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Marvin Window Prices

Marvin window prices are mid range for fiberglass windows for the Integrity, high end for the Infinity and on the high end for their wood clad Ultimate. Marvin makes several lines of popular windows, including the Integrity, Infinity, and Ultimate. They are well regarded in terms of both well-made products and great customer service. They don't come as cheap as some brands, but many homeowners and contractors consider the investment more than worth it.

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Marvin Integrity Prices (Fiberglass)

The Integrity is the company's low end fiberglass window. There are two varieties, either a full Ultrex or a wood interior with Ultrex cladding. They have fewer options when it comes to color, hardware, etc. Most insiders would recommend the Infinity, which has a lot more features and better ratings without being a lot more expensive. It comes with the Cardinal glass package, which has a 20 year warranty on the glass, lifetime frame coverage and 10 years for defects. The cost is reasonable for a good fiberglass clad wood window.

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Marvin Infinity Prices (Fiberglass)

The Marvin Infinity comes in either a full Ultrex fiberglass frame or an Ultrex clad model with an interior made of Everwood, a wood veneer that looks great but doesn't require the maintenance that real wood needs. A thicker frame and more bells and whistles explain most of the price difference between it and the Integrity. It also has a nicer finish and a better warranty, which covers 20 years for the glass and lifetime for everything else. It's really regarded as a top notch window.

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Marvin Ultimate Prices (Wood Clad)

The Marvin Ultimate is a top end line of custom wood frames. Many installers would say it's one of the best wood windows available. Wood choices include white oak, mahogany, douglas pine, fir, and cherry. which offers easy customization for a unique but classic look. With a lot of upgrades and custom options offered, these can easily go over $1000 per window, but a U-factor of 0.31 and a DP50 rating make it more than worth it to many contractors and homeowners.

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