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Explore Marvin window prices on their 3 window series, the Integrity and Infinity fiberglass windows, as well as their aluminum clad Ultimate Series wood window. However, they do an excellent job with all three models they do make.

Marvin is well regarded in the industry for their quality construction and good customer service. Marvin replacement window prices are expensive, but many homeowners and contractors consider the investment a good long term value.

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Marvin Integrity Windows Prices

Marvin Integrity Pricing

The Marvin Integrity window is their lower end fiberglass window that can be ordered either as an all Ultrex fiberglass frame or with the exterior Ultrex cladding and a real wood interior. This is a great option for consumers who want an affordable wood window with an exterior fiberglass cladding. The wood interior option will be more expensive than the all Ultrex option.

The Integrity model uses a vinyl jamb liner, which you can see on the inside and takes away a little from the overall aesthetic. In comparison to the Infinity model, the Integrity offers a few less features and options such as less custom sizing. If you pick up the Marvin Integrity and Infinity and compare them side-by-side, the Integrity doesn't feel quite as sturdy in your hands. However, in terms of fiberglass windows, it's a solid buy given the right price point and a quality install. Compare the Marvin Integrity Series to Milgard Ultra windows cost.

Tim - Site Editor


Marvin Integrity Pricing

We need to replace six windows, approx 4 inches x 77 inches each. The Marvin Integrity bid is more than $6000.

Marilyn - Homeowner - from 2017

See our Marvin Integrity reviews for the full question and answer to the above price quote.


Marvin Costs vs Vista Gold Series

Hello Dane I've been to your great site, reading your help for others and was hoping you might give me a bit of advice here. I just received bids from two different contractors and three different windows types.

I really like Supplier A, but the prices seem way outta whack for Vinyl, but what do I know? Maybe I am just crazy?

This is new construction on a house addition.

Supplier A
VISTA Gold Vinyl Triple with Argon & the hard glass = $27,506.11

Supplier B
Marvin Integrity Fiberglass Clad Ultrex = $21,182.31
Marvin Extruded Aluminum Clad = $27,564.81

You response and help is GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!

Shayne - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Shayne, yes I would think that the Vista quote is way too high (I'm actually not quite sure what the Vista Gold window is). The Marvin Infinity at $27K will be a much better window and long term value than anything Vista makes. I think you need a couple more bids to see what else is out there. Marvin makes a good window, although I definitely think the Infinity is preferable to the Integrity model. I think all of these bids are negotiable though and I would use the two additional bids to drive down the Marvin bid -- if you want the Marvin windows.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017


Marvin Integrity vs Sears Windows

I need 12 vinyl retrofit windows replaced. I live in Temecula, just north of San Diego and have been slowly getting bids. Here's what I have so far.

So far I have received a quote from Sears for $15,000.

Marvin Integrity was also $15,000

Kirk - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Response]

Kirk, I'm not sure which window Sears quoted you out for, but the Marvin Integrity is pretty much going to be better than anything that Sears carries. I'd get a couple more bids if I were you on some more vinyl windows to kind of round out what you have so far. The Marvin Integrity is a good window though.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017


Marvin Integrity Costs vs Sunrise Vinyl Windows

Dear Dane and Tim, I love your replacement window site, so much information! We have a two story 53 year old stucco home in Minnesota.

Twenty years ago we had an insert wood inside not sure on the outside put in a lower level south side den, Pella, good window keeping out cold. Draw back is every year we need to scrape grey ooze that comes out between the glass and wood.

Last year we had three Marvin integrity inserts in a bay west side, one picture and two double hung. I finished the wood to match our trim, look beautiful, first -0 stretch of weather, frost in the corners of the inserts not where they joined the frame, then noticed we could see through to the outside on the sash of one window. Disappointing, had the contractor and installer back to fix everything, so far so good. These were 4,200.

