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Marvin Windows Prices

Marvin windows prices range from $500 to $1500 for a standard sized double hung window and installation. Their specialty products, such as bows and bays, will range in price from $3,200 to $4,500 installed. The company used to market three main window lines: the Marvin Integrity, Infinity, and Ultimate. The fiberglass Integrity was considered their least expensive window that was primarily for replacement window applications. The fiberglass Infinity was primarily for new construction applications, while the Ultimate was the company's wood clad window.

In 2019, the company overhauled their products and now they sell three window series: Marvin Essential, Marvin Elevate, and Marvin Signature. The Signature is available in two very different options, Modern and Ultimate. We will go through each window lines and give you the basics of each. Check out all of Marvin windows price increase 2021 and see what consumers are now paying for these windows and door.

--- Price Range: $500 to $1500 installed ---

Essential Series | Elevate Series

Signature Series | Infinity Series

Ultrex Series | Ultimate Series



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Entry Marvin Windows Prices

Entry level pricing for a Marvin window will be in that $500 to $750 range fully installed. Prior to 2019, this would probably be the Integrity all-Ultrex window or possibly the Infinity fiberglass window. This "lower end" price point would probably include few upgrades, along with simple pocket insert installation.

Starting in 2019, this entry level pricing would probably be for their streamlined Essential Collection. The Essential window uses clean lines and profiles. The Essential Collection is essentially what used to be the Integrity All-Ultrex, which used the . To stay within this price point, consumer would probably need to go with an insert or retrofit installation, as opposed to a new construction

--- Price Range: $500 to $750 installed ---


Mid Range Marvin Windows Prices

Mid range pricing for a Marvin window will be in that $750 to $1000 range fully installed. Prior to 2019, this would probably be the Integrity wood clad Ultrex window, the Infinity to the Ultimate wood window. This "mid range" price point would probably include a few upgrades, along with normal installation in the $100 to $200 per window range.

Starting in 2019, this mid range pricing would probably be for their Elevate Collection, or possibly the Ultimate wood window. The Elevate Collection is essentially what used to be the Integrity Wood-Ultrex, which combines a fiberglass exterior with a pine wood interior. The Ultimate wood clad window series is more expensive so to keep this in that price range you are probably talking about a retrofit installation and few to no upgrades on the Ultimate.

--- Price Range: $750 to $1000 installed ---


High End Marvin Windows Prices

Mid range pricing for a Marvin window will be in the $1000 to $1500 range fully installed. Prior to 2019, this would probably be for a "loaded" Infinity window or an Ultimate wood clad. These higher end windows were included in what was known as the Marvin Contemporary Studio.

Starting in 2019, this premium price point would probably be for the Signature Collection in either the Ultimate or the Modern line. The Ultimate is the company's high end wood clad window, while its Modern series uses an exterior fiberglass, along with an interior aluminum frame. Not surprisingly, the Modern series makes for a very modern and sleek look. The Signature Collection from Marvin offers a wide range of window styles, configurations, frame colors and design options.

--- Price Range: $1000 to $1500 installed ---


Company Basics

Marvin Windows And Doors is regarded by many industry experts as one of the top window manufacturers in the United States. While it is certainly true that there are Marvin windows reviews pages that include dissatisfied customers and homeowners, the majority of customers, contractors, distributors and installers feel the company makes a high quality product and offers good customer service. The company is most well known for their Ultrex fiberglass windows and doors.

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Products And Lines

Marvin window products and lines enjoy a good reputation within the industry. Two of their main product lines are a fiberglass construction so it makes sense to talk a bit about the pros and cons of this material over vinyl windows. However, fiberglass (which Marvin's unique fiberglass product is called Ultrex) has some nice features.


Marvin Essential Collection

The Marvin Essential Collection is a streamlined all fiberglass window that uses clean lines and profiles. The Essential Collection is a reimagined Integrity All-Ultrex model and is the least expensive Marvin window option. The Marvin Essential can be ordered in either a retrofit or new construction set up.

--- Price Range: $500 to $750 installed ---


Marvin Essential Collection Cost

Hi Brandon, well I'm working my way through additional quotes for replacement windows. Do you mind taking a look at the attached quote? What are your thoughts on the Marvin windows and fiberglass compared to high end vinyl or composite?

