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Milgard windows prices range from $400 installed per window all the way up to $1500 installed for their Quiet Line noise reducing window. Milgard is considered a good window, not the best, but a solid manufacturer on the West Coast. Milgard is no longer being sold on the East Coast, but is still available in other parts of the country, particularly on the West Coast. The company gets pretty good marks for their West Coast operations, production quality and customer service. See Milgard windows reviews.


Styleline Series (Vinyl)

The Styleline has a more modern look to it with a thinner frame for more surface glass and uneven sightlines (important to some people, completely unimportant to others). The window has a slightly elevated locking mechanism and does not include a vent lock, weep hole covers. The thinner frame means less energy efficiency numbers than the Tuscany and this is one of the main reasons why the window is also priced about 10% less than the Tuscany. The Styleline is a good bet for smaller openings or if the price on the Tuscany is just out of your price range. Compare this model to Anlin Monte Verde model.

Target Price: $400 (double hung with normal installation)


Tuscany Series (Vinyl)

The Tuscany is one of three vinyl window lines offered by Milgard. The Tuscany is their most popular window and runs about 10% more than their Styleline series. It has a classic look and even sightlines, along with a slightly thicker frame and better energy efficiency numbers over the Styleline. It also includes some small upgrades, including a better lock, vent stops, an intercept aluminum spacer, a bit nicer screen and slightly wider spacer. It comes with a lifetime warranty that includes glass breakage. The window has a U value of 0.29 and a SHGC of 0.21, both solid numbers. The Milgard Tuscany with the 3D Max glass package is probably on par with a Simonton 7300 with the Daylight Max. While this window probably won't WOW you when you see it, but it is a solid performer that looks nice.

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Ultra Series (Fiberglass)

The Ultra is Milgard's fibeglass frame window and often considered a second choice behind the Marvin Infinity or Integrity. (More on Marvin windows prices.) The Ultra lacks the the fantastic look of the Infinity Everwood, which is their wood veneer interior. One positive of the Ultra is a real wood interior option (just as the Integrity is available in the wood interior). The company offers a nice warranty on their products. If the Marvin products are out of your price range and you are married to fiberglass, the Ultra is a decent choice.

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Quiet Line Series

The Milgard Quiet Line replacement window is a specialty window of sorts produced primarily to reduce exterior noises. These windows have an STC rating of 46 - comparable to a recording studio, which typically has glass with an STC rating in the 50 to 55 range. The frames is quite thick and bulky on this window and it built solid. The window is quite expensive - some consumers equate it to buying two windows for a single opening. If money is no object and you need a high end noise reducing window, the Quiet Line is for you.

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Customer Project Pricing


Classic Series
10 Sliders, 2 Patio Doors, 1 Picture Window (all with Suncoat Max)
Sizes: Varied, Large Picture Window
Price: $630 average for each
Included both windows and installation.
State: California
Project from 2011.


Classic Series
11 Double Hungs
Sizes: Standard
Prices: $350 each
Included products and installer cost.
State: Arizona
Project completed in 2008.


StyleLine Series
10 Single Hungs (2 Tempered, 1 Arched Window, all Lo-E3, upgrade)
Pricing: $380 each
Included both windows and installation.
State: N/A
Project from 2011.


Tuscany Series
8 Sliders
Sizes: Standard but varied
Cost: $420 each
Included installation.
State: California
Project from 2013.


Tuscany Series
12 Horizontal Sliders, 1 Patio Door
Sizes: 72"W x 48"H (10), 96"W x 60"H (1), 36"W x 36"H (1), 72"H Patio Door.
Cost: $590 each for Lowe-2, $635 for low-e3 glass
Included products and installer cost.
State: California
Project bids from 2009.


Tuscany Series
16 Sliders & Single Hungs
Price: $640 each
Included both windows and installation.
State: Colorado
Project from 2008.


Tuscany Series
18 Double Hung & Awnings
Sizes: Standard, 72" Patio Slider
Pricing: $550 each, $1700 for patio slider
Included products and installer cost.
State: California
Project completed in 2008.


Ultra Series
14 Double Hungs
Size: Standard
Prices: $580 each
Included both windows and installation.
State: Colorado
Project from 2010.











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