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Milgard Window Prices

Milgard window prices are in the middle of the pack for vinyl window manufacturers (their Quiet Line is quite pricy, but is probably the best soundproof window on the market). Milgard produces solid windows that offer good performance in the mid price range. Primarily available on the west coast, they can be found in some other areas as well. They have a reputation for good windows and good customer service.

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Milgard Style Line Windows Prices

When it comes to quality vinyl windows on the west coast, Milgard is definitely part of the conversation. Their Style Line Series is their entry level offering and is essentially a stripped down version of their middle of the road Tuscany model. The Style Line uses a narrower frame for better viewing area, but at the cost of some energy efficiency and strength.

The Style Line lacks some of the nicer features of the Tuscany, including vent stops, an upgraded locking system and a better spacer. As I mentioned, this model will be less energy efficient, but will come in 15% to 20% less than the cost of the Tuscany model.

Bottom Line: The Milgard Style Line is a decent window for budget project or for smaller window frames where glass space is critical, but I would urge consumers to stretch into the Tuscany to get the better features, stronger frame and increased energy efficiency that this mid range vinyl window offers.

Dane - Site Editor

Milgard Styleline Price Quote

Hey Tom! Found your website, and really enjoy reading through it. Lots of great info!

I live in Phoenix, and I am researching getting new windows. 1957 house, block build, approx 10 windows. And yes, lead testing will be fun, but! I've got a few quotes, and was hoping to share them, and get some advice.

First, of course, should I go Vinyl or Fiberglass? I'm not really thinking of aluminum due to climate, but I could be wrong.

I've used Milgard Styleline as a base vinyl model to compare bids, with one that uses Amerimax. Im looking for a good mix of energy efficiency and glass area. Are there other options I should consider? Windsor? Amsco? Milgard Tuscany?

Here's the bids so far:

Amerimax: $9400 (mostly AG3, with one or two 340 Neat for the west side)

Milgard Styleline:

Company A: $4917
Company B: $6767
Company C: $7110

Christopher - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Christopher, those three bids are all for the Milgard Styleline and they vary by that much? Obviously if you compare the $4900 bid to the $9400 bid it's a no brainer. There is no way that the Amerimax is worth 2x. The Styleline is Milgard's entry level vinyl window and not the choice I would make for my long term home. The Tuscany is the better window and worth the 15% upgrade cost. The Milgard Trinsic is the newer model and gets roughly the same energy efficiency numbers as the Tuscany, but in a slimmer frame. This might be my choice as far as the Milgard windows go.

I would also perhaps get an Anlin bid on their Catalina model. I would like this over the Milgard myself.

Anlin, Amerimax, Milgard, and Simonton are the far brands that are in your area and are worth a look. The Simonton Reflections 5500 is my go to window and is essentially the same as the Simonton 6500 series. The Amerimax bid is just so much higher than the Styleline bid that it's hard for me to give much more advice than what I've done above.

Tom - Site Editor - from 2020

Milgard Style Line Price Quote

Hi Dane I got the quote with two options with Full Frame Install:

Milgard Style Line 12 Windows NF w/Trim $12,252

Plygem Pro 200 12 Windows NF w?Trim $9,881

The Milgard is $2,370 more than the PlyGem.

I do see Milgard production facility in our state has 4.4 Stars our of Five (263 Reviews), and Plygem has 3.3 Stars out of Five (81 Reviews) on Google. Yet I see warranty, quality, and service issues on both listings.

Am assuming that the Simonton Daylight Max would be more than the Milgard even.

So would like to save that $2,370 by going with PlyGem, but don't want lousy quality either. Would you say the models quoted are of similar quality? Or should I spend the extra for Milgard, or even Simonton Daylight Max if it's comparable price?

John - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

John, I think that's about what I would expect between these two windows. The Ply Gem 200 is their entry level window and not one I would really ever recommend except for houses you were going to flip.

The Milgard Style Line is a decent window. Not great, but decent. I'd like to see the breakdown on that bid between window and labor. $1000 for a Style Line and full frame installation seems high to me.

I would think the Simonton Daylight Max would be similarly priced to the Milgard.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Milgard Style Line Series Cost

We live in Flagstaff, Arizona and have 3 bids on 12 windows and the price includes installation.

Milgard Style Line - $7,745

Simonton 6200 series - $7,710

Andersen 100 series - $12,120

Cindy - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Cindy, the Simonton 6200 would be my first choice, followed by the Milgard Styleline.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

Milgard Style Line Cost Bid

We have

12 single hung 30 1/2 x 59

5 small pictures 30 1/2 x 15 3/4

1 sliding kitchen 40 1/2 x 37 3/4


HD: siminton clearvalue 12,900

milgard style line - about the same

pella/dreamstyle installed impervia line (fiberglass) 26,500 (they did not quote vinyl)

window world (albuquerque) series 3000 11,000

Thoughts? Waiting on provia quote.

Rick - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Rick, the Simonton Clearview windows are just okay, they are the entry level Home Depot line of windows. I would probably give the the nod to the Milgard Styleline over the Clearview. I would prefer the Milgard Tuscany model, which is a nice step series from the Styleline.

Pella Impervia is, in my opinion, a poor choice for a fiberglass window. I would take a hard pass on this.

I’m not a huge fan of WW either.

