Top 3 window replacement services in Omaha, NE

Porch Pro Headshot Ace Handyman Services South Pittsburgh
Fix those holes and dents in your drywall with the 5-star-rated service of Handyman Matters South Pittsburgh from Luke, MD.
1610 4th St, Monongahela, PA
412-532-3400
Porch Pro Headshot Juarez Painting and Remodeling, LLC
"Marlon provides quality work and service. Juarez Painting is clean, reliable, and easy to work with. They pay attention to detail and complete projects on time. I would recommend Juarez Painting for any residential or commercial project."
5739 N 34th St, Omaha, NE
402-813-8322
Porch Pro Headshot Construct Visions LLC
Dominic Phillips is a native of Omaha, Nebraska and is the owner operator of Construct Visions LLC. Dominic is the person our customers will see most. He will be the one you meet with about estimates and will also be the one who is installing your product or completing your job. He has over 18 year...Read more about Construct Visions LLC
PO Box 754, Elkhorn, NE
402-320-0201

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Porch Pro Headshot John's Residential and Commercial Property Maintenance
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
(5)
"John has done numerous home improvements for me. He has installed a wood floor in my living room, done trim work and painting, and rebuilt and reinforced my deck. All around good guy to have for your home maintenance."
"John has done numerous home improvements for me. He has installed a wood floor in my living room, done trim work and painting, and rebuilt and reinforced my deck. All around good guy to have for your home maintenance."
Porch Pro Headshot TEK HOME SERVICES
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
(3)
"TEK did some work for us on a house we were getting ready to sell. They washed and stained our deck, did some fence repairs, replaced smoke alarms, and fixed a shower door. We had to do this from a distance because we were living in a different state by the time the house went on the market. They d...Read more about TEK HOME SERVICES
"TEK did some work for us on a house we were getting ready to sell. They washed and stained our deck, did some fence repairs, replaced smoke alarms, and fixed a shower door. We had to do this from a distance because we were living in a different state by the time the house went on the market. They d...Read more about TEK HOME SERVICES
Porch Pro Headshot DRD Home Services
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
We are a full-service interior and exterior Omaha home additions and remodeling company. With over thirty years of experience, we provide superior craftsmanship and value, enabling your dreams to become reality. DRD Home Services combines ingenuity, creative design, and outstanding craftsmanship lik...Read more about DRD Home Services
We are a full-service interior and exterior Omaha home additions and remodeling company. With over thirty years of experience, we provide superior craftsmanship and value, enabling your dreams to become reality. DRD Home Services combines ingenuity, creative design, and outstanding craftsmanship lik...Read more about DRD Home Services
Porch Pro Headshot Energy Armor Windows
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
Local family owned company! Energy Star Top Rated Window! Best of Lincoln winner!
Local family owned company! Energy Star Top Rated Window! Best of Lincoln winner!
Porch Pro Headshot Q's Home Svc
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
(2)
"I hired Q's Home Services to remodel my parents' master bath/shower for wheelchair accessibility. My mother was concerned that having strangers in the house would be disruptive to my father who was also in failing health. Quinton and his son, Nick were very friendly and my mother felt at ease wit...Read more about Q's Home Svc
"I hired Q's Home Services to remodel my parents' master bath/shower for wheelchair accessibility. My mother was concerned that having strangers in the house would be disruptive to my father who was also in failing health. Quinton and his son, Nick were very friendly and my mother felt at ease wit...Read more about Q's Home Svc
Porch Pro Headshot Premier Business & Home Services
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
(1)
"Premier came out to remodel our whole house and wow did Mike and the crew do a great job! From day one he communicated well and kept us informed daily. Even when I kept changing my mind on tile he was patient! They did a great job and everything turned out beautiful!"
"Premier came out to remodel our whole house and wow did Mike and the crew do a great job! From day one he communicated well and kept us informed daily. Even when I kept changing my mind on tile he was patient! They did a great job and everything turned out beautiful!"
Porch Pro Headshot Handyman on Command
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
(5)

Costs to Install Replacement Windows

$470 - $729
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Frequently asked questions about window companies

Window replacement isn’t complicated, so a beginner can do it provided they follow the instructions. Whether you’re doing your own home window replacement or hiring a pro, it’s an inexpensive project that’ll run you roughly $100 to $250.

