How to measure for replacement windows
Windows that fit perfectly
You’ve made the decision to replacement your home’s windows and now you’re asking “how do I measure for replacement windows?”
As you’re aware, it’s important you take the right measurements. So here’s our guide to measuring for a replacement window.
When measuring for replacement windows on Windowlines, always think width x height, and take your measurements from the outside of your house.
- Take 3 horizontal measurements in mm at the top, middle and bottom in mm.
- You need to place your tape measure at the widest part.
- Note the smallest measurement and take off 10mm. This is your replacement window’s width.
- Take 3 vertical measurements in mm on the left, centre and right in mm.
- Between top (head jam) and bottom (cill) at the widest part
- Note the smallest measurement. This is your replacement window’s height
- Measure the depth of your jam at the deepest part of your window.
- Be confident in your measurements as you can't return made to measure products that don't fit.
- Measure the outside brick opening