38 windows

$47,670

7 Essential Collection

31 elevate windows

Installation includes removal of the existing windows leaving the primary wood frames along with the interior and exterior window moldings intact, installation of the new windows into the existing wood frames, seal the interior perimeter of the new windows, replace any water damaged exterior trim boards with primed wood, installation of a new aluminum drip cap at the top of the exterior trim boards, and cover the existing exterior trim boards with a matching color aluminum trim and seal weather-tight. Haul the old windows and job debris from site.

Nick - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Nick, the bid price looks like about what I would expect from a Marvin dealer. The Elevate and Essential windows are quite good. I tend to think a high end vinyl is a better deal over fiberglass, but there is lots of debate in the industry as to whether or not this is true. I definitely like the Marvin brand and think it's a well made and nice looking window. It's a fair price, but you could always use a lower bid to see if the Marvin dealer has wiggle room on his price -- ask him to match a lower bid and see if he bites. Here are more options in case you want to expand your search...contact us directly for our list.

Brandon - Site Editor - from 2021


Marvin Essential Cost Bid

We have 23 windows that need replacing and live in Jacksonville, FL.

Pella 250 Series Cost Bid: $28K

Soft-lite Barcelona Cost Bid: $38K

Marvin Essentials Cost Bid: $18K

Marvin Elevate Cost Bid: $25K

Gerry - Homeowner - from 2021


Marvin Essential Price Quote

Hello! We recently received a few quotes for replacement of 4 windows and would appreciate some guidance. We live in the Chicagoland area.

The quotes are below.

Opal Enterprises
Kolbe Forgent Series
$7200 - the most expensive

Gilkey
3 pane $6530
2 pane $5980

Naperville Windows and Door
Marvin Essential
$5100

We were also looking to get black trim on the outside and were wondering if this would be best with fiberglass. Gilkey is Vinyl and we are worried about fading.

Thank you in advance for your help

Jackie - Homeowner - from 2020

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Jackie, I would say the Marvin Essential bid is the best of the bunch there. One, the least expensive. Two, a quality fiberglass window by a good manufacturer. One other option you may want to check is with the Okna dealer who services the Chicagoland area. I know he usually pushes the Starmark Evo, a composite window that is a really excellent product.

Brandon - Site Editor


Marvin Windows Price List Question

Brandon, do you think Anlin would be my best bet for windows for a manufactured home instead of Marvin. I want a good quality window but do not want to install more then what I really need. Thank you for your advise. I greatly appreciate it.

Judy - Homeowner - from 2021

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Judy, both of these companies make very good windows. Anlin is a high quality vinyl manfuacturer and the one I would go with because Marvin is quite a bit more expesnive. On average, you will pay 30% more for fiberglass. For most homes, a quality vinyl window is the better move financially. Marvin's Eeesential series is the move I would make if you do decide to buy Marvin windows.

Brandon - Site Editor - from 2021






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Marvin Elevate Collection

The Marvin Elevate Collection is a fiberglass exterior, warm pine wood interior window. Prior to 2019, the Elevate was the Integrity Wood-Ultrex window. The Elevate combines the beauty of a real wood interior with the strength and durability of a fiberglass cladding. The Marvin Elevate can be ordered in either a retrofit or new construction set up.

--- Price Range: $750 to $1000 installed ---


Marvin - Elevate Wood Clad Costs

Hi Brandon - I'm getting 3 sliding doors and 2 large satellite windows replaced in the first phase of my project. I've gotten many quotes and have basically narrowed it down to the following.

Zen Windows - Installing ProVia Endure Series Doors for $13k

Sunrise - Installing Vanguard Doors for $15k (can probably get him down another $1k at least, potentially matching the Zen Quote)

Marvin - Elevate (wood clad) Series Doors for $17.3k

Do you have a preference between these quotes? I'm fairly certain that all 3 companies would do a good job with installation.

The 2nd phase of the project is going to be around 30 windows. I have a rough quote from each place on these since I was thinking I would likely use the same company that installs the doors to do the windows.

