Marvin: Dual-pane with Low E and Argon is standard. You can upgrade to additional Low E and Argon options, triple pane, specialty glass (e.g. sound abatement), and tinted, obscure, and decorative glass.
Andersen: Dual-pane Low E/Low E4 is standard. You can also upgrade to SmartSun, Sun Glass, Passive Sun Glass, and obscure and art glass.
Fact: Each of these window lines is different, and depending on your window options like materials, and optional upgrades, they each have the ability to come with a vast variation on their respective price tags. Price is always a consideration when shopping for windows especially when you competitively and comparably show windows for an area w like Westchester where we see the extremes of each of the four-season.
Simply obtaining a quote for each won’t give you a good means for comparison, however. It’s important to do your homework and ask some deeper questions we can help you during our consult.
We will cover how long you plan to stay in your home, what kind of design options you want to explore (Anderson has a pretty slim set of options), and lastly what are your environmental challenges? Each home faces the four seasons here in Westchester differently.