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Silverline Windows Prices

Silverline windows prices can range between $350 and $600 fully installed for a normal sized window in the V1 and V3 vinyl window series. The company once sold the 2800 and 2900 series (which we've included below). However, they have since switched up their product names to the V1, V3, and Coastal Watch Collection (an impact window).

For a better sense of the quality of the window brand, you might want to take a look at our Silverline windows reviews here.

Bill - AWP Editor - This Page Was Last Updated: May 17, 2024







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Silverline Windows Warrranty

The Silver Line warranty is limited lifetime on all of the vinyl parts and components. However, in general this window warranty is pretty weak in terms of the provisions that it provides to the consumer. It does not cover any repair or installation costs after the windows are installed. (Many companies will provide labor coverage for one to five years after the installation date.)

The warranty is non transferrable, meaning it only cover the original buyer. Just like most window warranties, the Silverline warranty includes many exclusions and restrictions so we would urge consumers to thoroughly read and understand what is covered prior to purchase.


Silverline V1 Window Costs

The Silverline V1 series is the least expensive series the company offers. It uses a slimmer frame from the V3 and will offer less energy efficient numbers. Consumers can expect a 48" by 60" V1 series vinyl window (20 square feet) to cost $260 to $325 installed. This quote makes an assumption that the installation will run $75 to $150 per opening. Full frame installation can run up to $350 per opening, depending on the amount of work needed. Therefore, a V1 window itself at 20 square feet can be purchased for $110 to $175.

-- Estimated Silverline V1 Cost: $300 to $400 installed --
(assumes medium window and normal installation)


Silverline V1 Series Cost

20 Double Hungs
Size: Standard
Quote: $12.2K
Included Installation
Location: Miami
Project Year: 2024



Silverline Window Dealers

Silverline V3 Window Costs

The V3 series is slightly more expensive than the V1 series and utilizes a more robust frame, as well as some nice upgrades in color options and design. The V3 will run roughly 20% more than a comparable V1. Consumers can expect a 48" by 60" V3 series vinyl window (20 square feet) to cost $310 to $390 installed. This price quote makes an assumption that installation costs for $75 to $150 per opening. Full frame installation can run up to $350 per opening. Therefore, a V3 window itself at 20 square feet can be purchased for $160 to $240.

-- Estimated Silverline V3 Cost: $350 to $450 installed --
(assumes medium window and normal installation)


Silverline vs Simonton

Hi, I need six basement, and eleven double hungs replaced. Here are my bids thus far.

V3 Series: $480 each
Simonton Asure Series: $590 each
Alside Mezzo Series: $640 each

Melanie - Homeowner - from 2022


Silver Line Windows Prices List

I am replacing 23 Silverline double hungs and have 5 bids that I'm considering.

Renewal by Anderson: $48,700
Joyce Traditions Cost: $23,700
Alside Mezzo Cost: $19,000
Ideal Perfect Fit Cost: $14,500
V3 Windows Cost: $13,500

Dennis - Homeowner - from 2022


Single Hung Windows

Hi Bill, I live in a townhouse with an HOA. We have existing S-L single hugns - below are pictures of the tags. I am adding two single hungs as part of a bath remodel - can you tell me which type I should get based on what's installed (noted on the tags)?

Joanne - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Joanne, your window is the Silverline 2900 series, which is a single hung option that they no longer sell. You would want to go with the V1 or V3 model if you stick with S-L. The following is actually a good page that goes through the current Silverline options.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2021



Window Replacement Bids

Silverline Coastal Watch Collection Costs

The Silver Line Coastal Watch Collection is an impact window that is considered more of an entry level series. Consumers can expect a 48" by 60" Coastal Watch vinyl window (20 square feet) to cost $600 to $800 installed. This price quote makes an assumption that installation costs for $200 to $300 per opening.

-- Estimated Silverline Coastal Watch Cost: $750 to $1050 installed --
(assumes medium window and normal installation)


Coastal Watch Collection Cost

I am replacing 17 impact windows. The Coastal Watch Collection came out to $1200 fully installed. Seems expensive.

Rick - Homeowner - from 2024


[Site Editor's Answer]

Rick, that does sound expensive to me. Contact me for

Bill - Site Editor - from 2024



Silverline Window Replacement Bids

Silver Line 70 Windows Prices

The 70 window was available both a new construction, replacement or an an impact window. It could be ordered either as a casement or as an awning window. The latch was clumsy looking on these units. Performance wise, with the low-e and argon fills, thecasement should have delivered a .30 U-factor and .21 SHGC. The standard replacement came in a 3-1/4 inch deep frame and could be ordered in a number of different grill patterns and 5 different glass packages. The Silver Line 70 Series came in 3 exterior colors, including dark bronze, beige and white -- white and beige on the inside.

