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Read 11Atrium windows reviews from contractors, consumers and professional installers on their numerous window models, series and brands. Find Atrium window prices for additional information.


Atrium Windows Reviews

Atrium makes a solid window. They are sturdy and don't fall apart or get drafty after a year or so like the cheap ones do. I think they're better than Silverlines and most others.

Bill - Contractor - from 2011

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Atrium Window Complaint

I bought 10 Atrium windows at Lowes. The installation cost seemed high, but I thought the windows performed well. However, less than a month later, we were having problems and couldn't get any help or answers from either Lowes or Atrium. When we finally got an Atrium rep to come look at them, he said it was an installation problem. Lowes finally sent a guy out and he said we had a humidity issue. We have mold growing around the windows and tons of condensation and when the wind blows you can see the blinds move. That isn't humidity! After four months, no one will fix it and they just keep blaming each other. I don't recommend Atrium at all nor would I buy anything from Lowes.

Emily B - Homeowner - from 2011


Atrium Weatherlok Windows

Does anyone have any info on Weatherlok windows?

John - Homeowner - 2011

[Contractor Response]

John, Weatherlok is actually made by Atrium but rebadged and sold as Weatherlok window. Atrium does this for a numerous of different window lines. One of their main manufacturing plants is in North Carolina. They may also have one in the Dallas area, but I'm not sure. As to the quality of the window, I couldn't say. Atrium get so so reviews.

Steve - Contractor - 2011


Different Levels Of Windows

Atrium has several levels of windows. The builder grade is the cheapest, the mid grade is sold in hardware and home improvement stores, and the premium windows usually have to come through a dealer. Their premium grade windows are great, especially the 890 patio doors and 2000 Series windows. You see some complaints on forums, but that is usually for the 200 series, which isn't a great window. Their premium line rarely gets complaints, and I've been selling them for over four years. I sell others - Kolbe, Andersen, Milgard - and I think the Atrium gets you the most bang for your buck. Their lower end windows are awful, but all lower end windows are. A premium window is going to last longer, look better, and have fewer problems.

Barry - Window Dealer in Washington State - from 2010

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Replacements In Riverside

I'm considering replacement windows for my home in Southern Cal. I have to stick to a budget but I need something that will hold up and be pleasant to live with, I've heard plenty of stories about bad windows since I started looking. I heard Atrium was good, then I saw some bad reviews. Same with Madison and Alpine. I can't spend a bundle but I want a decent quality. Can someone direct me to some site that rates or compares windows?

Rose - Homeowner - from 2010

[Contractor Response]

Atrium is a good product, not a premium window but better than average. They are better than the others you mentioned, certainly. I'd also look at Superior or GreenWorld, good price with a great warranty. I don't know of somewhere you can compare a bunch of ratings.

Jeff - Contractor - from 2010


Atrium vs American Craftsman

I don't really like Jeld-Wen in general or the American Craftsman 8500. Both of those just aren't that high in quality. If you want a Home Depot American Craftsman window, you can try the 9500, it's a little better than the 8500. If Atrium is available, they are pretty decent. The Atrium 3000 is okay and the warranty is strong and comes with a provision for glass breakage. Simonton is good, too, but they can be expensive.

Tucker - