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Explore Milgard window costs and prices on their Styleline, Tuscany, Ultra, Hermosa, and Essence window series. Milgard Windows And Doors operate 9 different factories, including one in Salt Lake City Utah, Tacoma Washington, Denver Colorado, Dallas Texas, Phoenix Arizona, Portland Oregon, as well as five California plants in Simi Valley, Temecula, Hollister, and Sacramento. Obviously, they are a rather large and western focused manufacturer.

Milgard make a number of different window lines using vinyl, aluminum, wood and even fiberglass. Their entry level window is the Style Line and uses a slightly thinner frame than the step up model, The Tuscany. The Milgard Tuscany is probably their best seller and includes upgrades to the vent stops, locks, spacer and screen. It's one of my goto recommendations when it comes to a mid range vinyl window on the west coast.

The company also make a fiberglass window called the Ultra, and a wood window called the Essence. As well, the company makes two aluminum clad windows, a standard and upgraded model that are quite nice. I feel like the company makes very solid windows and doors, has solid distribution across the western half of the U.S., and sells their products at a fair price point. I would have Milgard windows in my home for sure.

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Milgard StyleLine vs. Brothers Home Improvement

I have bid her in Sacramento for 30 Milgard StyleLine and 4 larger-sized sliding doors. Some of the windows are quite large and odd shaped. Bid is $30K.

I have another bid from Brothers Home Improvement that came in at $24,000. They make their own vinyl windows.

Terry - May, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Terry, since I don't know Brothers Home Improvement, I can't speak to the quality of their windows. I will say that you should consider upgrading to the Milgard Tuscany model. It's better than the StyleLine series. The Tuscany is a decent window, although it uses a capture sill, which I'm not a fan of. I would probably see if I could get the company that bid out the Milgard to give you the Tuscany for the same price as the Styleline. This is probably who I would go with,

Dan K. - March, 2018


Milgard Style Line Pricing vs. Anlin Del Mar Cost

We got a quote from Home Depot for $3275 for three Milgard Style Line 1 Panel windows, $2750 for Simonton 6200 single slide windows and $2400 from a different window install company for Anlin Del Mar windows. We don't care about heat transmission through the windows, but we care STC/noice. What's we should chose? Thank you in advance

Charlene - April, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Charlene, I would recommend the Anlin Del Mar windows over the other two. I think it's going to be a slightly better quality of window. I don't think there will be a huge difference in STC between these windows. You may be able to see if you can order the windows with a different glass thickness from one pane to the other. This helps to eliminate different sound frequencies. The best way to kill sound is the space between the glass panes. However, most manufacturers have set factory specs so soundproof windows can be expensive. Talk to the Anlin rep and see if they have any specific suggestions.

Dan K. - March, 2018


Milgard Styleline vs. Burris TectView

We are in Texas and are looking to replace around 400 sq ft. of windows. 11 windows in all -- we are looking for mid range low-e, argon filled double pane windows. So far, these are our quotes.

Ply Gem Builder Series: $4,400

Milgard Style Line: $6700

Milgard Hermosa: $7300

Milgard Tuscany: $8500

Burris TectView EX Series: $8900

Jerry - March, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Jerry, I'm not sure the Burris is a good enough window to spend over what you would on a Milgard. The Milgard Tuscany is probably the window I would choose out of that list, but I have to say that it's priced too high as it is. The mark up from the Style Line to the Tuscany ought to be around 15%, not over 30% as it is now.

There are some other Texas window brands that you may also want to take a look at. Don Young is one that comes to mind, as well as NT, which I would compare to the quality of Milgard windows. The NT Traditions, NT Energy Masters, or Presidential -- with my strong favorite being the last of the three.

Good luck and shoot me an email with what you find!

