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Champion Windows Costs And Quotes

Explore Champion window costs and prices from past homeowners and consumers who have used their vinyl replacement windows.Champion manufactures replacement windows, doors, roofing, siding and sunrooms through a number of branches and distributors across the mid west and beyond. They are based in Cincinnati Ohio and have a number of showrooms and locations across the mid west, east and southern states. They aren't available in the western half of the United States. The company manufactures their own vinyl windows, patio doors, and sunrooms, and enjoy a relatively good reputation for quality and installation.

In general, Champion makes a higher end mid range vinyl window. I would equate it with the better Simonton models such as the Impressions 9800 and Prism Platinum (which is nearly identical to their Reflections 5500 series). Champion sells only one vinyl replacement window, which the company calls their best. I like this approach because it minimizes confusion and when you get a bid, you aren't stuck wondering what the 6000 series actually means.

Champion sell their own windows and do the installation themselves, using their factory trained team of installers. This differs from local window dealers who might carry three or four window brands. The advantage to this approach is that the team only installs one brand of window and should know exactly what they are doing. The downside to this approach is typically a higher per window price for a factory trained installation team.

Dan K. - Site Editor



Champion Series Pricing

We have a patio slider and 12 windows that need replacing ASAP. We live outside of Denver Colorado and they get tons of sun during the day. I have taken your advise and gotten 3 quotes and I'd love to get your opinion on which is the best.

Champion: $12K

Zen Lotus (Solar Ultra S Glass): $14K

Renewal By Anderson: $28K

Sally - May, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Sally, I think the Renewal quote is just too high for a patio slider and 12 windows. That leaves two more quotes to look at. The Zen Lotus is a good window, but that's still a hefty price tag for what you are getting. I'm assuming that your project is installation intensive.

I think I'd have to put that Champion quote at the forefront. They make a good window and at $2K less than the Zen Pro model, I think there is the most value in that bid. Make sure you vet the installer well, but that's the window bid I would go with.

Dan K. - May, 2018


Champion 365 Bid Price

I have several offers on 10 double hung vinyl windows, all fo which are roughly 30 inches by 75 inches. Half have grids and one has tempered glass.

Window World 4000: $4000

Revere Berkshire Elite: $4490

Sunrise Restorations: $6875

Champion 365: $7375

Kimberly - May, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Kimberly, there are two bids I like, either the Revere Berkshire Elite or the Sunrise Restorations. The Sunrise is the much better of the two windows, but also obviously much more expensive. The price difference between them -- $450 per window and $687 per window is about what I would expect. The Berkshire Elite is a good mid range vinyl window and the Restorations is one of the best vinyl windows on the market.

So how to choose? One factor homeowners often use is how long they intend to be in the home. If this is your forever home, go with the Sunrise Restorations. If you are leaving in 5 or 6 years, go with the Berkshire Elite.

One other factor to look at is the reputation of the installer. If one of the companies has a much better reputation than the other, this would certainly factor into my equation. Either way you have two good windows to choose from.

Dan K. - May, 2018


Champion 365 Costs

We need to replace 16 windows in our Memphis home. The summers here are hot so that's got to be a factor. We've had a bunch of bids so I'm all ready for you to give me the low down on what you think I should do. Here's what I have so far.

Window World 4000 Series: $430 per window

Kensington Kingston Series: $500 per window

Pella Encompass Series: $798 per window

Sears Wincore 7700 Series: $812 per window

Champion 365 Series: $1,290 per window

Mandy - May, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Mandy, you have quite a few bids and that's a great start. Unfortunately, I'm having a hard time finding anything that stands out. The Windows World 4000 window isn't a good one.

Kensington makes quite a good window, but the Kingston isn't the model I would recommend. I would say this is the most promising, but I would go back to the dealer and ask to upgrade to the Huntington model. If you could get this for say $600 a window I think you would be in business.

I'm not a huge fan of the Encompass, I don't think it's a well made unit. I like the Wincore 7700 window, but not at that price. Same goes for the Champion vinyl window, just too expensive on this particular bid.

