This Window World Window Price Guide includes pricing, installation costs, window types and options and additional information for researching this window brand.
Window World windows are vinyl replacement windows only, in comparison to other brands who made fibreglass and wood windows as well.
Top Rated Windows: Consumer information research company J.D. Power gave Window World windows top rating in 2018. J.D. Power said, “Window World ranks highest in customer satisfaction among window and patio door retailers and performs particularly well in price.”
The brand ranked ahead of Renewal by Andersen in second spot and Pella, the third-highest rated brand. Down the list were Marvin, standard Andersen windows, Milgard, Simonton, Jeld-Wen and all other brands.
Window World windows are sold through franchises throughout the country, though not every major city has a franchise. There is a store locator on the Window World Windows site.
The company sells the whole package – windows plus installation.
Cost: So, how much are Window World windows? Prices start below $200 for small picture windows and top out over $1,200 for the largest casement windows.
For the most popular window types and sizes, expect to pay $315 to $565 installed per window.
The company’s bay and bow assemblies are available in several sizes and configurations. Because they contain multiple windows, prices are significantly higher.
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Window World Windows
There are two important points to be aware of when considering Window World windows. The only option is vinyl replacement windows:
Vinyl Only – Vinyl windows are the most popular and affordable. They offer excellent value – good performance and durability for the money spent. Window World windows are backed by a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects.
Replacement Only – Window World does not make windows for new construction, per se. However, replacement windows can be used in new construction. The opposite is not true – new construction windows cannot be used in simple window replacement. The outside sheathing of the house must be free of siding to install new construction windows, since they are nailed to the sheathing.
Window World Window Prices 2019/2020
Window World makes a decent selection of window types, but a limited number of styles and series.
Window World prices vary slightly from place to place due to differences in the cost of living. For example, the cost of living is lower in rural Butler, PA than it is in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, so the franchise in Texas has higher prices than the franchise in Pennsylvania.
Below is a table with itemized Window World window prices. However, as noted earlier, Window World sells its windows as a package.
- They are available only from a Window World window and door franchise
- Customers buy the windows and installation in a package. Window World won’t sell you the windows for DIY installation. At least they are not supposed to, but there might be exceptions from franchise to franchise.
This table uses pricing from the most popular window sizes.
Window World Window Prices by Type
|Double-Hung||Unit Price (1)||Installed|
|2000 Series||$150 – $315||$215 – $470|
|4000 Series||$190 – $360||$260 – $490|
|6000 Series||$235 – $430||$335 – $575|
|Sliding (2)||$195 – $370||$275 – $515|
|Casement (2)||$285 – $560||$410 – $700|
|Awning (2)||$270 – $540||$395 – $640|
|Picture/Shapes/Fixed||$125 – $400|
|Garden||$595 – $1,100||$775 – $1,400|
|Bay/Bow||$580 – $1,240||$700 – $1,550|
(1) Window World windows are not sold separately. They are sold as a package with installation. We’ve broken it down for informational purposes.
(2) These windows are offered in the 4000 Series only
More Information on Window World Lines
These highly rated windows are available in 3 double-hung series: 2000 ($), 4000 ($-$$) and 6000 ($$-$$$).
However, casement, awning and sliding types are only offered in the 4000 Series of mid-range windows. It is the most popular series because it gives customers the opportunity to choose multiple window types for their homes.
Here’s an overview chart. Details follow.
|Series (1)||Types (2)|
|4000 Series||D, C, A, SL,|
(1) You might find other Series mentioned when researching online. However, these are the only current Series being sold and installed.
(2) Types: D=Double-hung, C=Casement, SL=Sliding, A=Awning, P=Picture, B=Bay/Bow
Window World Windows – The Details
There are three series. All have double-hung windows. Only the mid-range series includes other types.
Window World 2000 Series Replacement Windows
These vinyl windows are double-hung windows with basic good looks.
Types: Picture windows and architectural shaped fixed windows are also available.
Style: White and Almond frames are available. The windows are designed with clean lines that allow maximum light to enter.
Cost: These are entry-level windows with very competitive pricing.
Insulated and non-insulated options are available. Upgrading to an insulated frame costs $40-$70 per window. The upgrade is recommended for warm and cold climates. Since windows are the single largest cause of winter heat loss and summer heat gain, the insulation will pay for itself over time.
Options: In addition to standard low-E double-pane windows, Window World offers two Energy Star glazing packages. SolarZone is designed for Northern climates. It allows sunlight to warm the home while limiting heat loss from inside the house to the outside.
SolarZone Elite is designed for any zone. The double-pane glass has a high-performance Low-E coating on the inside of the second pane to reduce heat penetration.
Both windows feature argon gas between the panes, which are ¾” apart. This provides an excellent air gap for insulation.
Window World 4000 Series Windows
These mid-level vinyl windows are the most popular and give you the most options.
Types: Window World makes this series in double-hung, casement, awning, sliding and picture/shape windows.
Style: There’s plenty of flexibility in putting together a stylish package of windows. Standard interiors are white or almond. Optional genuine woodgrain is offered in three shades from light Natural Oak to dark Colonial Cherry. Bare pine that can be stained or painted is also available.
Exteriors are white or bronze.
Cost: These are midrange in cost. See the tables above.
Options: The same glass options are available as in the 2000 Series – SolarZone and SolarZone Elite.
Window World has three grid types – simulated divided light and two genuine divided light options with grids between windowpanes. There are four grid styles including Colonial and 6-lite perimeter grids.
Window World 6000 Series Windows
Window World uses its best vinyl frame for 6000 Series windows. The insulated frame has an R-5 insulating value.
Type: These are double-hung vinyl windows.
Style: Beefy frames give the window substance. The solid-vinyl, multi-chambered frames filled with foam improve insulation.
Cost: This is Window World’s premium window. As such, cost is the highest among the series.
Options: The Window World 6000 Series windows have the same interior and exterior color choices as the 4000 Series windows.
Triple-pane glass is available on this series. Window World calls it the SolarZone TG2 Elite package. It meets Energy Star certification in all zones. Both air gaps are filled with argon gas, and low-E coatings are used on the interior and exterior panes.
Simulated divided-light interior grids and genuine divided-light grids between windowpanes are offered. You have a choice of four grid styles.
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|Location||No||Type||Series||Installed?||Amount||Average Per Window|
|23||Double Hung Vinyl Replacement||4000 Series||Yes||$4025||$175|
|Evansville, IN||25||Vinyl Replacement||Unknown||No||$4,300||$172|
|Evansville, IN||25||Vinyl Replacement||Unknown||Yes||$8,600||$344|
|Decatur, IL||23||Vinyl Replacement||Unknown||Yes||$7,429||$323|