Zen Windows is quoting around $700 (softlite) each installed.

Sunrise is quoting around $850 each Restoration window installed

Marvin is quoting around $1100 each Elevate Series installed.

Based on the Phase 2 quotes, would you change your selection for the doors? I would consider using the ProVia doors and the Sunrise Windows if the ProVia doors are significantly "better" than the Vanguard doors. My wife is very concerned about the look of the windows, so the smaller frames of the Sunrise are appealing to her.

Thanks for your help.

Adam - Homeowner - from 2021

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Adam, all of the bids look good and the price differences between the three look to be about what I would expect. Although I do like Marvin windows and doors, the extra cost has to be worth it for you. Some people really like the idea of the fiberglass over the vinyl and if you are one of those people than the Marvin might be the way to go.

Personally, I am not in that camp and think they look pretty darn similar. If you wife like the thinner frame of the Restoration, then I would say the Sunrise bid with the Vanguard doors is the way to go for phase one and two. If this were my home and I were going to be in the home long term, I would go with the Sunrise first, the Zen second and the Marvin third (or if money wasn’t all that big a factor for me).

Brandon - Site Editor - from 2021


Marvin Elevate Window Cost

Hi Brandon, I hope all is well. We are unfortunately still debating window lines and probably have about two weeks to make a decision. My intuition is pushing me to the Windsor line because of the price point and value. I do however feel like I am settling for less in design and workmanship in the Windsor line. I really like the Marvin Elevate line you recommended; however, the manufacturer has a limitation in glass size in the Elevate line due to support of large windows in fiberglass frame, so I would have to order some of the windows in the Marvin Signature line and am concerned they would not match in design or age differently over time.

The front of our house has two large corner windows that would have to be ordered in the Signature Line and the adjacent front windows would be in the Elevate line. I am therefore at a crossroads and am still open to considering other manufacturers.

Before I pull the trigger, I thought I would reach to out to you one more time for some recommendations on other manufacturers. I hope you do not mind.

Here are some features we would most like in the window product line:

Contemporary Low Profile Exterior
Exterior casement flush or exterior or with minimal setback
Aluminum or Fiberglass Exterior (Probably in Black or Dark Color)
Wood Interior (pre-primed would be nice)

Of course we are on a mid-level budget. I wish we weren't, but life has its limitations.

I absolutely look forward to your thoughts.

Rick - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Rick, if you are sticking with wood windows, maybe check out the Jeld Wen aura last line. The wood comes with a lifetime warranty because of the treatment they use. The Jeld Wen is reasonably priced and I have heard good things about it, but don’t know about how it holds up over time. The warranty is reassuring in terms of what the company thinks of its own product.

The Windsor is a good mid level option as well.

What about the Andersen 200 series? This might achieve your goals as well.

Brandon - Site Editor - from 2021


Marvin Elevate Cost Bid

Hi Brandon, I have estimates for 17 double hung window inserts with a white interior, a dark bronze exterior, and colonial grid lines. We collected 6 price bids.

Alside Mezzo Series Bid: $12,530

Alside Sheffield Series Bid: $17,880

Andersen 100 Series Bid: $20,315

Marvin Elevate Series Bid: $20,740

Pella 250 Series Bid: $22,760

Andersen 400 Series Bid: $28,960

Lillian - Homeowner - from 2021


Marvin Windows Cost vs Pella

I am having my siding replaced on my home in Cape Cod. I live right on the water and get terrific winds and driving rain. My plan is to replace 14 windows that face the water at the same time. Because I am removing the siding and trim boards (I'm replacing with PVC) I can use windows designed for new construction.

I have 2 questions:

One involves the siding. I'm leaning towards the Certain teed Vinyl Impressions siding. They make a line that comes in panels and another line that are individual singles. The individual shingle style is more expensive $660 vs $425 per sq. Given my location is the cedar impression product a good choice. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Feel free to recommend something else.

Now for the windows.

All are same size—rough opening is 32x49

We were leaning towards vinyl or fiberglass-we want white on white-no grills

I had Pella sales guy in and he was pushing the Pella 250 series. Harvey windows are big here on the cape. I see from your site you are not a big fan of the pella 250 series. The Harvey classic line is the other consideration. There is also Marvin but have not really looked into then yet. Recommendations appreciated.

