American Craftsman Windows Prices
American Craftsman windows prices start at $250 and top out at $400 fully installed for a normal size window opening. American Craftsman is a vinyl window manufacturer that is owned by Andersen Windows and sold mainly through the big box home improvement stores. Check out all of our American Craftsman reviews to discover what homeowners and contractors think of their products and customer service.
The 50 series is the entry level vinyl window from American Craftsman and comes standard with dual weatherstripping, a window lock, folding hardware on their non-fixed frame models. The 50 is available in a single hung, double hung, casement, awning, gliding, hopper, bay, bow and in a specialty shape. The 50 series is a very simple window that is inexpensive, $225 to $275 fully installed, but not particularly well made.
American Craftsman 70 series includes all of the features of the 50 series, but with an enhanced looking design and more custom sizes than the 50 series. Similarly to the 50 series, the 70 series is available in a single hung, double hung, casement, awning, gliding, hopper, bay, bow and in a specialty shape. The 70 comes in both a replacement or new construction design option -- new construction includes a nailing fin or flange that allows the windows to be secured to the opening.
The 9500 Series was the most popular line from American Craftsman before they changed their series names. It has fairly average performance numbers, with a DP of 45, SHGC of .31, air infiltration of .12, and U-value of .32. The 9500 is generally considered to be a mediocre product, but a good installer who doesn't take shortcuts with the installation can probably make this a good option that will last 15 or 20 years. This window is comparable to Alside's Ultramaxx - see all Alside window prices. Our window calculator can provide additional pricing.