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Wincore Window Prices

Wincore window prices are in the mid range for vinyl windows. A group of Simonton employees and engineers started Wincore as an alternative to this larger manufacturer and produces two window series that are often seen as comparable to the Simonton Windows equivalent. The company sells through Sears, which is a trusted name in America, but some installers and homeowners complain that Sears inflates their retail prices.

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Wincore Windows Reviews | 5400 Series | 7700 Series

StormForce Series | 500 Series



Wincore 5400 Windows Prices

The Wincore 5400 series is the lower end vinyl window from the West Virginia based company that was established in 2007 by former employees of Simonton. The 5400 window comes standard with a contoured frame, double strength glass, argon fills and low-e glass. It uses a sloped sill, cam locks, constant force balance, a U-channel spacer, and contoured grids. It is is available as a double hung, picture, slider, bay, bow window, and in several geometric shapes. All in all, a decent entry level vinyl window

Dane - Site Editor


Wincore 5400 Series Cost Bid

I have 11 replacement windows that I'm getting bids on. I have a quote of $734 per window on the Wincore 5400 series. Does this sound reasonable? I also have a bid from Thompson Creek, which is even more $830 per window.

Regards.

Chris - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Chris, $734 per window seems quite pricey for the 5400 Wincore window. Maybe not for the 7700 model, but for their entry level offering, this strikes me as excessive.

Thompson Creek does make a decent vinyl window, but that's also excessive in my opinion. You might want to check out the following: the Simonton Reflections 5500, Zen Nirvana, and Sunrise Standard window.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019


Wincore 5400 Windows Costs

I'm located in Maryland. He said the windows were not good and the installation. I currently have a lot of air escape. One contractor wanted to use Wincore 5400 series , low e, argon gas fill. He said they use aluminum wrap and caulking. The difference is this price was 10K for 19 windows and the Simonton 5500 was at 14K.

Lucy - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

The Simonton 5500 series is good - but I'm not sure if its worth $4K more — I think the Wincore 7700 and Reflections 5500 are probably equal.

I think the Wincore 5400 window is good — I like the Wincore 7700 series better — if it were me I would go back to him and ask if he has access to the 7700 series and if so, I would tell him that I was willing to sign a contract that day if he could do the job with the 7700 window for the 10K ;)

Now see what the best price you can get by playing the two quotes off one another.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Wincore 5400 Windows

The Wincore 5400 is their entry level vinyl frame that uses a 3/4" space between panes and includes a single vent latch (the 7700 comes standard with a vent latch on each side). The frame tends to be a bit bulky and the performance numbers are just average for the price range. The window is available in three exterior colors (white, tan and clay) but does not offer the same exterior color options that are available for the 7700 series. Compare to the Reliabilt 3500 window.


Wincore 5400 Window Pricing

I recently received quotes on 27 windows for both Wincore and Champion double hungs. Both of the installers have excellent reviews and they were both pleasant to meet with etc. -- it's probably a wash in terms of that.

Wincore 5400: $11,900

The Wincore 7700: $13,900


Champion
Sunrise Restoration
Sunrise Standard: $17,500

Angie - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Angie, I like the Sunrise Restoration, but it's probably not worth it to pay $26K compared with $14K. I like either the Wincore 7700 at $14K or the Sunrise Standard for $17,500. I think the $3500 is probably worth it for the Sunrise, but the 7700 window is quite good in my estimation.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016






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Wincore 7700 Windows Prices

The Wincore 7700 model is an upgrade from the 5400 series. It uses the same main frame and sill, but adds some quality upgrades that make it a nice step up from the 5400 model. The 7700 model comes with an upgrade glass package (double strength, low-e, argon fills, Intercept spacer), a true sloped sill, a better cam lock, along with constant force balancing.

In addition to the upgrades, the Wincore 7700 series offers some optional upgrades that consumers are going to like, including interior woodgrains like dark, oak, oak, white oak, light oak, and cherry. They also offer some nice hardware upgrades and decorative glass options.

