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Polaris Windows Prices

Polaris windows prices start at $400 and top out at $700 for a normal size double hung with the cost of installation included - find additional pricing using our window replacement cost estimator. Polaris gets varied reviews, with their budget window, the ValuSmart, not as well liked as their better lines. They all tend to have good AI numbers for their price points. Manufactured on German equipment made by Sturtz, they have a reputation for consistently good manufacturing quality. For more information, check out our Polaris windows reviews.

Overall Price Range: $400 to $700 installed

Polaris ValuSmart Windows

The ValuSmart is a fairly simple window. It has clean lines and a tilt in sash for easy cleaning. Like many low-end windows, it doesn't have a lot of chambers in the frame and the wall thickness is moderate (0.70.) The U-value of 0.33 is decent and the AI is 0.06, which is very good for the price. It is often compared to a Simonton Assure Series.

ValuSmart Pricing

Polaris ThermalWeld Windows

Polaris makes the ThermalWeld, with a U-value of 0.29 and an SHGC of 0.28. It is similar in features and ratings to a Soft-Lite Barrington, although the frame is thicker. See all Soft-Lite window prices.

ThermalWeld Costs

Polaris UltraWeld Windows

The UltraWeld is the top offering from Polaris and is considered on of the best vinyl replacement windows available. It gets good reviews for its design and engineering. The UltraWeld has an extra strength outer wall and an optional foam filling. The U-value is around 0.29 and the AI is a very impressive 0.01. There are plenty of nice features, including the Ultracept, a stainless steel spacer. In addition to the double hung, it comes as a casement, bay, and bow. It can be compared to the Sunrise Elements, but has better air infiltration numbers.

UltraWeld Prices

Polaris Windows Warranty

The Polaris window warranty is a Limited Lifetime Warranty that covers the frame, sash and components against manufacturing defects for the lifetime of the original owner. The warranty does not include an accidental glass breakage provision, although it does include a 30 year provision on the insulated glass unit. In case of a warranty claim, the homeowner is responsible for the cost to remove the window and to reinstall the replacement window (or the manufactured repaired window). The warranty is transferrable for 30 years from the original date of purchase. Consumers should always read the warranty for themselves to see the exclusions that always are laid out in great detail.

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