Hurd Window Prices
Hurd window prices range from $500 to $1500 + fully installed. The company is a small manufacturer out of Wisconsin that concentrates on new construction wood windows. 90% of their work comes from contractors and builders that do higher end residential homes and developments. The company had wood rot problems on some of their windows back in the 90s (along with a number of other wood window manufacturers) that incurred the ire of any customers whose windows were affected. They offer a 20 yr. limited transferrable warranty for the glass and 10 yr transferrable warranty for non glass components. Read our Hurd Windows reviews for additional opinions on this manufacturer.
The company went through bankruptcy in 2000 and was then purchased (although keeping the Hurd Windows And Doors name), which is a common practice in the industry that effectively nullifies all warrantied products. The net affect for customers was no recourse under the warranty for any issues with the windows. This was a big cause of anger against the company and understandably so! Then again in 2014, Hurd was sold to Sierra Pacific Industries; hopefully this will be the stabilizing force that will provide consumers with the pece of mind they need to purchase Hurd's very beautiful and pricey wood windows.
Transcend Replacement Windows
The company offers the trancend replacement window lines that comes in four different options; a double hung sash replacement - ideal for frames that are still in good shape, H3 inserts and a full frame replacement option. From what we can tell, Hurd isn't a big player in the replacement window market and therefore offers some of their new construction window models for replacement purposes. These are wood interior windows with a vinyl exterior.
SuperSeal Vinyl New Construction
Hurd does make a vinyl window that they call SuperSeal. We don't know anything about this model, but because Hurd is not known for their vinyl windows, it probably makes more sense for consumers to go with a better known manufacturer such as Milgard, Simonton or Sunrise.
Aluminum Clad New Construction
We currently don't have any information on the aluminum clad new construction window. Stay tuned for more as we receive it.
H3 Mid Priced New Construction
The H3 is their mid range composite window and one of their best known products. It uses an aluminum cladding exterior, along with a vinyl and wood (we assume the H3 comes from the three different materials they use).
All Wood New Construction
The All Wood window from Hurd is a decent option for historical houses that will allow an exterior aluminum cladding, but not a vinyl exterior. It is available in 9 different wood species, including red oak, cherry, mahogany, pine, white oak, alder, maple, douglas fir and walnut.
Feel Safe Hurricane Resistant New Construction
The FeelSafe impact window from Hurd uses a shatter-resistant laminate glass, along with a well engineered and built window.