I AM a huge fan of the ProVia windows — the Endure, Aspect and ecoLite series. Assuming you like the dealer and their price, this is the route I would go.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019

[Rick's Reply]

I also got a quote for the same from Sandia windows. Amerimax craftsman portrait. 14K? Looks like a nice window.

Rick - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Rick, no bother at all. The Amerimax Craftsman Portrait is quite a nice window. Not on par with the ProVia Endure, but a top end mid range vinyl window. Decent price too.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019

Milgard StyleLine Cost Bids

I need to replace 22 windows and my quote are far wide. They include fourteen double and hung windows, two small bathroom windows and six large picture windows.
Option 1: Wincore 5400 Series: $13K
Option 2: Milgard StyleLine Series: $14K
Option 3: Milgard Tuscany: $16,000
Option 4: Simonton 5500 Series: $19,000
Option 5: Simonton 6500 Series: $21,000
Option 6: Alside Mezzo Series: $23,500


Chad - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Chad, I think the Wincore 5400 is a decent mid range window, like the Milgard Styleline or Tuscany. The best value might be the Simonton 5500 for $19000. These are the three or four options I thin offer the best value.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019

Milgard Styleline Window Cost

Replacing a sliding door, 25 windows and a french door. Most of the windows are single hungs, but a handful are picture windows.

AMI 80 Window: $16,640

Milgard Styleline Window: $16,970

Simonton Daylight Max Window: $18,410

Yolanda - Homeowner - from 2018

Milgard Style Line vs. Brothers Home Improvement

We have 30 windows to replace and have two different bids. The windows are all over the board in terms of size, including 4 large patio doors and 2 large trapezoid windows. The second bid is from a local company that makes their own windows and has good online reviews. We are in Sacramento California and the summers are very hot here.

Milgard Style Line Series: $30,000

Brothers Home Improvement: $24,000

Derek - Homeowner - from 2018

Milgard Style Line vs. Ply Gem Builder Grade

We live in Texas and our builder has recommended Ply Gem Builder grade windows, but we've given him some push back based on what we've found.

The Milgard Style Line or Hermosa series are both local and maybe a step up from the Ply Gem Builder.

Our house needs 460 sq. ft. of windows, 14 in all. Here are the bids so far.

Ply Gem Builder Grade: $6160

Milgard Style Line: $9380

Milgard Hermosa: $10,500

Sherry - Homeowner - from 2018

Milgard Style Line Cost Quote

I live outside Santa Cruz, CA and have 28 windows that need replacing. Both quotes are from reputable companies and the reviews seem pretty close in quality. The removal and the re-installation of existing blinds come with both quotes.

Milgard Style Line: $15,000

Anlin Catalina Infinit: $22,000.

Jenny - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Jenny, I would say a better comparison is the Milgard Tuscany, which might run somewhere like $17,500. Anlin is probably the better choice, but you are right on the line here in terms of which to go for. I would see if you can lower the quotes on each and then make your decision.

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Tim - Site Editor - from 2018

Milgard Style Line Bid

I'm replacing 4 bedroom windows on quite a busy and loud street. Milgard gave me a quote — $3500 and that was for 1/4 inch and 3/16 inch glass. Two are casements with a fixed window between them. The other is a small window in the master bath.

Sharon - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

I wouldn't use the Styleline as a soundproof window myself. I don't think this is going to be a good enough window to reduce down noise. This quote also seems high to me. I'd keep getting bids if I were you. A high quality double pane window is going to be your best bet since true soundproof windows can be very expensive.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

Milgard Styleline vs Anlin Monte Verde

I'm replacing 13 windows and have a quote on Anlin's Monte Verde and the Milgard Styleline. The price difference between the two is $600.

Mia - Homeowner - from 2017

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Milgard Style Line Costs

We are looking for replacement windows and have had 5 companies out to quote our project. We have 58 windows varying by casement, picture, and slider plus two sliding patio doors. The range is $70,000 for infinity by marvin - $61,000 for champion windows, $40,000 for milgard tuscany style, $37,000 for milgard style line, and $35,000 for amerimax. We live in CO so high altitude construction is a factor. The bid for milgard style-line was made based on the company rep noticing we have many smaller windows and she felt they would give us more glass over the tuscany line. So frame width seems to possibly be a factor. Marvin and Champion are pretty far out of our budget.

What is your recommendation on these three quotes and also do you have any experience with extra work replacing windows on stucco homes? One company wants us to hire a stucco company to chip out the exterior window frame about 2 inches per window. We had not been planning that type of extra work on this project and haven't even looked at quotes for fear of our budget being blown.

Brenda - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Brenda, stucco is a total bear for window replacement, unless they cut out the windows and do a retrofit window, which then means you are losing some glass area. 58 windows is a lot of windows and that's going to be a tremendous amount of stucco work and patching. The other issue with the stucco is color matching since the color of the original stucco has now faded some over the years. So you have to make a tough decision -- did you get the opinion of all five reps to see if they had a consensus? I'd keep getting bids and asking the installers how confident they are in doing a retrofit window...

