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Replacement windows can shield your home from water damage, boost its energy efficiency, and provide it with some additional aesthetic appeal. Local installers recognize that homeowners would rather not pay a pretty penny for window replacement in Seattle. They work with affordable materials that don't compromise on durability.

Most Hands-Free Install
Renewal by Andersen logo
4.7/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

  • Full-service installation
  • Large window selection
  • Nearly 30 years of experience

SAVE $375 OFF EACH WINDOW AND $775 OFF EACH DOOR*

Best Financing
Champion logo
4.4/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

  • Full-service installation
  • In-house, U.S.-made products
  • More than 70 years of experience

Save 35% + $100 off per window!

Most Customizable
Power Home logo
4.3/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

  • Full-service remodeling
  • 96% satisfaction rate
  • More than 30 years of experience

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10 Best Window Replacement Companies in Seattle

Brands are algorithmically curated from a database of local service providers near you. We require a minimum number of Google reviews and average ratings for provider inclusion.

The services on this list will make window replacement in Seattle as straightforward as possible.

The This Old House Reviews Team assessed scores of window companies in and around Seattle. We took into account the following factors to identify the best window replacement providers:

  • Services and warranties
  • Product quality
  • Customer reviews and recommendations
  • Professional experience and licensure
  • Energy-efficiency guarantees

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Top Rated

Renewal by Andersen of Western Washington

5/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 1,513 reviews


700 S Renton Village Pl Suite 600, Renton, WA 98057

(206) 777-0954

renewmywindows.com
Featured Partner
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Top Rated

Champion Replacement Windows of Seattle

5/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 593 reviews


19406 68th Ave S, Kent, WA 98032

(206) 455-9527

www.championwindow.com/Seattle
Featured Partner
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Top Rated

DaBella

4.8/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 316 reviews


2601 Cherry Ave Suite 304, Bremerton, WA 98310

(360) 347-9942

dabella.us/location/olympic-peninsula
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West Seattle Window & Door LLC

4.7/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 26 reviews


1416 SW Roxbury St, Seattle, WA 98106

(206) 890-1910

westseattlewindows.com
Einar Johanson Window & Door Logo

Einar Johanson Window & Door

4.7/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 142 reviews


922 N 128th St, Seattle, WA 98133

(206) 362-4031

www.ejseattle.com

Orca Roofing & Exteriors

4.7/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 46 reviews


16301 NE 8th St Suite 253, Bellevue, WA 98008

(425) 584-6722

www.orcaroofing.com

Lake Washington Windows and Doors

4.6/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 57 reviews


4500 9th Ave NE Suite 300, Seattle, WA 98105

(425) 272-9486

lakewashingtonwindows.com
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Windorco Supply Inc.

4.6/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 133 reviews


1201 NW 92nd St, Seattle, WA 98117

(206) 784-9440

windorco.com

7Glass - Mirror, Shower Door, Window Repair and Replacement

4.6/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 85 reviews


2020 124th Ave NE #C 102, Bellevue, WA 98005

(206) 707-5082

www.7glass.us
Sound View Window & Door, Inc Logo

Sound View Window & Door, Inc

4.5/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 26 reviews


12301 Lake City Way NE, Seattle, WA 98125

(206) 572-3411

www.soundviewwindowanddoor.com

Best of the rest

Below are home warranty companies that provide decent coverage but fell short of top scores in our rating system. We recommend these only for specific coverage needs.

  • Pacific Glass, Inc.

    4.5/ 5

    221 Airport Wy, Renton, WA 98057

    (425) 277-1800

  • Hy-Lite Mirror & Glass

    4.4/ 5

    1416 NW 51st St, Seattle, WA 98107

    (206) 632-5505

  • Apex Energy Solutions

    4.4/ 5

    5224 Wilson Ave S UNIT 102, Seattle, WA 98118

    (425) 272-5606

  • Maritime Roofing and Construction

    4.4/ 5

    10856 Des Moines Memorial Dr S, Seattle, WA 98168

    (206) 673-6057

  • Windows, Doors & More

    4.4/ 5

    5961 Corson Ave S Ste. 100, Seattle, WA 98108

    (206) 782-1011

  • The Glass Guru

    4.5/ 5

    14572 NE 95th St, Redmond, WA 98052

    (425) 620-4348

Facts about Seattle

  • Annual Energy Efficient Windows Savings:
    $366
  • Average Max Temperature:
    54°F
  • Average Min Temperature:
    41°F
  • Average Daily Sunlight:
    50%
  • Average Annual Snowfall:
    4.0”
  • Average Monthly Precipitation:
    5.90”

How To Choose a Window Company in Seattle

Trustworthiness is key when it comes to choosing a window installer. However, your chosen company should also match your priorities and understand your vision. Keep in mind the following factors during your company search:

Window Cost by Type

When you're shopping for new windows, it's important to remember that there's more to cost than just purchase price. You want a high-quality and durable window. Choosing cheap replacement windows could actually raise your overall cost, since they come with a reduced lifespan and more intensive maintenance needs. The style, size, and material of your replacement windows play the largest role in determining your final cost. Transom windows are inexpensive with their simple size and straightforward form factor, while new skylights cost more to prepare for and install. It's advisable to consult a trusted window installer to determine your best options.

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
Arched$243-$1,493
Awning$352-$981
Bay$811-$6,018
Custom$361-$1,003
Casement$281-$1,627
Double-hung$131-$847
Egress$241-$601
Glass Block$48-$609
Picture$211-$1,560
Single-hung$95-$1,605
Skylight$120-$1,449
Sliding$276-$1,404
Storm$57-$397
Transom$294-$615

*Our team sourced and verified this cost data by analyzing RSMeans construction estimates, national material and labor costs, and quotes obtained during our in-house consumer focus groups.

Window Material Cost

Replacement window prices also vary based on material. Each option offers different benefits depending on the local climate and energy-saving goals. Vinyl and fiberglass are readily-available materials, so they tend to cost less. Likewise, aluminum and composites look sleek and stay strong against the elements, so they tend to cost more.

Window TypesAverage Cost
Aluminum$57-$1,605
Composite$579-$1,302
Fiberglass$95-$811
Vinyl$195-$1,805
Wood$290-$1,627

*Our team sourced and verified this cost data by analyzing RSMeans construction estimates, national material and labor costs, and quotes obtained during our in-house consumer focus groups.

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 factor in the cost of labor, guarantees, and any other additional costs that your project may entail.

Experience and Training

The longer a window provider has been in business, the better its workmanship will likely be. Call a company representative to learn more about its experience, public and private credentials, and guarantees. Company websites often keep photo galleries showing off previous work technicians have done.

Licensing and Credentials

The Washington state government requires every contractor and subcontractor to register with the state Department of Labor and Industries, no matter their income or specialty. A window installer should carry at least one of these license classifications:

  • Millwork
  • Glass and glazing
  • Handyman
  • Window coverings
Window installers must also carry a minimum surety bond and liability insurance coverage.

Types of Windows Offered

The style of window you want should play a role in your company choice. Not every installer will necessarily be familiar with the window brand you want. A company website will show more about the varieties of windows it works with, such as:

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

Customer Feedback

Reading other customers' stories is one of the best ways to screen window companies in your area. You can find customer reviews on websites like Trustpilot, Google, the BBB, and Yelp. 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.

Frequently Asked Questions about Window Replacement in Seattle

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