If you were me-what would you use? Getting an opinion from you is super valuable. Ever time I talk to window place of lumber yard they push one over another. An unbiased opinion for knowledgeable individual is invaluable.

Thanks in advance for the help.

Alan - Homeowner - from 2021

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Alan, I would personally not put a CertainTeed window in my home. I'd much prefer the Pella 250 series. I'd prefer the Harvey Classic to the Pella 250, this is a quality vinyl window. The Pella 250 is a decent enough window, it's just not always priced out very fair in my opinion. The Marvin Elevate is a great window, but it will be expensive. I would get a bid or two more off the following list.

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Brandon - Site Editor - from 2021


Marvin Elevate Windows Cost

Here is the quote, two options.

Option 1
We will supply materials and labor to remove existing windows and install 2-3 section casement with middle picture window, 5 casement,1 awning and 1 patio door. Marvin Elevate window with pre stained wood interior, bronze fiberglass exterior, fold down hardware, matching screens, Cardinal LowE/wArgon thermal pane glass, pre-stained interior casings.
Total with financing= 24,860 / Sales promo and payment by check or cash = $22,580. Marvin 3% price increase 3-12-2021

Option 2

Restorations composite window with vinyl, fiberglass and R-core frames, Cardinals 8 Layered LowE/Argon thermal pane glass, white interior with painted interior casings, Earthtone exteriors, fold down hardware, screens and Lifetime Warranty Non Prorated Warranty.
Total with financing = 21,270.00 / Sales promo and payment by check or cash = $19,330

Thanks!

Lev - Homeowner - from 2021

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Lev, for me the Sunrise Restorations hybrid vinyl/fiberglass window is better than the Marvin Elevate window. Both great products, but from an energy efficiency standpoint, I would personally go with the Sunrise option over the Marvin. Plus, it is less expensive...and I hate when companies tell you to decide in three days or they are going to raise the price. That's not the way to do business in my opinion.

Brandon - Site Editor - from 2021


Marvin Elevate Fiberglass Windows Cost

Hi! I am replacing all of the windows on my home (tudor style, in Queens, New York) and will be doing an extension with new windows, likely floor to ceiling (or just about) and a french patio door. I love love love the Marvins, but hate the price. I thought I settled on the Anderson 400 series, but they are also very expensive, and I got a crazy price with installation. I also thought about the Pella and JeldWyn but haven't been to see them (or price them) yet. I have since decided that my contractor will install through his window subcontractor.

I want a look that works well with a tudor – black exterior with wood trim interior, and grills. And the frame needs to be narrow too. By the way, I am set on casement windows.

What are the best alternatives to the Anderson and Marvin – I am looking for the best price/quality ratio, but of course the aesthetics need to be there too. I would like to have something that mimics the look of the original (metal/steel, I presume) in tudor homes, without breaking the bank.

Thanks!

Cynthia - Homeowner - from 2021

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Cynthia, Marvin does make an excellent fiberglass window, but yes they can be expensive. You could try a high end vinyl with an exterior black and a wood laminate interior. The Okna 700 comes in a black exterior and in a number of nice woodgrains.

The slimmest window would probably be the Sunrise Restorations, which is a hybrid vinyl/fiberglass. It's pretty difficult to find a window that mimics metal/steel these days, unless it is an aluminum, which will have very poor energy efficiency numbers. Of course, they are strong as hell...Any of the following I would recommend.

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Brandon - Site Editor - from 2021


Marvin Elevate Windows Costs

Tom, I wanted to reach out and say thanks for putting together an awesome site on windows! It is super difficult for consumers, who deal with windows so infrequently, to really distill all the information down to make a selection of what window to purchase. I've found myself having to go from minimal real knowledge to a moderately knowledgeable consumer in rapid fashion, a lot of it due to reading articles on your site.

I wanted to share some quotes I got with you, as I think it's always good to see how things are stacking up in terms of your recommendations. For my project I had two points driving my decision:

I wanted fiberglass windows, mainly for their durability over time and to help secure the gas seal as I live in the midwest which can get pretty cold and fairly hot. Fiberglass seems to be a good choice for midwest weather.