I like the Tuscany over the Styleline, but I take your point about the narrower frame on the style line. I happen to like Amerimax windows -- is the bid for the Craftsman Portrait? I'd go with that window for $35K, assuming you like the look of it.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

Milgard Style Line Pricing

Milgard's Styline is a thinner framed, more modern looking window with uneven sightlines and more glass than the Tuscany. It doesn't have a vent lock or weep hole covers, and features an elevated locking mechanism. It is less expensive than the Tuscany (about 10%), largely because the increased glass makes it less energy efficient. It's a great choice for smaller windows openings or if you just can't afford the Tuscany.

Milgard Costs vs Monte Verde

We are seniors living in an older mobile home and have quotes to replace two large front west facing windows as the hot sun streams in late afternoon and makes the room very hot. My husband is handicapped and we live on social security so we are careful with our budget. He now spends a lot of time in this room and we need it to be more comfortable as he has multiple sclerosis and changing temperatures cause too much stress.

We have quotes from Northwest $2137 for Anlin and $1857 Monte Verde. The rep says the only difference is the warranty on the Monte Verde is not transferable

A quote from SGK Home Solutions quote for quality Milgard windows LoE3 title 24 dual pane $625 per window

Smart energy Solutions Milgard style $1620 and Plygem Pro triple pane $2050

We are tempted to go with the SGK as we have a third window which will benefit being replaced.

Your help will be appreciated. Thank you. Selma Shelton

Selma - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Hi Selma, I'm sorry to hear about your husband's condition. In terms of windows, I would agree with you that the Milgard quote from SGK for $625 per window is the best of the bunch. I would suggest the Tuscany model over the Styleline though, which should only add 10% to the price. I'm guessing that quote is for the Styleline, but I can't be sure. That low-e3 glass should keep out lots of that passive heat during the day and stay cool.

I would ask for the Tuscany quote on all 3 windows and see if the quote is in your budget. Milgard makes a good vinyl window and you should be well served as long as the installers do quality work. Best of luck to you and your husband!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

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Milgard Tuscany Windows Prices

The Milgard Tuscany is a decent mid range vinyl window - it's not the fanciest of window models, but it offers lots of nice features, provides good energy efficiency, operates quite nicely and looks good (not great, but good.) Plus, it usually comes in at a good price point, in fact, it's one of the windows that I often recommend to friends and family on the west coast that are looking for a mid range vinyl window.

The Tuscany Series offers several nice upgrades from the Styleline, including an upgraded lock, vent stops, a wider spacer and higher quality screen. Expect to pay around 20% more per window for the Tuscany over the Styleline.

The one feature I don't like about the Tuscany model is the pocket sill, which drains water through the frame and out the weep holes at the bottom. I don't have a problem with the design for mild to dry climates like Califronia, but it can become an issue in wet environments like the Northwest. The tendency is for moisture and gunk to build up inside and become a mess over time.

Dane - Site Editor

Milgard Tuscany vs. Renewal By Andersen

Hi Dane & Tim, I came across your site while researching my Renewal by Anderson quote and it was very helpful and informative.

My take away is that RbA are overpriced in your opinion and everything I have read elsewhere tends to support that opinion.

I live in Phoenix, AZ and I'm looking for quality replacement windows for a reasonable price. I do believe in paying for quality, but not overpaying!

I have attached my quote which I would love to have your opinion on.

Some neighbors of ours recently replaced 12 windows in a similar style, same age house with Milgard vinyl windows for about $7,500, so I was shocked by the quote from RbA.

I guess my main question is are RbA's Fibrex frames really that much better than vinyl? Particularly in the AZ heat?

Any insights or advice you can give would be greatly appreciated!

Ryan - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Ryan, I would say that RBA's fibrex frame is somewhat stronger, but not nearly as much as they promote it to be. Fibrex is simply vinyl and sawdust "mixed" together in a proprietary method. A well made vinyl window should hold up in the hot Arizona heat. Take a look at two other brands besides Milgard. Anlin is one. Their Del Mar and Catalina series are quite good. And then Amerimax. Their Craftsman Portrait Series is quite good. This is where I would start to look and get a solid three bids to compare to RBA and Milgard.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

Milgard Tuscany Windows Cost

Hey Dane, saw your site and had two questions for you.

We are in the Bay Area, and are looking to replace 22 original steel frame single pane windows. When I told one of my friends, he almost killed me, and said to remove these windows and replace w vinyl is an affront to my house—is he just being snooty, or do you agree? The heat loss and sound issue is driving my wife and crazy.

2nd, I have two quotes. One from Anlin Del Mar reseller and one from Milgard Tuscany.

We have 8 36 x 48 single hung, 2 36 x 36 SH, 4 36 x 48 casements 2 18 x 48 SH, a massive 60 x 108 piece of glass w an geometric on top and some others of similar size. The Anlin quote was $25k, while the Milgard was $17k. I assume $8k difference we should gone Anlin? Or do you think the Anlin quote is just high?

Any insight is greatly appreciated!

Thank you.

David - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

David, new vinyl windows will be much better in terms of energy efficiency and noise. Yes, they don't have that sleek look of a steel or aluminum window. If your home is super modern looking, then your friend has a point. But most homeowners use vinyl windows because they are less expensive, last longer, and get better performance.

Your bids are tricky because $8K is a huge difference. Yes, Anlin Del Mar is the better window over the Milgard Tuscany, but 30% better...probably not. Milgard makes a sleeker window in their Trinsic model that might be of interest to you. It's a newer model that is slimmer, but is comparable to the Tuscany.

