Larsen Storm Windows Prices
Explore Larsen storm windows costs and product details and features on their Bronze, Silver and Gold storm windows. In general, consumers can expect to pay $20 to $35 per square foot for the storm window itself, depending on the model, upgrades and options that you opt for.
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Larsen Bronze Storm Windows
The Larsen Bronze Series is the company's entry level storm window that is available in three different models, including a 2x track double hung, 3x track double hung, as well as a picture or fixed window. Standard features include a T-6 aluminum frame, marine grade glazing, metal finger pulls, adjustable expander for older sills, and color matched and pre-drilled installation holes.
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Larsen Silver Storm Windows
The Larsen Silver Series comes standard with all of the same features of their Bronze Series, along with several upgraded features, including an interlocking window and the anti-bow guide. The Silver storm window can be ordered in a 2x track double hung, 2x track slider, as a picture or fixed window. The performance numbers on the Silver Series are going to reduce the air infiltration rates by half with the better construction and tigher seals.
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Larsen Gold Storm Windows
The Larsen Gold Series comes standard with all of the same features of their Silver Series, along with better fittings and components for even better thermal protection (4x reduction in air infiltration over the Silver Series). The Gold Storm Series can be ordered in a number of styles, including a 2x track double hung, 2x track slider, 2x track slider/picture, and a picture window. The Gold Series comes in 4 color selections and with their limited lifetime warranty.
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Larsen Windows Warranty
The Larsen window warranty should cover the frame finish for 2 years and all hardware for 1 year from the date of purchase (brass exteriors are not included). The warranty does not cover damage to any screens, not does it cover the cost of installation or labor, simply the cost of the product replacement. In general, storm windows do not carry very good warranty terms due to the fact that storm windows are typically used in areas that are subject to extreme weather and wear and tear.
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