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Tuscany vs. StyleLine Vinyl Windows
While Milgard Tuscany and StyleLine windows are made of the same materials and carry the exact same warranty, there are still some significant differences between them. In the images below, you can see some of the visual differences.
Tuscany
Classic
Styline
Styline
Probably the most obvious difference between the 2 windows is the sight line of the sashes. In the Tuscany they are even and in the StyleLine they are staggered.
Tuscany
Classic
Styline
Styline
Another big difference is that the Tuscany window has a heavier construction and components are thicker and wider. The Tuscany window also has greater depth at 3-1/4" thick while the StyleLine window is only 2 1/2" thick. The Z Bar (shown below) is slightly wider on the Tuscany as well and it also has a beveled surface that makes it look more like a wood frame.
Tuscany
Classic
Styline
Styline
At the bottom of the window there are holes that allow water to vent out of the window. These are called weep holes and they are designed differently in the 2 windows. The Tuscany window has a baffled weep hole that looks cleaner and prevents water from being blown into the frame. The StyleLine window just has openings that let the water drain out and are clearly visible from several feet away.
Tuscany
Classic
Styline
Styline
A difference more difficult to see is that the distance between the 2 panes of glass is 3/4" on the Tuscany window and only 1/2" on the StyleLine. This is important because the greater the distance, the better the insulating properties of the window.

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