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Simonton Windows Prices

Simonton windows prices start at $400 and top out at $550. There are a lot of different customizations available for their windows, so the size and upgrades can cause the price to vary by $100 or more. They have a mostly good reputation (read Simonton windows reviews here) with good customer support and several mid-grade lines of solid products. Some home owners don't like their wider, bulkier frames, but they are sturdier and more energy efficient than thin-framed competitors.

Their lines can become confusing. Essentially, they have three Series the Reflections, Prism, and Generation. Each Series has three different quality tiers as well. Even with these things considered, some distributors have their own labels. The Prisms all include double strength glass standard, and have better glass breakage coverage in the warranty.

Overall Price Range: $400 to $550 installed

Simonton Reflections 5050 & Prism Bronze Series

The Reflections 5050 and Prism Bronze are nearly identical. Their lowest price vinyl window, it has a narrow profile to allow for more viewable glass. For the price, it has decent reviews and ratings, but there are better Simonton products without paying a whole lot more.

5050 Series Pricing

Simonton Asure Series

The Asure is a new line that Simonton debuted in spring of 2012. It replaces the old designs for the 5050 and 5300. It has a very thin profile, adding nearly an inch of viewable glass on all four sides. The sash is the same, but they did make some aesthetic changes to the frame. Most contractors recommend upgrading to the Supercept Super Spacer.

Assure Window Prices

Simonton Reflections 5300 & Prism Ultra Gold Series

The main difference here is that the Prism has double strength glass standard, and for the 5300 it's an optional upgrade. The Prism also comes with a 25 year glass breakage warranty. The 5300 warranty only covers glass for three years.

5300 Series Costs

Simonton Reflections 5500 & Prism Platinum Series

The Prism Platinum and Reflections 5500 are essentially the same window, and two of Simonton's best and most popular lines. The frame is thicker than most of their other windows, but it is sturdier and has better performance numbers. A 1" super spacer comes standard, and the Prism line includes standard double strength glass. Most contractors recommend that you get the ETC Super 366 glass package for the 5500. That gives you a U-value of 0.30, AI of 0.17, and SHGC of 0.18.

5500 Window Price

Simonton Impressions 9800 Series

Simonton's most expensive window is the Impressions 9800. It looks very similar to the Prism Platinum, and it's performance ratings are nearly identical to the 5500. It was originally only available through a few dealers but is now offered nationwide. The original plastic center handle has been upgraded to dual metal lift handles, and it has the best warranty out of Simonton's lines.

Impressions 9800 Cost

Simonton 6500 Series

Looking to get 12 vinyl replacement windows and have two quotes so far. See below. These windows seem very similar to me, but the corner welds of the Simonton seem much cleaner and finished. finished look. We are out of Pennsylvania

Reliabilt 3900: $8450
Simonton 6500: $8341

Sheila - Homeowner - from 2017

Site Editor's Answer

Sheila I like the Simonton 6500 over the Reliabilt 3900 series in this scenario. If it were me this is what I would go with and you save a bit of money in the process.

Barry - Site Editor - from 2017

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