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Simonton Windows Costs And Quotes

Explore Simonton window costs and prices on their Reflections 5050, Prism Bronze, Asure, Reflections 5300, Prism Platinum, Reflections 5500, Prism Gold, Impressions 9800, VantagePointe, 7300 Daylight Max, Profinish, Madeira, StormBreaker Plus and more. Simonton is the largest window manufacturer in the United States. There are some other big players in the industry; Andersen, Pella, Jeld Wen, but none of them can match the size and scope of Simonton. First of all, Simonton sells more window models than any of the competition. They sell windows under their own name and have exclusive deals with places like Home Depot. Second of all, they are sold in big box stores, local stores, by dealers, contractors, distributors; any contractors with a truck can sell Simonton windows.

In general, Simonton sells a solid mid range window, although of course they sell a range of quality vinyl windows. Their entry level windows are just sort of okay, I wouldn't put them in my house, but I'd probably put them in a rental property. Their top end windows are good, like the Impressions 9800 series, which I would gladly put in my house and I'd expect them to last for quite some time.

The bottom line is that Simonton generally sells a good product; nowhere near the best out there, but a good product at a good price. Focus on their mid range and premium options and you should be able to maximize your long term investment.

Dan K. - Site Editor


Simonton Pricing By Model: Asure Series | VantagePointe Series | 5300 Series | 5500 Series

ProFinish Series | Daylight Max 7300 Series | Prism Gold Series

Impressions Series | Madeira Series | Stormbreaker Plus Series


Email our site editor Dan K. and get all of your window cost questions answered!



Simonton Asure Windows Costs



Simonton Asure Window Prices

We are all set to replace 13 windows in our house, including increasing the size of the openings on 5 of them. Our builder has suggested using Simonton Asure windows and has quoted us out at $10K. These don't seem like the best windows and that seems like a lot for such a mediocre window. Do you agree with this? How would you suggest I deal with this?

Becky - June, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Becky, the Simonton Asure series is their entry level vinyl window (one of them). So yes, I wouldn't allow my builder to put in a "low end" vinyl window when you are paying so much for your home renovation. I would suggest working with your builder to see what other options he has access to. Surely he can get better a window than the Asure. Because the cost of the labor won't change with the window you select, you should be able to pay $100 more per window and get a significantly better window, even from Simonton. For instance, have him price out the Simonton Impressions 9800 -- this is their best window in my opinion.

Dan K. - June, 2017



Simonton VantagePointe 6000 Windows Costs



Simonton 6500 Pricing

Hey Dan, I live in Kansas City area and need to replace four double hung windows and one arch top window. I'm looking at three options: the Simonton 6500, VinylMax Newton, and the Andersen 100.

Andersen 100 Series: $5,115

Simonton 6500 Series: $3,880

VinylMax Newton Series: $3,530

Will - January, 2019

Site Editor's Response

Will, For me the order of windows from best value to worst goes VinylMax Newton, Simonton 6500 and Andersen 100. Go with the lowest of the three priced and I think you get the best value. You can also make a nice upgrade since you are saving money on the project price. Maybe a nice glass package upgrade, frame fill, etc.

Dan K. - January, 2019


Simonton 6200 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


Simonton VantagePointe Cost Bid

We need to replace 14 of them in half sliders and half double hungs.

Renewal By Andersen: $33,000
Andersen 200: $25,000
Sunrise Vanguard: $18,000
Simonton VantagePointe: $16,000
I'm leaning towards the Sunrise Vanguard because it seemed like a nice window and it gave us the best bang for your buck. I'm curious to get your opinion.

Steve - January, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Steve, I completely agree with you on the Vanguard in this group of bids. The Renewal is just way to high. The Andersen 200 wood window is decent but also very expensive at the current bid. I'm assuming you have lots of installation work to tackle in your project if the bids are all over $1000 per window.

The Sunrise Vanguard is an excellent window; in fact, it's the best of the bunch in your current group. I'd see if I could get the Sunrise dealer to match the Simonton bid and then pull the trigger on the Sunrise.

