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Explore Apex Energy Systems prices and costs on many of their most popular replacement windows like the Insignia series and sliding doors.

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Editor's Apex Windows Cost Analysis

The window sold by Apex Energy Solutions is called the Insignia or sometimes the Insignia e2. The window is actually a relabeled Alside 8000 window, not unlike the Alside Preservation series. The window uses a block & tackle balance (solid), along with a snap in sill (the sloped sill is the much preferred sill to the snap in sill). In general, the Alside 8000 window is the best window that Alside sells. However, from a quality and craftsmanship persepctive, I would put this window in the upper half of mid range vinyl windows. (I hope this makes sense.) Pricewise, a solid window that is often sold at a more top tier price.

Apex Energy Systems has a unique and sometimes frustrating approach (for consumers) for selling their windows. Knock, knock -- who's there -- Apex Energy Solutions -- I'm not looking for windows but okay -- well I'm selling windows and am willing to replace your windows at a fantastically discounted price if you will be our promotional home in the neighborhood. This amazing deal is discounted 50% over the normal price -- okay, let me think about it -- sure, but don't think too long because this deal lasts for three days until the much higher price goes into effect.

I'm not a big fan of this approach, but I have also seen some decent deals come out of their pitches from certain consumers. Other times, their prices have seemed quite high to me for what you are getting.

Tim - Site Editor

Apex Insignia Cost Quote

Tim,vas of now I have 2 quotes for 10 window replacements.

Apex Energy Insignia - $8000

Provia Endure - $8600

The Provia installer is a small company that was started by someone who was a window installer for about 15 years, and decided to start his own company.


Ray - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Ray, in my opinion, the ProVia Endure is the much better window over the Insignia. Definitely worth the extra $600.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

Apex Insignia Window Pricing

Hi Tim, I've been reading your 2020 email responses regarding Apex Insignia pricing. I am in Minnesota and was quoted a little over 13k for 13 retrofit Window replacements. At first I thought this pricing was fair, but after reading your responses it looks like the pricing for this grade of window should be around $600 installed. However, I was speaking with a buddy that does exterior work in Texas and he told me that his dealer costs have gone up significantly in the past two years. What is your opinion on current pricing? Is 13k for 13 double hung Apex retrofits steep?

I greatly appreciate your time and opinion on the matter.

Luke - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Luke, I think prices have gone up and supply has been limited during Covid. As to whether it's fair to charge you $1000 for a retrofit Apex window, my notion is no. I've heard Apex bid out at that price, but I don't think that's the best price by a long shot. I hear a broad spectrum of price quotes so I personally think there are still good deals out there, but you have to search for them. Here is my good and great list if you want to continue your search.

[List Redacted -- contact us directly for our good and great windows list]

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

Apex Windows Pricing

I'm in Jacksonville, Florida and have 18 windows that need to be yanked and replaced.

Simonton 5500 Bid $10.5K
Apex Bid: $14.9K
Simonton Perfexion Bid: $17.5K

Jerry - Homeowner - from 2021

Apex Window Price Quotes

Hey Tim, great information on your site. Thank you. I’m replacing 7 double hung wood windows on a 1940s bungalow in Atlanta. I’m not sure if these are originals or not - I don’t think they are. I’ve had quotes from Home Depot, Anderson, Apex and North Georgia Window Replacement. I’m leaning toward Apex - which quoted me around $4800. When I spoke with the North Georgia company and Anderson, they were very against vinyl windows, however, the product they sell was more than double the cost. I’m not ready to spend $12K on this project. Thoughts on my options? I plan to be in the home for many years.


Jason - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jason, most homeowners go with vinyl windows. Andersen, at least Renewal, sells a composite that is effectively vinyl and sawdust, so that's kind of rich coming from them :) A high quality vinyl window is usually the way to go in terms of cost, maintenance, and long term resilience. (A vinyl window typically carries a limited lifetime warranty, while a wood clad window typically carries a 20 year warranty. I don't put much stock in warranties, but I do think they indicate what a company thinks of their own product's life span.)