Here is the dilemma, upstairs windows. All double hung aluminum wrapped with Larson storms. We have energy saver inserts on the inside (very cool, see their website) first year with them and they did help the frost on the inside sash. Since we moved in 32 years ago all the second story windows in the winter are wet and when really cold, thick with frost. We discovered the 2 north side edges are rotted under the wrap. We have had 2 quotes from 2 companies so far:

First company came in with inserts, said it's better to leave the frame intact repair what is rotted and replace with inserts, they quoted for 9 double hung:

Lindsay Pinnacle $9,600

Unlimited $7,900 Both vinyl with added cost of 85.00 per hour to replace rotting.

Second quote was for full replacement they stated this was better to put in all new vs new over old parts. They quoted for just the two windows that are rotted:

Weathershield Aspire 2,400

Weathershield Signature 2,500

Marvin Integrity 2,600

Sunrise Vinyl wood look vinyl inside 2,200

What is your expertise on full vs insert replacement? Do you get a better warranty with factory certified installers?

Is it better to do one over the other. I have been reading sites, comparisons of windows, companies, etc. till I am about to pull my hair out. I have no idea what would be best. Funny thing is none of the downstairs windows have any moisture issues at all, same windows. I would love your opinion!

Tom and Michele - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Tom and Michele, it sounds to me like your upstairs windows need to be replaced due to normal damage and rot to the frames over 30 years. If it were me, I wouldn't go with inserts, I'd do full replacements and make sure that any rot or damage was properly handled and replaced during the replacement project.

If it were me, I would also avoid wood windows -- you're going to have the same issues 10 years down the road with wood, which typically only carry a 10 to 15 year warranty anyway (there is a reason the warranty on a wood window is not as strong as vinyl). Wood is an organic material that expands and contracts with the extreme shifts in temperature that are going to occur in Minnesota in the winter. Other materials do as well, but not nearly as much as wood.

If it were my house, I would go with the Sunrise vinyl frame with the wood laminate interior. This window is going to give you the best energy efficiency performance over the Marvin. It also looks good I think -- okay not as good as real wood, but from any sort of distance I think it's tough to tell.

The Sunrise is a well made window -- I would speak with the Sunrise rep about the CR or condensation resistance of the glass/window and see if there is a glass package that he recommends to limited the amount of interior condensation that will happen in the winter -- with extreme colds, it's tough to eliminate this completely due to the difference between interior and exterior temperature. I would also see how to get that per window cost as low as possible --- $1000 a window is steep --- if they have to do stucco work, it is going to be much more economical to do all the windows at one time for the patch work and color match -- stucco is tricky because sometimes it's better just to repaint/spray your house with a breathable paint made for stucco instead of matching each 6 inch swath around the window that needs to be matched -- of course, all of this is expensive...

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017


Marvin Integrity vs. Infinity Costs

Hi Dane, Love your website! It is very helpful. Question: Would you go with Marvin Integrity over one of the high end vinyl replacement options from Okna? Even though Integrity only has a 10 year warranty (from what the salesman told me) I am leaning toward it. I live in Washington DC where we get both warm and cold weather. Maybe that is crazy and I should just choose the one with the lifetime warranty like the Okna.

I would love to buy Infinity (life of the home warranty) but they are quoting $48,000 for that line versus $28,000 for Integrity.

Angela - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Angela, I would go with high end vinyl window like Okna over the Integrity. The performance data is going to be much better on the Okna 800 than the Integrity or Infinity. I agree that the Infinity is the better window, but not for almost double the price. That's crazy. If it were me, I'd get a bid on one or two of the high end vinyl windows like Okna 800 and Soft-Lite Imperial LS or Restorations and compare the cost, overall look, and all of the performance data to the Integrity. This should give you enough information to make a much more informed decision.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Marvin Integrity vs Zen Windows

I've been frustrated by the complexity of knowing all there is to know about windows in replacing my windows. I've heard all sorts of things, and all viewpoints. I live in Boulder, CO and am doing a window project. From people selling everything or everything but vinyl, I've heard all the horror stories about vinyl. It breaks down in UV. The thermal expansion and contraction wreak havoc. Don't do vinyl. It's terrible. The world will come to an end. Whoa is me! Two different vinyl sellers have said no, vinyl's fine. One said that those issues WERE a problem, but were addressed and largely solved 5-10 years ago. The other said those issues only affect virgin vinyl. I think both are trying to sell their product.

