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Amerimax Window Prices

Amerimax window prices run from the mid to slightly high end of the vinyl windows spectrum. The company has a good reputation and is one of the better vinyl window manufacturers available on the West Coast. One advantage they have over Anlin and Simonton is quite a few more exteior frame colors to choose from - this greatly adds to the cost of a window but is a nice option to have if need be.

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Amerimax Masters Grande Prices


Amerimax Masters Grande Windows

The Masters Grande window is the low end offering from Amerimax that comes in 10 exterior frame colors, even sightlines and comes standard with a 10 year warranty. Performance wise, expect the following numbers; U-value 0.28, VT 0.56, SHGC 0.30. Probably comparable to the Gorell 5000 or 5100 Series window.






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Amerimax Craftsman Portrait Prices


Amerimax Craftsman Portrait Windows

The Craftsman Portrait window is the mid range option and a step up from the Maters Grande series. It offers more robust weatherstripping and a better spacer between the window glass. Like the MG, it offers even sightlines and comes with a 20 year warranty on parts and labor. Performance wise, expect a u-value 0.28, SHGC 0.29. Comparable to the Standard Sunrise window.


Amerimax Craftsman Portrait Pricing

I live in Colorado and I am looking to replace 4 sliding windows, they are each 48x48 inch. I really liked the look of the Amerimax Craftsman Portrait. Plus they are made locally. The quote I got was for $2900. Based on other quotes I have seen this seems a bit high. What do you think?

David - Homeowner - from 2016

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David, $725 per window does seem high at first glance. However, I don't know what other components there are to your project that might account for this price tag. Get a bid from local companies who sell Milgard, Zen, and perhaps Simonton, and see how they compare in their bidding. This will tell you whether the bid is high or not. If you still like the Amerimax, you can use a lower bid to negotiate the dealer down.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Amerimax Craftsman Portrait Costs

I have a bid for the Amerimax Craftsman Portrait window, with low e366a and neat glass. They are single hung windows.

2- 35" x 70" $1,400
2- 70" x 59" $2,400 (4 windows)
1- 36" x 59" $600
1- 59" x 36" $600
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8 windows in 6 openings $5,000

Sandy - Homeowner - from 2016

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Sandy, that bid looks fair to me.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


Amerimax Craftsman Prices

We recently bought a 1960s house in Northern California and it is like a greenhouse with the old aluminum, single-pane. We are in the process of obtaining quotes from several reputable installers and are having a hard time seeing through the smoke and mirrors. We are replacing 14 large windows and two 8' patio doors.

We've gotten quotes for the Anlin Del Mar/Malibu, Milgard Tuscany, Simonton Madiera, Simonton DayLight Max, and Amerimax Crafstman. The Del Mar was most expensive at abotu $16k, Tuscany about $14.5k, Madiera about $13k, DayLight Max $12k, and the Amerimax at $11k. How do these products compare to each other? Does the price sound right? Is the quality of these products OK (is there anything better)? Is it worth spending more for fiberglass over vinyl (don't really want wood)?

Aaron - Homeowner - from 2016

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Aaron, of the list you sent, I like the Amerimax Craftsman Portrait at $11,000. I would say the Craftsman is comparable to the Tuscany and the Del Mar. I would say it is better than the two Simonton options that you have there.

In terms of price, I think the Del Mar sounds a bit high and the Amerimax sounds a bit low. I think you have some very solid vinyl choices and fiberglass, although a bit better pound for pound, is going to cost you more and I don't think it makes sense cost wise.

I would make sure that the Amerimax installer comes highly rated and is well reviewed. Assuming they are, this is who I'd go with. Best of luck to you!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


Amerimax Craftsman Portrait Costs

Hi Tim, your website has been a big help to me. Just looking for a quick non-skin in the game recommendation. I'm having a situation where all these guys are saying that the other one either sucks or isn't any better LoL. Zen has been pretty straightforward. We live in CO - all windows are south facing.

I've got 3 quotes for a variety of windows, some picture, some double hung, some standard sliders + 2 sliding glass doors. - Totals 2 doors + 15 windows.

Quote 1: Amerimax Craftsman Portrait with AG3 - $10,150

Quote 2: Zen Windows Nirvana - $13,010 (Soft-Lite Pro?)

Quote 3: Wincore 7700 - $13,400

Are any of these going to be better than the others? Just looking for some clarity on the actual quality in comparison of these 3 products.

- Homeowner - from 2016

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Chris, all three of these windows are good. I would say they are close, but I think the Soft-Lite Pro (you are correct) is the best of the bunch. I really like the window. Zen windows are franchises and often fairly new into the business (that doesn't mean whoever is running it is though). My point being, make sure that the Zen dealer has a good crew of installers who have good reviews and experience. Of course, this goes for all three companies.

All in all, I think you have three good bids - but it is annoying when everyone is bashing the other one, not very professional.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

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Amerimax Aristocrat Windows Prices


Amerimax Aristocrat Casement Windows

The Aristocrat Casement can actually be ordered as either a casement or an awning window. It offers nice performance numbers, U-value 0.26, SHGC 0.25 and VT 0.47. This model is quite nice looking, with a nice slim frame and even sightlines. Comparable to say the Soft-Lite Imperial LS window.

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Amerimax Windows Cost vs Simonton 6100 Series

I received an outrageous quote from Pella...we wont talk about that.

I received another from HD for $7800. Simonton 6100 series windows. 10 double hung, a 2 piece slider and a 3 piece slider with a picture window in the middle.

In reading your posts here, HD is a bad idea. I found a very good local installer (JD Windows in Denver) who sells Amerimax windows. I'm reading their costs seem to be $450 - $600. Doing the math of the windows I mentioned above this added up to be around $4000 installed.

Am I missing something? Are there additional charges I'm not aware of? JDI will be visiting me later this week but I'd like to be well-informed. It seems HD is high priced for a lower end window. Thanks.

Kelly - Homeowner - from 2016

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Kelly, Pella is often one of the most expensive windows out there, so I'm not surprised.

You have 12 windows in all, one of which is quite large, so the $7800 is not bad ($650 on average per window fully installed) - remember although we try to provide general costs, most windows are priced out by the linear foot so the larger the window, the most expensive they are. I like Amerimax windows, but they are going to be at least as expensive as the Simonton, their entry level Amerimax Masters Grande series will probably be comparable to the VantagePointe 6100 series from Simonton. The mid range and higher end Amerimax windows will be more expensive than this.

If you like the VantagePointe 6100 series from Simonton, you could always buy it from HD and then find your own window installer via craigslist, Angies List, yelp, etc. and have them do the installation. They will usually come out and give you a free bid on the installation portion. I'm not a big fan of HD installation because of how they structure their payouts to the subcontractors. Just make sure that whoever does the install has lots of experience, good reviews, and seems to be very knowledgable about the job you are paying them to do.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016






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