Apex is a good, but not great, vinyl window. It is actually an Alside 8000 series. A very decent window though. Given profession installation, this will last you for the next 30 years. But check the online reviews of the Apex branch doing the work.

Sunrise is a better brand in my opinion and they should have a dealer in your area. Also check for Polaris. Here, I'll include my good and great list, just in case you want to put yourself through more bids...fun, fun right?

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

Apex Windows Price List Quote

Hi, I received a quote for 16 windows from Apex for $13987. Not sure if this is a good price or not. My home is considered a promo home. I had a quote from power last year that was significantly higher but for 22 windows at over 19k.

Zip: 77505

Please advise !

Maria - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Maria, sounds high to me, but it really depends on the type of installation required. I'd get more bids to compare this one with. This is what I would recommend.

Sunrise Windows (their Standard Series)
NT Windows (Presidential Series)
Don Young Aluminum Series
Zen Nirvana or Lotus Series

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

Apex Windows Prices

Tim, I live in Raleigh NC and I was looking to replace 18 windows in my house, all of equal size (2.8’x4.5’) with the exception of one slightly wider window, and I had several bids come in.

I had someone from APEX with a 10k quote

Lowes (Pella) with a 13k quote

Home Depot with a 16k quote

And RBA with a 30k quote.

My one and only must have is the STC rating >35 because I live near a well-traveled, single lane road. I’m thinking an STC of 35 should be ok.

While I want to throw out the RBA (expensive and scummy sales), the others had a lot of internet ranting and problems. Oddly, everyone likes the Fibrex and Andersen stuff despite being expensive.

Two questions: should I shoot for a higher STC? Out of the brands you know of, which do you think will give me a bigger STC bang for the buck?

Any help would be much appreciated!

Mark - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mark, the RBA quote is about what I'd expect, which is to say quite high. The best of the others is probably the Apex at $10K. To be honest, I don't know what the STC rating is on the Alside 8000, which is what they sell. You should be able to work with the Apex rep to bump that window close to that 35 STC rating. The glass package is going to go quite far to getting you somewhere close. A glass offset option or laminate glass would be places I would start to bump up that STC. The triple pane option with a glass offset might be an option as well.

That Pella quote isn't bad either. I like the Pella 350 casement in terms of its air infiltration numbers. Pella tends to be priced high because of the name.

Proper insulation in walls is also important to dampening external sound and one place that homeowners often overlook when they are trying to figure out ways to lessen the amount of sound that enters from outside. You can hire someone to come in and test your walls if you feel like this might be a place that is hurting you as well.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

[Tim's Reply]

Thanks for the reply Tim.

I wasn't impressed with the Alside and Pella had a lot of complaints online but I certainly understand only the angry will post. The nice part of the Pella was that it was a Lowes project and as a Vet I get some discounts there that I couldn't find elsewhere.

As for the insulation, I'm pretty sure my walls keep out the rain and that's about it! But I agree and that is another project on my list.

Mark - Homeowner - from 2021

Alside Insignia 8000 Triple Pane Cost

Tim & Dane, I have come across your website and it is truly a wealth of information...although I am driving myself crazy trying to figure out what windows to buy, and from whom. I am replacing all the windows in my ranch-style home, a total of 35 windows, mostly large casement and picture windows, with just a few small transoms and a couple of small round tops. No double hung.

Because the windows are all 11 inches from my floor, almost all of them need to be tempered glass. I asked all the contractors to include capping or wrapping the exterior trim to be included in their bids. I live in the Atlanta area (Roswell, GA to be exact) and am a Realtor, so I am somewhat familiar with construction companies, building codes, etc.

