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Simonton Windows Prices

The Simonton windows prices listed below are target prices only - the size, specs and upgrades will bump them up or down by say $100 per window. In general, Simonton enjoys a good reputation in the window industry. They are a solid mid grade vinyl window manufacturer with good customer support. Their frames tend to be a little wider, which gives them a bulkier look which some homeowners don't like as much as say a Sunrise or Okna. However, the wider frame does provide better insulation, which homeowners like from an energy efficiency perspective. The company uses good extrusions and cleans up their weld lines well.

Their models and marketing can be rather confusing for consumers. For instance, the Reflections, Prism and Generations Window Series are all essentially the same window. They have three levels of each of these series and they have these different labels for the system of distributors they have set up. The Prism includes standard double strength glass and a better glass breakage warranty and therefore is probably a better value.

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.


Simonton Reflections 5050 & Prism Bronze

The Reflections 5050 is the same window as their Prism Bronze and is essentially their entry level vinyl window. The window has a fairly narrow profile, which provides homeowners with more glass or viewing area. In general, this product is given an okay grade for the price. Most contractors would strongly urge consumers to upgrade to a better performer within the Simonton family for long term value.

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Simonton 5050 or Vinylmax Edison

One contractor sells the Vinylmax Edison for $9,300. Another sells the Simonton 5050 for $8,600. Any suggestions?

Mary - Homeowner - from 2017

Editor's Reply

Mary, the Vinylmax Edison is the better window by far over the Simonton 5050.

Tom - Site Editor - from 2017


Simonton Reflections 5300 & Prism Ultra Gold

These two windows are nearly identical, although the Prism comes standard with double strength glass, while the Reflections usually requires an upgrade from single strength glass. The Prism often comes with a 25 year warranty on glass breakage, while the 5300 only has a 3 year warranty period.

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Simonton Relections 5500 & Prism Platinum

The Reflections 5500 is the same window as their Prism Platinum and is one of Simonton's top offerings. This frame tends to be on the wider or thicker side, but offers much better performance numbers. They come standard with a 1" super spacer and the Prism line comes with double strength glass. The 5500 with the ETC Super 366 glass package offers the following performance numbers U-factor of 0.30, Air Infiltration of 0.17 and an SHGC of 0.18.


Simonton Impressions 9800

The Impressions 9800 is arguably the best window offered by Simonton. Many consider it the better looking "twin" to the Prism Platinum. In terms of performance, it is on nearly identical to the 5500, but uses a different dye and therefore looks slightly different. Originally, this window was only sold through a select number of Simonton dealers, but can now be sold be any Simonton distributor. The window runs about $50 more than the 5500 (or Prism Platinum). It used to have a plastic center handle on the sash, but now has two metal lift handles. The Impressions Series comes with a better warranty than the Prism or Reflections lines.

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Simonton Assure

The Assure is a new window line from Simonton beginning in the Spring of 2012. The company redesigned their entry level 5050 and 5300; the Assure will replace this model and possibly the 5300. The Assure has a thinner profile that creates more glass and viewing area by nearly an inch on all four sides. No changes were made to the sash but the window frame is better looking (according to the company). The window can be ordered with the popular Super Spacers (Simonton calls theirs the Supercept). The performance numbers have changed very little.

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Simonton 6500 Windows

Dear Tom, we just bought a 1920s house with 18 windows, almost all original, and in various stages of non-working order. We have used consumer checkbook to identify top-rated installers, but are having trouble evaluating the windows they recommend.
We also asked home depot to put in a bid. Each contractor recommended different windows, and most have not been rated by consumer reports, so we are having difficulty comparing them. This is what we have gotten so far:
Soft-Lite Pro - we didn't get a quote because we didn't like the look, specifically the lift rail
Ideal UltraTite $450 + $65 for lead safe installation = $515
Vytex Platinum hp $500 + $65 for lead safe installation = $565
Simonton 6100 $695
Simonton 6500 $800
Ideal Platinum - still waiting for a quote

We plan to be in the house 15-20 yrs and would like good, mid grade windows.

Fern- Homeowner - from 2017

Editor's Reply

Fern, I will rank these windows by the overall quality and performance data. Number one on your list is the Vytex Potomac-hp?a high performing window and kind of a fantastic price based on the comparisons you have. Soft-Lite Pro?the pro is a good vinyl window, but obviously you aren't going with this one based on the aesthetics.