I wanted to target a u factor of .2, as I felt that was pretty good (not the best) and could be achieved at a reasonable price point. I have some fairly large window walls, and concerned about efficiency in cold midwest winters!

Based on reading your site, I got quotes from Marvin (Elevate line) and from Alpen (quoted 625 series). The Marvin's came in pricier (66K) vs the Alpen (60K), but the Marvin's also have full triple pane glass, along with wood interior materials. I'm still trying to research Alpen's heat mirror suspended film, as I've read some questionable things on it. Anyway, I thought I'd provide both quotes so you can see them and help provide information to other buyers on where the two vendors stand on pricing. Also will give you all the specs on each in terms of glazing, partitions, etc. to see if they are apples to apples in terms of the two products (I feel they are fairly close)

PS - I'm leaning towards the Marvin's mainly because the triple pane glass is known to make a high quality window, vs Alpen's film. When spending this type of money, I don't want to have any issues.

Thanks again.

Ryan - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Ryan, both excellent products. I agree that the prices are close enough that the Elevate would be my call as well. I will post your notes and prices. Thanks!

Brandon - Site Editor - from 2020

[Ryan's Response]

I forgot to mention, there are a couple doors in my Marvin quote as well. When I take them out, the price was very similar, and also close to an Anderson quote I got through my GC (although I think he quoted a lower quality Anderson window).

Anyway, thanks again Tom, hopefully this info helps someone else make good decisions!

Ryan - Homeowner - from 2020


Marvin Elevate Windows Cost

We're meeting with a Marvin sales rep today, and someone from Thebco (a local family-owned window/door/siding company that's been around since 1976) who carries Sunrise Restoration windows. I'm really hoping that the bids are more in line with what we're looking to spend. Pella's bid is just off the rails, and the Renewal by Andersen is reasonable only in comparison to Pella.

Our handyman is a little wary of vinyl, believing that Wisconsin's weather extremes cause too much expansion/contraction that, over time, reduces the tightness of the fit. He's a big fan of wood and fiberglass, though, and personally likes a Wisconsin-made window called Kolbe and Kolbe (he thinks they also manufacture Marvin windows, or Marvin is made at the same factory, and thinks Kolbe are easier to install, but the glass comes from China and I guess Kolbe are hard to find now). He also knows the installers who work for Waunakee Remodeling, the local Renewal by Andersen dealer, and thinks they're great.

So I'm hoping the Marvin and Sunrise bids are more reasonable, and I have to think that price is somewhat negotiable . . . If the Renewal bid was closer to $40,000 range (which would still be about $2,000/window, and $5,000/sliding glass door), I could maybe see that, but $58,000 just seems a little out of control. I'll keep you posted on our next bids!

Thanks again, Brandon!

Marc - Homeowner

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Marc, if he's worried about expansion/contraction, fiberglass and composites would be the call. Both can be quite expensive. I'd get a bid from an Okna dealer on their Starmark Evo composite window.

Renewal makes a composite window -- don't let anyone fool you though, the Okna is the much better window over the RBA, and less expensive. (Compare U-value, AI, DP, and SHGC for the proof of this).

Kolbe and Kolbe makes a good window, I don't hear about them that often. Marvin makes the best fiberglass windows in my opinion, but they aren't cheap. Well, they are compared to Renewal.

Brandon - Site Editor -- from 2021






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Marvin Signature Collection

The Marvin Signature Collection offers both the Ultimate and Modern window series. The Marvin Ultimate is the company's high end wood clad window, which is a beautiful and well made wood clad window. The Modern product line uses a fiberglass exterior and an aluminum interior. The idea behind Marvin Modern windows and doors is super clean lines and thin window frames.

The Signature Collection from Marvin offers the widest range of window styles, configurations, frame colors and design options.

--- Price Range: $1000 to $1500 installed ---


Marvin Ultimate Windows Prices

Hi, I'm planning for 7 inserts on the street-facing side of my 1912 semi-craftsman SF Bay Area home. It's not terribly historic after what past homeowners did to it, but if I replace the 20 year-old Milgard Classic inserts with Jen-Weld Siteline clad pockets or Marvin Ultimates G2s (cha-ching!), I might be returning a little respect back to the home. I would be struggling to do the Marvin on my budget, so am hoping to hear what you think about a few thousands bucks saved for Jeld-Wen Siteline.

