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Explore replacement windows in Virginia and find popular and available manufacturers throughout the state.

Have a question on window quotes, prices, or reviews? Send our site editor Dane your questions, and get personalized answers that can save you thousands of dollars on your project!


Marvin

Marvin Windows And Doors operates a manufacturing plant in Roanoke, Virginia. The company manufactures three main window series, including the Integrity, Infinity and Ultimate Windows. The first two are fiberglass windows, while the Ultimate is a wood window with an aluminum exterior cladding. Marvin gets some of the best and most consistent reviews from consumers and industry insiders on the quality and craftsmanship of their windows. This is not to say that there aren't customer complaints out there that have merit. However, any company that makes a million product per year is going to have some small degree of error.

All in all, Marvin a high quality manufacturer that sells relatively expensive windows. They will typically be on par with Andersen and Pella windows. Marvin Windows and Doors should be available in all 50 states to some degree. Their website does a good job of lettig consumers find a local rep who services their zip code.

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Best Virginia Replacement Windows

Hi Dane/Tim, thank you so much for the service you provide through your site.

I live in Leesburg, VA (20176) and thinking of replacing my builder grade windows. There are 80 windows on the house.

I received an estimate from Apex Energy for $78k. Windows On Washington was $90.

Given how much of my home is glass, I'm interested in triple pane windows. My heating bill was outrageous this year!!

Would appreciate any recommendations you have for additional companies that I might contact for an estimate.

Dwayne - Homeowner - from 2022

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dwayne, wow, that’s a lot of windows. Windows On Washington does excellent work, but is not cheap. The Apex quote looks decent and that is a triple pane window. I think my advise to you would be to continue to collect bids until you have a plethora of them to consider — you could stand to save lots of money if you find the right window from a good to great company.


Dane or Tim

Dane - Site Editor - from 2022


Virginia Replacement Window Recommendations

Hi Dane, I live in Northern VA, Fairfax County. I am just beginning my search for replacement windows. My HOA requires vinyl windows.

1. Is there a performance difference between double and triple pane windows? If you were replacing your windows, which would you choose?

2. Lowes came and measured my windows and recommends the Pella 250 series. From reading online, I am not finding the best review of this window? What do you think?

3. Of course Lowes also presented their private label Reliabilt 3900. Got a better review, but I am not ready to pick it.

4. What brands do you think is the best, in terms of performance/warranty, mid-range and upper-range vinyl windows?

5. HiMark- your thoughts?

I would appreciate any information that you can provide, including any suggested companies in Fairfax County, VA.

Gary - Homeowner - from 2022

[Site Editor's Answer]

Gary, I would only go with triple pane myself if I lived in a very cold climate. Otherwise, double pane would be the call.

I think the Pella 250 vinyl window is a good mid range vinyl window. Often priced high for the overall quality due to the Pella name and brand awareness.

Relaibilt 3900 is a mid range vinyl window as well. Wouldn't be high up on my list.

Hi-Mark is an excellent brand (basically Okna windows but sold through an exclusive dealer program)

Here is a list -- [List Redacted]

Dane - Site Editor - from 2022


Richmond Virginia Replacement Window Quotes

Hey Dane, I live in Richmond, VA and am replacing 25 wood single pane windows. After looking at tons of options, I have quotes for 24 double-hung windows (no grids) and one picture window:

Okna 600: $23,761

Allside Mezzo: $25,000

Revere Berkshire Elite: 16,850.00

MI West Shore (similar to the 1650 extreme) (no longer considering): $18,991

Pella 250 (no longer considering but they did offer to reduce the price): $23,949

I really want the Okna's but the price seems high, and I've already asked them to reduce it. (The quote was ridiculous the first time--$28,294.) I'm also sad that no one carries Sunrise around here anymore. The company that offers the Okna and MI/West Shore windows dropped Sunrise when they were bought out by West Shore windows this month.

Are the Okna's worth it in comparison to the more affordable options or should I keep looking?

