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Pricing, it’s always the elephant in the room; so let’s talk about it. You’ll find many companies that will advertise a “low ball” rate to get you interested and once your on board the pricing goes through the roof. That’s not us. When you take on a home improvement project it’s stressful enough without the added worry of unexpected Replacement Window Pricing costs. 

There are a lot of variables that come in to play when pricing products. Size, quantity, style, materials, color, type, manufacturer and labor are all things that go into your total cost.  Our process is simple, when you contact one of our offices a team member will ask you questions to get a general idea of what you are looking for. We take some basic information like your name, telephone number and address, lastly we set an appointment based on your schedule to have one of our trained professionals come out to your home, measure your windows or doors then go over all of your options for replacement. Once you are satisfied with your choice we will work up an accurate estimate for you that will not change from one day to the next. 


Our team is committed to doing everything that we can to assist you in the purchase of your replacement windows & doors and to also ensure that you don’t settle for second rate products that will not last and will cheapen the look and feel of your home. We work with lenders like Synchrony Bank to help our customer finance all or even just a portion of their replacement project many times with no money down, and no payments for a year! Your Renaissance Windows & Doors Replacement Consultant has gone through training and is equipped to walk you thru the financing process, answer any questions you may have and even submit your application to Synchrony Bank for you. 


Replacement Window Pricing
Replacement Window Pricing
Replacement Window Pricing

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