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Costs for Marvin Infinity vs Integrity Windows

Posted by lsandler (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 28, 10 at 14:01

We installed Marvin Infinity windows in our entire house and LOVE them. Now, we are building a sunroom addition and want to use Infinity casements in there too. Our GC's priced out Marvin Integrity but the distributor said we could use Infinity in new construction also. We would like to use the Infinity casement windows but the Integrity windows are about half the price.

I was under the impression there was not such a big price difference between the two window lines.

Is it true that the Marvin Infintity line is about double the Integrity line?

Thanks!


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RE: Costs for Marvin Infinity vs Integrity Windows

Not usually.

The Integrity is typically a bit less expensive because it is based on more of a stock size program.


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RE: Costs for Marvin Infinity vs Integrity Windows

Windowsonwashington, I was wondering the same thing. I noted another thread where Tedi055 recommended Andersen and Pella sliding glass doors more than Marvin. Everyone's entitled to their opinion, but Tedi gave no reason for his recs, other than to say "for some reason, I like Anderson better", and then providing that link. But since he misspelled Andersen, I don't know how he could be an Andersen dealer. Any comments Tedi?


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