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Explore Thermal Windows And Doors prices and consumer cost quotess on their most popular windows and doors, including the 7000 series.

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Thermal 7000 Series Prices

Thermal Series 7000 Cost

I live in upstate New York and have two bids so far for 10 windows. The first is from Thermal Windows And Doors on their Series 7000. The original bid was $995 per window, but the salesman had gone down to $825 per window by the time he left. I also have a bid on the Polaris Ultraweld for $570 per window.

Steve - Homeowner - from 2018

[Website Editor Answers]

Steve, the Polaris UltraWeld is definitely the way to go. $570 on the Ultraweld, which is their premium vinyl window, is a very good price too!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018

Thermal 7000 Window Prices

Hi Tim, we're renovating our Kitchen and since the 3 windows in the Kitchen are 20+ years old, our Contractor recommends replacing them. The quote for replacing one double hung with a double hung and replacing 2 double hung with 2 side by side Casement windows is $1400. The windows would be base level (no upgrades) vinyl Thermal 7000 series. The 2 double hung that will be casement each measure approx 28x38 and the double hung being replaced with a double hung is approx 31x48.

We'd appreciate your opinion on the Brand, Line, and Price. Also would any upgrades be recommended?

We live in Central NJ and plan on living here for at least 10 years.

Thanks for your time!

Tom - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Tom, I don't often hear much about this brand, but I did check out the window. It offers some nice features and good performance, with a U-factor of .28 and an air infiltration of .04. The AI number is good and it looks like the window offers a constant force balance, a sloped sill, and a foam filled frame. In general, it sounds like a solid vinyl window. I can't vouch for the company, but the numbers (usually) don't lie.

In terms of price, you are getting a good deal on the face of it - less than $500 per window is tough to beat. In terms of upgrades, the only upgrade that springs to mind is if they offer an optional reinforced meeting rail, which can provide more strength and stability to the window, which will help with the longevity and often prevents having to replace certain parts in year 10, 15, 20 etc.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

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