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Sears vs Anlin And Ply Gem Windows

Here are 3 bids from 3 window replacement dealers.

Bid #1: Sears brand - $6,250 for (3)-6' wide & (1)-8' wide sliding window low-e.
Bid #2: PlyGem brand low-e3 - $3,000 for (5)-6' wide, (1)-8', & (1)-4' wide obscure/tempered bathroom window.
Bid #3: Anlin Catalina brand - $4,600 for (3)-6', (1)-8', & (1)-4' tempered/obscure - all sliding low-e.

Any opinions on what the best option is?

Ned - Homeowner - from 2015

[Site Editor's Response]

I'm not going to recommend the Sears Brand because I don't know what it is exactly. Sears typically sells a relabeled Simonton window. I would doubt whether the Simonton is a better offering than Anlin. The Ply Gem is cheap, I would imagine that's it's the contractor option, which is not all that impressive. I like the Anlin bid. The Anlin Catalina window is a good window. Seems kind of expensive though, make sure you negotiate the price to get it as low as possible.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2015

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