Pella Windows vs Milgard
Pella Windows vs Milgard - how do these two window companies compare to one another? Let's take a closer look.
Milgard Costs: $$$/$$$$
"While I don’t hear as much about Milgard's C650 Ultra fiberglass series or their A250 aluminum-clad, their Tuscany and Trinsic vinyl window series are by far their biggest sellers."
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Pella Windows vs Milgard
Pella Windows and Doors has been in business since 1925 and is located in Pella, Iowa. The company is best known for high-end wood clad windows and doors that are also quite pricey. They enjoy a good reputation in the industry for their high-quality products. However, I think their fiberglass and vinyl windows leave quite a bit to be desired.
What They Sell
Pella sells the 250 vinyl window, which is their most popular series by quite a bit. One of the main reasons is that it's sold through Lowes and their hundreds of stores across the United States. The company also sells two vinyl hurricane windows, one fiberglass series and three different wood clad series. Their premium Reserve wood-clad series is the most expensive and obviously nicest window that they make.
How They Market
Pella markets their windows and doors using a scorched earth technique that is similar to other large manufacturers such as Andersen. They sell through the big box stores, they sell through local window distributors or companies in all 50 states, and they sell to larger developers, contractors and builders. This all encompassing approach is one of the reasons why they are so well-known and sell so many units each year.
Pella Windows Cost are quite high in general. I would say the one place for this isn’t the case is with their vinyl windows, which tend to be in that 5 to 7 out of 10 for all vinyl window options. Their wood-clad series are pricey.
Pella Costs: $$$/$$$$
Milgard Windows prices are in the mid range for most vinyl window manufactures. On a scale of 1 to 10 in terms of overall cost, Millard prices are 5 to 8 out of 10 in the overall vinyl window cost spectrum. Their C650 Ultra would probably be a 7 to 8 on a scale of 1 to 10 for fiberglass windows. In truth, I'm not sure expensive their A250 aluminum-clad option is.
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