Here are the bids I have received so far:

Infinity by Marvin (North GA Replacement Windows): $66,000

Soft Lite Pro (Visionaire Windows): $40,700

Great Lakes - Comfort Smart (Visionaire Windows): $38,500

Zen Nirvana (using Soft Lite Classic) - Zen Windows Columbus, GA: $32,865 Alside Insignia 8000 triple pane (Apex Energy Solutions): $23,571

Also, Simonton 5500 Series (Called SperiorGuard from Superior Pro Exteriors): $28,286...but they wouldn't quote the 4 transoms because they are only 10" tall...kind of a turn-off because they are on the front of my house and I don't want to eliminate them or have to deal with them separately, so I am inclined to throw this bid out.

The Apex bid is so much lower than the others, which is very tempting even though it seems that their Alside window is not as good as the others (but wow what a difference in price!). For casement windows, is it worth paying a lot more for the different brands and models? Clearly the Infinity by Marvin is way out of line. If I am not going to go with Alside, I am thinking the Zen Nirvana @ $32,865 would be my next choice...but it is $10k more than the Apex bid...What do you think? I'd love to get hear your opinions...

Kindest Regards.

Mitch - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mitch, I'm having a hard time getting away from that Apex Insignia triple pane bid myself. The Alside 8000 is not a bad window. It's probably close to the Soft Lite classic. Here's what I think you need to check: the reputation and online reviews for the Apex branch you are working with. The branch out of Atlanta gets really solid reviews. Assuming good reviews, this would probably be what I would go with just because they are sooooo much less expensive.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

[Mitch's Reply]

Thanks Dane, I have actually spoken with several people I know who have used Apex and the sales rep I am working with, they like him and are happy with the product. I really appreciate your insights and confirmation about what I was thinking, it really helps!

I hope you have a great Christmas and holiday season - keep up the good work!

Kindest Regards.

Mitch - Homeowner - from 2020

Apex Insignia Series Price Bid

We have a house in Atlanta GA and have several bids for 26 double hung windows and two picture windows.

Sunrise Verde Series: $22,250
Apex Insignia Series: $19,700

Sunrise Essential Series: $16,900

Okna 600 Series: $16,009

Okna 500 Series: $15,474

Zen Nirvana Series: $15,070

Ty - Homeowner - from 2020

Apex Window Price Bid

Hey Guys, I'm in the Atlanta, GA area and recently received quotes for the following: This includes 17 Vinyl Replacement Windows/Low E/Argon/Outdoor Trim – 16 double-hung, and a large picture window with installation and everything. We currently have 22-year old builder grade aluminum single pane windows that are horrible. They barely work, so anything is an upgrade. We plan on being here for at least another 5-years, so they should be good for us and good for resale.

Window Universe – $13.5K (double pane)

Apex - $11.5K (triple pane)

Soft-Lite Nirvana – $15.5K (double pane)

Thoughts or advice?

I'm kinda leaning towards the Window Universe. A friend used them and were very happy with the experience.

Rob - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Rob, Window Universe typically sells the Revere Berkshire Elite as their go-to window. This is a relabeled Alside Mezzo. The Apex Insignia is a relabeled Alside 8000 series. The 8000 series is the better window, in my opinion, over the Mezzo. Plus they are selling you triple pane. Plus it's the cheapest of the bids. Plus you are only staying in the home for another 5 years. For these reasons, my bet would be on the Apex bid.

This comes with two caveats: one, that the local Apex dealer has good online reviews. Two, that Window Universe is selling you the Alside Mezzo.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

[Rob's Reply]

Thanks Dane - Actually, my boss was the one who referred me to Apex and is quite happy with their product in his home from 4-5 years ago. You are correct that it is triple pane over the double with Window Universe.

Window Universe touts their balance system as being better as its Block and Tackle versus Apex's Constant Force. Their windows are also a true sloped drip edge versus weep holes, but I'm not sure these things add up to $1500 worth of expenses.