You may want to consider replacing your windows if there is visible damage to them, a draft is coming through, or condensation is forming on the inside of the window.

Here’s how you do a home window replacement:

  1. Remove and set aside the inside stop.
  2. Remove the lower window sash, the parting stop, and the top sash.
  3. Remove all materials associated with the sash.
  4. Stuff the sash pockets with insulation.
  5. Fit the replacement window in place and put mounting screws in at the sides.
  6. Apply caulking around the outside edge of the window.
  7. Put the old inside stop back in its spot.
  8. Install your trim, and then apply caulk to seal up the top and bottom of the window.

While installing a window replacement is a simple procedure, you may wish to hire a contractor anyway.

Most people are familiar with the more common window types, such as the bay window or the slider window. There are over 15 different types of household windows, but listed below are the 10 most common window types for the home.

  1. Bay. Bay windows are designed to stick out rather than being flush with the wall. They form a recessed area inside, which can be used as a seat or a shelf.
  2. Slider. A slider window is designed with side-by-side panes, which open or close by sliding on a track.
  3. Casement. Casement windows feature window panes that open outward from a side axle. Like awning windows, they open and close with a crank or lever.
  4. Egress. Egress windows are mainly functional in that they offer a potential exit route from a room in case of fire or other emergencies. Basements are often fitted with egress windows.
  5. Single hung. A single hung window opens and closes vertically, using only one window sash.
  6. Double hung. Double hung windows are identical to single hung windows, except they use two sashes.
  7. Picture. Picture windows do not open. Instead, they feature large window panes that allow you to have a mostly unobstructed view.
  8. Awning. Awning windows open outward, usually with a small crank handle or a lever, forming an awning that is designed to allow airflow while keeping rain out.
  9. Glass block. Built entirely of glass blocks, this kind of window allows natural light in while maintaining your privacy.
  10. Arched. Arched windows have a rounded top that adds architectural flair to your home, but they’re not designed to open.

The cost of a home window replacement depends on a few different factors. The average cost is around $300 per window, without considering the cost of labor or other materials. The actual price range is between $230 and $370 per window, while the cost of labor and extra materials is between $430 and $680.

Here’s a list of some of the biggest factors affecting the price of your window replacement:

  • Window type. Single hung windows have a price range of $100 to $400, while bay windows have a range of $500 to $2,500.
  • Energy efficiency. Energy-efficient windows can cost from $120 to $1,200, with a further $200 to $800 per window in labor costs.
  • Type of material. Windows can have aluminum, vinyl, wood, or composite frames. Aluminum windows will cost you around $130 for a double hung window of average size, while a composite window of the same dimensions will cost you around $1,300.
  • Contractor vs. DIY. Installing a replacement window on your own means only paying for the window and any materials. Hiring a contractor will add the cost of labor onto the price of your window replacement.
  • Location. The room you’re installing a window in can impact the cost of the window. For example, living room windows are typically larger than those in any other room, so they’ll cost more.

A window screen allows you the benefit of airflow without all the flying bugs and debris that can come with it. Unfortunately, window screens can get damaged. When that happens, they can’t do the job they are intended to do. Fortunately, replacing a damaged window screen is not difficult.

Here’s how you can replace your own:

  1. Open the window completely so that the entire screen is accessible.
  2. Pull the bottom lift tabs upward to release the bottom of the screen from the window.
  3. Gently pull the top part of the screen down and out of the window.
  4. Place the top part of the new screen into the screen track at the top of the window.
  5. Using the bottom lift tabs, guide the screen into the bottom screen track.
  6. Once the screen is in place, let go of the lift tabs and allow the screen to settle into place.
  7. Make sure there are no gaps around the outside of the screen.

When choosing a home window replacement, you’ll need to do your due diligence and research different brands, types, and materials. Conducting brand research is fortunately an easy task, but it does require time.

