Eagle Windows Prices

Eagle Windows, also known as the Anderson Architectural E Series, are a premium wood clad window line that offers tons of design options at a premium price point. The windows are custom-made for each consumer based on a number of different selections, options and sizing. The windows are available in a casement, double hung, awning, bay and bow, sliders, as well as in a number of specialty shapes. Eagle Windows are owned by Anderson, who also owns Silver line Windows and American Craftsman.

The E Series are very nice looking wood windows and receive good reviews from most knowledgable contractors and installers. Eagle has a few different model options, including the Axiom and the Talon. The casement and awning are available in either the Axiom or in a simple pushout model. The Talon is the name of their double hung (the HarborMaster Talon is the hurricane window option in this line). In addition to these, Eagle also offers bay and bow windows, sliders and smaller, auxiliary window shapes.

One of the real strong points of Eagle Windows is the huge number of custom options that they offer on their window model. One place were Eagle outshines much of its competition is in the number of exterior frame colors and options. Consumers can choose from over 50 exterior colors or they can even order in a custom color. The company also offers exterior trim colors and seven anodized finishes. On the interior, Eagle offers 11 different interior finishes, as well as custom stains to match the existing wood. Consumers can choose from a number of different wood species including alder, walnut, cherry, maple, oak, hickory, douglas fir and pine.

Eagle also offers a huge array of window hardware finishes, with such options as antique brass, bright chrome, gold, pewter, satin chrome, black, bronze, oil rubbed bronze, polished brass and white. They also offer a number of different glass packages and divided light styles to meet the customer's every need. In addition to these window options, the E series can mix and match any number of these styles to create all sorts of custom shapes and configurations. In terms of patio doors, customers can order the gliding, the hunged in swing or hinged outswing (essentially a French door), as well as transoms and sidelights.

Review By John M. - Site Editor - 2016

Eagle Windows Prices

Eagle windows are not inexpensive, in fact, they are one of the most expensive windows out there. The whole idea behind an Architectural Series is that they are designed for architects who work on high end homes. In general, wood windows will run $60 to $120 per square foot fully installed. Eagle window costs will run $80 to $100 for the windows themselves. Specialty shapes, as well as bay and bow windows will run considerably more depending on the size and installation requirements. Comparable replacement window prices include Loewen Windows Prices and Andersen A Series Cost.

-- Window Itself: $80 to $100 per square foot --





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Eagle Windows Ratings

On the performance side of things, Eagle Windows are about on par with most other wood clad windows such as the Marvin Ultimate. In general, wood windows can't compete with inorganic materials such as fiberglass and vinyl.

Expect a U-factor anywhere from .36 to .28, depending on the model and glass package you select. The VT can range from .58 to .28, again based on the glass, divided light options etc.

Eagle Windows Warranty

Eagle window warranty terms will depend on when you bought your windows. The latest version, which covers products purchased after February 2015, provides a 20 year warranty on most glass, with a 10 year warranty on laminated glass. Interior wood is warranted for 10 years, while exterior wood is warranted for just 5 years from the date of purchase. Hardware is warranted for 10 years and exterior aluminum surfaces carry a 20 year warranty period.

The Eagle warranty is completely transferrable to subsequent owners. There are a number of exclusions and limitations contained in the warranty so we urge buyers to read the warranty that pertains to the time period in which you bought E Series windows to get more specifics.

Eagle Windows Reviews

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