Dan K. - March, 2018


Milgard Styleline vs. Amsco Studio

A bit of background: Three windows in the front of our house get a lot of hot sun (we're in Phoenix, AZ), and the Atrium windows that came with the house are failing. While Atrium is willing to replace the glass in the failing windows, the warranty claim guy said the glass in them is not low-e, which not helping us during the hot summers. That said, we decided to see what it might cost to simply replace all the windows in our home. Two do not match what is in the front of the house, they're not under warranty, and they're very drafty, so we were wanting to replace these anyway.

Right now we're looking into replacing seven windows in our home. We've gotten quotes on Cascade and Milgard Styleline that seem to fit our budget. Three windows are 47.5"x47.5", two are about 72"x47.5", and one is about 35"x23". We're leaning toward the Styleline quote which includes the "comfort upgrade" (glass breakage, pull rail screens, weep hole covers).

We're waiting on hearing back from another company that offers Amsco Studio and Milgard Styleline series windows. We're not at all sure where the Amsco quote might fall within the quotes we've already received, and this company just seems like they're going to charge more than the first company we had out that quoted the Milgard Styleline. Right now we're wondering if we should even consider Amsco Studio or just move on the Milgard or Cascade bids.

Milgard Styleline w/ comfort package included $3900
Cascade $3500
Amsco Studio $????

Karen - November, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Karen, Milgard Style Line is a decent vinyl window, although I'd prefer to see you stretch your budget a bit and go with the Milgard Tuscany vinyl window. (Should run 15% to 20% more in cost.)

Amsco is not well known for manufacturing a high quality vinyl window and neither is Cascade. I would advise you to spend a little bit more now, although I understand this is easy advice from afar.

You may want to see if there is a Simonton dealer in the area who carries the Reflections series. This is a nice vinyl window and it should run in the same basic range as the Tuscany.

Other brands you could consider include Anlin and Amerimax, although these may run you a bit more as well. At the end of the day, spending an extra $500 will be worth it come year 12...

Dan K. - November, 2017


Milgard Styleline vs Amerimax Craftsman Portrait

I am in the process of trying to replace a whole bunch of windows (new construction). It includes about 44 windows and a couple of doors.

The dealer and I are trying to make a deal at the moment:

1) he told us as part of a bigger order that he could get us a deal on Amerimax Craftsman Series for about $37,800 but that we must decide soon

2) he offered us milgard (I believe styleline series) for about $37,500 with some room to negotiate

Through some other research, I noticed that it seems milgard is generally more expensive than amerimax. Is he being dishonest with me? What should I do?

What's your opinion on milgard and opinion on amerimax?

Nate - June, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Nate, I would say that the Amerimax Craftsman Portrait single hung is perhaps a slightly better window than the Milgard Styleline. The Amerimax Craftsman Portrait single hung will deliver a u-value of 0.29, shgc of 0.20, design pressure of R40, visible transmittance of 0.45, and a condensation rating of 60. Pretty good numbers by and by. Milgard sells a lot of different models so it's difficult to compare Amerimax to Milgard on a general basis.

So I would prefer the Amerimax Craftsman Portrait in this scenario. However, I would like to see you get one or two more bids from other dealers to see how they compare. I'm not saying the pricing is too high (new construction can be quite pricey depending on the situation), but it doesn't come off as a "smoking deal" by any means at first glance.

And why do you have to decide soon? These window models have both been on the market for a decade plus, why would his pricing suddenly go up? I'd like to see you slow down and get a couple more bids to see if you can't get say the Milgard Tuscany at say $35,000. The good thing about getting two or three bids is not only do you see a range of prices and products, but you can also use the lowest bid to try and find the lowest price the dealer is willing to go on the Amerimax, if that's the one you want. Dealers are usually more apt to lower their price when they know a consumer is looking at several models and they make clear that price is important to them.

Check out our recommended windows page and see if there are any manufacturers who have distributors in your area who might be able to provide you with a bid.

