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Find Vinylmax windows prices on all of their most popular models and brands, including Hyde Parke, Easton, Sherwood, and Edison window series. Vinylmax gets mixed reviews, some contractors like the product and feel like it is a middle of the road vinyl window sold at a reasonable price. Others point to their offerings as a lower grade product sold at a higher than expected price point. While the jury may still be out on the quality of the product, good installation from a credible installer is a must.

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.


Vinylmax Hyde Park Windows

The Vinylmax Hyde Park is their entry level window with a U-factor of 0.30 (industry standard) and an air infiltration rate of 0.17 (pretty poor number). It comes as a double hung, slider, garden, bay or bow and as a picture window. The window is comparable to the Ply Gem Pro Series, although some homeowners felt this window felt heavier and more rigid - a sturdier frame. It should run about 10% more than the Ply Gem Pro, although pricing will usually vary by dealer. It carries a lifetime warranty.

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Vinylmax Easton Series

Their mid range vinyl window that has similar performance numbers to the Hyde Park with a U-factor of 0.30 and an air infiltration rate of 0.17, along with some upgrades. It is available as a double hung, picture and sliding window. With the triple pane R-5 optional upgrade, homeowners can expect much better performance numbers and cut exterior sound. Contractors put this window on par with Simonton 5050, their entry level window (which now may also go under the Assure Series). DH installed:

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Vinylmax Sherwood Series

The Sherwood is the high end vinyl wood interior window from Vinylmax that uses Oak or Poplar wood species. It is a low end wood window that might work for some homeowners - there are contractors who feel the wood looks like it was simply glued onto the vinyl frame. It has a fairly bulky frame for a wood frame. It is fairly inexpensive for a wood clad window so our advice would be to see the product in person and hopefully in a home before purchasing.

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Vinylmax Edison 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.

The second contractor gave 3 quotes for 10 double paned, double hungs (2 kitchen windows in 1st quote would be 1 big window in 2nd quote) with grids. #1 is Sunrise Restorations: $6,905; #2 is Vytex Fortis: $6,496; 3rd is Vytex GeorgeTown: $5,917.

I'm meeting with a 3rd contractor that specializes in Okna on Monday. I'm thinking of scheduling more contractors for estimates because I think the first 2 contractors' quotes are high. What do you think? I'm in Northern Virginia. Thanks.

Gary - Homeowner - January, 2017

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.

I definitely agree that you can always keep getting bids until you find the one you like. Take your time and get it done right.

Of the bids you have so far, the Sunrise Restorations is the best by far, followed by the Vytex Fortis. The Vinylmax Edison is a decent window, but it can't touch the other two in my opinion.

I'm curious how much wiggle room there is in those bids. If it were me, I'd go back to the Sunrise dealer and tell him that you want to go with him, but that the quote is out of your budget (I always say wife's budget) -- if there was a way he could get it closer to the bid you have on the Fortis model (or the Georgetown if you're feeling ambitious), then you're in business. That should get to his basement price on one of the best windows in the business.

Tom - Site Editor - January, 2017


Past Customer Pricing


Vinylmax Hyde Park Window Prices


Hyde Park Series
18 Double Hungs
Sizes: N/A
Pricing: $425 each ($7,650 total)
Included installation.
State: Pennsylvania
Bid price from 2010.


Hyde Park & Sherwood Series
11 Hyde Park Double Hungs, 7 Sherwoods
Sizes: N/A
Pricing: $535 each ($9640 total)
Included installation.
State: Pennsylvania
Bid price from 2010.


Hyde Park Series
4 Double Hungs, 1 Picture
Sizes 40"W x 48"H (4), 78"W x 40"H (1)
Price: $675 each ($3405 total)
Include full tear out installation.
State: Illinois
Bid price from 2012.


Vinylmax Easton Window Prices


Easton Series
8 Sliders
Size: Standard
Cost: $350 each
Included installation
State: Ohio
Bid from 2012.


Easton Series
21 Double Hungs, 1 Large Picture Window
Size: Standard DHs
Price: $515 each
Included installation.
State: Missouri
Project completed in 2012.


Easton Series
36 Double Hung, Casements & Sliders
Sizes: Varied
Pricing: $305 each
Included installation.
Location: North Carolina
Bid from 2011.


Easton Series
13 Double Hungs (w/grids and half screens)
Sizes: Varied
Pricing: $727 each
Included installation and exterior wrapping.
Location: Minnesota
Bid from 2011.


Easton Series
10 Double Hung (triple pane, all upgrades)
Size: Standard
Cost: $750 each
Included installation
State: Virginia
Bid from 2010.


Easton Series
26 Double Hungs
Size: Standard
Cost: $380 each
Included installation
State: Ohio
Bid from 2010.











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