Prices are really high right now given the home improvement push so it's tough to say if those prices are fair or not. You may want to get a couple more quotes just to see what else is out there. A high end Simonton in the Reflections 5500 or the Impressions 9800 series might be an option. Also, google "amerimax windows in [city, state]" to see if there is a dealer with this brand.

I think you have a good start. Still not completely sure what the better value is though between those two bids.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

Milgard Tuscany Series

Hello Dane, my wife and I are having some work done on our house, which includes replacing some windows while surrounding siding work/wood rot repair is done (two birds, one stone).

Doing 4 replacement windows; 3 on a bay (DH, Picture, DH) and a separate picture window. 24” x 60” for the DH. 48” x 60” for the bay picture. 48” x 80” for the large picture window above the door. All windows are located 2nd story above a pergola; and we are replacing the single pane windows original to the house from 1986. We may be in the house for probably another 10 years or so, if not longer.

Contractor is a window installer/wood rot repair. They had recommendations from Marvin, to Milgard, to MI; pending the customers budget. Install costs were 1,000 a piece (seems reasonable for the size and location of the windows).

I’m in the KC area and we are narrowing down on the Milgard Tuscany Series as the preferred window series based on our research. We are not looking at anything fancy, but wanted an Energy Star Cert. window (NC area). However, I’m not sure what other brands would be on par with the Milgard Tuscany series in the Midwest KC area. We definitely want to avoid MI per your reviews and other reviews we have saw; but are unsure if the Marvin brands are worth the investment cost at this point.

Curious what price you’d expect for the Tuscany series for something along these lines and what other brands on par that you could recommend.


Jake - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jake, tough to say what the Milgard Tuscany will run you, but usually like $300 to 400 for a standard sized window and then tack on the install cost. Is it $1000 total for the install. That's reasonable, but not $1000 a piece.

I'd get a bid from your local Zen dealer, assuming they sell the Soft-Lite brand. Marvin is a great brand, but it's pricey. Most people can't exactly afford it, and honestly a solid mid range vinyl window is usually a good bet for most homes in the U.S.

Here are other options I like...

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

Milgard Tuscany Windows Cost

Hi Tim, wanted to see if you’d be able to help with a question. How would you rank the following windows?

Milgard Tuscany

Simonton Daylight Max

Anlin Del Mar

Anlin Catalina

And what are your thoughts on these quotes? We live in California. This is for 21 Windows (5x Picture Windows, 3x Double Hungs, and the rest Sliders), a Sliding Door, and a French /w Bronze Handle. All include 3/16 and 1/8 (sound pack). All quoted with Anlin Slider + French.

Quote#1 (Catalina): $21K

Quote#2 (Del Mar): $27K

Quote#3 (Daylight Max): ~$19-20K

Quote#4 (Tuscany): ~$19-20K

Thank You.

Andy - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Andy, thanks for the question. So if this were my project, I would say the Catalina is the best value for your money. The Catalina is the superior window to the Daylight Max and Tuscany. The Del Mar is the better window, but I don't think it's worth the upgrade cost. I think the only way it would be for me is if this were my forever home. For a mild climate like California, I think the Catalina is a solid choice. This assumes quality installation of course.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Milgard Tuscany Window And Door Replacement

Hi Dan and Tim, thank you for your great i information as I read it from your post.

I have 13 windows and 2 slider and one french doors. I have price quote for Anlin Catalina $17000, milgard tuscany 15000, four seasons $14000

Adam - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

For me, the Anlin Catalina at $17K is the best long term deal. The Catalina is worth the extra $2K over the Tuscany. I don't know anything about Four Seasons to make a call on this bid.

If my timeline in this house was less than 10 years, however, I would probably opt for the Milgard Tuscany. Anything over this timeline, and I'd go with the Catalina.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Milgard Tuscany Pricing Quote vs. Apex

I have one quote from Apex for 32 windows and 1 slider. The quote was for $31K. Not exaclty cheap and this was their promotional pricing. However, it $48K for Milgard windows.

Nathan - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Nathan, so you have 33 windows to replace. I am shocked that Milgard wants to charge you $48k, unless its for one of their wood clad or fiberglass clad windows. They do tend to charge alot for their exterior colors though.

Still, $31k for 33 Apex windows is pricey, although lets take out the 3.5k so that it's really $27.5K. Still pricey in my opinion (and I agree with you on their promotional pricing, although I'm sure it's effective for them).

Oregon is a tricky state for window recommendations.

I think you need one or two more bids to check against the Apex bid. What about a Simonton Reflections 5500. It's a comparable window and it might be quite a bit less. Search for a local Simonton dealer (not one through Lowes or HD.)

I'm racking my brain for another window to try. Maybe a Ply Gem Pro or Premium model from a local dealer?

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

Window Recommendations

I have three bids that I'm wrestling over. Here they are:

Burris AC Series: $8k
Milgard Tuscany Series: $9k
NT Presidential Series: $10k

Eric - Homeowner - from 2020

Milgard Tuscany Prices

Hi Dane, I'm getting bids on 21 windows and have two that I'm considering. The first is the Anlin Del Mar at $15,988 and the second is the Milgard Tuscany at $13,300. Which bid would you say is the better of the two? Thanks in advance for all of your time and expertise.