The Ideal Platinum is a good vinyl window, not top tier like the Potomac-hp, but decent. The Ideal UltraTite II?a middle of the road vinyl window and not a bad one for the price (not nearly as good as the Potomac-hp). Simonton 6500, a good mid range vinyl window. Simonton 6100 -- just okay in my opinion.

Basically, I would strongly urge you to go with the Vytex Potomac-hp. However, I would use one or more of the bids you have to see if he will come down off that price. Tell him you have a bid on the Soft-Lite Pro for instance at $520 per window. This is your upper budget of what you wanted to spend and his bid is out of your budget. If he could match the $520 per window price, you'd be willing to sign a work order that day. Then wait and see if he comes back and offers something lower.

Tom - Site Editor - from 2017











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Simonton 5050 Windows Pricing

5050 Series
13 Double Hungs
Size: 32"W x 66"H
Price: $430 each
Included installation cost (and exterior aluminum capping).
State: Northern Virginia
Project bid from 2010.


5050 Series (No Upgrades)
36 Double Hung, Casements & Sliders
Sizes: Varied
Prices: $305 each
Included product and installation.
State: Mid South
Job completed during 2011.


Simonton 5500 Windows Cost

14 Double Hungs
Sizes: 36" wide and 58" tall
Pricing: $750 each
Included windows (low-e, argon gas, and extra thick glass), installation, and haul away
State: Alabama
Project estimate from 2017


5500 Series
19 DH, 9 Picture Windows, 2 Casements, 8 Awnings
Sizes: Varied But Standard
Pricing: $605 each
Included windows, installation and exterior wrapping.
State: Kansas
Project completed in 2010.


5500 Series
11 DH windows (Full Screens)
Size: Standard
Cost: $538 each
Included product and installation.
State: Massachusetts
Job completed during 2010.


5500 Series
Double Hungs 28"W x 58"H (3), Double Hungs 34"W x 46"H (3), Slider 47"W x 35"H (1)
Sizes: See above
Costs: $810 each
Included product and installation.
State: Pittsburgh, PA
Project bid from 2010.


5500 Series
21 Double Hungs, 1 Large Picture Window
Size: Standard DHs
Price: $569 each
Included installation.
State: Kansas City <
Job completed during 2012.


5500 Series
20 Double Hungs, 6 Geometric Shapes
Sizes: Varied
Prices: $525 each
Included product and install.
State: Ohio
Project bid from 2010.


5500 Series
8 Double Hungs, 1 Casement (Oak Veneer, Brown Exterior)
Sizes: 32"W x 72"H (5), 32" x 48"H (3), 51"W x 48"H (1)
Price: $322 each
Included product and installation.
State: Ohio
Bid pricing from 2010.


6500 Series
16 Double Hungs
Size: Standard to Large
Pricing: $685 each
Included product and installation.
State: Northern Virginia
Job completed during 2011.


Prism Platinum
7 Casements
Size: Large
Cost: $630 each
Included professional installation.
State: N/A
Project bid from 2005.


Prism Platinum
14 Double Hungs, 2 Pictures (small), 1 Slider (large)
Sizes: Standard on DHs
Costs: $575
Included professional installation.
State: N/A
Job completed during 2010.


Prism Platinum
8 Double Hungs, 1 Casement (Oak Veneer, Brown Exterior)
Sizes: 32"W x 72"H (5), 32" x 48"H (3), 51"W x 48"H (1)
Price: $410 each
Included product and installation.
State: Ohio
Bid pricing from 2010.


7300 Series
6 windows (2 sliders, 2 single hung, and 2 casement) and 2 doors (one sliding and one single french)
Price: $505 each
Included product and installation.
State: Southern California
Project bid from 2009.


7500 Series
2 Sliders, 2 Single hungs, 2 Casements, 2 Doors - One Sliding, One French)
Prices: $528 each
Included product and installation.
State: Southern California
Job completed during 2009.


Impressions 9800 Series
20 Double Hungs
Sizes: Varied, but standard
Pricing: $785 each ($15,685 total)
Included all products, permitting and installation.
State: Florida
Bid price from 2012.



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