Dan K. - May, 2018


Champion 365 Vs. Restoration & Window World 4000

Wanting to replace 15 windows. Have 3 quotes, each very different yet claim the best.

Champion 365: $13,600

Local Company, Restoration: $9,990

Window World 4000 Series: $6,130

What to do?

Vicky - April, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Vicky, if the 2nd quote is for Sunrise Restorations, then the unequivocal answer is the Sunrise Restorations. Champion makes a good window, but that is a very high quote. WW makes a mediocre window at best so I wouldn?t go with that one if you want to maximize long term value.

Bottom line: if the second quote is the Sunrise Restorations, then you have yourself one of the best vinyl windows in the business and a great quote to boot.

Dan K. - April, 2018


Champion vs. Soft-Lite Classic

I recently had quotes on the Alside Mezzo, the Soft-Lite Classic and Champion. The Soft-Lite Classic was $475 a window, the Mezzo bid was about $500 a window and the Champion vinyl window was $550 a window. So which one would you recommend if it was your house?

Robbie - February, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Robbie, I think all three of these vinyl windows are decent options. I am happy to tell you that the cheapest bid you got is also on the better of the three windows. The Soft-Lite Classic is quite a nice window, better than the Alside Mezzo in my opinion. Champion makes a good vinyl window, probably on par with the Classic, but it's obviously quite a more expensive. Go with the Soft-Lite dealer and let me know how it goes!

Dan K. - February, 2018


Champion 8200 Windows vs. Okna 500 Price

I live in Wisconsin and have some questions on the bids I have. I have 14 windows and a patio door that I need replaced.

Champion 8200 Series: $19,965 (after they included all the discounts and promos etc.) I did some research though on them and it doesn't look like their energy numbers are THAT impressive. The windows are all double hungs with a Comfort 365 glass and come with grids. Here's what I found on numbers -- a U-factor of 0.27, a SHGC of 0.19, a VT of 0.44, a CR of 55, an R-value of 30, and an AI of 0.10.

Okna 500DX Windows: $15,675 This is by HomeSealed Exterior and was after a 20% discount. These windows are also double hungs and come with grids.Here's what I found on numbers -- a U-factor of 0.25, a SHGC of 0.27, a VT of 0.49, a CR of 62, an R-value of 50, and an AI of 0.02. The cost of the patio door by itself is $2575.

We could also go with the triple panel option for both of these and it will add around $1000 to the bottom line.

Bob - June, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Bob, the Okna 500 Deluxe is the better of the two windows. Better made, better tolerance, better numbers. You can see that in the U-factor, VT, R-value and most importantly in the air infiltration or AI. The Champion window AI of .10 is decent, but the Okna window AI of .02 is excellent. Go with the Okna 500 window, get the better window and save yourself some money.

Dan K. - June, 2017


Champion Windows Cost

I have a couple of bids and I'm not sure how to compare them, one is on the Wincore 7700 and 5400 and the other is from the local Champion dealer. The Wincore bid is from a local remodeling company that seems to get good reviews on their services. The Champion dealer also has good reviews. We are replacing 27 windows

Wincore 5400 Window: $11,825

Wincore 7700 Widow: $13,825

Champion Window: $15825

Donald - October, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Donald, I like both Champion and Wincore. I think the Champion would be better than the 5400 series, but should be equal to their upgraded 7700 series. So, if the installation is generally equal and the Champion and 7700 windows are equal, then I would have to say the Wincore 7700 at $2K less would be my pick.

Dan K. - October, 2016


Champion Window Bid

I have five rather large windows that need replacing -- they are 81" by roughly 48." So far, I have a bid from Champion for $5500. This bid feels rather high and I'm wondering what you thought. Thanks in advance.

Becky - September, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Becky, $1100 for a Champion window, even a rather large one, does on the face of it sound high. However, there might be installation factors driving this cost bid. The best way to find out whether the bid is high or not is to get two or three more bids. Champion sells one vinyl window that I would say is equivalent to the Harvey Classic, the Amerimax Craftsman Portrait and the Polaris ThermalWeld Series.

Let me know what your additional bid prices are and the window it's for and I'm more than happy to give you my opinion!

Dan K. - October, 2016








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