Window replacement contractors in New Bedford, MA

Couto Construction is your go-to window replacement contractor in New Bedford, Southeastern Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. We offer 32+ window style and brand combinations and offer the industry’s best warranties. Contact us today for a free quote or to learn more about our window solutions.

New windows installed on residential home in New Bedford, MA

ProVia Windows LogoWe install ProVia windows

We proudly install windows from ProVia, a company that provides state-of-the-art technology and old-world craftsmanship to deliver personalized care with every order. We choose these windows because we think they provide the best value, durability, and style options for our customers. Just about anything you can dream up— we can make it happen. Contact Couto today!

Window types and styles

We install energy-efficient and durable windows in a variety of styles. Whether you need a bay window for your living room or an architectural window for your attic, Couto Construction has you covered.

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    Double Hung Windows

    Double hung windows are the most popular window type in America. They consist of upper and lower sections that can be moved independently of one another. Each sash can be tilted inward for easy cleaning and maintenance.

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    Casement & Awning Windows

    Casement & awning windows operate from a single hinge and crank open and shut. The difference is that casement windows hinge at the side, while awning windows hinge at the top.

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    Slider Windows

    Slider windows work similarly to double hung windows except they open horizontally instead of vertically. They work well above the kitchen sink or any room where ventilation is important.

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    Bay & Bow Windows

    Brighten your living space with a bay or bow window. Bay windows consist of one big window, flanked by two smaller ones. Bow windows serve a similar function as bay windows, but all the windows involved are the same size.

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    Picture Windows

    Picture windows are windows that don’t open, perfect for creating unobstructed views of your patio or yard.

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    Garden Windows

    Garden windows are perfect for adding light, ventilation, and a little place to house your plants all year round.

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    Hopper Windows

    Hopper windows are ideal for basements and laundry rooms. These small windows open inward from the top.

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    Architectural Windows

    These windows are custom-made to fit your home, adding unique curb appeal and natural light to your home.

ProVia windows logoWindow brands

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    AERIS™ Windows

    Aeris wood-clad windows give you the beauty of wood with the durability of vinyl. They provide excellent color retention and superior weatherization.

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    ENDURE™ Windows

    Endure vinyl windows are a low-maintenance and highly customizable window option with provides superior durability and color retention. These top-of-the-line windows are available in 8 options.

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    ASPECT™ Windows

    Aspect windows are the best mid-range window choice. These windows boast a similar construction to ProVia’s Endure model but are available at a more affordable price.

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    ECOLITE™ Windows

    Available in 5 options, ecoLite windows are the most affordable brand offered by ProVia. They are designed to be as durable as they are affordable, far exceeding the performance of other economy windows.

Window FAQs

Is it more affordable to replace all your windows at once?

Yes. Windows are generally cheaper when you buy them in bulk. It’s more cost-effective in the long run to replace all your windows at once instead of one at a time.

How much does it cost to replace a window in Massachusetts?

The average window replacement in Massachusetts will run you anywhere between $150 and $2,000 per window, depending on the window type. Bay windows are more expensive to replace, while smaller casement windows run cheaper.

How often do I need to replace my windows?

Depending on the material of the window and the climate you live in, windows can last anywhere from 15-30 years. If you want your windows to last, make sure they’re installed properly by a licensed and vetted contractor.

When should I replace my windows?

It’s time to replace your windows when you start noticing cracking, warping or drafts. Sometimes, drafts can be caused by poor insulation, so it’s important to consult with a window expert first. 

How long will it take to replace my windows?

Professional window installers can install a single window in a matter of 30 minutes. A standard job takes 1-2 days on average. Projects vary based on size and scope.