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Sunrise Window Prices

Sunrise window prices per square foot, not including installation. Sunrise is considered a top tier vinyl window manufacturer by contractors, consumers and industry insiders. Read Sunrise windows reviews.

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Sunrise Essentials Windows

The Sunrise Essentials window is their entry level option, although it's still probably a better option than some companies mid range vinyl window. Instead of the extrusions and sash design used in other Sunrise lines, it uses less durable versions of each to reduce production costs.

The colors are limited and it only comes in a double hung, slider, and picture window. Most homeowners would do well to stretch to the Standard Sunrise model. Compare the Sunrise Essentials Series to the Amerimax Masters Grande - see all Amerimax windows pricing.

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Standard Sunrise Windows

The Standard Sunrise window is definitely an upgrade from the Essentials model. It uses a nicer vinyl extrusion that is the frame that Sunrise uses for all of it's high end model, just without the upgrades and add ons. For instance, the standard or classic Sunrise window doesn't use come with a fiberglass sash reinforcement or separate tilt lock buttons that come standard on the Verde or Restoration model.

Overall, this window is a very nice mid range vinyl window and one that many contractors would recommend. Compare the Sunrise to Milgard Tuscany Cost.

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Sunrise Verde Windows

The Sunrise Verde window is basically the standard Sunrise model that comes standard with some nice additional features, including foam filled chambers, a foam wrap, and the Solar Clean glass package. The Verde incorporates both good design and function that should make it a window worth looking at, depending on whether your local dealer carries this particular model (not all dealers are going to offer the Verde model.) Compare the Sunrise Verde Series with the PGT 2200 - check all PGT windows prices here.

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Sunrise Vanguard Windows

The Sunrise Vanguard window is similar to the Verde, essentially a Standard Sunrise frame with a fibercore reinforced sash and a recessed lever lock. Unlike the upgraded Restoration, it has separate tilt buttons and is available as a single hung, which is somewhat rare. The Vanguard is somewhat of a specialty model that was originally only available to certain distributors (it's unclear to us if this is still the case). Compare the Sunrise Vanguard Series to Okna 500 series price.

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Sunrise Restoration Windows

The Sunrise Restoration window is their top rated window, as well as their most expensive. Reinforced with fibercore on both the meeting rail and the vertical sash, the Restoration features a Max Edge spacer and foam filled chambers. The frame and sash are fairly narrow, which gives the window a nice slender and clean look. The window incorporates a clever tilt sash mechanism and comes standard with a high transparency screen. In addition, consumers will be impressed by the high quality frame finish.

Performance wise, consumers can expect the low-e glass and argon fill option to deliver a U-factor around of 0.27 and an air infiltration of 0.04, both quite impressive. More importantly, the quality of design and craftsmanship will translate to sustained energy efficiency over a much longer time period. The Sunrise Restoration is one of our top vinyl window selections. Compare the Sunrise Restoration Series to Soft-Lite Elements price.

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Sunrise Windows Cost Quote

Dane, here are my quotes and the specs on each. All of them include an upper sash 2x4 grid, obscure glass in both sashes of largest window, all white, tan capping on outside.

8 double-hungs approx sizes:

1 @ 42 3/4 x 48 3/4
1@ 33 3/4 x 53 1/2
4 @ 43 3/4 x 67 1/2
2 @ 43 3/4 x 57

Bid 1: Sunrise Vanguard, $10,216

Bid 2a: Alside Mezzo double-pane $5,280 (includes full screens, accidental glass breakage, grids, obscure glass, EPA removal process/materials, removal of existing awnings)

Bid 2b: Alside Mezzo triple-pane $5,760 (includes full screens, accidental glass breakage, grids, obscure glass, EPA removal process/materials, removal of existing awnings)

Bid 3a: Simonton 9800 series $5460 (5% cash discount; Pro Solar 366 low-E with argon gas, flat colonial grids, Ultra-U Plus glass system, full screens)

Bid 3b: Sunrise "Double-hung" (not Essentials) $6455 (5% cash discount; waiting for detail on this bid along with pricing for Simulated Divided Lites grid and OptiView screens)

The Alside is being pushed for it's better, more comprehensive warranty over other manufacturers. The Simonton is being pushed for 9800 series "at the 5500 series price."

I can't compare Sunrise bids because I can't tell if they're the exact same window and features. Significantly different quotes has me puzzled. I like the low profile latch on the Sunrise.

I prefer to go with block and tackle balances over coil but may have to compromise; same with SDL over standard flat grid.

Bid 3 installer also sells Great Lakes brand to consider but I don't have quote for that one.

U-factor must meet or exceed 2016 Energy Star ratings so we can qualify for tax credit. All 3 installation companies are long-standing with A+ BBB ratings.

Thanks, in advance, for your input.

Joanne - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Hi Joanne, there is a lot here to discuss, let's start with the bids. For me, the best value in that bunch is Bid 3b, the Standard Sunrise at $6455. Bid3a on the Simonton 9800 series would be my second choice. The Mezzo is a decent window, but I like the 9800 better and it's cheaper in this case than the Alside Mezzo price quote.

The Sunrise Vanguard is a very good window, but I don't think it's worth that much money over your last bid. The Standard Sunrise window uses the same frame as the Vanguard, but the Vanguard includes a number of nice upgrades and features that don't come standard on the "base" Sunrise window. If there is an upgrade or two that you like, you can always add this to the base model and see how that affects the overall project cost.

Assuming you like the installer for Bid3b and feel like they will do a thorough and professional job, this would be my choice for sure.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


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