Both companies offer Lifetime Warranties on all the same things - so we should be covered if anything goes sideways.

As you mentioned, Window Universe did state it was an Alside product, not specifically Mezzo, but that they were the manufacturer. He also mentioned a name change (rebranding?) of their window, but I can recall what he said, and everything I have for docs show Revere and Berkshire Elite, so you are spot on.

Appreciate the response, and I "hope" to be out of here within 5-years, but regardless looks like I'll be giving Apex a call back.

Rob - Homeowner - from 2020

Apex Windows Cost

Tim, we just had an Apex Rep give us their pitch on becoming a "Promotional Home" for our neighborhood.

We were told that as the "Promotional Home" we would be getting a 58% discount on their Insignia windows. This includes free installation/labor.

We have a total of 15 windows to be replaced. (2 arched with grids, 1 picture window, 1 sliding window, 5 double(10) and one small bathroom).

We were given a quote of just under $19k which works out to about $1,250 per window. This seems to be a little on the high side after reading some of the other posts here.

I have not received any other competing quotes as we were not actively looking to replace our windows just yet, but APEX approached us to be their model home.

Our windows do need replacing, so we allowed them to come and give us a quote.

The quote was for white frames. We have dark framed windows now. Getting dark framed windows with Apex would add another $250 per window according to the APEX rep. This seems very excessive.

Would other companies add to the price for dark frames as well?

Any guidance, comments and suggestions would be helpful, especially on the price that was quoted to us.

Thank you.

MJK - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

MJK, $1250 per window is pretty darn high. Of course, I don't know the condition of your windows, so I can't say for certain. I would certainly get more bids and I would be surprised if you couldn't get a comparable window for less money. Where are you located? I can probably make some recommendations.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Apex vs Zen

Hi, I received a quote for 27 triple pane low e replacement windows and 1 triple pane 6’x7’ sliding glass door from two vendors, zen lotus soft lite pro and insignia e2 by apex energy solutions The prices were comparable at around 28k.
The zen windows were the Lotus Supreme Triple Pane - Soft-Lite's Pro Line and the apex windows were the insignia e2 by apex energy solutions. The zen windows have a lifetime full warranty on parts and labor while the insignia has a limited lifetime warranty lifetime on parts and a two years warranty on labor and installation. what is your comment on the best choice.

Bruce - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Bruce, the Soft-Lite Pro is the better window over the Alside 8000, which is really what the Apex Insignia e2 is. It's an older design of a window in the Pro, but still a solid vinyl window. I think you could probably do better on this price if these are replacement windows and not new construction installation. You might want to get one or two more to see, but currently you're looking at say $900 per window. I don't know what the window specifics are, but that seems high to me (even with the triple pane option). I could be wrong, but you might want to consider one or two more options.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Apex Window Price Quote

Hi Tim. I have a rotted sill on one casement window (water intrusion), and rotted sashes (bottom sash) on over a dozen other casements.

Apex came by and quoted about 930/window average, for 8 windows. Ive read on your site that most vinyl windows should go between 6-700/window for premium. And Apex is not premium, and 700 is probably too much for Apex.

A local installer confirmed this - his vinyl windows are 650 ea. My question is regarding inserts versus frame replacement.

Apex replaces the entire frame. same size window/glass. It appears most others "insert" a new frame and window in to the existing frame, resulting in a loss of window size, on the order of 1"-2". A local installer stated it would cost about 200 more to replace the frame. so that 650 is now 850.

Could this (they replace the entire frame and wrap the brickmould in weatherproof material) be an explanation for the difference in cost between Apex and other vinyl replacements?

I may be missing something. Thanks for taking the time enlighten us.


Bobby - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Bobby, so it sounds like you definitely have some work to do on the sills. Whether or not this requires inserts or full frame is still an open question. In these cases, I usually suggest more bids so you can pick the brain of those dealers coming out to give you a bid. Call it free professional advise. You may not have to do full frame replacement, but it's going to depend on the extent of the damage. The cost added for the full frame replacement is about right at $200 per window.

