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Marvin Hi Transparency Screen

Posted by lsandler (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 14, 09 at 15:21

I am thinking about using Marvin Infinity windows for replacements. Has anyone seen or used the new hi transparency screen from Marvin? My contractor told me about them but does not have a sample. I wonder if there is a true difference? Also, I would like to know the upcharge for this screen.


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RE: Marvin Hi Transparency Screen

I am ordering the Marvin Integrity and was told that it wasn't available; I hope you are right b/c I would like to have them on my windows.

I have seen Lincoln's "high-viz" screen in a showroom and yes there is a difference; for Lincoln (who has similarly priced standard screens) the cost was almost double to get the better screen but..... double $14 is only $14! So for $28 / window I would like have them put on the few windows that we regularly open and go without screens on the rest.

RE: Marvin Hi Transparency Screen

Thanks, kooshball. They may not be available on the Integrity windows but are on the Infinity windows. I hope they are as reasonable as Lincoln's.

RE: Marvin Hi Transparency Screen

I was quoted around $130 dollars per screen for a 48"x24" Infinity window, which I thought was ridiculous. That is just the cost to upgrade from a normal screen! So if you needed to replace one, what are they, $150-$200?

But that also did include the stainable wood grain material instead of colored plastic borders. If anyone else got a quote for the high-viz screens with the wood grain I would like to know how much other dealers are charging for the privilege.

RE: Marvin Hi Transparency Screen

Does anyone know if the high transparency screen is now available for the integrity windows?

RE: Marvin Hi Transparency Screen

I just talked to an Integrity dealer today - no high transparency screen is offered. However the upgrade to wood veneer on the screens is only $30. I don't understand the games Marvin is playing with the Integrity vs. Infinity options.

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