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Vinyl window replacements can range from $400-$600 depending on the brand. Capping the windows can be an additional charge.
If you go with a Lowen, Norwood, or Lincoln wood window you could be spending north of $1,500-$2,000/window.
Anderson & Pella wood windows with aluminum cladding can be in the $700-$1000 per window range.
To help you I need to ask a few questions:
1. Do you have a good contract?
2. Does the contract state in writing start time?
3. Do you think you have paid money to the contractor more than the work completed?
4. Does your state require a licence?
5. Is the contractor a friend of your?
Michael's numbers are correct, keeping in mind "start at" and that is for the window itself and does not also include a high quality professional installation, spray foam insulation, high quality caulking job, custom exterior cladding, etc. Installed - if you are getting a quality window from a professional window installation company that does't cut any corners and provides lifetime warranties on the product and workmanship and warranties on the glass breakage, etc - vinyl can range anywhere from $700-1,500 and fiberglass/wood clad $1,200-$2,500 depending on the features and add ons. Big box stores, subs, builders, etc would be a lower price point but you would not get the quality most people are looking for with a replacement project on the windows, workmanship, or warranty. Hope this helps.
Its sounds like you have a double hung window that slides up and down check to see if the outer top window can slide up then lock it. If the glass is sperating from the frame you can take it to a glass replacement company and they will fix the frame and glass if not vinyl welded
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It can definitely be repaired, it would need extensive spackling, most likely with 2 part Bondo, then sended primed and painted.
this is something that should not take more than 6-8 hours in total, obviously it does require some skill.
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