Anlin Windows Prices & Costs

Anlin windows prices vary from $450 installed when looking at the Monte Verde Series to $750 installed if you’re looking at double hung windows in the Del Mar Series. The company produces middle range vinyl windows and the prices are comparable to Milgard, but lower than say a Amerimax. The company offers a twenty year warranty on parts and ten years on labor without any screen or breakage provisions.

Questions about pricing? Email our site editor, Brad, and get real answers from unbiased window experts.

Monte Verde Series

The Monte Verde Series is the entry level window they offer in vinyl. They are available as a slider or single hung only and many believe that that they have a slimmer frame and more features than the Milgard Tuscany.

Target Price – $450 installed

Catalina Series

The Catalina series from Anlin is an improvement on the Monte Verde range, but they are also only available as a single hung or slider window. These windows include double strength glass, super spacer and ventilation latch. There are not many color options available, but this is how Anlin manage to keep their prices affordable. These windows can be compared to the PlyGem Premium or the Soft Lite Classic series. You can find out more on the PlyGem windows prices page.

Target Price – $550 installed


Del Mar Series

The best way to describe the Del Mar series is that it is a Catalina frame except it has a brick molded look. These windows come with double strength glass, super spacer, ventilation latch, even sightlines and a frame with 2.75″ depth and 0.080 extrusion. They are more expensive than the Catalina and are compared against the Standard Sunrise windows.

Target Price – $650 installed

Coronado Series

This is the high end window series offered by Anlin which are available as a double slider or double hung. These windows have reinforced meeting rails, dual weather stripping and a pocket sill. They also come with a ventilation latch, super spacer, double strength glass and even sightlines. The frame is a 3.25″ depth with a 0.080 extrusion. Many feel that the pocket sill is poorly designed enabling water to seep into the frame and clog the holes. The Coronado range is compared to the Okna 500 Insul tech series and you can find out more on the Okna windows prices page.

Target Price – $650 installed

Anlin Windows Prices From Past Customers

Anlin Del Mar Series Price Quote

Hi Tim and Dane, I bought a home with a stucco exterior this summer in Phoenix, AZ and even with the air conditioning on it felt like I was sitting a convertible when it was 120 degree out. Come to find out the windows the builder put in 20 years ago are cheap aluminum windows that are dual pane, but offer no energy efficiency and the manufacturer went bankrupt due to a class action lawsuit.

Anyway, been doing a lot of window research for the Phoenix climate and the Anlin Del Mar seems to be the right tool for the job. (I love everything about this window.) As I understand it, there are two AAMA approved methods for installing windows: the retrofit and the new construction. I’ve seen examples in my neighborhood of the retrofit and I don’t like that you have to compromise window size for cheaper labor because it requires an undersized window be installed inside the existing frame, especially when four out of the nine windows I’m considering replacing are picture windows that are only 16 inches high. (Will they be 14 inches high after the retrofit? Doesn’t seem to make sense.)

What’s your opinion on the retrofit versus the new construction? What would you expect to pay per window for each method? Also, my project includes 9 windows and 8′ patio door – does $14K seem high. (That would be with the retrofit method.) Are you able tell without actual dimensions? That’s for 4 picture windows, 2 single hung windows, 2 single sliders, 1 end vent slider and a Malibu sliding/fixed door.

Much appreciated, thank you.

Darren – Homeowner – from 2020

[Site Editor’s Answer]

Darren, hi, thanks for the question. So first off, yes that bid seems high. With COVID, the supply issues, and the demands for home renovation, the bids have been crazy lately. An Anlin retrofit window I would put at $600 to $700 max, unless work has to be done to the frame once the old window is removed. For new construction, I would put it at $1000 a window, again unless some significant work had to be done. I would get the breakdown for the patio door and figure out what the bid is for windows and the door.

The problem with Phoenix is that your choices are limited. Anlin is probably the best brand in that area. Maybe get a quote on the Milgard Tuscany and bring it back to the Anlin dealer and ask him to match it. Amerimax may have a dealer in that area and they make a quality vinyl window.

That’s probably where I would start on this…

As to your question about retrofit and new construction…pros and cons to each. Yes you lose glass with retrofit. New construction on stucco means a six inch surrounds comes off the header and sides for each window. Then the stucco patchwork has to be done and the stucco has to be painted. This last step is the tricky one because matching the stucco color is tough given the color fade over the years.

I almost think with stucco you have to get all new windows and then paint your house 🙁

Tim – Site Editor – from 2020

Anlin Windows Cost Question

Hi Brad, I want to replace two windows in my Airbnb. I’ve attached the specs on the quote for Anlin windows (fixed panel in the middle, slider on each side). The total cost is $2,349.98 including sales tax, installation and haul away. Based on your website, it would appear that this should be closer to $400-$700 installed per window (but maybe I’m missing something). Can you advise? Two windows XOX set up…

Kathy – Homeowner – from 2021

[Site Editor’s Answer]

Kathy, not for an XOX of that size. A normal slider XO would be in that $600 to $700 range for Anlin. That price quote is actually about what I would expect. You could always get a bid from Milgard on their Trinsic model to see how the bids compare…this would give you a comparison that might give you piece of mind about the Anlin bid.

Brad – Site Editor – from 2021

Horizontal Sliders, 1 Patio Door
Dimensions: 72″W x 48″H (10), 96″W x 60″H (1), 36″W x 36″H (1), 72″H Patio Door.
Price: $8,100 total
Included product and install.
Location: Los Angeles, Ca.
Project bids from 2009.

11 DH Vinyls, 2 Picture Windows, 1 French Door
Dimensions: Standard DH, somewhat large picture windows
Cost: $11,800 total
Included cost of installation from local contractor.
Location: N/A
Project installed in 2008.

3 Catalina Windows, 1 Malibu Door (dual paned, low-e, no gas or grids)
Dimensions: 2 Horizontal Sliders (47″W x 59″H), 1 Double Slider (95″W x 48″H), 1 Patio Sliding Door (96″W x 79″H)
Price: $6375
Included prodict and cost of installation
Location: Southern California
Project bids from 2008.

Catalina Windows Series (with grids)
24 DHs, 1 Slider
Cost: $940 per window
Dimensions: N/A
Price included windows, tax and installation
Location: Southern California
Windows installed in 2008.

Anlin DHs, Pictures And Patio Doors
60″W x 40″H (4), 55″W x 35″H (1), 95″W x 50″H (1), 30″W x 32″H (1), 70″W x 80″H (2 patio door) (All have grids, low-e2 and argon)
Cost: $7600 total
Includes product and installation.
Location: Northern CA
Project bid from 2008.

Vinyl Windows & Patio Doors (Low-E glass, argon gas fills)
Dimensions: 3 Windows – 46″W x 42″H, 70″W x 34″H, 70″W x 34″H, 2 Doors – 71″W x 80″H (2)
Price: $5000
Included product and installation.
Location: San Jose, CA.
Project bids from 2006.

9 DH, 3 Transoms, 2 Small Picture Windows
Dimensions: DH- 46″W x 46″H
Price: $8500
Included product and installation.
Location: Sounthern California
Project completed in 2006.