First, I want to thank you for this website. It has really seemed like a relatively neutral source, and has provided me wonderful insight. So thank you so much. Now, I'm doing 2 horizontal sliding windows, roughly 5-6'W x 4'H, a 6' patio door, and an 8' patio door. Here are the quotes I've received so far:

Zen Windows - Karma - $5,700*

Zen Windows - Lotus - $6,700*

Berkshire Elite - $5,500*
(Both vendors want $300 per window to do a "Full Frame" replacement down to the studs, so add $1,200 to both those)

Andersen 100 Series - $7,100

RBA - $16,000 (Special Deal! $13,500!)

Pella Impervia - $9,500

Marvin Integrity - $11,100

I will (hopefully) be getting a quote from Alpen soon. Based on price and vinyl fear, I kind of like the Andersen 100 series, but the 10 year warranty doesn't exactly inspire confidence.

All the horror stories of vinyl have me skeptical of it's longevity. Do you think it will stand up to temperature swings of 100F throughout the year and up to 70F in a single day? I've read on your site that the Impervia isn't exactly stellar, so I'm trying to stay away from it.

That leaves the Marvin, but that price tag is a pretty big pill to swallow. I'm confident that, with a little help, I COULD replace the windows myself. I'm a physicist and an engineer, and enjoy being handy. Would doing so void/nullify any warranties?

I'd love to hear your opinions. Thanks again for this awesome neutral site.

Mike - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mike, the process can be very confusing and there is lots of noise to cut through. Yes, low quality vinyl windows have had issues in the past, but not so with newer, high quality vinyl windows. Looking at your bids, the one I really like is the Zen Lotus, which is really the Soft-Lite Pro window. This is a good window with better performance than the Andersen 100, RBA, Impervia, and certainly the Berkshire. I'm not so much of a fan of the Karma (the Soft-Lite Bainbridge).

Assuming that the local Zen dealer (Zen is a franchise of Soft-Lite, I'm not sure if you knew this or not) has a good reputation for proper and thorough installation, then this is what I would go with -- Soft-Lite has one of the best reputations in the business.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Marvin Integrity Costs

I live in northern Wisconsin and currently building a new home. Our window colors will be both white interior and white exterior. I am debating between using Simonton pro build contractor windows and Marvin integrity with a combination of wood/ultrex and all ultrex. The Simonton Windows will cost about $9,000 for our home. The Marvin integrity Windows will cost about $21,000 for our home. Is $12,000 more for Marvin integrity worth the investment? We will likely live in our home for 25 years.

Derek - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Derek, $12,000 is probably the break even number from the Simonton Pro Finish Contractor compared to the Marvin Integrity -- meaning that I would expect about this much price difference between the two. The Simonton Pro Finish Contractor is a similar window to the Simonton Asure, one of their entry level windows. I think you need a couple more bids to fill in the difference between these bids and to give yourself a bit more perspective. I think Wasco is a decent window in Wisconsin, probably comparable to Simonton. See if you can get a bid on the Simonton Impressions 9800 window, this is a much better window than the ProFinish in my opinion.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Marvin Integrity Windows Cost

I am replacing a double hung window - 48" x 54" -- the middle is fixed and there are sliders on both sides. My quotes so far are:

Marvin Integrity Wood/Ultrex: $975 (this is actually for a double slider)

Pella 350 series: $1320

MI 3 Light Slider: $610

Pat- Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

I like Marvin Integrity -- however the set up might not be right for you. The Pella 350 window is nice, but it definitely isn't worth money than the Integrity. I'm not a big fan of MI for I can't endorse this option. So I'm left with endorsing option 1.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016






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Marvin Infinity Windows Prices

The Marvin Infinity window comes in either the full Ultrex fiberglass frame or the Ultrex with an Everwood interior. Everwood is a wood veneer that closely mimics the look of wood, but doesn't require the maintenance of real wood. The Infinity will typically run $50 to $100 more than a comparable Integrity, due to the thicker frame and the bells and whistles that come standard (worth it in my opinion).

