Milgard Styleline Windows Reviews
Explore Milgard Styleline windows reviews, costs, ratings and warranty information on their entry level vinyl replacement window. It features a slim profile frame that allows for more viewing area, but will suffer a bit in terms of its energy efficiency ratings. This entry level vinyl window has a simple, modern look to it and even sightlines. It has a thinner frame than the Montecito Series and will therefore be a bit less energy efficient than either the Montecito or the Tuscany. The Styleline lacks some features that come standard on the Montecito and the Tuscany.
The Milgard Styleline series has uneven sidelines, and a somewhat modern and simple look to it. The window uses an elevated lock and does not include a weep hole cover or vent locks. Consumers can choose from 7 exterior vinyl finishes, 3 grid options, 4 window tints, and a number of obscure window designs.
The Milgard Styleline can be ordered as an awning a casement a horizontal slider, picture window, radius, single hung and as a single hung tilt window.
Review By John M. - Site Editor - 2015
Milgard Styleline Cost
Milgard Styleline window prices should run $30 to $40 per square foot for the window itself. There are a number of upgrades and options that consumers can choose that will determine which price range they pay, including the glass package, the hardware options, the size of the window and the type of installation required. You Styleline series should run approximately 10% to 15% less than the Milgard Tuscany window.
-- Window Itself: $30 to $50 per square foot --
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