Apex often, but not always, bids out initially way over price. I think the Insignia, or Alside 8000, which is what Apex sells, is worth $500 to $600 fully installed.

I'd get two or three more bids to see what's out there.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

[Bobby's Reply]

Thanks for the quick reply. I just got off the phone with Apex. Theirs are inserts as well. They just wrap the existing frame in “G8 Coil” and seal it so it’s maintenance free. Confirmed, they said they sell the Alside 8000.

I’m not crazy about losing up to an inch of glass when I have windows that are 2’x5’.

I told him 650 seems to be the going rate for top vinyl, and his response was that they aren’t dual color, triple pane, insulated, etc for 650. He said needed to compare his to the top windows selling for 2k, but Apex doesn’t have the marketing overhead, etc.

I have a small business guy coming out tomorrow who sells Pella and Anderson. We’ll see what he says about that.

Of course I’d appreciate any additional feedback you have.

Bobby - Homeowner - from 2020

Apex Energy Cost Quote

Hi— we live in NC, which has hot summers and mild winters.

We got a bid on 20 windows, all double hungs.

Soft-Lite Pro Quote: $28.6K

Apex Energy Quote: $24K

Leo - Homeowner - from 2020

Apex Energy Windows Bid

Good morning gentlemen, I, like many others, was approached by an Apex Energy salesmen who indicated that they'd like to make our home a 'promo home' and sell us their products at a very low cost in order to use it as a promo in the neighborhood we live in (Nashville, TN).

We just purchased our home ~4 months ago and our windows are OLD - single pane, painted shut, and in bad shape in general. The windows were something we knew we'd want to replace in the near future, but weren't planning on it yet - however with such a 'great deal' it'd be hard to say no. Our home has 14 windows that vary in size, but the largest are 82" tall so we have a limited number of options from each company.

We've had 3 companies come out and provided quotes, and have one more coming. We had Apex, Pella, Home Depot (selling Simonton 6500 series), and Renewal by Anderson will be coming by this afternoon. Their quotes ended up being $8500, $22000, and $11300 respectively, and we're expecting the RBA quote to be the highest.

By price alone, Apex seems to be the best deal. I understand their windows are essentially an Alside 8000, but I'm unsure how the quality compares to that of the Simonton 6500. The Simonton 6500 quote did include their 'impenetrable glass' in order to cut down on noise. We'd be willing to pay the extra if we were getting a better product and go with the Simonton.

Is this a situation which going with Apex may be the right choice??

Thank you for your time!


Frank - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Frank, thanks for the question. So basically your bids are as follows:

$607 per window from Apex

$807 per window from Simonton

$1571 per window from Pella

The best value from my perspective here is the Apex. The Insignia is pretty comparable to the Simonton 6500, although I would probably give the edge to the Simonton. But paying $807 for a Simonton window, and not even their best series, is pretty ridiculous. The Pella quote is way too high.

From what you've given me, the Apex quote provides the best value. Before I went forward though, I would make sure that the Apex Energy branch doing the work has good reviews and a good reputation for quality work.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Apex Price Quote

I am near Milwaukee and jsut got a bid on 17 Apex Insignia windows for $13,250. They seem a bit gimmicky to me, but is $780 per window tpp much for a triple-pane Insignia window?

Andy - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Andy, it does sound high. I'd look at brands like Sunrise, Soft-Lite, Okna Polaris, and Marvin. Compare these bids and see how the pricing compares.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

Apex’s Insignia Price Quotes

Hi, we currently have 40yr old wood Anderson windows (18 casements, 35 panes) and many need replacing. We want to know what a reasonable price is for this. We have been quoted $1400 (includes taxes and installation) per casement by Apex’s Insignia. I did not see this model on your website. Do you have any recommendations revenant to this?

