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Ply Gem Windows Prices

Ply Gem windows prices start at $350 and top out at $450. Over the years, they have bought many different lines of windows, including Alenco, Great Lakes, M&W, CertainTeed, and Patriot. They continue to produce some of them, and others have been relabeled and are sold under the Ply Gem name. Some contractors like the true Ply Gems, but most don't care for the CertainTeeds. The different names and lines can get confusing, so it's important to go through a dealer who knows what they're talking about. Some of their lines get good reviews - see al of them here, Ply Gem windows reviews. For more pricing, use our free replacement window price calculator.

Overall Price Range: $350 to $450 installed


Contractor Series

The Contractor Series from Ply Gem is their lower end product. It doesn't have the quality of engineering and design that most home owners expect. There are very few features and upgrades available. The Contractor is most often used by developers working on large commercial and residential properties. Compare to the Jeld Wen Premium Vinyl window. Jeld Wen windows prices.

Contractor Window Pricing


Pro Series

Ply Gem's mid grade window is the Pro Series, which was previously the Grandview 4000 model. It isn't much different from the Contractor, with only minimal upgrades. It features a stainless steel spacer and the frame is made from painted PVC cellular material. It carries a 25 year transferable warranty, but it doesn't cover glass breakage. The double hungs have a DP30 rating, R-value of 3.45, U-factor of 0.29, AI of 0.19 and SHGC of 0.27. The sash doesn't have reinforcement and the numbers are poor. It isn't available as a double hung. Compare to the Silverline 9500 window.

Ply Gem Pro Costs


Premium Series

The Premium Series is a step up from the Pro. It comes in a double hung (among other styles) and has some additional color choices. This line used to be the Grandview 5000 from Great Lakes. Like the Pro Series, the lifetime warranty doesn't cover the glass. Most of the numbers are the same as the Pro, but it does have a DP50 rating if you upgrade to the EP package. Compare to the Simonton Reflections 5300 window.

Premium Window Prices











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