Amsco Windows Prices
Amsco windows prices are in the low range and start at $225 installed for a Studio vinyl to $550 for a Serenity double hung with standard installation. In general, the company makes builder grade vinyl and composite windows and sells solely through distrbutors. The company does not offer any sort of warranty on their labor, instead, it is the responsibility of the distributor (who may offer a warranty with TONS of exclusions).
Amsco Studio Series
The Studio Series is their entry level vinyl that uses a five chamber extrusion with a dual pane, low-e glass package they call Coze, a double weather stripping. The horizontal sliders use a vinly covered brass bearings. The window gets a U-value of 0.34, SHGC of 0.31 and a VT of .57. In general these are not particularly impressive numbers. The Studio window is comparable to the Alside Excalibur.
Amsco Studio Window Quote
Hello Tom, do you have any information on which window is better between the Alside Fairfield 80 and the Amsco Studio window. Or if either of them are worth the 25,000 my contractor is asking?
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David, both of these windows are low end mid range vinyl windows. I'd give the nod the Amsco Studio if pressed. $25K for how many windows? I would expect a medium sized Amsco Studio window installed to run $400 to $500.
Amsco Artisan Windows
The Artisan is an upgraded window from the Studio although the performance numbers are comparable. They get a U-value of 0.35, SHGC of 0.27 and a VT of .49. This window might be compared to the Harvey Slimline or Classic. See Harvey windows prices.
Amsco Renaissance Series
The Renaissance Series is a composite frame - it is made from wood fiber and resin and is available in 6 colors. This window might be an alright option if the Andersen 100 composite frame is out of your price range. Read additional Andersen windows prices.
Amsco Serenity Window
The Serenity Series is a sound control window and gets solid reviews from contractors. The window uses a box style spacer, Cardinal insulated glazing and a double seal. The window has an interesting design that controls sound without the standard PVB interlayer. Contractors have complained about the flimsy glazing bead and the lack of a durometer seal. A pretty good budget option for a sound control window, which can be very expensive. See Milgard windows prices for the Quiet Lines, which can cost $1500 installed.
Past Amsco Windows Prices