Great Lakes Window Prices
Great Lakes window prices run from $400 to $850 installed. The company is generally thought to produce a high quality vinyl window in the mid to upper mid vinyl window price range. They are a regional manufacturer (owned by Ply Gem) that sells primarily 4 lines of windows, predominantly in the Northeast area.
Great Lakes Window Prices (Windows Only)
Entry Level: $275 to $350
Entry Level begin at $275 for the window itself and top out around $350. This will be for their UniFrame model, which is a strong, energy efficient window that is offered as a double hung, casement, bay or bow, slider or garden window. Entry products will usually include a base glass package, limited number of frame colors and finishes and the basic hardware package.
Mid Range: $350 to $475
Mid range Great Lakes window prices begin at $350 and top out around $475. Their mid range product line is called the Lifestyles that offers lots of options for grids, glass package and frame colors. The company does a good job matching interior and exterior colors on their frames with the customer's homes. The hardware on the casement, double hung etc will also be more diverse than their lower end product.
High End: $475 to $600
High end Great Lakes window prices begin at $475 for the window itself and top out around $600. Their Premium product is the Seabrooke which has good energy efficient performance numbers. Expect a top of the line glass package and tons of color and finish options at this price point, along with high quality hardware options.
Installation: $75 to $175
Consumers can expect installation to run anywhere from $75 to $175 for replacements, although complex projects can run as high as $300 per opening for stops, sills and wrapping the window. As a rule of thumb, homeowners should avoid the low end of this price range because you usually get what you pay for - aim for about $150 per window for standard window installation.
Project Total Pricing
Entry Level: $350 to $500
Homeowners can still pay as much as $500 installed and be on the lower end of the price range, although you could expect some high quality single, double hungs and sliders at this price point.
Mid Range: $500 to $700
Mid range prices range from $500 to $700 installed and will be good quality product and installation. These projects may have some more complex combinations of windows involved such as a bay or a garden window that elevates that per window price.
High End: $700 to $850
High end projects range from $700 to $850 installed and will probably have a bay or a bow window, along with some more complex sizing combinations of windows -- all top of the line from Great Lakes.
Pricing From Past Customers
22 Seabrook Double Hungs
9 Uniframes Sliders
24 Uniframe Casements
13 Lifestyle Double Hungs, 1 Bay
8 Uniform Casement