Dale - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Dale, to answer your question, the Anlin Del Mar is the better window. But $3K better? That's a tough call. I'd say this: if you're going to be in the house for 10 years or more go with the Anlin. If less than 10 years, go with the Milgard0.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

Milgard Tuscany Quote

We have 40 windows, all different sizes. 30 of them are retrofit, while 10 will need to be full frame replacement. Three bids, all from highly rated Yelp window companies in my area.

Anlin Delmar Bid: $38k
Milgard Tuscany: $35k (all retrofit)
Simonton Daylight Max: $47k (half full frame replacement)

Rushil - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Rushil, I think the Anlin quote is probably the best of the bunch. The Tuscany and Daylight Max are equal windows, but it sounds like the Milgard installer doesn't think you need full frame replacement on any, while the Simonton dealer thinks you need it on half. I think you need to figure out this before you move forward.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019

Milgard Tuscany Price Quote

Hello Dane, we are replacing 8 windows (two of them 6' x 5', one 4'x5'), two half round windows above two of the large windows and a patio door.

We were given a quote of $14364 for Simonton 6500 series windows and another for roughly $2500 less for Milgard Tuscany with four of the larger windows double hung.

Without knowing the exact sizes yourself, how do these two bids, installed in area code 98335, sound?

Thank you very much for your time.

Dave - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dave, the Simonton quote sounds high to me. I realize you have two very large windows, half round windows and a patio slider, but the bid is higher than I would expect. The Milgard Tuscany bid sounds decent fair at $11.8K. I'd much prefer that one over the Simonton quote. I'm curious if they showed you the new Trinsic series. It's a nice option for the west coast, sleek and modern looking, with the same energy efficiency numbers as the Tuscany model.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019

[Dave's Reply]

Dane, thanks very much for responding. I was incorrect for the Tuscany quote; it was $13.8k for dbl sliders throughout and the patio door. This come with lifetime parts and labor with Home Depot and 10 year transferable warranty. Does this sound like too much? Lowes was slightly less for this Model but I dont believe the warranty is as good.

Also, there was no mention of the Trinsic series. Thanks again for your time.

Dave - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dave, the quote sounds decent enough. I'm not a huge fan of using Home Depot, I don't think the subs they use are always the best. I'd get a bid from Milgard from a local rep instead of HD myself. I'd ask them to quote out the Tuscany and the Trinsic and insist they bring both window samples when they come out so you can see them side-by-side.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019

Milgard Tuscany vs. Simonton Daylight Max

We;re getting rid of 8 windows and one old and dilapidated bay window. I would like to know what you thought about the bids and quotes I have so far.

Milgard Tuscany: $12.8K

Simonton Daylight Max: $13.2K

Pella 250 for $13.K5

Nathan - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Nathan, the bids seem high to me in the face of it. I'm assuming there is a lot of work to be done on the bay window and perhaps the installation? I would say either of the first two bids would be the way to go.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018

Milgard Tuscany Window Costs

I am in the process of replacing five windows and a single patio door her in Phoenix. I have two quotes from two solid dealers. One on the Milgard Tuscany for $5,000 and the other on the Weathershield Vision window for $7,500.

Richard - Homeowner - from 2018

Milgard Tuscany Cost

Replacing 26 windows, several of which will be triple pane glass. I have two quotes that seem very different, but each company seems to have a decent reputation in the business.

Milgard Tuscany Series: $16,000

Ply Gem Pro Series: $10500

Katy - Homeowner - from 2016

Milgard Tuscany vs. Anlin Monte Verde Bay View

I bought a house in 2015 that has its original single pane aluminum windows. I have a french door and 22 windows to replace and all of them require tempered glass.

Anlin Monte Verde Bay View Series: $14k. (breaks down to 3K for labor and 11k for materials)

Milgard Tuscany Series: $17k (breaks down to 6K for labor and 11k for materials)

Anlin Delmar Series: $21K. (breaks down to 6K for labor and 15k for materials)

Yani - Homeowner - from 2018

Milgard Tuscany vs. Anlin Mar Vista

Hi Dane. Here are two quotes for replacing 10 windows and one slider in my house.

Milgard Tuscany Series: $9,500

Anlin Mar Vista Series: $11,000

Marc - Homeowner - from 2018

Milgard Tuscany Series Prices

I need to replace 3 bedroom windows with one of them being an arched top that is quite expensive. The prices below are all installed costs.

Amsco Studio Windows: $2300

Ply Gem 200 Windows: $2300

Milgard Tuscany Series: $3500

Nataliya - Homeowner - from 2017

Milgard Tuscany Cost vs Anlin Del Mar Desert

Dane, Thank you for your advise. One more question. Which would you choose: Anline Del Mar Desert package at $13,533 or Milgard Tuscany for $10,500? We live in Phoenix, A.

Mary Jo - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mary Jo, If it were me I would probably go with the Del Mar Desert package, but I would use the Milgard quote to see how low the Anlin dealer will go. Tell him that if he can get close to the Tuscany bid, you will sign that day. See what he says and give him a few days to lower his price.

- Site Editor - from 2017

Milgard Tuscany vs. Simonton Madeira

Tim / Dane so far you have been a great help in my choices for windows here in north Utah. So I found a Simonton dealer and had them come out for a quote on the Madeira -- 13 windows 3 double hung 10 sliders all triple pane at a price of $7800 total installed.