Silverline 70 Prices



Window Replacement Bids

Silver Line 2900 Windows Prices

The Silver Line 2900 window was an entry level single hung that to be honest was not a quality buy. The corner welds and extrusions in general tended to be cheaply made. With a low E2 glass option, performance numbers were as follows: VT of 0.58, U Factor of 0.35, AI of 0.13 and SHGC of 0.34. These numbers were not very impressive, but the real problem was the overall quality of construction and build - it was at best a builder grade vinyl window that should probably have been reserved for house flipping or simple rentals.


Window Replacement Options

Hello from Northeast Ohio. We’re looking at replacing 21 windows in our 13 year old home. Current brand is Silverlines. We’ve gotten quotes for Pella 250 from both Lowe’s and Pella, another from Window World 4000, and Stanek, who says they make all their own. Do you have an opinion on the quality of any of these? Stanek was highest bid, WW was lowest.

John - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

John, of those brands, I like Stanek the best. Not a huge fan of WW or Pella (actually they are pretty good, but they tend to be very expensive for what you get.)

Here is my list of good and best brands and options -- list redacted... Replacement Window Prices

Tom - Site Editor - from 2021


Silverlines vs. Polaris

Bill, I have gotten quotes for both Silverline V1 double hung and Polaris Thermaweld. The prices are similar, both have standard glass, full screens, Low-e and argon gas. The Polaris also has a triple pane option. Any recommendations on one over the other?

Scott - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Scott, Anderson Silver Line windows are poorly made. If you do decide to go with them, the V3 series is the better option over the V1. It will run 20% more, but is well worth the cost. The Polaris Thermaweld, on the other hand, is well made. These two are miles apart in terms of quality and craftsmanship.

I would suggest you ask what the cost would be to upgrade to the Polaris UltraWeld series. This is a really top tier option. The Polaris Thermaweld is very good though.

In terms of triple pane, if you live in a very cold climate I think the $75 upgrade to the triple pane is worth it. This is a ball park cost upgrade for the triple pane. If your climate isn't super cold, I wouldn't spend the extra money.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2020


Silverline Windows Complaints

Hi Bill, I recently purchased a house with Anderson Silver Line 2900 series installed by the builder in 2013 or so. One of the south-facing ones is very foggy on the bottom section, and after trying to clean it inside and out, I figured out the fog is between the glass panels. So I would like to replace that bottom half, but can't find anything online that offers that option for me to purchase.

My question is whether another Andersen replacement product would fit my series 2900 sash. I don't want to have to replace the entire window with a new window just to get rid of that fog.

Silverline Windows vs Anderson

Nancy - Homeowner - from 2022

[Site Editor's Answer]

Nancy, a Renewal product won't fit a Silver Line, they are two completely different brands. I would see if you can find a local dealer. If so, I would call them up and ask them your question. In all likelihood, you will have to replace the whole window if the inside of the double panes are fogged. Silver-line doesn't make a very good replacement, so when you do decide to replace, shoot me another email and I can send you a list of good brands and manufacturers to consider.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2022


Silverline Windows 2900 Series

Bill, we bought a new house in Nov 2017 which has the 2901 single hungs in it. The sizes are 36x72 and beige on both sides. Hurricane Ida damaged one, we are having a difficult time matching the window. This is not sold in our state anymore after calling around we were told American Craftsman windows were an exact match for Silverline. While they are somewhat similar, they don't exactly match what we have.

Any suggestions or information? Can you take parts from one and use them on the frame of another window? We know PlyGem owns both SL and American Craftsman companies now. Is it possible to get exact match for a Silver Line made in 2017? I was told by Silverline corporation they still make that exact window, but I can't find one?

Thanks.

Sheryl - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Sheryl, I wish I knew more specific information on an exact match for Silverline, but I honestly do not. I would have suggested American Craftsman as well. Here is my suggestion and I honestly don’t know how well this will serve you, but here goes. Do a search on say yelp for a window repair person in your area and see if you can get them to come out and give you a free estimate.