Matt - Homeowner - from 2021

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Matt, I agree with you that the Marvin Ultimates G2s are expensive. Jeld Wen makes a decent wood clad window. What I like about them is the use of the aura last wood protection, which carries a lifetime warranty. What I don't love about them is the overall production issues that Jeld Wen sometimes has. Still the price difference might be enough to justify going with Jeld Wen, especially if it's half the price. They do make a nice looking window.

Brandon - Site Editor - from 2021


Reviews

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Marvin Infinity Windows Cost

--- Price Range: $750 to $900 installed ---


Marvin Infinity vs. Anlin Del Mar

Dear Brandon, I came across your excellent Replacement Windows Reviews web site and have found it so helpful! Thanks for creating this great resource. I have a question about comparing two windows that I've narrowed down my search to. I know there's never an easy or exact answer for a window comparison, that there are many factors, but wonder what you think of the tradeoffs between two window models. I'm considering these as replacements for worn and poorly fitting old vinyl windows in my small, 95 year-old home in Denver Colorado:

Anlin Del Mar

Marvin Infinity

My sense from my research is that the Marvin Infinity is a higher quality, longer-lasting window due to its 100% fiberglass construction. However, the Anlin Del Mar still sounds like a good window, and I'm wondering if it is "good enough," particularly at a 40% lower cost, as I outline below.

Cost factor: In terms of cost, I have a quote from a window company to replace 7 windows in my house. The prices are for windows and installation, with a lifetime warranty on materials and labor. They've given me a quote for both window brands:

Anlin Del Mar: $6,800

Marvin Infinity: $11,000

Many thanks for any thoughts and advice that you can share!

Regards.

Paul - Homeowner - from 2021

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Paul, I would say the Anlin Del Mar is the better value here. The Infinity is probably the better window, but you are correct thath the Anlin Del Mar is a great window in its own right. And at a 40% lower price, this is what I would lean toward. Of course, it would also depend on the online reviews for the company doing the actual installation.

Brandon - Site Editor - from 2021



Marvin Ultrex Windows Cost

--- Price Range: $800 to $1100 installed ---


Marvin Integrity Series Cost

I have two bids on two very different windows on 40 windows in total.

Marvin Integrity Ultrex: $1110 each install

MI 1600 Series: $428 each installed.

Natalie - Homeowner - from 2021


Marvin Ultrex Price Quote

Hi there- I need to replace four windows for my home in Napa, CA. The dimensions are 47.5 x 47.5, 95.5 x 47.5, 47.5 x 35.5, and 59.5 x 47.5. I have received two quotes— Ply Gem 200 series at $4049 and Marvin Ultrex at $2869. What are your opinions on these two options? I had another estimate for Anderson windows at $4660 but that is just too pricey for me. Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Adam - Homeowner - from 2021

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Adam, that Marvin quote is super reasonable for the Marvin Ultrex. That would be my pick over the Ply Gem 200 even if they were the same prices. The Marvin Ultrex is a good fiberglass clad window, just make sure that the installation company doing the work has a solid reputation for quality work.

Brandon - Site Editor - from 2021






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Marvin Ultimate Windows Cost

--- Price Range: $1,000 to $1,300 installed ---


Marvin Ultimate Window Price

Hi Dane - your website mentions that you are willing to provide impartial perspective on window quotes. Thanks for that amazing offer! I'm attaching two quotes I got from Andersen and Marvin and am curious to hear your thoughts.

Windows: 5

Patio Doors: 1

Specialty Windows: 6

Renewal By Andersen: $55,526.

Marvin Ultimate Collection Bid: 55,768.00

Roy - Homeowner - from 2021

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Roy, those are expensive quotes from quite expensive manufacturers. My suggestion is to get at least a couple more bids to see some prices under $50K. RBA is way overpriced. Marvin Ultimate is a very good window, so if you do go with one, the Marvin bid would be my selection.

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