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Explore MGM Windows reviews on this Tennessee based vinyl window manufacturer.

Company Information: MGM Industries is a Tennessee manufacturer of vinyl windows and doors and has been in business since 1965. They are a regional company that sells throughout the state, as well as several surrounding states.

MGM Industries gets a 3.2 out of 5 stars based on 5 consumer reviews below.

MGM Windows Cost: $$
(Very Affordable)

Dane - Site Editor - Page Last Updated: February 16, 2024

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MGM Windows Cost

Hi Dane - we are here in Atlanta (the metro area at least). We need to replace thirteen double hung windows and have whittled it down to this:

MGM Industries: $6.3K
Vinylmax Radiance Plus: $10.8K
Simonton 5500 Model: $13.7K
Simonton 5500 Windows Reviews

Don - Homeowner - from 2024

[Site Editor's Answer]

Don, I like the Vinylmax in this scenario. Or the MGM if your timeline is 8 years or less.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2024

How Much Do MGM Windows Cost

I have two double hung windows that need to be taken out and have a full frame replacement installation done. I have 3 prospects going.

Penny Window (MGM Windows): $1255
Window Nation Prices (HarborLight Series): $1965
Universal Windows Direct (UltraSheild Plus): $2005

Aaron - Homeowner - from 2021

MGM Sienna vs United 4800 Windows

I have a rental townhome in Maryland. What brand of windows would you recommend? I got a quote for United 4800 series, MGM sienna windows and Revere windows. I am so confused!! Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Maria - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Hi Maria, there are certainly lots of options out there and the process can get more than a little confusing. All three window brands you mentioned are in the lower end of the vinyl window range, however we are talking about a rental so you probably aren't looking to put a ton of money into the project. I would definitely pass on the Revere windows myself.

If it were me, I would go with something like a Simonton window, maybe their VantagePointe series, or their mid range Reflections series. Simonton makes decent windows and with proper installation, it should serve your interests well.

The other company that is local to your state is Vytex and they make very decent windows and its very possible that a dealer in your area would offer competitive pricing on one of their window models. I would definitely call up the company, ask for the local rep or dealer and get a bid from them for comparison.

Let me know what you find!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

MGM Windows Reviews vs Okna

We're building a new home in 2016 in Foristell, Mo and we're getting quotes on new windows. I found your site on MGM windows reviews over the holiday and found some good information. Thank you for putting this online.

One of the lumber yards quoted a window from MGM Industries. I didn't see anything on your site about them. I was wondering if you knew anything about them or how the would compare to other Windows such as the Okna 500 series which seems to be the best value (cost/performance) one? (I recently discovered that OKNA just let me know that they don't off their windows in our area. Who would you recommend as a runner up? Thanks,

Scott - Homeowner - from 2015

[Site Editor's Response]

Scott, the MGM Sienna 4600 window looks to have an air infiltration rate of .17 and a U-factor of around .31. Basically this is a high air infiltration rating and a pretty mid range U-factor. Based on these numbers, I'd say that the windows are middling at best. But beyond this, I have very little knowledge of MGM Industries, so I will hold any additional opinions to myself.

I'm not totally certain that all four of these manufacturers are available in your local area, but check out this page that talks about 4 specific manufacturers in the state of Missouri. Let me know if this helps and also if you have time I'd love to hear which window brands are available in your area so we can update the page for future consumers!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2015

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