Dan K. - January, 2018


Simonton VantagePointe Prices

I'm replacing 4 - 40"x45" windows in a breezeway between my house and garage (no heat). Windows will be for ventilation only during the summer months. Old existing awning window mechanisms are all broken and I don't want to keep painting them. Home Depot quoted me $2050 for the Simonton VantagePointe included new exterior flashing/trim, etc. Lowe's quoted me $2081 for the Pella 250 windows. HD had the better financing, i.e. 0% for 24 months. They swear by their installers and at least I believe HD will be more responsive to my complaints than if I went with a local contractor. Thanks again.

Mike - April, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Mike, if the choice is between Simonton and Pella, I'm going to advise you to go with Simonton, which it sounds like you are leaning towards anyway. Let me know how the HD installation goes, in my experience the install teams from those big box stores tend to focus on speed over precision, which I don't feel is the right prescription for long term energy efficiency. However, that isn't the case and I'd love to know how it works out for you!

Dan K. - April, 2016


Simonton VantagePointe Costs

I got a quote from Home Depot on Simonton windows, I think it was the VantagePointe window. It was for 13 sliders and a single patio slider door. The bid was $10.7k. It seemed high to me. What do you think of Simonton?

Mary - April, 2016

Site Editor's Response

The VantagePointe is the Simonton window that is made and marketed specifically for HD. Overall, it's an okay window, I'd say on the lower end of the mid range vinyl window scale. I think that price is okay, seems high, I'd be curious to see how this bid compares to others because usually HD prices are really good. You should get a bid on the Milgard Styleline, it's a pretty comparable window in my opinion.

Dan K. - April, 2016








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Simonton 5300 Windows Costs



Simonton 5300 vs. Anlin Del Mar

Alin Del Mar Bid. $9500 for the following. For the Anlin windows the company is also willing to take $500 off if I go with them in the next few weeks.

The other company carries the Simonton 5300 and they bid out the project at $8270.

95 x 48 DH
5ft x 6ft 8 sliding door
71 x 40 DH (3)
48 x 18 SH
36 x 24 slider
95 x 40 slider
71 x 60 picture window
24 x 60 (1 on each side of the picture window)

Alvie - September, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Alvie, the Anlin Del Mar series is good, a bit better than the 5300 Simonton. However, the Anlin quote sounds pretty high. The $8270 sounds like a fair price. I would go to the Anlin person and tell them you have a Simonton bid that fits your budget. Ask him if there is anyway he can compete with that price. If so, you'd love to go with then. Wait for a week and see if he budges at all on his price quote. I'll bet he will.

Dan K. - September, 2017


Simonton 5300 vs PGT Energy Vue 5400

I'm looking for a CWS Dealer in the Lakeland Fl area. How does the HD window compare to the 5400 & the Reflections. Do you think the CWS is a better window? I have the following quotes:

HD Simonton Vantage Point: $8850

PGT Energy Vue 5400: $10,900

Simonton Reflections 5300: $10,200

Benny - January, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Benny, I would say that CWS and PGT are equal in terms of quality and craftsmanship -- however remember that they both sell a number of different series and the quality, performance, and price will vary accordingly. I would say that all three of those bids look in proportion to one another. The Vantage Pointe is not as good a window as the 5400 or Reflections 5300/5500.

I personally like the PGT 5400 and (assuming you like the company who is going to install it) I would work to get their bid down as low as possible. I would say you have a bid on the Reflections for $10K and if the PGT rep can match it, you are willing to sign that day. See what he says -- although I would definitely wait to see where the CWS bid comes in at...It's a confusing process to be sure, go slow, and work the project bid down until you're at the bottom with the best window. Then you've done your job.

Dan K. - January, 2017




Simonton 5500 Windows Costs



Simonton 5500 Series Pricing

We're remodel our home and the builder wants to use MI 1650 windows, but I don't like the reviews I'm seeing on them. I requested a couple more quotes and he came up with the Simonton 5500 window and the Provia Aspect. We have lots of windows to replace, 41 in total.