I have also got a quote for Milgard Tuscany at $8500 total installed. The only difference in the Tuscany is double pane and are going to redo the stucco on the install of 3 windows which they are charging $784

If I go with the Simonton I should qualify for a $1000 rebate from the local utilities. If I go with the Tuscany the rebate will be about $275 due to lower U / SHGC ratings from the Milgard Windows

These are the 2 best choices I have found for this area. So the question is which one would you recommend. Thanks again for your opinion and help in this matter

Mark - Homeowner - from 2016

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Mark, between the Simonton Madeira and the Milgard Tuscany, I would go with the Tuscany. I just think its a better window for $700 difference. The only wrinkle comes in the total cost difference, which is more like $2000. This makes it a coin flip, so I'm not sure what to say. If it were me, I would go back to the Milgard dealer and explain your problem and see how much he's willing to come off his price...might be enough to make it worthwhile.

At the end of the day though, both of these windows will serve you well with thorough installation.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

Milgard Tuscany Series Cost

Hello again, I asked about which windows would work best in Northern Utah. You suggested Okna, Sunrise, Soft-lite, Zen and per the manufacture do not have dealer/sales rep in this are. Amerimax is over 50 miles away but Milgard has given me a bid also Anderson. The Milgard Tuscany bid is $8578 The Anderson 100 bid is $7880 plus $60 for grids. What is you opinion on Tuscany vs Anderson 100. Thanks again for all you help.

Mark - Homeowner - from 2016

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Mark, that's a tough question. Personally, I think the Andersen 100 is the better looking of the two windows. Performance wise, the Tuscany is going to outshine the 100. From a construction and durability standpoint, I would put them close to one another. I think if you don't mind how the Tuscany looks (and honestly once you put in windows, you rarely notice them unless they look downright bad), I would go with the Tuscany and save yourself some money. It's a good window.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016

Milgard Tuscany Window Costs

The Tuscany is Milgards most popular window. Priced about 10% higher than the Styline, it has better efficiency ratings and a thicker frame. The classic look is popular and fits many home styles. Upgrades include an upgraded lock, vent stops, a wider spacer and higher quality screen. If you add on the 3D Max glass package it becomes a real competitor with the Simonton 7300 or the standard Champion model. The lifetime warranty includes glass breakage. The U-value is 0.29 and the SHGC is 0.21. It isn't a top-shelf window that grabs the attention, but it's a solid performer that looks good and really lasts. In terms of cost, the Milgard Tuscany window should be similar to Champion windows prices.

Milgard Tuscany Costs

I just bought a split level home and have had 4 quotes in 2 months and I'm confused. It's for 1 patio window, and a sliding glass door.

RBA - $38k

Preservation - $19k

Window World - $7.5k

Alside Fairfield 80 - $9.5k (triple pane)

Milgard Styleline - $10.5k

Milgard Tuscany - $11.3k

Robyn - Homeowner - from 2016

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Robyn, I like the Milgard quote the best and would recommend spending the extra $800 for the Tuscany.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016

Milgard Tuscany Costs vs Anlin Del Mar

I am replacing 4 windows (2 are 71.25 x 46.5 sliders with a SW sunset with full aluminum encasement and 2 are bathroom windows 32 x 48 single hang low sun area) to block construction. I like both the Milgard Tuscany and the Anlin Del Mar but since I am in the Phoenix Metro area I was leaning more to the Del Mar but they are around $700 more expensive. Pleas give me your input. Thank you.

Joanne - Homeowner - from 2016

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Joanne, I would say the Tuscany and the Anlin Del Mar windows are pretty equivalent, I might give the slight nod to the Del Mar. I like the Tuscany though and assuming good installation on both, I would probably choose the Tuscany and save the $700. The only factors that would tip my choice in the other direction would be colors that the Del Mar comes in over the Tuscany or again the quality of the installation team who will be doing the work. Bottom line is that I think you've got a couple of very nice windows and with good installation, you should be happy with either.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016

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Milgard Ultra Windows Prices

The Ultra, Milgard's fiberglass window frame, is decent but often rated behind Marvin's Integrity and Infinity when looking at fiberglass. It doesn't have the curb appeal of some competitors, but it does have a great option for a real wood interior. The warranty is very good and it's a great choice if you really want fiberglass but can't quite afford the Marvins.

Dane - Site Editor

Milgard Fiberglass Windows vs Renewal By Andersen

I received 4 quotes for fiberglass replacement windows for 2 windows approximately 60 x60 each. They face the ocean side and the house was built in 1947. The quotes I received range widely.

First from a person who does window installation but no license $5000 for everything including moulding around my window (Milgard fiberglass) seems like it was a full window and not a replacement.

Second from local milgard installer at $6,000 for full Milgard fiberglass window but said I needed contractor to take off the siding since he felt the wood was soft ( not true since I checked the surrounding wood and there are no leaks except for the windows themselves.

Third from Renewal By Andersen. Wow. Seems like the sales person knew what he was talking about when he looked at the windows when I noted that the old windows had a vertical frame (casement windows) that integrated into the house frame (the surrounding frame will not be replaced since integral with walls [ laster lathe walls). Said it would be covered and not show the notch where the vertical piece would be taken out but he forgot about the top of the window that is the same. Price came in at $10,500 minus potential discount making it around $8000.

