd
    Pottstown, PA 19464

    Maple Crest Construction LLC

    User Reviews: 4.7/5 

    390 N Sandy Hill Rd
    Coatesville, PA 19320

    Alderfer Glass Company

    User Reviews: 4.6/5 

    205 W Ridge Pike
    Royersford, PA 19468

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    Facts about Reading
    Annual Energy Efficient Windows Savings:$303
    Average Max Temp:59°F
    Average Min Temp:44°F
    Average Daily Sunlight:53%
    Average Annual Snowfall:19.8"
    Average Monthly Precipitation:3.91"

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    How To Choose a Window Company in Reading

    It's crucial to find a window company that meets your unique values, needs, and preferences. Consider the following points during your search:

    Window Cost by Type

    Replacing your windows is a major purchase, so balancing cost with quality is important. Although premium windows may come with a higher initial price tag, they often yield better long-term value due to their longer lifespan. The age of your home, together with the sizes, materials, and styles of windows you opt for, can influence pricing. Single-hung windows often cost less due to their straightforward style and simple mechanisms, while new skylights cost more to prepare for and install. It's wise to speak with a trusted installer to figure out your ideal options.

    To help you form a rough estimate, this table shows the typical cost of the most common residential window types.

    Window TypesAverage Cost
    Glass Block$48-$611

    Window Material Cost

    You'll also need to pick a window material. Homeowners frequently make their selection by considering energy efficiency objectives, aesthetic preferences and the local climate. Aluminum windows are perfect for sleek, modern designs, but they cost more up-front. Wood windows cost less up-front, but you'll need to invest in regular maintenance to prevent the frame from warping and wear. Vinyl is readily available and tends to cost less, but don't underestimate its strong durability and low maintenance needs.

    Window TypesAverage Cost

    Other Window Replacement Costs

    Your contractor will factor the price for your windows and the value of their services into its total estimate. Make sure to take into account the cost of installation, warranties, and any other additional costs that your project may need.

    Experience and Training

    Peruse a company's website and chat with a representative to learn more about its product and service offerings, pricing, and warranties. Many companies also keep online portfolios that exhibit past projects.

    Ensure that the company focuses on window replacement. The more specialized training its staff has, and the longer it has been in business, the more likely it will deliver top-notch service.

    Licensing and Credentials

    While Pennsylvania window contractors don't need to hold a state license, they must still register with the attorney general's office and follow written contract requirements for residential jobs over $500 in value. Some cities, including Philadelphia, require licensure and have liability insurance standards.

    Types of Windows Offered

    No two companies offer the same window styles and materials. Look for one that specializes in the type you want for your home.

    • Awning
    • Bay
    • Bow
    • Casement
    • Crank-out
    • Custom
    • Double- or single-hung
    • Egress
    • Garden
    • Jalousie
    • Picture
    • Sliding
    • Skylight
    • Specialty
    • Storm
    • Transom
    • Vent
    Also, check the kind of window framing materials a company works with. Each material has distinct price points, life spans, and energy performance capabilities. Common materials include composite, aluminum, vinyl, fiberglass and wood.

    Customer Feedback

    Perhaps the best way to screen window companies for your job is to find out what previous customers have said about them. Trustworthy sources for customer reviews include Google, Yelp, and Trustpilot Speak with people you know who have used a company you're interested in, and ask a representative for a copy of its reference list.

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    Frequently Asked Questions About Window Replacement in Reading

    How could new windows help my energy efficiency?

    Reading homeowners could potentially save $300 each year by installing efficient windows. They'll also decrease their property's carbon dioxide emissions by 290 pounds per year.

    According to the national Department of Energy, as much as 33% of a house's HVAC usage is to compensate for the heat or cold entering through windows. Energy-efficient windows help keep heat out in the summertime and retain heat in the wintertime, both protecting your comfort and saving you money.

    Are there tax incentives for installing energy-efficient windows?

    Yes. No matter where you're located, you can claim a federal tax credit of up to $3,200 per year on up to 30% of your window replacement's cost. Further, most state and some local authorities offer tax credits of their own. We recommend checking with your local government for specific information about tax incentives available in your area.

    What are some important metrics to know when I shop for replacement windows?

    You can determine the quality of a window by looking at some key numbers, including the following:
    • Air leakage rating, which indicates how tight a window's seal is
    • Condensation resistance, which rates how a window manages moisture
    • U-factor, which shows a window's temperature-insulating capability
    • Visible transmittance, which shows how much visible light passes through a window
    • Solar heat gain coefficient, which evaluates how much heat from sunlight can pass through the window

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