MI 1650 Model: $20K

Simonton 5500 Model: $22.25K

ProVia Aspect Model: $23.5K

Chris - January, 2019

Site Editor's Response

Chris, I would personally not go with the MI option with the price quotes your builder has given you. Of the three, either the ProVia or the Simonton is your best bet. If it were me, I'd put the Simonton 5500 at the top of the heap.

Dan K. - January, 2019


Simonton 5500 Bid vs. Harvey Classic

I need to replace 21 windows and have a few bids up to this point. A dealer gave me a bid on the Simonton 5500 window for $500 each, another the Harvey Classic for $550 each, and yet another on the two HiMark DX400 for $585 each or the HiMarkDX800 for $630 each.

Tony - August, 2018


Simonton 5500 Pricing vs. Window Nations Imperial LS

Hi Dan, I live in Potomac MD. I have 53 windows ( 45 casement windows with the size at mixture of 26*70 and 26*63 + 8 picture windows, of these 8, 4 are 64*70, the rest are about 26*70). 27 windows need grid. 6 of the windows require interior color match to oat color. The rest are white inside and beige outside. I received several quotes:

1. Zen windows Lotus total ~64353

2. Okna 500: 55000

3. Window nations: Soft-lite imperial IS: 45912. They also provided quote for Vytex Potomac hp, but it will be ~10% higher.

4. Crystal 200 serial: 21000

5. Simonton 5500: 36000-39000.

What do you recommend? I am not sure whether we might be able to negotiate a little bit from these number or not. Thanks.

Jack - June, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Jack, you have quite a few quotes on some very good brands. Of the bids you have, I like 2. The first is the Simonton 5500. Quite a good window and the lowest of the good windows. The Reflections 5500 series is a good one, not as good a window as the Imperial LS, but quite good nonetheless.

I would toss the Crystal window quote out.

The other bid I like is the Window Nations quote, which is the same window as you are quoted out at from Zen but at $19K less! Shows you how much variation there is on these bids. The Soft-Lite Imperial LS is one of the best vinyl windows out there. Now you just have to decide whether it's worth an extra $6K to $9K more.

I kind of think it is worth the extra money. I would use all of the bids to see if the dealers will come off their initial price quotes.

Dan K. - June, 2018


Simonton 5500 vs. Vista Panorama

In our area ( middle Ga.) we have Simonton 5500 and Vista Panorama as our two choices for our budget. They are close in cost 12K and 11,400 for 13 double hung windows and 8 eyebrows varied sizes. I wondered, could you give a nod to one over the other? They both seem to have comparable quotes and warranties from the suppliers. The Simonton window is using Prosolar shade glass and they both have low e and argon gas. If you have an option to recommend please do.

Thanks for your help.

Craig - November, 2017

Site Editor's Response

C, I think these are pretty darn equal windows. If I had to choose, I'd go with the Simonton 5500, but that might very well be because I know it better and therefore feel more comfortable recommending it.

So now I think you should pivot to which is the better company/installer. Check online reviews (especially the bad ones) and the BBB for any complaints. Which comapny seems like they are going to service any issues you might have 18 months after the windows are in? This would probably be the deciding factor for me.

You can also see which one is willing to come farthest off their initial bid. Tell each one that you have a bid for $1500 less (tell them the actual window you have the other bid on). Say that they seem like similar windows, but that you like their company more. If they could match the price of the other one, you would be willing to sign a work order that day. I'll bet one of them bites!

Dan K. - November, 2017


Simonton 5500 Costs vs Pella 350

Been reading site reviews and need an opinion for 20 windows that need to be replaced. The following are complete for windows and all installation. The windows are all double pane, double hung with colonial grids. The Pellas look like a nicer window, but you seem to like the 5500 and Vortis more than the Pella. Do you stick by this assessment?

Pella 350 Series: $11,400, local contractor

Simonton 5500: $11,900, local contractor

Vytex Fortis: $13,100, through Window Nation

Mary - June, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Mary, of the three window bids you have, I think I agree with your assessment that the Pella 350 series may be the nicer looking of the three, but they are not the highest quality. Of the Simonton 5500 and the Vytex Fortis window, I think the Vytex Fortis is the superior window. I definitely think that it is worth the extra $1200. The Fortis model offers a .05 air infiltration number and I believe they come standard with a DP 40, both of which are quite impressive. For these reasons alone, I would definitely suggest trying to get the Vytex Fortis over the Simonton 5500 or the Pella 350.

