5500 Single-Hung Window

Whether you are looking for replacement windows or new construction windows, Pro5000 series windows deliver energy efficiency and aesthetic appeal for either application. Installing windows in new construction projects can be a challenge, but this top-selling vinyl window is easy to install. The Professional 5500 vinyl single-hung is a contractor-friendly window that combines thermal performance and long-term durability with narrow sight lines and modern aesthetics.

As a replacement window, the Pro5500 single-hung window is a cost-effective and energy-efficient choice that will enhance the value and performance of your home. The welded vinyl, multi-chambered mainframe and sash are designed to create dead-air space within the window that serves to insulate each individual stile, making the 5500 the perfect solution for any new home construction or remodeling and replacement project.

Energy Star ®


  • North-Central
  • South-Central
  • Southern
  • Warm-edge spacer system maximizes energy efficiency and improves seal performance of insulated glass units
  • Welded, multi-chambered frame and sash for superior strength and energy-efficiency
  • Interlock at meeting rail provides a tighter seal and helps reduce air infiltration
  • Metal reinforcements at meeting rail and latch deliver strength and durability
Product Details:
  • Multi-chamber mainframe design
  • 2-3/4" frame depth
  • 3/4" insulating glass
  • 5 frame styles     
    • 1-3/4" flush fin, 2-1/4" contoured flush fin, 1" mounting fin setback,
      1-3/8" mounting fin setback, finless
Performance Ratings:
  • STC:26-34
  • U-Value: 0.28-0.36
  • SHGC: 0.14-0.31
  • VLT: 0.28-0.58
Glass Options:
  • Tempered
  • Obscure
  • Argon Gas Enhancement
  • Low-E
  • LoE-340
  • LoE-366

Interior Colors

  • White and adobe extrusion

 Exterior Colors

  • White and adobe extrusion
Grid Options:
  • 5/8” flat grids-between-the-glass
  • 15/16” sculptured grids-between-the-glass
  • Color match

*Product availability varies by state and region. 
Consult your local building code for product approvals pertaining to your specific project.  Please contact MI for assistance.