Then see if they have any suggestions. Matching hardware can be so tricky if you are picky :) I totally get it, but there isn’t a ton you can do unless you could find a Silverline dealer in perhaps an adjacent state that could order the window and ship it? I realize my advice is lacking and I wish I had a better solution for you, but I really don’t have anything better.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2021




Window Replacement Bids

Silverline 9500 Windows Prices

The Silver Line 9500 window was one of the better windows made by this manufacturer. These were still considered budget windows enabling consumers to purchase windows at less than $400 per window installed. While the frame was bulky, these windows did have strong double strength glass and decent performance numbers with the U Factor at 0.30, the AI at 0.14 and the DP at 45. They offered a host of glass packages, each one with improved performance numbers. The windows all had foam in the frame and an argon fill.

Silverline 8500 Prices


Silverline Windows Prices 2018 And Earlier

Wayne homes built our home using Silverlines and sliding glass doors. A few windows and doors have fogged up and we are wondering about replacement. House is 12 years old now. Thanks

Bruce - Homeowner - from 2018

Site Editor's Reply

Bruce, the best thing to do is call up your local Silverlines rep. Do this by goggling "silver line windows in [your city and state]." Now, they aren't going to be overjoyed to hear from you, but I always recommend doing it under the pretense that you are looking for a bid on new windows. Just ask them to come out and give you a price quote.

Then when they come to give you the bid, you explain that the windows are actually theirs. Before you "spring the truth" on them, ask about the warranty on their windows. When they say lifetime, then its going to be tricky for them to begin hemming and hawing about your windows. Unfortunately, window warranties don't always seem to hold as much weight once the windows are actually in the home.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2018


Silverline 8700 Series

7 Horizontal Sliders
Dimensions: Rather Large
Price Quote: $6.5K
Included All
State: Michigan
Project Bid from 2018


Silverline 5802 Patio Door

Patio Door (1)
Dimensions: 7'
Price Quote: $2.4K
Included All
State: Michigan
Project Bid from 2018

Silverline Windows Prices

I'm in central Florida and have three different quotes thus far on 33 replacement and two big door sliders.

Silverline Windows 2900 Series: $29K
PGT 2200 Series: $30K
Simonton 5500 Series: $34K

Stevie - Homeowner - from 2018

Site Editor's Reply

Stevie, of the bids you have I like the Silverlines 2900 series the least -- isn't up to snuff in my opinion. The Simonton 5500 series is good, possibly worth the additional cost over the PGT, but it's tough the say. I like the PGT 2200 series, it might be my pick here because of the cost and the quality of the PGT windows. They are good. Here's a good site to read additional Simonton Windows reviews.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2018

Silverline 2900 Costs


8500 Windows Cost

The Silverlines 8500 series is a vinyl double hung window with Low E2 glass. These windows include exterior screens with fair performance ratings. The U Factor is 0.30 and the DP is 45. These have a force balance system, Super Spacers are placed between each of the panes, and they have a tilt-in sash and dual weatherproofing.

Silverline 8500 Cost


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8500 Series Quote

We live in Jersey and recently got a quote from a local installer for Silver Line. All the windows are pretty normal sized I'd say. The all have low-e glass and argon fills.

Silver Line 9500 Series: $485 each
SL 8600 Series - $445 each
SL 1200 Series - $385 each

George - Homeowner - from 2016

Site Editor's Reply

George, I'd spring for the 8500 or 9500 series. They are worth the extra cost.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2016


8700 Window Pricing

The Silverline 8700 window are vinyl horizontal sliders that are, like the 2900 option, a low end vinyl replacement window that will not provide much in terms of long term value. There isn't much information on this particular series, though they are not the best when it comes to strength and design.

Silverline 8700 Price


Silverline 8700 Slider Bid

I have 3 bids for 1 patio door, 1 picture window (large) and 7 sliders.

Amcraft Grand Estates Original Series: $6350
Norandex eXtreme Series: $6900
Silverline 8700 Series: $9180

Ben - Homeowner - from 2018

Site Editor's Reply

Ben, I'm not the biggest fan of Amcraft bid, but the Silverline bid is too much in my opinion. I think the Norandex bid is the best value of the bunch.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2018


New Construction Windows

Are Silverline Windows a new construction or replacement window?

Stevie - Homeowner - from 2018

Site Editor's Reply

Nick, most Silver Lines are sold standard replacements -- without the nailing flange that would be on a new construction window. If you are ordering through a dealer, they can order in either the replacement or the new construction version. Again the only real difference is the nailing fin or flange around the top and sides of the window. If you are purchasing retail, ask the service people whether they can be ordered as new construction. They will sell them as replacement windows.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2018







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