Gorell Window Prices
Gorell window prices fall in the mid to upper end of the vinyl window market. Gorell has been well regarded for many years, and since Soft-Lite bought the company in 2012, industry insiders have been confident that the quality of product and service will remain high. They are one of the better vinyl manufacturers in the business.
Gorell 5000 (Vinyl)
Gorell's base model window is pretty decent for a low-end product. The 5050 is a single hung, comparable to the Simonton 5050. Most installers consider the 5100 or 5300 a slightly better option and they are close in price.
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Gorell 5100 (Vinyl)
The 5100 might be Gorell's best value window. Its quite nice looking and holds up well. It has window ratings close to the 5300 but costs a little bit less. The frame is thinner than other models, which allows for more glass and better light. That has a lot of appeal for homeowners looking for windows for a smaller opening. The workmanship is great, like all Gorell products.
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Gorell 5300 (Vinyl)
Probably Gorell's number one window, the 5300 is a more expensive than the 5100, although some contractors and homeowners dislike the bulkier frame (but it will offer better performance numbers, particluarly the DP and AI numbers). There are 6 different glass packages, with a U-value ranging from 0.29 to 0.18. Fiberglass reinforced sash and foam insulated frames can improve efficiency even more.
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Gorell 5400 (Vinyl)
Mainly seen in coastal areas, the 5400 storm window is designed to withstand hurricane force winds. The frame is quite bulky, giving it a DP50 rating that means it can stand up to strong winds.
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