Fourth was local dealer quote of $2700 (big difference) but he never took into account of the frame issue just said I could sand the frame and was a bit late getting back to me with the quote. All windows are for sliding fiberglass windows and are Milgard with the exception of the RBA that is the composite material. I wanted the best window glass rated rate sun and heat protection since this is a south west window and these old houses do not have any insulation.

I have had bad experiences with contractors before even when I thought I had good specifications, etc. I am relatively old (76) and have legal custody of 3 grandchildren so the funds are tight but I do not want major problems in the future like I have had with my siding and roof replacement that I can’t afford to fix. In other words I need help given the vastly different quotes. I do want something that will be problem free and am willing to pay a fair price for a good product. Are the RBA so much better? I read on your site that the Marvin fiberglass seems good. I really need some help since the yelp reviews on these companies seem OK. Thank you very much for your help.

Joyce- Homeowner - from 2017

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Joyce, in terms of the windows themselves, Milgard makes a good fiberglass window. RBA makes a good window as well, but they are almost always quite a bit higher and not worth the price they charge.

The big issue with your project seems to be the additional work involved, i.e. removing the siding (and window) and then checking to make sure the existing frame and sill don't have any water damage that needs to be repaired before the new window can be put in.

When you remove the siding, you could use either a new construction window (which includes a nailing fin or flange around the top and side) or a replacement window. The new construction route might be the way to go as it provides a good fit and better protection from water.

Here's my's virtually impossible for me to say who of the group is going to do the best job. If you are price conscious, RBA isn't the way to go, you are paying for the advertising and marketing etc.

I think you need to find an installer (either one of the ones you have or a new one) who has a good reputation for solid and thorough work. It sounds like $4 to $5K is the right price for the work.

But you definitely want to make sure that you go with someone who isn't going to throw in the windows and gloss over any of the frame work that may need to be done. I think you need to find someone with a track record you can trust, either by using someone who firends and family has used or someone with some verifiable reviews.

Marvin fiberglass windows are also quite good, probably a step up from the Milgard. Their Infinity is the preferable to their Integrity model.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017

Milgard Quiet Line Windows Prices

The Quiet Line is a specialty soundproofing window made by Milgard and generally considered to be the Rolls Royce of soundproofing windows. The price is much higher than their other windows, but they are specially designed to eliminate noise pollution. With an STC rating of 46, it is similar in noise reduction quality to glass used in recording studios, which are usually around 50-55 STC. The frame is thick and bulky to support the thicker glass. It's too expensive for a lot of homeowners, but if you have noise problems and can afford them, they can really make a difference.

Dane - Site Editor

Milgard Quiet Line Cost

The Quiet Line is a specialty soundproofing window made by Milgard. The price is much higher than their other windows, but they are specially designed to eliminate noise pollution. With an STC rating of 46, it is similar in noise reduction quality to glass used in recording studios, which are usually around 50-55 STC. The frame is thick and bulky to support the thicker glass. It's too expensive for a lot of homeowners, but if you have noise problems and can afford them, they can really make a difference. Other soundproof windows to consider include the Simonton 9800 series with laminated glass.

Dane - Site Editor

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Milgard Madeira Windows Prices

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John- Homeowner - from 2016

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John, I like the Kensington Kingston HPP bid. That looks very solid. The Zen Nirvana is a good window, but I don't think it's better than the Kingston. I like the Milgard Hermosa and the price looks right as well. The Simonton quote also looks solid. If it were me, these three would be at the top of my list -- Kensington, Milgard and Simonton. I'd go with the Zen if you don't mind the paying a bit more.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

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Milgard Hermosa Windows Prices

Milgard Hermosa Vinyl Windows

I'm replacing 28 windows and have 2 quotes.

Don Young 7100 Series: $16,080

Milgard Hermosa Series: $16,920

Reese - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Reese, I've never heard of the 7100 series. I think I might give the nod therefore to the Hermosa series.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018

Milgard Hermosa Window Quote

Hello, I'm looking to replace 28 windows. We have three quotes.

The first quote is on the Milgard Hermosa: $16,400

The second quote is on the Zen Lotus: $31,855

The third quotes is on the NT Presidential: $23,580

Ramin - Homeowner - from 2018

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Ramin, the Milgard Hermosa is the one that looks good to me. The other two seem high to me.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018

Milgard Hermosa vs. NT Presidential Series

Hi Tim, we have quotes on 30 single hung windows for our home in Houston, Tx., all with low-e 366 cardinal glass.

Alside Mezzo: $17.1K

NT Executive Series: $20.3K

NT Presidential Series: $21K

Milgard Hermosa: $27.5k

Dave - Homeowner - from 2018

Editor's Note: Initial bid prices are not what the consumer ended up paying. They are simply what the company salesperson bid the project out at. Negotiating window prices should bring these quotes down.

Hermosa Or Window World Quote

I have received a quote for our project from a local company (Brennan Corp.) that has been in business for 42 years and has a future with younger family members in the business that should continue well into the future. We know people that have had this company do window and door work for them on 3 separate occasions who are very happy with the quality of the work.

The window they have quoted is the Milgard Hermosa which is built nearby with Texas weather conditions in mind. Although the quote is approximately $900.00 more than the Window World quote I am inclined, based on your comments regarding the Milgard product and the fact that this is a family business with dedicated installers, to go with them despite the extra cost.