However it's not clear to me whether that price quote on the Vytex is the lowest price you can get it for. My suggestion would be to go back to the dealer and tell them that you have a bid on the Simonton 5500 series for $11,900 and that if he could match or come very close to that price, then you would be willing to sign with him that day. Wait for about three days and see if he comes back and offer you a lower price. My gut tells me that he will.

Dan K. - June, 2017


Simonton 5500 and Ply Gem Pro

We're looking at the Ply Gem Pro and Simonton 5500 window with a white interior and a bronze exterior, along with a simple low-e glass, screens and argon gas. The size is 76" window and 52" high and the price include everything, removal and exterior capping.

Ply Gem Pro Bid
3 Part Slider $4,300
3 Part Casement $6,200
2 Double Hung and Center Picture: $5300

Simonton 5500 Bid
3 Part Slider $4,500
3 Part Casement $6,400
2 Double Hung and Center Picture: $5500

Toni - April, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Toni, it sounds like the prices are probably pretty fair for the project, although I'd like to see you get two more bids just to make sure that's true -- it's not like that's the cheapest price for getting three windows put into a single opening. I would try and get a cheaper bid for no other reason than to go back to the Ply Gem and Simonton dealer and see how much lower they are willing to drop the price for your business.

I think the Simonton 5500 is the better window, not by much, but I'd spend the extra $200 for the Simonton over the Ply Gem Pro for sure.

In terms of the best set up, I think it's too much personal preference to steer you one way or another. I like casements myself, but it's quite a bit more than the slider option. If it's a bedroom, I would go with the slider and be done with it. If it's a real focal point of your home, then I would consider the other two options.

Dan K. - April, 2017


Simonton 5500 vs Preservation Windows

Looking for 11 double hung replacement windows, all in white. We live in the Raleigh, North Carolina area and are trying to get a handle on the Simonton 5500 vs. the Preservation vinyl windows.

Simonton 5500: $5000 (Includes aluminum capping on the outside of the windows. It also includes 6 dormer boards that need to be replaced.)

Preservation: $6100 (Also includes the exterior capping, we never discussed the dormer boards but I'm assuming they might throw this in as well.)

Trudy - January, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Trudy, I personally think that Preservation windows are overpriced, from what I've seen of them. They offer nice features, but the frame itself isn't anything that impressive, not for how much they sell it for. I like the Simonton 5500 model -- it's quite well made and has lots of good features and options available. The $5000 price tag sounds like a VERY fair price for the window and all the additional work.

Dan K. - January, 2017


Simonton 5500 Window Pricing

What's your opinion on this deal...13 windows, Simonton Reflections 5500 Pro Solar low E366 glass with grids $8200 complete? I like the owner Allen Conner. You have bee a great help...thank you.

Lenny - February, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Lenny, I think that deal sounds pretty solid. $630 per window is decent, although I think you could work that down a bit, or at least try. You may want to say something like, "I have another bid on the Ply Gem Pro or Premium that came in at $7000, which is more in line with my budget. If you could come close to this price, I'm all ready to sign." Something like this, just to see if there is some wiggle room on the price. Worse thing he can say is there isn't any room -- then you know you've found his lowest price.

Dan K. - February, 2017


Simonton 5500 vs Window World 6000 Series

I live in Kansas City and I need to replace 21 windows, one is a a rather large picture window. This is our forever home so we want to buy something that's good quality and will help with the overall energy efficiency of the home. I have bids so far from Window World on their higher end 6000 series for $9225. Another on the Vinylmax Easton window for $11,250. One on the Soft-Lite Imperial LS window for $12,825. And finally the Simonton 5500 window for $12,500.

Window World 6000 -- $9225

Vinylmax Easton -- $11,250

Simonton 5500 -- $12,500

Soft-Lite Imperial LS -- $12,825

Which option would you recommend I choose. Or which would you choose?