Joan - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Joan, the only real way to know what the best price for your project is by getting a few bids. The $1400 per window for the Apex Insignia is, in my opinion, way too much. It really depends on how large the windows and much much work is involved in the installation.

Brands you should look for include Soft-Lite, Okna, Sunrise, Polaris, Kensington, Vytex and maybe Vinylmax.

Search for local companies that carry these brands in your city and state. Collect your bids and feel free to send them my way.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

Bid From Insignia from Apex Energy Solutions

Apex Energy Insignia quoted us out at $10,410 on 11 windows and outside trim work. We do have large windows.

Another contractor gave us a quote on the Milgard Trinsic for $8,705.

We are near Seattle WA.

Tony - Homeowner - from 2020

Insignia Apex Windows

We're replacing 11 windows and have a ton of bids.

Vinyl Kraft Legacy Series: $4400

Insignia (Apex) Series: $4690

Soft-lite Bainbridge Series: $5330

Okna Insul-tec Series: $5595

Simonton 6500 Series: $5850

Okna Enviro-Star Series: $5995

Soft-life Elements Series: $6615

Precision Millworks Enviroguard Series: $8615

Infinity by Marvin Series: $11,150

Josh - Homeowner - from 2020

Apex Insignia Cost vs. Milgard Windows

Tim, I have a quote from Apex for $31K for 32 windows and a slider. This is with the bronzed exterior ($3.5K more). I am in Portland OR and not sure if this is a good deal. I like the windows well enough the triple pane etc. But I don’t want to over spend and their “promotion” seems a little fishy. That said I had a quote for $48K for Milgard windows.

Nathan - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Nathan, so you have 33 windows to replace. I am shocked that Milgard wants to charge you $48k, unless its for one of their wood clad or fiberglass clad windows. They do tend to charge alot for their exterior colors though.

Still, $31k for 33 Apex windows is pricey, although lets take out the 3.5k so that it's really $27.5K. Still pricey in my opinion (and I agree with you on their promotional pricing, although I'm sure it's effective for them).

Oregon is a tricky state for window recommendations.

I think you need one or two more bids to check against the Apex bid. What about a Simonton Reflections 5500. It's a comparable window and it might be quite a bit less. Search for a local Simonton dealer (not one through Lowes or HD.)

I'm racking my brain for another window to try. Maybe a Ply Gem Pro or Premium model from a local dealer?

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

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Apex Insignia Pricing Bid

Dane, we have 32 windows and 1 slider. We have three bids to compare.

Alside Mezzo (triple pane): $32K
Apex Insignia (triple pane): $31.4K
Wincore 7700 (triple pane): $33.7K

Nathan - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Nathan, the Wincore 7700 would be my number one, followed closely by the Apex Insignia.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

Apex Insignia Window Costs

I live in Georgia and have my original wood windows that really need to be replaced. I have 11 double-hungs and 3 picture windows. Apex gave me a quote of $9100.

Sun - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Sun, so that's not a bad price for the Apex Insignia window. I might get a couple more bids just to see how this compares.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

Apex Insignia Windows Cost

Hi Tim, I have an estimate for 11 double-hungs and 3 picture windows. APEX gave me a bid on the Insignia windows at $9100.

Sunny - Homeowner - from 2020

Apex Insgnia Window Bid

Thanks Tim, I got a few more estimates that I liked. I still like the Apex Insgnia for $8000, now ZenWindows has offered their Nirvana window for $7400 and Window Depot is selling their Mezzo Duel Pane for 7735 or Triple Pane for 8385. I like all 3 companies and what they have to offer, I just think it's down to the window now. Thanks again for your knowledge.

Jeremy - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jeremy, I think the Apex Insignia or Zen Nirvana are the way to go. Either one should serve you well with quality installation. Good luck on your project!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Apex Energy Window Bid

I have an in with someone at Apex who said they can do $650 a window for me. Does this sound like a decent price for the Apex window? I'm just outside of Nasheville Tennessee.

