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Marvin Infinity Windows Reviews

Explore Marvin Infinity windows reviews and prices from industry experts and homeowners on this popular fiberglass window. Marvin Windows is a popular manufacturer who enjoys quite a nice reputation in the industry for making good quality fiberglass and wood windows.

The company is in all 50 states and tends to price out their products at the higher end of the price spectrum. In general, fiberglass windows tend to be more expensive than vinyl windows. Our Marvin Windows reviews page is an excellent resource for additional information on this brand.

Infinity Windows Cost: $$$$
(4 out of 5)
(Amongst All Fiberglass Windows)

Marvin Infinity Warranty

The Infinity warranty includes a 20 year provision for the exterior cladding, 20 years for glass, 10 years for hardware, and 5 years on the interior finish. All in all, not the most impressive warranty out there. It is fully transferrable, which is always a nice feature.

Dane - Site Editor - Page Last Updated: June 6, 2024

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Marvin Infinity Fiberglass Windows

Hi Dane, I have received several quotes for replacement windows in zip code 80223 in Denver, CO. Please let me know what you think. 5 replacement windows double sliders: 4-52"L X 25"H and 1-68"L X 25"H. The brands and companies are: Lifetime Windows LLC - Marvin Infinity Fiberglass, Lifetime Windows LLC - Anlin Coronado Vinyl, Dreamstyle - Pella Impervia Fiberglass, and Legacy Restoration - Legacy Vinyl. Thank you.

Pam - Homeowner - from 2022

[Editor Answer]

Pam, Marvin Infinity is an excellent fiberglass window. Anlin Coronado is a very nice vinyl window. I have never heard of the Dreamstyle Pervia Vinyl so I can't really comment on it. I have never heard of the Legacy Vinyl window so I can't really comment on it. I have to say that I know 100s of window manufacturers so if this were my project, I would concentrate on the windows that have a proven track record.

Dane - Website Editor - from 2022

Fiberglass Windows In Denver

Hi Dane, Found your site today. What a wealth of information. Thank you for your marvin infinity windows reviews specifically. We need to replace all of the South and West facing windows in our Denver area home. There are definitely some unique things about Denver climate that I want to make sure we account for - mostly, the fact that the sun is extremely intense because of the altitude. That intense sun means that wintertime temperatures can swing from the teens overnight to 70+ during the day.

I've heard that this can cause issues with vinyl windows as they have a high rate of expansion / contraction compared to other frame types. The non-vinyl companies definitely play this up in how they push their products in Colorado, claiming that vinyl windows are great in other climates but will warp and lose their seal faster here than other areas. Have you heard this to be a real issue with high-quality vinyl windows or is it just scare tactics from the non-vinyl folks?

With regards to fiberglass (looking at the Marvin Infinity in particular) have you heard of any issues with the fiberglass caused by intense UV?

We've only had one quote so far - from Renewal by Anderson. I nearly had a heart attack. Glad to find your site and realize that we will likely be able to get a quality product for less. Based on info I found on your site, I'm tempted to cancel my Pella appointment and make an appointment with a local Sunrise dealer. Most of the other top vinyl windows you listed do not appear to be available here (Googling them plus Colorado didn't yield much).

Any other advice you'd give for our Colorado specific situation? Thanks much.

Scott - Homeowner - from 2020

[Editor Answer]

Scott, no real concerns in terms of vinyl as a material in the higher elevations, although a low quality vinyl windows will deteriorate at a faster clip. Vinyl, fiberglass and composites would all work. Let's say it this way, there are plenty of locations that see huge temp fluctuations: Chicago, Pittsburgh, New York -- but all those places have factories that make thousands of quality vinyl windows.

Fiberglass can last longer than vinyl, but will typically run about 30% more than vinyl. In general, a high quality vinyl will hold with those temperature swings -- all quality vinyl windows come with a lifetime warranty on the vinyl frame. Compare that to fiberglass windows that typically carry a 30 to 40 year warranty and that's a good indication of what the companies think of their own products.

Here are a handful of brands you can check out to see if local companies carry them. In addition, Anlin Windows now has dealers in the Denver area and they make quite a nice window as well. Marvin does make a very good window. Fiberglass should hold up to intense UV rays about as well as a top end vinyl window.

I am not a big fan of Pella vs Anlin windows. I'd get a few more bids and see where you stand at that point. Feel free to shoot the bids over to me and I'm happy to give you my two cents.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Marvin Infinity Windows Reviews In 2015

I had a Marvin salesman in my home recently and I was quoted $1,185 for Infinity windows and 50 year warranty. Your cost sheet had the window much lower than this so how current is your Marvin window pricing?

Rachel - Homeowner - from 2015

[Editor's Response]

Rachel, we have been updating our window cost sheet to a per square foot pricing model to make for a more accurate pricing. Our price ranges are for an average sized window with normal installation. There are so many variables that can push that number up or down. (Installation per opening can run $65 to $250 depending on the condition of the frame and sills, whether you want external window capping etc. - almost $200 just in installation). There are grids, screen, glass packages, fills, spacer systems, frame color upgrades and warranty upgrades.

As a frame of reference, Consumer Reports 2014 has the Integrity model retail price at $480, which would mean that with $125 for installation, the Integrity would be $605 fully installed. The Infinity might run $75 more than the Integrity so this would get you to $680, which is right in the middle of our cost range.

Marvin Infinity Costs Per Square Foot (take the length x width and divide by 144 to find the square foot total - so a 36" by 36" window would be 9 square feet)

-- Window: $70 - $80 psf --

-- Standard Installation: $50 - $150 --

-- Fully Installed: $80 - $95 psf --

So is $1100 per window high, yes, but I don't know the set up, size and installation requirements. At the end of the day, the way to solve this question is with competition. Get several more bids from top vinyl window manufacturers like Sunrise, Soft-Lite, Okna or Polaris and see what their premium vinyl series are pricing out at these should be slightly less than the Infinity, but not by much.

These top vinyl windows will also provide better energy efficiency numbers than the Infinity, although they won't look as nice.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2015

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