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Atrium Window Prices

Atrium window prices are in the middle of the vinyl window market. The interesting thing about these windows is that you may have them in your home and not even know it - Atrium manufactures many models and sells them to other companies such as Reliabilt and Norandex who then relabel them as their own. For the most part, Atrium receives decent reviews from top contractors and installers. The company declared bankruptcy in 2010 and since that time seems to have rebounded nicely. With the right installation, these products should be considered if the price is right.

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Viewpoint By Norandex

This window is a builder grade vinyl that has mediocre performance numbers that is sold through Norandex. Because they don't sell directly to consumers, most homeowners wouldn't be purchasing this as a replacement - they would be replacing this window in their home. Some options that are at the same price level (but better quality) include the Seabrooke by Great Lakes and the Harvey Slimline.

Compare with Wallside Windows.

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Reliabilt 3300 (Atrium 8300)

Atrium makes the 8300 and Reliabilt relabels this their 3300. This is their higher end vinyl window (which we believe is also sold by Ellison windows). Expect a U-factor of .28 and air infiltration of around .12. Probably comparable to a lower end Milgard or a higher end Silverline window. Check out our page on Consumer Reports window pricing and analysis on available popular retail options.


Atrium 8300 Window Costs

Hello! We live in northern Cincinnati, and are looking to replace our original windows (home built in 1991). We received a quote from a local dealer for Atrium Series 8300 ($3100 for 16) and I was wondering if you'd recommend these or we should look at anything else.

We plan to stay in our home for 15-20 years.

Thank you!!

- Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

If you're planning on being in the home for 20 years, I might not recommend Atrium (without at least getting some other bids). Other quality manufacturers who should have an authorized company or rep in your area include Soft-Lite, Polaris, Stanek and Wallside. I would get bids from these companies on their mid range windows and see how close you can get to the Atrium bid.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016






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Vanguard 6000 Windows Prices


Vanguard 6000 Window Costs

American Window Systems sells the Vanguard 6000, although the window is manufactured by Atrium. Pretty unremarkable numbers - U-facor of .30 and air infiltration around .19 (I typically recommend that consumers go with a window with a sub .10 air infiltration rating.)

Compare with the Vinylmax Sherwood Model






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Atrium 8900 Windows Prices


Atrium 8900 Windows Prices

Thanks for the quick response. I waited to reply until I had a few more quotes...hoping to get your opinion between these bids on 16 windows.
1. Preservation (Energy Maxx 10 glass option) ~ $10.4k
2. Zen Nirvana (Solar Low-E Super Spacer glass option) ~ $11.5k
3. Soft-Lite Elements (Ultra-S glass option) ~ $11.2k
4. Mezzo (ClimaTech Elite glass option) ~ $7.9k
5. Atrium Series 8900 ~ $5.1k (window only)
6. Atrium Series 8300 ~ $3.1k (window only)

Alex - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Alex, I think this does all go back to how long you are planning to stay in your home, but I think you can get rid of some of these. At the top end, you have the Preservation quote -- I think the Preservation is an overpriced window, so I would toss it. The Zen and Soft-Lite are interesting because the Zen Nirvana is really just the Soft-Lite Classic, which is the mid range Soft-Lite vinyl window. The Elements is their premium vinyl window and the quote is actually less, so that's the best value in that top end by far. I personally would be reticent about the Atrium quotes, the windows are just not as well built as they need to be to provide long term value. The Alside Mezzo is a decent window, but it's nothing great. If it were me, I would use the Preservation quote to see how far down you can negotiate the Elements quote. ("I want to go with you, but the $11.2K is out of our price range. If you could get it somewhere close to the $10.4, I'm ready to sign today" -- something like that. ) If you could get that sucker down to $10.5K, I think you've got yourself a heck of a deal! I'm not sure you can, but I'll bet there is some room there.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


40 Windjammers Windows Prices


Series 40 Windjammers

The Series 40 Windjammer window is made by Atrium for Slocomb. The series offers a .30 Uvalue and SHGC of 0.19.

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