The Marvin Infinity also has a nicer frame finish and a slightly better warranty than the Integrity. It is rightly considered one of the top fiberglass windows on the market. Compare the Marvin Infinity Series to Inline window prices.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Marvin Infinity Window Cost

I have 14 pocket windows that I need replaced and so far the bid prices seem quite high. Each of the windows includes tempered glass and full grids, which I know adds to the price.

Soft-Lite Imperial LS Series (triple pane): $915 per window
Marvin Infinity Window: $1500 per window
Vytex Grandview Window: $770 per window

Brett - Homeowner - from 2017


Marvin Infinity

Replacing 2 windows and a patio door. 40x77 slider, 40x38 slider, 8’ LoE patio door. Price seems quite high to me.

Marvin Infinity Cost: $8026.

Randy - Homeowner - from 2017


Marvin Infinity vs. Provia Endure

We have a 100+year old farmhouse (western PA) with close to or original wood windows that need to be replaced. We have 19 windows and have the following quotes (all over the board)

Window World: $10k

Provia Endure: $18-19k approximate and will get final bid next week (they're the "salesman" type people that come out twice)

Marvin Infinity replacements (with the everwood) $24.5 before upgrades (probably an additional $3-4k to get the metal fixtures and higher visibility screens in the few windows we want and tempered glass in a few windows, but if we don't worry about the screens I will want the metal fixtures which is an additional $1.7 k at least.

All of them look like wood but none are (the Marvin are stainable so we can get a better match to our interior frame, but the others are close). Window world are obviously the cheapest, but the warranty is really good. They don't come with metal fixtures even as an upgrade and I can just tell they aren't terribly good quality.

The ProVia Endure is (relatively) new but is supposed to be their most energy efficient yet.

The installers of the higher two are supposed to be really good as far as our companies in this area are concerned.

Anyone have any opinions for me?

Leah - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Leah, Window World sells either the Alside Excalibur or the Xact 1650 (I think this is the model) -- both of which are poor windows in my opinion. They will cost you more money and headaches in the long run. The warranty doesn't really mean much to be quite honest with you, not after 8 or 9 years, which is when most of the problems start.

ProVia makes a good window and I agree with you about the energy efficiency. I like this option, especially given the quality installation/reputation they offer.

The Marvin Infinity is a very nice fiberglass window, however it is also quite a bit more expensive -- not surprising.

I think those are your two choices, ProVia or Marvin. You just have to decide whether the Marvin is worth the extra money. If it were me, I would see if I could get the ProVia rep (or Marvin rep) to come down on their price to sweeten the deal and then I'd pull the trigger.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Marvin Infinity vs OKNA Insul-Tec

How would you compare Marvin Infinity double hung windows to OKNA Insul-Tec? We are looking to replace our 25 yr old vinyl windows and have received a price of $13,500 for the Marvin Windows. Have not received a price for the OKNA yet? Thanks!

Alice - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

The Marvin Infinity is considered a high quality fiberglass window that is quite well built and attractive as windows go. The Okna Insul-Tec is a high quality vinyl windows that is quite well built and is, like many vinyl windows, decent enough to look at. The Okna should provide better performance, but the Infinity is generally seen as the nice looking of the two. I would think the Okna 500 series would be 20% less than the Infinity.

Either way, these two windows are both considered very good.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Marvin Infinity Costs

I also recently just got a quote on the Alpen 525 series for $9,000 - $9,400 installed. That's about $2,000 less than the Marvin Infinity, and only about $1,800 - $2,000 more than the Zen Lotus (with a complete full-frame install). I'm hoping for a quote on Milgard Ultra's too.

After reading on your site, I was aware that Zen's were Soft-Lites, but I did not know that Soft-Lite had such a good reputation. Thank you for that.