Performance wise, consumers can expect the Wincore 7700 replacement window to offers a U-Factor of .30, SHGC of .21, VT of .41, and air infiltration of .08. This window isn't a world beater, but it's a solid vinyl window that, depending on the price point, offers impressive consumer value.

Dane - Site Editor


Wincore 7700 Series vs. Okna 500 Deluxe

We have a quote on 32 windows (10 large double hung, 2 large picture, 2 medium casements). The Okna 500 deluxe bid is $2500 higher than the Wincore 7700 bid. What is your opinion on how this compares price-wise?

Thanks

Rachel - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Rachel, I'd say the Okna option is worth an extra $2500 over a Wincore 7700 series window. If you said you were leaving your house in 5 years, then my advice would be to go with the Wincore. Wincore makes a good window, just not as good as Okna.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Thank you, Dane! The Wincore distributor has now offered an additional $50 off per window. Meaning the Wincore 7700 would be $4100 less than the Okna 500 now. Thoughts about that? We have no plans to move - can never say for certain of course.

Thank you again, Rachel.

Rachel - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Rachel, now you're in a toss up in terms of cost/quality. I would choose the company that you feel will offer the best quality installation and will stand behind their work. I would also go to the Okna dealer and tell him that the Wincore bid is too enticing to pass up unless he can come down offf his original price.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019


Wincore Windows Bid

I'm in Louisiana and have a quote on 6 Wincore Windows from Sears for $5,000. A company selling Burris windows bid out just a small part, 6 windows only, for $3000. Does the first bid sound high to you?

Barbara - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Barbara, yes it does. Even the Wincore 7700 series, the company's premium model, should not run much more than $650 per window, unless you have some serious construction issues going on. The 6 windows for $500 apiece is a much better price. Not sure I really love Burris windows, but their premium model might be worth it.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019


Wincore 7700 Series Costs

I have cost quotes on Richlin, Wincore and Marvin on 3 replacement windows.

Wincore 7700 Model: $815

Marvin Ultimate Model: $1,750

Richlin 900 Model: $3,580

Rich - Homeowner - from 2017


Wincore 7700 Series Cost

I'm replacing 2 double hung replacement windows. The bids I've had so far are....

Sunrise Essentials Window: $1200

Wincore 7700 Window: $960

Billy - Homeowner - from 2018


Wincore Window Prices

I am having to replace 19 windows and a patio sliding door. The cost of the sliding door is around $2K. The bids include wrapping the aluminum moulding on the outside and includes grills on the windows.

Wincore 7700 Series: $12,500

Wincore 5400 Series: $10,700

I am getting a few more bids, but this is what I have so far.

K - Homeowner - from 2018


Wincore 7700 vs. Window World AMI 4000

Dear Dane, I am currently looking at replacing 16 windows in my home. I live in Memphis TN and its very hot and humid. I've had five companies prepare quotes and there is such a huge difference in pricing I'm a bit overwhelmed and wondering why such a big price jump from one to another. Any guidance into quality or fair price would be appreciated.

I have eight windows 36x74: Six windows 32x62: Two windows 32x68

Sears offered Wincore 7700 installed $13,000.

Window world offered AMI 4000 series installed $6,880.

Pella offered Encompass series installed $12,774.

Champion offered 365 series installed $20,655.

Contract Pro offered Kensington 3000 series installed $8,000.

Jennifer - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Jennifer, to answer your question, there is a huge variation in price because companies are not obligated to give you their best price. They can throw out any price they want and hope that you say yes. Now let's try to get you the best window at the best price.

Window World uses a poorly made window, so toss that bid.

I'm not a fan of the Pella Encompass, so I'd toss that one.

Champion makes a good vinyl window, but the bid is way too high.

I like the Wincore 7700, but your bid sounds expensive and the company that bid that out is sometimes more expensive than they should be. I'd like the bid at $10K.

