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Combination Windows

Combination windows are any number of different styles of windows that are put together (combined) in order to create a more elaborate, more functional or more aesthetically pleasing space.

Common Combination Windows

The most common combination window set up is a larger fixed frame window flanked on either side by either casements or double hungs. This is one of the more popular options for projects such as egress windows in basements where the homeowner wants a large space, but still needs the windows to meet the building code. Typically, combination windows are flat across, as opposed to a bay or a bow window, which projects out from the wall. There are any number of set ups available, a bank of fixed frame windows, an arched top over a patio door or double hung, a series of horizontal awning windows - the possibilities are truly endless.


Obviously, installing a combination window set up is more difficult than a standard single hung or awning window, for instance. The installation costs will reflect this more difficult process. Often times, mulling (adding wood or some other material framing between the windows) is added to create a strong perimeter frame around the window set up. Other times, the window frames are butted up against one another.

Combination Windows Cost

Combination window costs can vary tremendously in price. They will typically be close to the per square foot price of normal windows (obviously they will take up more square footage than a single window) be it vinyl, fiberglass, wood, composite or aluminum. Vinyl windows typically run $40 to $90 per square foot, while fiberglass window costs run $60 to $110 per square foot and wood clad runs $60 to $120 per square foot. All of these prices are fully installed, they include the windows and any additional materials and the cost of the labor and installation.

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