Anlin Coronado Windows Reviews
The Anlin Coronado window is the premium model that the company offers to consumers through their dealer network.
The windows are available as a casement, double hung, double slider, awning, bay and bow window, or in a number of geometrical shapes and options.
The Coronado has a frame depth of 3 1/4" and an extrusion thickness of .080". In addition, the window uses a double strength glass, has equal sightlines, a single vent latch, silver coated glass and a Platinum Elite spacer system. This model also includes a flush title latch and an extra vent latch.
This premium series includes a host of additional ordering options that includes fourteen frame color options, two window glass packages, two casing styles, five hardware materials and 3 grid patterns.
Review By Jim R. - Site Editor
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Anlin Coronado Ratings
With the standard low-e glass and argon fills, consumers can expect .32 U-factor, .21 SHGC, .44 visible transmittance and 55 condensation resistance.
The upgraded InfinitiPlus window glass with the argon fills in the double hung will have a .21 SHGC and .28 U-factor, .44 visible transmittance and 58 condensation resistance.
All in all, these are decent performance ratings.
Anlin Coronado vs Milgard Tuscany Windows
April 27, 2016
Milgard Tuscany or Anlin Coronado? I'm stuck between which one, any advice? Looking at vinyl double hung frames.
Editor John M.
April 27, 2016
Dave, the Milgard Tuscany and Anlin Coronado are pretty similar in terms of performance, although I'd probably give the nod to the Coronado series for the number of features and options it offers. If those were my choices (and I like both of these windows), I might pivot from the windows to the installer/company who is doing the work. How do they compare? Reputation? Referrals? Price? Scheduling? Gut feeling?
I think this would be my deciding factor over these two similar windows. Let me know what you go with and what you end up paying so I can share the info with other consumers who may be considering these two quality options.