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Triple Casement Window Prices

Making the decision to replace thewindows in your home is a big one. It will most likely be one of the largest investments you will make in your home, but it does offer the biggest return on investment.
Before you settle on just any installer it’s important to do your research and ask plenty of questions along the way. Don’t forget to compare estimates and check references before any work is performed.


When preparing to make such a large investment, it can become frustrating to deal with such a large amount of information. Here, we have compiled a simplified list of the estimated costs for triple casement windows from 3 of the most popular manufacturers in the industry:

Window Series and Pricing Table
Manufacturer Series Per Window Per Window Installed
PELLA Designer Series Casement $220 - $445 $255 - $550
PELLA 350 Vinyl Series Casement $205 - $450 $200 - $485
CERTAINTEED Pro Series Casement $415 - $710 $510 - $890
ANDERSEN E Series $700 - $900 $900 - $1,200
ANDERSEN A Series $900 - $1,500 $1,300 - $1,600


Keep in mind that these prices are simply estimates, and your final cost could vary. There are a number of factors that can affect your cost, including current trends in pricing and the region you live in.
Pricing can also vary from contractor to contractor, so it’s advised that you ask for a consultation and estimate from more than one local contractor before you hire someone. This will ultimately help you to
get the best bang for your buck without sacrificing quality and performance. A Triple Casement Window contains three layers of glass and two spacers . This gives twice the airspace filled with Argon or Krypton gas. Triple pane windows can, over time, reduce your heating costs by as much as 3 percent. Other benefits of triple casement windows will include:

  • Higher energy efficiency
  • Better sound reduction
  • Reduced condensation
  • Increased UV protection
  • Higher comfort level
  • Higher U-factor rating


Triple pane windows are typically made with the Low E coatings on the2 panes in the interior of the window. Argon, Krypton, or a mixture of both gases fill the air space between the glass panes for added efficiency. It’s important to keep in mind that without proper installation, you windows will not perform as well, function like they should, or last as long as they were intended to. Be sure to find a reputable and experienced professional for your window installation.