Brendan - August, 2009

Site Editor's Response

The Soft-Lite Imperial LS is an excellent window and actually that price sounds pretty fair to me. I would throw out the Window World bid, the 6000 is an Xact window that is not a good quality product. The Simonton 5500 Reflections is a good window, but the Imperial LS is the better deal. I also like the Vinylmax Easton window, but if it were me, I would spend the extra $1600 and get one of the top performers on the market.

Dan K. - April, 2016








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Simonton Pro Finish Windows Costs



Simonton Pro Finish Contractor Price

We live in Wisconsin and are building a home and need to buy windows - 25 in all. My top two candidates are the Marvin Integrity (some use the interior wood, while others use the full fiberglass). The other is the Simonton Pro Finish Contractor. We plan to live in our home for a long time and I'm trying to get some perspective on costs.

Simonton Pro Finish Contractor: $9K

Marvin integrity: $21K

Joannie - October, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Joannie, this is a tough question to answer because these window are so different and the prices are amazingly different as well. While the Integrity price might be a bit high (I'd like to see you get a couple more fiberglass window bids to compare), the Integrity is a good fiberglass window. If it were me, I would also get a bid on the Infinity to see how that one compares.

The Simonton Pro Finish Contractor window is more of an entry level window and not one that I would recommend for a homeowner who plans to stay in their home long term. If anything, at least upgrade to the ProFinish Master window, which is sturdier and uses better components.

Dan K. - October, 2016








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Simonton Daylight Max Windows Costs



Simonton Daylight Max STC Rating

Hi, I live in the San Francisco bay area (gives you idea of weather). I have a house with single paned aluminum windows. My neighborhood is loud and I?m sensitive to noise. If I can?t get the noise reduced in my home, I will have to sell it and move. I'd prefer not to do that.

I?ve had a few quotes. The best one thus far is for Simonton Daylight Max. I've read your opinion about them and I know they are low/mid level windows and not your first choice. However, I am on a tight budget and my primary concern is noise, not energy conservation or anything else. I do not plan on staying in this house forever and figure just about any new, double paned window will be an improvement.

I?d like to find out the STC rating of these windows with and without the "sound package," i.e. "3/16 over 1/8 with Super spacer 5/8 overall IG thickness." I'd also like to find out what the STC rating is with laminated glass. Simonton does not have the STC rating for this published anywhere that I can find. I have called and emailed them, but never get a response. Not promising.

Thank you.

Lisa - Homeowner - from 2018

Site Editor's Response

Lisa, I looked but couldn't find the STC rating for the Simonton Daylight Max window. I'm sure they don't publish the information because it probably isn't that strong a number. If they do offer the sound package or glass offset, you should definitely order it this way. A glass offset is relatively effective in stopping noise. Also the simple upgrade to a double pane window over old aluminum windows is going to help quite a bit.

However, are they going to stop big city noise, probably not as much as you'd like. For one thing, the Daylight Max is a thinner framed window so that doesn't help. It's a decent enough window, but it's not a great one. Unfortunately the west coast doesn't have a ton of high quality vinyl windows to choose from.

However (once more), if you are tight on budget and don't plan on staying in your house too long then the Daylight Max with the glass offset is probably a pretty good way to go. I wish I had a better option for you. I like the Viwinco OceanView window, but I seriously doubt it's available in SF Bay Area.

Dan K. - August, 2018


Simonton Daylight Max vs. Anlin Monte Verde Bayview

Hello, my house has very old, single pane, aluminum slider windows. In order to improve energy consumption, I installed solar panels (11.2 Kwh) and I've been shopping around for 9 replacement windows and a french slider. One of the companies I'm working with is quoting $8,000 for the Bay View option and $10,000 for the Catalina option.

Is the Anlin Catalina option a much better option and is the difference in quality worth a $2,000 difference in price?

Other quotes I have is a Simonton Daylight Max bid of $11,200 and a Milgard Tuscany quote for $12,300.

I appreciate any help you can provide.

Mario - April, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Mario, the Anlin options are the best of the bunch. The Bay View option is pretty similar to the Daylight Max, both of which use a slightly less robust frame to maximize glass area. The downside of these is going to be some loss of energy efficiency and overall strength. Assuming you are in a mild climate, this is probably not a huge deal.