Here’s how you can research the different brands of windows:

Start by determining the kind of window you need. Then, go online and search for “best replacement windows.” Your search results will provide you with a selection of brands and articles detailing the pros and cons of the top brands. From that selection, write down at least five brands that offer the type of window you need, and jot down the pros and cons of each.

Write down the price points for each replacement window brand, including any other relevant facts like where to buy them offline. Make sure to read customer reviews. The pros and cons will give you the basic facts of a brand, but customer reviews will let you know how well the brands perform in real situations.

It’s also useful to consider the customer service offered by any brand. If your replacement window happens to break or has some kind of manufacturer defect, you’ll need to know that the company will provide good customer service and address the problem in a positive way.

Knowledge is key in any renovation, and window maintenance is no different. Before you set about your home window replacement project, there are some things you should know.

Is condensation a problem with my windows? One of the first signs that a window is starting to fail is the accumulation of moisture on the inside of the window or between the panes. If not addressed , moisture in your window can translate into a growth of mildew or mold. Before you pull out your old window, ensure the moisture can’t be attributed to something else, like high temperatures or poor ventilation when cooking.

What is a window’s life expectancy? A well-maintained window will usually last from 20 to 50 years, depending on the type of window.

When replacing windows, should you replace them all at once? If your windows aren’t all damaged, then you should not feel pressured to replace them all unless you want to. Other than providing a unified look, there’s no practical reason to replace all the windows in your home in one project.

How do you choose windows for your home? Home window replacement can seem confusing, but you need to consider the type of window, the framing material, and your budget. The window you choose should meet all your criteria.

On the outside, single hung and double hung windows look basically the same. The difference is in how they function: a single hung window uses only one sash, and only the bottom part of the window opens. A double hung window features two sashes, and both the top and bottom parts of the window can be opened. Both types offer a quality window replacement option, even though they function a bit differently.

Here’s a quick look at the pros and cons of each type to help you decide:

Single Hung Windows – This window type is often the most affordable. It's customizable and needs little maintenance, making it great for smaller rooms. However, they offer limited ventilation and can be challenging to clean.

Double Hung Windows – While not as affordable as single hung windows, double they're affordable enough to meet many budgets. They offer increased ventilation due to their double sash design, are customizable, and easy to clean. Yet, they offer minimal energy efficiency, can be difficult to open if not installed properly, and need frequent dusting on the bottom sill.

Recent reviews for Omaha window replacement companies

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Can't say enough wonderful things about Joel and his crew. They refinished my deck, added railings and benches and remodeled my basement after flooding. All jobs were done with outstanding craftsmanship and to my complete satisfaction. His team was always...

- Anna Bone
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Construct Visions LLC installed replaced and installed windows at our home in an exemplary manner. Dominic, Dan and Jeremy were very professional and contentious of all items within our home. The preparation, installation and cleanup at the job site was...

- Rondel Korbelik
310053

Over promised and undelivered.

- Martina Nixon
19835

Fair pricing, quick work, great results. Marlon is awesome to work with!

- Ben Katt
19833

We hired them to remodel kitchen cabinets in our rental property in Bellevue and they did a fantastic job! We are now using them to install hard wood floors in our house in West Omaha. Marlon is very personable and does quality work.

- Patrick Smith
45513

I have been working with Quinton Bogard for over 25 years and highly recommend him to my clients.

- Jeff Rensch
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Wish I could have given less than one star rating; this contractor did a very poor installation of a laminate floor in my kitchen and dining areas. The floor is sagging and splitting. Requests for remediation have been ignored and I have repeatedly been t...

- Robert L.
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Very nice work. Great company

- Tammy Warchol
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Would recommend.

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Everything You Need to Know About Omaha Window Companies

What does Window Replacement work in Omaha involve?

Whether you’re in Omaha or another city, window replacement jobs typically involve The replacement of existing windows; utilizing existing, framed opening You may also find that other types of services are needed for your Omaha window replacement project. Services such as:

  • Window Construction: 50 window construction services available in Omaha.

Are there any unscreened window replacement companies in Omaha I can browse?