Of course I would be very happy to hear any comments you may have. Thank you in advance.

Dean - Homeowner - from 2016

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Dean, sorry this took so long to get back, I've been out of town for the holidays -- the Hermosa is a good window as far as I know. $900 more for the Hermosa is SO worth it it's not even funny. No questions asked, go with the Milgard over the WW, you will save yourself alot of time, money and hassle over the next 20 years.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016

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Milgard Trinsic Windows Prices

The Milgard Trinsic is the latest vinyl window from this West Coast-ish window manufacturer. The Trinsic is going to achieve roughly the same energy efficiency numbers as the Tuscany series. However, the Trinsic is a sleeker looking window, and is quite nice.

Tim - Site Editor

Milgard Trinsic Windows Cost

Hi, good afternoon! We bought an old home in the San Francisco Bay area (zipcode 94401) and are looking into replacing the existing long, narrow (6' 4" x 3') double-hung windows with similar size (standard size, not custom, if possible) casement windows. We are looking for a good balance between quality/durability and affordability (maximizing glass area wouldn't be bad either!) and are hoping you can give us a couple of recommendations.

Many thanks in advance!

Mariana - Homeowner - from 2021

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Mariana, in the Bay Area, the best vinyl window out there in my opinion is made by Anlin. Their Catalina and Del Mar series are very good. Other good options in the Bay Area include Milgard Trinsic and Tuscany series, Amerimax Craftsman Portrait Series, and the Simonton Reflections 5500 series. These would be where I would start...feel free to shoot your bids over to me and I'm more than happy to provide you with my take on what you have.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

[Mariana's Reply]

Hi Dane, just in time: you specified vinyl windows - is there a reason for that? Thanks!

Mariana - Homeowner - from 2021

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Mariana, vinyl windows are the most popular option on the market. They have the best warranty, energy efficiency, require no maintenance, and are the least expensive. But, you want to buy a good vinyl window. Poorly made vinyl windows are...poorly made.

Fiberglass is 30% more, although Marvin does make a very good window and they will have a dealer in the Bay Area. Expensive though. Wood clad is 100% more expensive than vinyl and doesn't last nearly as long.

Most homeowners will be best served with a vinyl window. Some homeowners have their hearts set on fiberglass or wood clad and if that's the case, you should pursue these options as well.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

Milgard Trinsic Price Quote

Hello, my wife and I live in Portland Oregon. We are looking to replace some windows in our house with vinyl windows 7 single hung windows. We are leaning toward a Home Depot quote. The two windows they are offering are the Milgard Trinsic ($5379) and the Simonton 6200 ($6067)

We are familiar with Milgard, but don't really know Simonton and have had trouble finding information on specific windows from them. As a consequence we are having a hard time deciding what to do.

Any information or recommendations you could provide would be very welcome.

Jim - Homeowner - from 2020

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Hi Jim, so the Milgard Trinsic and the Simonton 6200 are roughly similar in terms of quality and craftsmanship. I'd probably go with the Milgard Trinsic and save the money over the Simonton 6200.

I have to say that the HD quotes these days have been quite high. If this were my project, I would get a Simonton and Milgard dealer to come by and give you a quote -- they could be $1000 lower. Paying $770 per window for frankly a mid range window is, in my opinion, too much.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

Milgard Trinsic vs. Simonton DayLightMax

Hi Dane, I ran across your site and I found it is very helpful while I am shopping for my windows. I got several bids for the Windows but I have from nailed down to these two companies, one is from My Window & Flooring Solutions in San Jose and the other is Able Glass in Santa Clara, CA. I will be replacing 9 Windows and 1 patio door.

The quote I got from My Window & Flooring Solutions:

Milgard Tuscany: $7,065.00
Milgard Trinsic: 6,480.00 (with Glass breakage warranty as option)

Quote from Able Glass:

Simonton DayLightMax: $9,998.00

Able Glass recommended Simonton over Milgard Tuscany for my home because of the thinner frame and better glass view as this is what I have currently.

I am debating between the Milgard Trinsic and Simonton DayLightMax and don't know which would be a better window to choose from as Trinsic is fairly new product and had some negative feedback from consumers. Any insights or suggestions would be highly appreciated. Thanks.

Maily - Homeowner - from 2019

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Maily, I personally think the Milgard Trinsic is the better deal here. That's a big price difference -- $6.4K to $9.9K. The Daylight Max might be the slightly better window, but I don't think it's worth the premium cost they're asking. The Milgard Trinsic is where I would go for sure.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019

Milgard Trinsic Costs

I'm in San Diego and have 21 windows and one sliding door that I need to replace. Our mild climate doesn't require really top end windows and doors, but I still want something decent.

Milgard Trinsic Option: $13,300

Simonton DaylightMax Option: $11,155

Anlin DelMar Option: $18,950

Ryan - Homeowner - from 2019

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Ryan, I'd say either of the two lower cost options are going to suite your project best.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019

Milgard Trinsic vs. Ply Gem Pro

Which is the better bid for two sliding patio doors, 1 kitchen window, and 11 sliding windows.

Milgard Trinsic: $14,295

Ply Gem Pro: $11,385

Jon - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jon, I like the look of the Milgard Trinsic more. But the Ply Gem Pro is probably on equal footing with the Trinsic from a performance perspective.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018

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