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Amerimax Windows Prices

Amerimax windows prices are in the mid range of the vinyl market, somewhere in the $400 to $650 range for normal installation on a double hung window. The company generally gets good reviews and seems to be on an upswing in terms of size and reputation. There isn't a ton of information online about this window company, but as they grow we will continue to add to information as we get it. Amerimax offers a good number of exterior frame colors that is great for homeowners who need a vinyl window with exterior colors (some HOAs require this), but the color will also increase the cost on the window 30% to 40%. Read all of our Amerimax windows reviews.

If you'd like to ask our editors a question about your replacement or new construction windows project, send Tom an email.

Feel free to include project quotes and bids and get an expert opinion on which proposal(s) is right for you. Our site editor, and our website in general, is not associated with any window company. Instead, our advise is based on the idea of providing American consumers with the best long term value for your dollar.


Masters Grande Series

The Master's Grande Series is quite an interestingly named window that has the following performance numbers for its double hung window. A U-factor of 0.28, an SHGC of 0.30 and VT of 0.56. The window offers even sightlines and is a somewhat plain but nice looking window. Amerimax uses paint to color their frames (not atypical) and offers 10 color choices - color frames come with a 10 year warranty. A good comparison for this window might be the Gorell 5100 Series. See Gorell windows prices here.

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Amerimax Windows Complaint

Hi Tom, I hope you can provide some guidance on some new vinyl windows I had installed. They are double hung windows and really leak a lot of air when the wind blows through the top sides/corners of the piece that slides. I can see the weather stripping is missing for about a 1/4" in both directions on these corners where the pieces are welded together. I had a blower door test run and the technician said they leak excessively for new windows. The manufacturer says all their windows are made this way and won't fix the weather stripping. If this is true, these are really bad windows. You can feel the air blowing into the room. My old windows (didn't replace all of my windows) do not leak like the new ones.

I paid extra to get a nail fin install so they would be tight. Never thought so much air would come through the window itself.

Any thoughts or suggestions to get them to fix the problem would be appreciated.

Mark - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mark, who is the manufacturer and what company installed the windows?

Tom - Site Editor - from 2021

[Mark's Response]

Thank you for your prompt response. The window manufacturer is Amerimax and the installer is JDI Properties. I live in the Denver area.

Mark - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mark, I'm surprised by this because Amerimax has a good reputation for quality windows. I looked up JDI and they have very good reviews too. In my experience, this happens so infrequently. I'm not sure what your best course of action is here. I would call them, tell them about the blower door test and ask them to come back out and fix the windows to your satisfaction. If not, you will have no choice but to post a 1 star review on them on Google, Yelp and Home Advisor.

If this doesn't work, I would go on yelp, find a highly rated window repair person and pay them to come and properly seal your windows to your satisfaction. It might not be that expensive and at least you would have non leaky windows (I hope).

Tom - Site Editor - from 2021

[Mark's Response]

Tommy, think they are not what they used to be quality and customer service wise. I choose them and JDI because of their online reputations. I have called and emailed Amerimax so many times that I have lost track. Believe the windows they sent off for the testing mentioned below are not like the windows they are now providing. Myself and other customers are getting a very energy inefficient window now. The last and final straw was their last email which I am quoting from:

"Our windows are tested and validated with weather strip gaps at the weld. Modifying the window to close those gaps is not something we can accommodate. Any modification of a product beyond tested and validated assembly guidelines would modify our warranty parameters.

Our windows are rated and certified per standard NFRC procedures and AAMA guidelines. This is done both through simulation as well as a physical testing to validate the simulations. The windows are given specific U-factor, SHGC, VLT, and structural ratings based on their unique configuration. When the windows are certified for structural performance, they are rated for air infiltration, which is a requirement of the NFRC rating, but is not part of the actual thermal test. Our allowable air leakage is measured and reported by an AAMA accredited laboratory in accordance with AAMA 502-21.

We do allow for field air infiltration testing, but we only recognize the procedure set forth in the AAMA 502, in which the widow must be isolated. The blower test is not recognized by AAMA. All windows experience air infiltration and Hung windows will always experience a higher volume of air due to the design of the product. After reviewing the information available, it is determined that this is an environmental issue created by the windy conditions and the exposure of the structure."

If I take your sound advice, it sound like I would invalidate the warranty. I have shared the blower door test results with them and you can see that it means nothing to them. I also put streamers in the corners of the windows and you can see them flap in the breeze on a windy day. I shared that with them also.

Right now, I just want them to fix the issue and feel bad for other Amerimax customers who have similar windows that Amerimax believes aren't a problem.

Thank you for your time and any other guidance especially relative to the window testing requirments they mention would be helpful!

Mark - Homeowner - from 2021


Craftsman Portrait Series

The Craftsman Portrait Series is their upgraded vinyl series that comes standard with double strength glass, a superspacer & triple weatherstripping. Although a somewhat bulky frame, the window does offer even sightlines, which Amerimax vinyl products didn't used to have. Performance wise it offers the following numbers; a U-factor of 0.29 and an SHGC of 0.29. The window (this applies to all three of their vinyl lines that are not painted) carries a 20 year warranty on materials and labor. A good cost/quality comparison for this model might be the HomeGuard HomeStar or the Okna 500 Insul-Tec. View additional HomeGuard windows prices.

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Aristocrat Casement Series

This Series is available as both a casement and an awning window. It has nice lines and a relatively slim frame. It offers good performance numbers - a U-factor of 0.27, SHGC of 0.25, and VT of 0.47. A good cost/quality comparison for this model might be the Sunrise Verde.

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Amerimax Windows Dealer

Hi. I have a customer who bought Amerimax windows 3 years ago, & wants to finish rest of house. Is there a window that looks the same? I need 12 windows & 10' oxxo French sliding door. Please let me know as soon as possible.

Thanks Bryan - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Does Amerimax no longer have a dealer where your customer lives? Windows that might have similar profiles include Milgard, Simonton, and Jeld Wen. Amerimax sells a number of different window series, so matching them sight unseen is impossible.

I'd start by calling up Amerimax and seeing if you can find a local dealer.

If not, I'd measure the frame width, take some pictures of the window in the home, and then go to Dixieline, HD, etc. and see if I could find a decent match.

Tom - Site Editor - from 2020


Past Amerimax Windows Prices



Masters Grande Series
Sizes: 58"W x 24"H (2), 24"W x 82"H (2), 58"W x 58"H (1), 34"W x 24"H (1)
Price: $630 each ($5075 total)
Included installation.
State: California
Project bid from 2011.


Craftsman Portrait Series
13 Double Hungs With AG3 Glass Package
Price: $520 each ($6800 total)
Included product and installation.
State: Arizona
Project completed in 2011.









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