Many thanks.

Jaycee - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jaycee, if you plan to stay in your home long term, then yes I would say the Okna 600 is worth the $7K over the Revere Berkshire Elite and certainly over the MI1650. The Revere Berkshire Elite is the same window as the Alside Mezzo so obviously the Mezzo makes no sense. It's actually not a bad bid on the Okna given the prices I am seeing these days -- I sure hope prices go down, but I'm not optomistic about that.

If your timeline is say 10 years or less, then the Revere Berkshire Elite for 16,850 comes into play for me.

The Kensington Wiegan sounds interesting! I've never actually heard of that model, but the numbers look great. Let me know how this bid comes in.

Have you done a search to see if any local companies sell Ideal Windows? Their Majestic and Platinum 3000 series are very good and often offer some nice value.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021


Options In Richmond Virginia

Hi Tim: this house was built in the mid 70’s, brick and aluminum sided tri-level, Richmond VA area. We’ve been here 30 years, and hope to sell in the next 3 years. 25 years ago we replaced the original windows with Caradco ( which I understand Jeld-Wen bought out since) double hung wood and aluminum clad and paid around $3800.

Two windows have begun to deteriorate, due to pulling the window to the interior to tilt for cleaning—there are no release tabs, I (female) just have to push against the sides of the interior frame (I’m not sure of technical terms) and pull and wrestle the window toward me to tilt or remove for cleaning. On one window, the lower horizontal sash of the upper window didn’t tilt easily with the rest of the window and began to split at the corner joint, and now that whole piece is (over time) crumbling down to the window sill. Of the other windows, some are difficult to push up and down and stick sometimes, others are OK.

Anyway, we debated to replace the two bad windows, or just do the whole house, 15 windows. One bay, and all the rest double hung. I just want the tab that you push or slide for the window to release for easy tilt and clean. We don’t need high end; probably low or mid grade, and I assume vinyl is what people replace with around here. I’ve seen an Okna window, and an Anderson window (too expensive), and have had folks around here mention Sunrise, Berkshire Revere, Simonton; and I’ve browsed Lowes and Home Depot.

So many choices and technical terms and overwhelming. I’m expecting around 6-7-8k for estimates. Could you make a few suggestions of a manufacturer and line (model) or options that I should consider? I just don’t want to replace with the same type that I have due to difficulties I mentioned. I do like the wood look, but am quite willing to switch to vinyl, hoping I can get an interior color besides white. Your advice/input would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Rebecca - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Rebecca. If you are leaving the house in three years, then it's tough to suggest spending a lot of money. This is where a quality Window World becomes an option. Or perhaps a decent Simonton series from HD and installation from a well reviewed window installer on yelp comes to mind.

Check to see if Ideal Windows are around your area. They are New Jersey based. but offer some really nice value on say their Platinum 3000 vinyl window. The Alside Mezzo is a decent enough vinyl window that might offer you a low per window price.

You may want to start out looking at yelp or even using our form to get bids and opinions. Collect a handful and see what you get. You can always shoot me the bids you get and I'm happy to give you my take on what you've got.

Whatever you do, keep the receipt and any information about the windows for the new owners for if and when an issue arises.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019


Virginia Beach Window Recommendations

Dane, Necessary to replace entire window due to wood rot on window frame as well as frame of the window itself… entire thing! Has center stationary pane with casements on either side. Sorry, I don't have measurements at work. What manufacturers would you recommend? The windows will be installed in the Virginia Beach, VA area close to the water… Thank you.

Fran - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Fran, if you are close to the water, I would recommend going with a quality vinyl or fiberglass window, which will hold up to the wear and tear of the sun, wind, salt air, etc. Okna, Sunrise, Soft-Lite, Polaris, Marvin, Simonton - these are all brands I recommend. If you google "Okna windows Virginia Beach" for example, you should be able to see pretty quickly if any local companies carry those brands. Get two or three bids and you should have a pretty good idea about pricing, quality, etc.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016






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