Yes. We found the following unscreened window replacement companies serving the Omaha area. Please be advised that these companies and contractors have not been pre-screened, meaning they may not have active licenses or accreditations for operating in Omaha or NE. Be sure to pre-screen them yourself before hiring:

  • Quality Home Exteriors, LLC:
    • BBB Rating: A+
    • Active/Verified License: No, current status is inactive
  • Home Science Solutions:
    • BBB Rating: A
    • Active/Verified License: No, current status is inactive
  • Home Pros:
    • BBB Rating: A+
    • Active/Verified License: No, current status is inactive

How do I know I am getting a fair price for my Window Replacement in Omaha?

Every Window Replacement project is different, and the price will differ depending on the specifications of your project. However, there are ways to help make sure you are getting a fair price quoted for your Omaha Window Replacement job:

  • Talk to multiple window replacement companies and ask for quotes to compare. We have over 50 Window Replacement companies in Omaha for you to choose from.
  • Read the ratings and reviews for the window replacement companies you’re interested in to see what other customers have said about the pricing of their own projects. Find the window replacement contractor that you trust to give you the best service at the lowest price.

All Window Companies in Omaha, NE

Porch Pro Headshot Becker Remodeling
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
I do all types of remodeling, I install onyx shower walls, onyx vanity tops. I install cabinets, cabinet hardware, trim work, decks. Basement finishes, door and window replacement, general home repair. Call me a call I can help you with all your onyx and home remodeling. Mike Becker
I do all types of remodeling, I install onyx shower walls, onyx vanity tops. I install cabinets, cabinet hardware, trim work, decks. Basement finishes, door and window replacement, general home repair. Call me a call I can help you with all your onyx and home remodeling. Mike Becker
Porch Pro Headshot Andersen Interiors
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
We are a full service handyman and remodel contractor to any large or small jobs needed
We are a full service handyman and remodel contractor to any large or small jobs needed
Porch Pro Headshot Makani Roofing
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
Porch Pro Headshot Burgess Brothers Construction
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
I've specialized in Windows, Doors and siding for the last four and a half years. While also doing full remodel jobs all the way down to handyman work. Name the job and ill give you an estimate in less then 48 hours
I've specialized in Windows, Doors and siding for the last four and a half years. While also doing full remodel jobs all the way down to handyman work. Name the job and ill give you an estimate in less then 48 hours
Porch Pro Headshot Hole in the Wall Remodeling / Handyman
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
When it comes to Quality Craftsmanship and Affordable Prices you don't have to take our word for it. We have been serving your family, friends, and neighbors right here in the Omaha area for over 25 years and have completed over 10,000 projects. So our workmanship must not be too bad and our prices ...Read more about Hole in the Wall Remodeling / Handyman
When it comes to Quality Craftsmanship and Affordable Prices you don't have to take our word for it. We have been serving your family, friends, and neighbors right here in the Omaha area for over 25 years and have completed over 10,000 projects. So our workmanship must not be too bad and our prices ...Read more about Hole in the Wall Remodeling / Handyman
Porch Pro Headshot ScreenMobile
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
(38)
Porch Pro Headshot Chris Ward Construction LLC
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
Dream big, live even bigger, make your remodeling dreams reality
Dream big, live even bigger, make your remodeling dreams reality
Porch Pro Headshot What You Want Maintenance and Repair
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
Servicing the Omaha area for more than 20 years.
Servicing the Omaha area for more than 20 years.
Porch Pro Headshot Mona's Maintenance
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
Porch Pro Headshot Odd & Ends Home Projects
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
Porch Pro Headshot Advanced Siding & Windows LLC
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska
Porch Pro Headshot Ryan McLeay
Window Replacement
Serves Omaha, Nebraska

Latest projects near Omaha

Recent projects booked on Porch
Omaha 68164
Window Replacement
Start Date
Within a month
Type of window project
Install or replace windows
Type of windows
Standard windows
New window to frame in or existing window replacement
Replace an existing window
Number of windows to replace
6+
Already have the new windows
No
Reuse or replace existing window frames
I'm not sure
Type of window frames
Wood
Style of window
Single or double hung, Egress (basement)
Replacement window location
Basement or below ground, Second floor, accessible by ladder