Mike - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mike, Alpen makes a very nice window. The Infinity is probably the nicer window, although I'm not sure it's worth $2K more. Perhaps if you like the overall look of the Infinity. If not, I'd stick with the Alpen 525.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Marvin Infinity Costs

I have narrowed my search down to the Okna 800 series and the Marvin Infinity series, both highly rated. I have 8 double hung windows to replace.

Marvin Infinity Series: $9K

Okna 800 Series: $5K

Lisa - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Lisa, the Marvin Infinity and Okna 800 series are both excellent windows. Looking at that price difference though, I think the Okna is the hands down way to go.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016






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Marvin Ultimate Windows Prices


Marvin Ultimate Windows Cost

The Marvin Ultimate window is a highly rated wood window that can be ordered as either an aluminum clad or as an all wood model. The aluminum clad option is the more expensive of the two options and the better of the two in terms of long term durability and maintenance requirements. The Ultimate window uses a real wood interior jamb liner (compare to the vinyl jamb liner on the Integrity), which is much nicer looking and can be stained to match the finish. Consumers can choose from the following interior wood options; white oak, mahogany, douglas pine, fir, and cherry.

The Ultimate window is completely customizable and comes with tons of hardware, frame color and component upgrade options. In terms of price, the Ultimate will be on par with Andersen 400 series cost, although many contractors and homeowners feel the quality and craftsmanship is worth the rather steep price tag.


Marvin Windows Warranty

The Marvin window warranty is good for 10 year on all manufacturing defects (materials and workmanship), insulated glass and non tempered glass. This 10 year warranty period also extends to window components, hardware and lift rails. The stainless steel spacer and cladding finish is warrantied for 20 years. Specialty interior and exterior finishes are warrantied for just 5 years.

This warranty really can't compare to most vinyl window warranties that are lifetime warranties on frame, sash and all components.






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Marvin General Windows Prices


Marvin Windows Cost vs. Harvey

Really like your site. We want to make our screened in patio into a 3 season space with windows installed. We have 13 floor to ceiling screens (87 inches high)and 2 doors. The house is in Gloucester MA and I noted some of the makers don't service our area.

We did get a quote from a highly rated installer in the area, but they use Harvey windows and I don't see good reviews for that brand. They quoted triple awning mulled unit vinyl. Quote came in at $19,500. Another installer in the area has Marvin windows have not been quoted from them yet.

Charlie- Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Charlie, Harvey has a good reputation, perhaps the only knock on them is that occasionally they are quoted out like a top tier window when they are more of a solid vinyl window (but not the best.)

Marvin makes an excellent fiberglass window. They are not cheap though. You may want to check to see if Sunrise, Okna, Soft-Lite, Polaris, or Zen area available in your area and get a bid to see how it compares with the Harvey bid.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016






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General Andersen Window Costs


Andersen And Marvin in Texas?

Hi Dane, we live in Dallas and are looking to replace the inefficient windows in our home. We have received quotes from both Andersen and Marvin. While their windows seem to be excellent options, the problem is their price. We have been quoted 100k and 45k respectively.

I'd like to spend no more than 25k. What options should I consider? Both reps have told me that vinyl will not hold up in Texas heat, and are being outlawed in various states. Is this true, if so what other options do I have without cleaning out the bank.

I have started to look at Milgard windows, but want to understand if the vinyl will have durability concerns.

Jesse - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jesse, Andersen and Marvin are expensive windows, but you should be able to get a quality vinyl window (or aluminum) and be fine in the Texas heat. I’ve never heard the whole outlawing claim and would be surprised if that were true – that sounds like scare tactics to me.

I would start with your local Don Young manufacturer, which makes an excellent aluminum window. They also make a pretty good vinyl window. Get their opinion on vinyl in your immediate area.

I know Milgard now makes a vinyl window specifically for Texas. I like Milgard and feel they make a quality product.

The other company I might check is Zen, which is a franchise of Soft-Lite. I believe they have a branch in your area.

I just suggested three window brands, but obviously I can’t vouch for the quality of the local companies who would be installing it. Make sure you read the online reviews for the companies and ask lots of questions.

Feel free to shoot the bids my way when you get them and I’m more than happy to give you my opinion!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016



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