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Inline Window Prices And Quotes
Explore Inline window costs and prices from real consumer quotes on the 300, 400, 700, 800 and 900 fiberglass windows. The company sells one basic model, with each number designation, 300, 400, etc, referring to the style of window?instead of different levels or grades of windows. Consumers can add upgrades as they see fit with the obvious price increases for each add on.
As fiberglass windows go, Inline windows tend to be well built and somewhat expensive. The Ontario Canada based company has decent distribution in certain portions of the U.S. and is a quality company with quality products. Consumers can expect very solid energy efficiency numbers with these fiberglass windows, including high SHGC
Dan K. - Site Editor
Inline Pricing By Model: 900 Series
Inline 900 Series Costs
Inline 900 Series vs. Gilkey G Series
Need 19 windows replaced -- (7) 30 x 60 DH, (2) 24 x 60 DH, (1) 42 x 60 PW, (3) 24 x 42 DH, (6) 36 x 60 DH
Gilkey G Series: $14,900
Revere Berkshire Elite: $9,399
Inline Fiberglass 900 Series: $8,694
Below are the InLine Notes:
i) Type W4 will have frosted glass as per your request.
ii) Clear glass will cost the same as Low-E glass, I therefore included your garage windows in with the Type W5 units.
iii) You have 3 choices of Low-E coatings, all for the same price. You can mix and match depending on which elevation the units are located at. I?d be happy to help you decide which coatings are best suited for each elevation utilizing the Passive Solar premise.
Alice - Homeowner - February, 2018
Site Editor's Response
Alice, so I took a look at all of your bids. I like Gilkey windows, but the bid is quite a bit more expensive than the other two so I don't think you need to go with this one.
The Berkshire Elite for $9,399 is a solid bid, but I think you have a much better bid.
The Inline Fiberglass 900 Series for $8,694 (I totaled up the cost for nail fins, anchors and shipping) is a great bid. I'm assuming that your contractor is doing the install and as long as he feels comfortable installing the Inline Fiberglass windows, that's the one I would go with. I don't get a ton of questions about them, but they are a solid operation from everything I've heard.
Let me know how it goes!
Dan K. - February, 2018