Also got a quote for the Zen Nirvana for $550 per window. If I want to upgrade to the Lotus model it will cost me $95 extra per window.

Any thoughts here?

Dave - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dave, that doesn't sound unreasonable for the Alside 8000 window, which is what the Apex Energy window really is. The window isn't a world beater and you could probably get a better deal on another brand...like the Zen Nirvana window for $550 a window. I like the Soft-Lite Classic series (which is what most Zen dealers sell as their Nirvana, if they are selling Alside windows, then I'm not so sure).

I'd rather have the Classic over the Alside 8000 -- given the fact that the Classic is $100 less, this goes double.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Apex Windows Bid

Tim, I have 18 windows and one sliding patio door. Apex Energy has a quote at $14k for triple pane window. Are these good windows and is this a great price?


Steve - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Steve, that's a pretty steep price for 18 windows. Apex is an okay window, but you could do better for $14K.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Apex Energy Double Hung Bid

I have 21 single pane windows that need to be replaced. Recently, an Apex Energy salesman came and gave me a bid for the project for $17,000.

Mack - Homeowner - from 2018

Apex Insignia Cost Bid

We had a salesman recently pitch us on their Apex Insignia line. They kind of just knocked on our door and started talking. We have 22 windows and their bid to us was $13k.

Dion - Homeowner - from 2018

Apex Insignia Windows Quote

We're in Kansis City have taken your advice and gotten a few bids around town. We had a Pella quote for $42,300 on a 350 vinyl window, an Apex quote for $27,500 on an Insignia window and a Champion bid for $31,800 on one of their vinyl windows (not sure the model). We have I believe 30 windows that need replacing.

Mandy - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

The Champion quote would be my choice. Probably not the Apex, although they make a decent vinyl window. The Champion is better in my opinion.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018

Apex Insignia vs. Zen Nirvana

Hi, I have two bids to replace 21 windows.

Apex Promotional Price: $11,600

Zen Nirvana: $12,075

Zen Lotus $13,500

Betty - Homeowner - from 2018

Apex Insignia e2 vs. Revere Berkshire Elite

We are in Washington state and need 25 new construction windows with some work and wood replacement in the frames and sills. We have been collecting quotes and here is what we have.

Revere Berkshire Elite: $500 per window

Insignia e2: $800 per window

Ply Gem 2: $1,200 per window

Simonton Madeira: $1,400 per window

Zander - Homeowner - from 2018

Apex vs. Zen Lotus

Dane and Tim, we have 26 windows to replace and we have three estimates so far. I figure this is just the first salvo.

Zen Nirvana Series: $14,014

Zen Lotus: $16,614

Apex Insignia Series: $18,402

Paul - Homeowner - from 2018

Apex Insignia Price Quote

Dane and Tim, Apex is quoting me at $700 per window all in. Marvin quoted me at $1,000 per window for their Infinity.

John - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

John, $700 per window for a relabeled Alside series window is not worth it. I understand not wanting to spend $1000 per for the Marvin, but you should be able to get a top tier vinyl window for $700 per window. Unfortunately, the Alside is not that.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018

Apex Energy Systems vs. Soft-Lite Windows

Two companies have given me a bid on 25 double hungs and sliders, as well as an 8 foot patio sliding door with three panels.

Soft-Lite Pro: $25K

Apex Energy Systems: $24K

Frank - Homeowner - from 2017

APEX Energy Solutions Prices

We have 16 double hungs and 1 slider that need replacing.

APEX Energy Solutions Insignia window - quote was for $11,877 and included all labor.

Diane - Homeowner - from 2017

Apex Insignia Window Bid Price

Apex Insignia quote one 1 sliding door and 23 windows.

Venetian Windows: $21K

Apex Insignia: $18.4K

James - Homeowner - from 2016

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