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Marvin Integrity all Ultrex vs Marvin Infinity

Posted by gwenrick (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 11, 13 at 20:58

What is the difference between marvin integrity (all ultrex ) and infinity?

This post was edited by gwenrick on Sun, Aug 11, 13 at 20:59


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RE: Marvin Integrity all Ultrex vs Marvin Infinity

In my opinion, the Marvin Integrity that is all ultrex in and out is just plain ugly and cheap looking. The Infinity is a much nicer looking window.
I also remember a Marvin rep telling me a few years back that Infinity utilized a thicker guage fiberglass and it was built better.
The jamb on the integrity is very narrow and not 3 1/4 like most replacement windows. I do not like the Integrity ultrex at all.


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RE: Marvin Integrity all Ultrex vs Marvin Infinity

+1

Integrity is not particularly pretty in the all Ultrex variant.

Infinity is aimed at the replacement market.


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RE: Marvin Integrity all Ultrex vs Marvin Infinity

I just saw the integrity and it was ugly and cheap looking.


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