Marvin operates in the premium end of the window market, making each product to order, one at a time, customizing windows to the exact specifications of the customer.
Milgard primarily focuses on the mid-range window marketplace with its vinyl windows available in four different series.
The company has spent much less time competing in the high-end slice of the new construction and window replacement markets. Milgard currently offers two high-end lines, the fiberglass Ultra Series and the wood-clad fiberglass Essence Series.
Milgard Windows Cost
Milgard’s bottom-of-the line Style Line series standard 48-inch x 60-inch double pane, double hung vinyl windows run between $300 and $450 per unit (not including the cost of installation), depending on the window-specific options.
Milgard single hung aluminum window will cost between $200 and $350 per unit.
Moving up in class, additional series of Milgard vinyl windows are offered in the $500 to $650 price range.
The Essence Series is Milgard’s entry into the premium window market. It is constructed with Douglas fir, pine or primed pine on the interior and fiberglass, with 15 colors, on the exterior. Quotes typically run between $40 and $50 per square foot, or between $800 and $1,100 for a standard double hung window, not including the cost of installation.
Marvin Windows Cost
Marvin’s go-to double hung wood clad window is its contemproary Ultimate G2 Windows series. Prices range from $850 to $1,650 per window installed. This window is available with IZ3 coastal/hurricane certification for hurricane prone areas.
For Marvin’s top-of-the-line Infinity Series classic double hung window in Standard, Cottage or Oriel style, you can expect to pay between $1,250 and $1,850 per window installed, depending on your location.
Marvin Infinity Ultrex fiberglass windows feature color matched and neutral dark components with bronze and ebony interior finishes. An easy tilt finish makes cleaning a breeze.
Note that window pricing can vary considerably as manufacturers often run discounts and incentives on their lines.
Did you know? Final cost can also vary depending on the design options like premium materials, locks and hardware, opening control devices, and the like.
Installation costs depend on whether replacement windows can be installed directly into the existing frames or whether new carpentry is required.
It is not unusual for a new window with options and installation to add many hundreds of dollars to the unit price.