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Read American Weathertechs Windows Reviews from consumers and industry experts alike on this Ohio based company. American Weathertechs sells both the Preservation series, as well as Vinylmax windows.

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American Weathertechs vs. Pella 350

I've read through your site extensively. The only other leads I had -- which I didn't pursue to the bid level -- are Pella 250 or 350 through a Lowe's rep and American Weathertechs (Preservation brand and they told me over the phone their middle grade is called Reserve?). At the time, neither seemed as attractive as the three options I shared with you, but I'm thinking I might pursue American Weathertechs again unless you steer me away from Preservation compared to Alside Mezzo and EnergyWeld.

Amy - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

I'm not a big fan of the Pella vinyl windows. Preservation is a decent window, but it tends to be expensive. American Weathertechs looks to also sell Vinylmax, whose Edison vinyl window is pretty darn good, especially with the foam filled frame upgrade. The reviews on American Weathertech look pretty darn solid from the very little research I did on them. Definitely worth a look.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018

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