The Tuscany quote sounds high to me.

The $2000 difference is about what I'd expect between the two Anlin series. If it were me and I was staying in my house long term, I'd go with the Catalina option. If I were leaving in 6 to 8 years, I'd go with the Bay View option.

Dan K. - March, 2018


Simonton Daylight Max or Ply Gem Pro

I forgot to ask about Simonton Daylight Max, which is being sold at $380 installed. Another company is offering either the Simonton or the Ply Gem Pro for $400 installed. He is pushing the Ply Gem Pro, and from the reviews I suppose thats fine. Just wanted a second opinion. Thank you!!

Mike - October, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Mike, the Simonton Daylight max is an okay vinyl window, but nothing that stands out. I would put it in the low to mid of the mid range vinyl windows on the market. I think the Ply Gem Pro is easily the better of the two in my opinion.

Dan K. - May, 2017


Simonton Daylight Max Prices

I'm considering getting the Simonton 7300 Daylight Max window. We have a total of 40 windows and the quote is for $25,580. I live in the northwest and can't tell if this is a good price or not.

Andy - November, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Andy, without have at least one more bid to compare it to, I can't give you a definitive answer as to whether the bid is too high or not. At $650 per window, this strikes me as high on the surface. The Daylight Dax is a decent middle of the road window, but I usually put $400 per vinyl window completely installed as the average price a consumer should pay. Get a few more bids and see where they come in and we cane go from there.

Dan K. - November, 2016








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Simonton Gold Windows Prices



Simonton Gold or Alside Sheffield

How do you feel about the Alside Sheffield compared to either the Mezzo or the Simonton Gold. We have another installer that is scheduled for a quote and that is the model they install?

Fran - April, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Fran, I prefer the Mezzo and the Simonton Gold over the Alside Sheffield. The Sheffield is an old design and not particularly good to begin with, although the window does use a sloped sill, which is preferable to the snap in sill. The Mezzo is a newer and improved design, although it still drains water through the frame, which I don't like. For the money, I'd probably go with the Simonton Gold.

Dan K. - May, 2017








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Simonton Impressions Windows Prices



Simonton Impressions Window vs. Sunrise

We are replacing some Wenco casements and have studied your website to find good replacement options. Have bids from Sunrise and Marvin but Simonton just came on our radar. How would you rate Simonton and Sunrise in terms of quality and price? We appreciate your advice.

Doug - June, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Sunrise are going to be the better window in general. They should run 25% to 30% more than Simonton as well. The premium series from Simonton are good though, particularly the 5500 Reflections and the Impressions series. The lower end Sunrise Essentials is low to mid range vinyl window, while the Sunrise Classic or Standard is a very good vinyl window. These are important distinctions to make since you are buying a particular window series most of the time.

In general, I would go Sunrise over Simonton 9 out of 10 times.

Dan K. - June, 2017








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Simonton Madeira Windows Prices



Simonton Madeira vs. Milgard Tuscany

I live in San Diego and plan to replace my 2 patio doors and 17 windows. I've had several quotes and was hoping to get your opinion on what I've collected thus far.

Simonton Madeira Series: $13,825
Anlin Del Mar Series: $16,825
Milgard Tuscany Series: $12,995

Bob - May, 2019

Site Editor's Response

I think the Anlin is probably your best bet. The Simonton Madeira is right after that one. All those bids are well priced I'd say.

Dan K. - May, 2019




Simonton Madeira Windows Prices



Simonton StormBreaker Plus Bid

I need to buy impact vinyl windows for my Florida home in the Tampa area. We have 11 windows total, but in all honesty, I'm not sure how long we will be living here.

Simonton StormBreaker Plus Series: $20K
Eastern Architectural Bertha Series: $16K

Frank - June, 2019

Site Editor's Response

Frank, impact windows are expensive. If you don't need them by code, I'd get a decent dual pane window from Simonton, PGT, Ply Gem, or CWS. Between the two bids you have, I'd say the Simonton is worth the extra $4K.

Dan K. - June, 2019








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