Dan K. - June, 2017








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Milgard Tuscany Windows Costs



Milgard Tuscany vs. Anlin Del Mar

Thanks in advance for your reply. I am in San Diego and replacing 17 windows, 1 nine foot slider and a five foot slider. Quotes include $16,825 for Anlin DelMar, $13,825 for Simonton Madeira, and $12,995 for Milgard Tuscany. All include a sound package with e3/argon and standard spacers but not tempered glass. Considering too the Anlin has thicker extruded vinyl and insulation within the frame, which is the best value? Is the Anlin worth $3k more? Is there any value to replacing the e366 glass with g-340 glass?

Bob - May, 2019

Site Editor's Response

Bob, I'd say the Anlin is worth the extra $3K. If it were my project, I'd pay the premium -- the Del Mar is a very good vinyl window, better the Tuscany and Madeira models.

The x factor for me would be my timeline in the home. If I planned to be there 10 years or less I'd go with the Tuscany. 10 years or more the Anlin.

Dan K. - May, 2019

Bob's Reply

Thanks Dan. Looks like my Anlin dealer will also fire temper all the windows for $500 more. Simonton Dealer wants $1500 more. Plus the Anlin dealer will remove and replace the dry rot wood trim on four windows. So it looks like the Anlin is the way to go.

One last question if you will... I got a quote on Catalina Windows with sound package, extruded screens, e366/argon glass, tempered glass and the window trim work for $1200 less than the Del Mar window. The only difference between the two windows seem to be some insulation in the frame and needle rollers. There is only .01 difference in heat transference with U factors being identical. Should I save the money?

Bob - May, 2019

Site Editor's Response

Bob, I like the Del Mar series, but I think the Catalina is a solid performer as well. If you don't live in an extreme climate, I think you should be just fine with the Catalina and nice professional installation. Kind of a toss up, but that would be the criteria I would use to make the decision.

Dan K. - May, 2019


Milgard Tuscany Price Quote

I have two quotes that I'm weighing. One is from a Milgard dealer on the Tuscany series and is for $18,580. The other is for NT windows that is $21,095. It's for the Traditional Signature E series. He offer me the signature windows also, but I did not like them.

The sales person from Milgard did a great job explaining some issue with the windows and his offer has like 10 recommendations, which tells a lot.

Love the solidity and quality of Anlin's, but they are expensive.

Thank you very much!

Martha - September, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Martha, the Traditional window is more of their mid range window and I might put that on par with the Tuscany. I would definitely go with the Milgard in this scenario since it is less expensive and it sounds like the company doing the install is on the ball. Good luck and let me know how it turns out!

Dan K. - September, 2018


Milgard Tuscany Bid or Anlin Monte Verde

I'm in San Diego and have two price quotes on 28 windows. Any opinion on which is the better window?

Anlin Monte Verde: $650 per window

Milgard Tuscany: $695 per window

Ken - June, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Ken, I'd say the Tuscany might be a bit better, but I'm not a huge fan of the capture sill. Probably not a big deal in San Diego though, you get so little rain. I'd probably go with the Anlin Monte Verde and save some money. It's still a good window.

Dan K. - June, 2018


Milgard Tuscany Quote vs. Simonton Daylight Max

The house I just bought has really old aluminum windows and I want to improve the overall energy efficiency of the house with a new french door and nine replacement windows. I have two price quotes so far, one on the Simonton Daylight Max for $11,200 and the other for the Milgard Tuscany for $12,300.

Any opinion on the quality of these two windows and how they stack up?

Maria - April, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Maria, I think I'd rate the Milgard Tuscany over the Daylight Max from Simonton. Of course, the bid price you have reflects this pretty well. I would try and see if you can get the Milgard dealer to match the Simonton price. Tell him that you'll sign that day if he can price match.

