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Enerlux Windows Costs And Quotes

Explore Enerlux window costs and prices from past homeowners and consumers who have used their fiberglass series. The company is located in the Omaha Nebraska and makes some pretty amazing energy efficient windows. These fiberglass windows seem to be high quality and are often priced at a very competitive price point for the performance they deliver.

The real downside to Enerlux fiberglass windows is they're a relatively new company and their distribution is small -- the windows are tough or impossible to get in many parts of the country. Definitely worth giving them a call for price quote though, especially if you have a good local contractor that you trust.

Dan K. - Site Editor




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Enerlux Window Prices vs Beechworth

I just recently got a quote on Beechworth windows that sort of blew me away. The quote was from a local company here in St. Louis called Lakeside so I'm not sure if their pricing is just super high or if it's the window itself. Anyway, $21K for 15 windows or $1400 per window! This was the price after they "marked it down" by 25% It seems like a crazy price, although the windows are very nice looking.

I was expecting to pay in the $700 to $900 range for a quality fiberglass window. I was hoping to get your take on this, thanks.

Allen - July, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Allan, I've heard of Beechworth, but have never actually heard what these windows are being bid out at. I'm pretty surprised those numbers, that sounds extremely high to me and frankly very overpriced. If you want to go with a fiberglass window, I've been impressed with what I've heard of Enerlux, which are out of Nebraska and the performance numbers on them are outstanding.

Admittedly, I've only spoken with a couple of homeowners who have gotten bids from these guys, but they both said that the price was somewhere between 1/3 to 1/2 less than Marvin windows, who sell the Infinity and Integrity fiberglass windows. Take a look at Enerlux, or Marvin for than matter, because both of these companies should run in that $700 to $900 per window for a somewhat standard window size with installation.

Dan K. - July, 2016








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