Storage shed cost: Windows
Storage sheds are built for different purposes, like workstations, offices, or storage. Knowing your shed use indicates whether you need windows or not. You will need windows if you plan to spend your time there; creating your own art, reading or writing your next book, making your handicraft, or starting your family business.
The cost of windows will be varied depending on the size and material of the windows you would like to install. Many shed builders build storage sheds with 2×3 single pane windows. It is a comfortable and affordable option. It costs between $80 to $90 per window. If you want to install windows that are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and have a low impact on the environment, then 2×3 vinyl insulated windows will be ideal. It costs between $165 to $175 per window unit.
Also, it is recommended to install 3×4 vinyl insulated windows for those who need maintenance-free, energy-efficient, long-lasting windows. These windows also provide more light! This style of windows will vary in cost, around $270 per window unit.
In addition to windows, some shed builders offer shutters that go along with windows. The average price of a shutter is $35 per window. They can give a unique look to your shed and control the amount of sunlight coming into your room.
However, utility sheds do not need installed windows. Usually, people have them to store items like outdoor furniture, gardening supplies, and gas cans.