Best Oregon Replacement Windows

Explore our recommendations for the best Oregon replacement windows from top manufacturers and local companies. Oregon is a wet place in the winter and most consumers should go with a vinyl window to reduce the risk of rot that can occur with wood windows over time.

Of course, Oregon residents love their outdoors and often want to integrate the look of real wood into their homes. If so, make sure to use a well respected wood clad window that uses an aluminum or fiberglass exterior, along with a real wood species on the interior. Andersen and Marvin are both well respected companies that make solid wood clad windows. Always get a few price bids to make sure that the cost of the windows is competitive and fair.

Indow Window Inserts

This Portand based company uses compression tubing as the window frame, along with an acrylic glazing for their inserts. The inserts are more flexible than a traditional storm window and can form fit much better inside an existing window frame. Indow sells through local companies that will have to come out and measure your openings using a laser to get exact measurements.

Many older window openings are not perfectly square and so a custom fitting insert is a huge advantage in terms of looks, performance and noise reduction. Their standard insert runs $20 to $35 per square foot for the window itself, plus an additional cost to measure and install the insert (perhaps $25 to $75 per window). This is a much cheaper option than a replacement, but does have some drawbacks.

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Simonton is a national brand that will be available throughout Oregon. Their lower end windows are okay, but their premium Reflections and Impressions Series vinyl windows are a good buy. Consumers can expect to pay anywhere from $300 to $650 for the Impressions series fully installed for a normal sized opening.

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Milgard is known for their vinyl windows, although they also sell aluminum clad wood windows. The company has a good reputation and is available throughout the Western states. Their aluminum windows are well made and not exorbitant in price, perhaps somewhere in the middle. The Milgard Tuscany window is the most popular series they sell and is a very solid choice for a mid range vinyl window.

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Marvin offers both new construction and replacement windows. On the replacement side, they offer a frame-in-frame and sash-only option. They specialize in custom orders through distributors and contractors and offer tons of frames, glass packages, sizes and hardware options to fit a huge range of price points. Their wood frames can be ordered in Douglas fir or pine, with optional upgrades to cherry, mahogany or white oak. The also offer nine casing options, nineteen standard exterior cladding color options. Customers can custom mix interior and exterior frame colors. All of their windwos come with insulated glass as a standard feature, and customers can choose additional energy efficient options such as low-e coatings, reflective coatings and argon gas fills.

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Andersen windows feature solid wood construction with Permashield® vinyl cladding on the exterior. This provides the beauty of wood on the interior with the low maintenance features of vinyl on the exterior. Andersen is at the high end of the pricing scale. Consumers will spend anywhere from $400 to $1200 installed for both professional installation and the windows themselves. Choose from their 100, 200, 400 and Architectural window series.

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