Dan K. - April, 2018


Milgard Tuscany vs. Alside Mezzo

I live in Houston, Texas and am in the process of replacing 30 windows in my home. The windows come with low-e 366 cardinal glass. All come with a limited lifetime warranty. NT offers a lifetime installation warranty

Alside Mezzo Window: $570 per window

NT Executive Window: $667 per window

Milgard Tuscany: $915 per window

Remy - March, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Remy, the Milgard Tuscany is simply too much per window to go forward with that bid. I like the NT Executive window over the Mezzo, but that's a big price difference. I do like the NT installation warranty. I think that's what you have to decide, is the installation warranty worth $100 per window. I tend to think it might be.

Dan K. - March, 2018


Milgard Tuscany vs. Don Young 5200

Still waiting on another company to get back to me with a quote, but so far the Milgard Tuscany 3/32 SunCoatMAX Low E over 3/32 clear glass came in at $14,808 (18 windows) and the Don Young 5200 series $13,015. The back side of house gets direct sunlight. What, if anything, do we need to change to save on our a/c bill? I'm assuming The Milgard Tuscany is a better window. Thank you again for all your assistance.

Karen - March, 2018

Site Editor's Response

I think the Milgard Tuscany may be a bit better than the 5200, but not by much. The double pane windows with the low-e glass will do more than anything to help with your a/c bills. You may be able to tweak the SHGC on the windows that get direct sunlight and this is a question you should ask about.

Dan K. - March, 2018


Milgard Tuscany Cost vs Andersen 100 or Ply Gem Pro

Presently, I have three bids and the difference between the bids I have on Milgard Tuscany bronze windows and the Andersen 100 series is nearly $5K -- Milgard being the more expensive product.

Plygem Pro Series is the least expensive of all three brands, at $3k below what Andersen 100 would cost us.

My main concern at this point is that Andersen offers only a 10 year warranty on their windows, 20 years on the glass. Plygem offers 20 years (no labor) while Milgard offers 20 years with labor (limited warranty) -- Do you think I should let the 10 year warranty be the deal breaker on the Andersen windows? My choice would then be to go with the Plygem Pro Series, bronze because Milgard is simply out of my budget. I'm down to Plygem or Andersen. What would you go with?

I thank you in advance for your help. It really means a lot to us.

Betty - May, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Carol, I think I would go with the Ply Gem Pro. This is assuming you like the overall look of the window and feel confident with the installers. The Ply Gem Pro is a decent window. Can you get the Premium Ply Gem? It comes with the R-Core insulation and some nicer color options. I would feel better recommending the Premium model.

Dan K. - May, 2017


Milgard Tuscany Windows Cost

Your pages on the Milgard Tuscany vs Anlin Del Mar are very helpful, thank you. I received a quote on both and they were very similar, the Del Mar being about 10% higher on average for the various sizes and configurations. Do you have an opinion on the quality/security of the locks and windows?

Marcus - March, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Marcus, both of these windows are good quality. I don't think there is any discernible difference between their locks or security. I would say these two windows are equal in terms of quality and craftsmanship.

If it were me, I would turn to the question of installation quality and competency as the deciding factor on which local company to go with.

Dan K. - March, 2017


Milgard Tuscany vs Anlin Del Mar

I have found your site to be very helpful. So, I have narrowed down my choice between the Milgard Tuscany with 6 windows and an 8 foot slider and the Anlin Del Mar ( free add on of the Sound Package).

Anlin came in at just under 700 dollars more than the Milgard. Price is not an issue so much although it is always nice to save money. The key is how much value does the sound package bring and would the UV be equivalent.

How concerned should I be about the Gas inside the windows and how much is there and how it was put in.

We are planning on being in this house a long time and this is probably the last time we will ever replace the windows ( we are in our late 50's )

This is a tough decision.

Jon - September, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Jon, I think you have two really good options. I would spend the extra $700 for the sound package and the Anlin (assuming the installation teams reputations are equal). If one company seems like they would do a more thorough install, that's who I'd go with.

In general, gas fills will make a window maybe 10% more efficient (not much in the grand scheme).

At the end of the day, I'd say the Anlin Del Mar over the Tuscany, but the company/installer would be the bigger factor.

Dan K. - September, 2016








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