Best Replacement Windows In Wisconsin



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Best Replacement Windows In Wisconsin

Explore the best replacement windows in Wisconsin and find popular and available manufacturers throughout the state.


Wasco Windows

Wasco is headquartered in Wisconsin and has offices Milwaukee, West Allis, Northern Milwaukee, and Appleton. The company sells their windows throughout the states, as well as in many of the surrounding states through a series of dealers and distributorships. The company offers several models and series, including the Legacy, Premium and European style vinyl window series. In general, Wasco windows are considered a decent, middle of the road vinyl window option.

The company uses quality parts and components, including REHAU vinyl mainframes, double strength Cardinal LoE180 glass, heavy duty hardware, argon fills, full aluminum screens and a non metallic SuperSpacer. The company delivers their Premium and European windows up to 200 miles (minimum purchase is required. In terms of the Wasco window warranty, they offer a lifetime warranty on their vinyl windows that includes accidental glass breakage.

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Marvin Windows

Marvin Windows And Doors are headquartered in Warroad, Minnesota, and the company has local dealers throughout the state of Wisconsin. The company manufactures three main window series, including the Integrity, Infinity and Ultimate Windows. The first two are fiberglass windows, while the Ultimate is a wood window with an aluminum exterior cladding. Marvin gets some of the best and most consistent reviews from consumers and industry insiders on the quality and craftsmanship of their windows. This is not to say that there aren't customer complaints out there that have merit. However, any company that makes a million product per year is going to have some small degree of error. All in all, Marvin is a high quality manufacturer that sells relatively expensive windows. They should be available in all 50 states and their website does a good job of lettig consumers find a local rep who services their zip code.

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