Sunrise Windows Prices
Search Sunrise windows prices from past customers to find cost information on the Essentials, Standard, Verde, Vanguard and Restorations window series. This vinyl window manufacturer is well regarded in the industry and offers a number of vinyl window lines and series to fit many consumer budgets. For additional information, read all of our Sunrise window reviews.
Sunrise Essentials Windows
The Sunrise Essentials is their entry level window with a decent glass package that has fair numbers for a budget window. The Essentials uses a different extrusion and sash design than the standard Sunrise, which means it isn't as strong nor as well made (although still an okay option for homeowners on a budget). The window is available in a limited number of colors and only in a double hung, slider and picture window. (Find more on double hung windows prices.) The Essentials is probably fine for smaller openings, but homeowners should consider upgrading to at least the standard Sunrise for larger openings that require a larger window frame. The following numbers may vary a little, but here is what we found for performance numbers on the Essentials: U Value .30, Air Infiltration .10, Visible Transmittance .56.
Standard Sunrise Windows
The Standard Sunrise model uses an upgraded extrusion from the Essentials, although it lacks the bells and whistles of the models below. It does not have the fiberglass sash reinforcement and uses separate tilt lock buttons on the sash. The window is also offered in a wider array of colors and glass packages than the Essentials. This model is comparable to the Okna 400 or the Soft-Lite Classic. Discover more Okna windows prices.
Sunrise Verde Windows
For all practical purposes, the Verde is the standard Sunrise plus an additional foam filled chamber in the extrusion, as well as foam wrap around the window and Solar clean glass. The window comes with a solid lifetime warranty that inculdes glass coverage and self cleaning glass. Performance wise, the Verde offers a U-value of 0.28 and an SHGC of 0.21.
Sunrise Vanguard Windows
In similar fashion to the Verde, the Vanguard is the standard Sunrise frame, along with some added features, including a fibercore reinforced sash and a recessed lever lock. The Vanguard still uses the separate tilt buttons instead of the upgrade on the Restorations.
Sunrise Restorations Windows
The Restorations is their premium and most expensive window that comes standard with a fibercore reinforced sash (both on the vertical sash and the meeting rail), the Max Edge spacer, a clever tilt sash lock mechanism, foam filled chambers and a high transparency screen. The window has a relatively narrow frame and sash, which gives it quite a nice overall look. It is one of the only vinyl products on the market that many homeowners and installers think looks a lot like a real wood window. The Restorations has a fantastic U-value of .28 and an air infiltration number around .04. A fair number of contractors and installers put this window in the top five vinyl windows on the market.
Past Customer Pricing
Sunrise Classic vs Restorations
I'm replacing 27 windows; 2 sliders and 25 double hung. Thus far, I have 3 quotes. I was curious what your opinion is on these and which you would buy if it were your own home.
Site Editor Tom's Reply
Gerry, all three of these windows are good, but the Sunrise options are probably the better deal(s) in my opinion. The Vytex Grandview is a decent vinyl window, but the Standard Sunrise is a good window and definitely worth the additional $40 per window.
Sunrise Restorations Quote
Hi, I received quotes from 2 different contractors. The first contactor's quote is for 11 triple pane, double hung windows with grids for $6,842 installed. The windows are Vinylmax Edison.
Site Editor Tom's Reply
It's nearly impossible for me to tell you if the bid is high or not without seeing the project details. So far, it sounds like it's not based on the closeness in the bids between the first two contractors. I wouldn't imagine the Okna bid will be lower considering that Okna is a top tier vinyl window.
Sunrise Double Pane Windows
We need 13 Double Hungs (inserts) and 1/2 screens. Dealer price came out to $13,271 or $1,021/window and included installation and exterior wrapping. We are located in Minnesota. Does this seem fair?
Site Editor Tom's Reply
Marni, the $1000 plus per window sounds a bit high to me, although the exterior wrapping and any other project work required may account for this. I would suggest getting a couple more bids from other quality local companies to see how the bids compare. If nothing else, the additional bids might help you renegotiate with the Sunrise dealer for a lower price. Something tells me that that's not the best price you can get out of him.
Sunrise Classic Windows Cost
18 Double Hungs
Sunrise Vanguard Windows Cost
6 Double Hungs, 1 Slider
Sunrise Restorations Windows Cost
14 Double Hungs
13 Double hung (double pane, w/grids), 3 Basement Hoppers
9 Double Hung Windows
34 Double Hung Or Fixed
13 Double Hungs (inserts), 1/2 Screens
11 DH windows (Full Screens)