I like Kensington HPP, but they don't sell a 3000 series window. They do sell a Kingston 300 series, although they usually drop the 300 part on the website. I know they have had warranty issues in previous years with financial problems with ownership changes. Since 2013, they have become quite a reliable company. Having said that, I would be wary about using their entry level window. Can you get a quote on the huntington model. If you got that one for $10K I think that would be the option I would go with. The window offers very good performance and is a generally nice looking vinyl window in my opinion.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018


Wincore 7700 Price

I'm getting 12 double hung windows from Window Nation on the Ultra-View with a .07 ai rating and lead safe certified. They started out at $15,100 and went down to $6300.

The other quote I received is on the Wincore 7700 Series for $3960, which includes capping and caulking.

Kevin - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Kevin, the final price from Window Nation is good. Their initial price is sort of out-of-control, but whatever. The Wincore 7700 for $3960 is a smoking deal. I would probably go with this one myself.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017


Wincore 7700 Cost vs. PGT 5400 Energy Vues

I have two quotes -- the Wincore 7700 and PGT 5400 Energy Vues. Same price for 7 windows here in Ocala Florida. The cost is $2300. Which is the best option?

Mark - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mark, both are good vinyl windows. $325 per window is a great price, really competitive.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017

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Wincore 5400 Series vs Window World 4000

I have Relief Windows coming in to quote me on 14 windows later this week. My fear is that the 7700 Ultra High Performance is going to be out of my price range. Relief Window's rep was pushing 5400 model and said there wasn't much difference between the 5400 & 7700. Quoted 14 windows at $9,225 for 7700 & $7,325 for same windows for 5400 with Low-E and argon. Talked him down to $7,895 for 7700. What's your thoughts on that price? Still working to get him to at least $7,500.And by the way, Relief Windows has great reviews in the Baton Rouge area. Window World quoted me $4,846 for the 14 windows in the 4000 model.

Jerry - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jerry, the Wincore 7700 model is the better window,The Sunrise window is excellent and would be a good comparison to the Wincore 7700 model. Might be nice to have some comparisons. The Wincore 7700 for 14 windows for $7900 is a very fair price, but I agree that getting him down to $7500 is a good goal.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017


Wincore 7700 Windows Cost

I've got a quote from Relief Windows to install 23 Wincore 7700 windows and 4 Wincore doors; totaling $25,000 complete install. I live in Plaquemine Louisiana. 18 of the windows are 32x58. 5 are 32x40. Three of the doors are standard size exterior doors with two bottom panels and half glass. The other door is two bottom panels 3/4 glass. 17 of the windows are roughly 32x58. 6 other windows are 32x40. Doors are 3 standard with two bottom panels and half glass. The other is two panels 3/4 glass. All made by Wincore.

Wayne - Homeowner - from 2016






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Wincore Stormforce Windows Prices


Wincore Stormforce Series Cost

I'm here in South Carolina and want to buy hurricane windows that are code compliant. I have 25 windows and got a price quote for the Wincore Stormforce, their hurricane window. The bid came in at $20k.

Tela - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Tela, that's a pretty fair quote in my opinion. The Wincore Stormforce is a solid window, on par with the Simonton Stormbreaker Plus and even the Stanek impact window. My want to round out your offerings with a couple more bids just to see if that price is fair market.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019



Wincore 500 Windows Prices


Wincore 500 Windows Cost

I am currently building a house and will be putting in 32 windows. I have been leaning towards the Wincore 500 series, ~$9,000. Someone recently told me to look into Polaris Energy Weld (previously Ultra Weld) and got a quote of ~$13,000. In your opinion, is the Wincore 500 series a good choice or are the Polaris windows a much better option even though they are ~50% higher in price? Thanks in advance!

Tom - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Tom, I like Wincore windows, I think they're a solid product. I think the Polaris option is better, particularly the UltraWeld - I didn't know they changed the name to EnergyWeld so thanks for the heads up. In terms of price, I would say that the 31% difference in cost between the Wincore 500 and the Polaris EnergyWeld would be about what I would assume the difference so I think it's a coin flip in terms of overall value.

However, paying $406 per window for the Polaris strikes me as a very good price for a very good vinyl window. If it were my house, I would spend the extra money on the better window for the simple reason that you only make this switch (hopefully) every 25 or 30 years. That would be my call, but again I think Wincore makes a decent middle-of-the-road vinyl window.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016






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