Home Companies Sierra Pacific offers 126 years of combined experience in the window and door business. Since its founding, the company has grown exponentially. Today, their products are installed in more than two dozen countries. Sierra Pacific is a third-generation, family-owned company. The company offers a wide range of wooden window options using woods derived from their 2-million acres of timberland in Washington and California. They have 600 dealers, stores and distributors across the United States. Sierra Pacific Lineup This Old House 2021 Modern Barnhouse uses Sierra Pacific Windows © Chad Holder Whether you’re looking for windows for a new construction, replacement or commercial purposes, Sierra Pacific has a wide range of types and materials to choose from. As far as materials go, Sierra Pacific offers the following options: Aluminum Clad Wood WindowsSierra Pacific H3 WindowsSierra Pacific Vinyl WindowsAll-Wood Windows All of these materials are available in each of the company’s series of windows, which include: The Aspen Collection Sierra Pacific’s Aspen Collection offers superior structural performance and greater resistance to air and water. This is our focus for energy-efficiency and thermal regulation. Standout features of this collection include: Hidden locking system for cleaner interior linesExclusive lock adjustment for easier operation of larger windowsDurable hardware that allows for larger operable sizesA variety of design options to choose from75 clad colors and nine select woods The Sedona Collection Sierra Pacific’s Sedona windows feature an interior wooden screen and sand-cast bronze hardware. Standout features of this window collection include: 75 finishes to choose from with a variety of textures and virtually unlimited colors52-degree or 90-degree hinge choices for easy cleaning and better ventilationSingle handle lock system with multiple lock pointsFrench or radius top optionsLow maintenance exterior Standard Collection The standard windows from Sierra Pacific are anything but ordinary. These windows offer the following: Nine interior woods to choose fromEncore folding handle with 11 finishing optionsDual-arm operator opens 90 degrees for easy maintenanceWood is protected by CoreGuard Plus Urban Collection Windows in the Urban collection complement contemporary architecture and offer the following features: 9 wood species to choose fromSash opens 90 degrees for better ventilation and easy cleaningRadius topSash locks on the side jambWood protected by CoreGuard Plus H3 Collection The H3 windows from Sierra Pacific feature a wooden interior, a strong vinyl base and advanced technology. Features include: Wooden interior0.078” vinyl base0.055” aluminum claddingRigid nailing fin for better structural integrity, simple installation and improved water barrierFour brickmould frame optionsPowder coat finishWood protected by CoreGuard Plus 8000 Series The 8000 series is only available in vinyl, but offers the following features: 3/4″ insulating glass3-1/4″ multi-chamber mainframeWelded sash and frameIntercept spacerSloped sillHalf screenNFRC certifiedFin-Seal weather-strippingIntegral J-channel14 exterior colors to choose from 8500 Series The 8500 Series is very similar to the 8000 series and is also only available in vinyl. These windows have the following features: 2-1/4″ multi-chamber mainframe3/4″ insulating glassIntercept spacerWelded sash and frameSpiral balance systemNFRC certifiedFin-Seal weather-strippingIntegral 2-3/4″ Stucco Flange option for the frame14 exterior colors to choose from Sierra Pacific Options Sierra Pacific offers a variety of options to ensure that your new windows meet your needs and budget. Glass, grille and screen options allow you to truly customize your windows to match your home. Performance and Decorative Glass Sierra Pacific offers some of the most advanced glazing options available in the industry, including: Double or triple low-E coatingsDual and triple pane options Most of their windows have No-Metal TrueWarm Edge polymer foam spacers for a superior seal and better thermal efficiency. A variety of decorative glass options are also available, including: Glue ChipDelta FrostNarrow ReedObscureRain GlassSatin EtchBeveled GlassGray TintBronze TintGreen Tint Screens Buyers have the option of choosing an optional FlexScreen with their windows. Featured on Shark Tank, FlexScreen is made with flexible spring steel and fits nicely into the screen track. FlexScreens do not have hardware or screen frames. They are easy to install and remove. Along with FlexScreens, buyers also have the option of choosing UltraVue screens, which offer greater visibility. These screens are woven from small yarns that allow in more light and air while give you a better view of the outdoors. Grilles Sierra Pacific offers a wide range of grille options, including: Traditional: 5/8,” 7/8,” 1,” 1-1/4,” and 2”Contemporary: 5/8,” 7/8,” 1,” 1-1/4,” and 2”Putty: 5/8,” 7/8,” and 1” How Much do Sierra Pacific Windows Cost? How much can you expect to spend on your new windows? That depends on the window type, material, size and options you choose. But as a ballpark estimate, you can expect to spend between $400 and $800 per window. The best way to figure out the cost is to contact a dealer or head to a showroom. The company has hundreds of dealers across the country, so there’s sure to be one near you. Sierra Pacific Windows Warranty When choosing windows for your home, the warranty is an important thing to consider. Sierra Pacific stands behind their products and offers the following warranties: 30-year residential AAMA 2605 clad exterior coating20/10-year commercial AAMA 2605 clad exterior coating10-year AAMA 2604 clad exterior coating20-year insulated glass10-year parts2-year labor Sierra Windows offer exemplary craftsmanship and a wide range of options to ensure that your new windows blend seamlessly into your home. To get started, visit SierraPacificWindows.com.