I have install a couple in my house, (2 years ago) which I bought from
They have worked perfectly for me and I am very happy with them.
The quality control seemed rather poor and, in order to get 2 good
windows, I had to reject 2 others that they sent which had defects.
However, the exchange process was friendly and I plan to buy more from
Hope this helps.
What do you mean by "good"? Does that mean cheap? If so, yes, they
When I moved into this house 20 years ago it had old, steel frame,
casement windows that wouldn't even close all the way. I shot-gunned
the place with 13 cheap vinyl replacement windows. The heating expense
dropped to 2/3 of what it was the first year. As time and money allow,
I'm going around replace those with Andersen windows which are much
One thing to worry about is how much of your view the vinyl windows cut
off because the frame is 4" on all sides. But replacement windows are
easy to slide in. Using new windows (all that Andersen makes), means
chopping the siding and making new trim.
I upgraded 3 sliding french doors and some windows about a year ago with
vinyl windows from Milgard. They look great and are supposed to last a
lifetime. We replaced our wood doors and windows with vinyl and I am so
glad I did. While wood cracks and requires maintenance, vinyl never really
does. Get some quotes from preferred glass shops in your area, in my
opinion vinyl is a great way to go.
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