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Pella 250 Series Reviews And Prices

Read Pella 250 series reviews, prices, and ratings on this mid range vinyl window series from this well known manufacturer. For a comparison article, check out our Pella vs Andersen Windows page.

Series Rating: 6.5 out of 10

Bottom Line: The 250 series is a good mid range vinyl window at the right price point.

Dane - Site Editor - Page Last Updated: March 26, 2024

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Pella 250 Series Prices

Dane, we have a bid on the Heartland 700 series that ended up being $720 per window installed. Our other strong contender was on the Pella 250 at $780 per window installed. What's the better deal?

Braden - Homeowner - from 2024

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Braden, I would probably go with the Pella 250 in this instance. I trust the Pella name more than Heartland to be honest. I think it's worth the upgrade cost.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2024

Pella 250 Series Windows Cost

Hi there, I'm in Phoenix Arizona and have a bunch of price quotes for 22 windows in total. Thought I'd share since you were so kind with your list and great advice!

Simonton 6200: $19K
Milgard Styline: $20K
Anlin Del Mar: $26.2K
Apex Insignia: $32.5K
Pella 250: $38K
Milgard Ultra: $44K
Pella Impervia: $57K
Marvin Infinity: $57K
Renewal BY Anderson: $68.5K

Tamas - Homeowner - from 2023

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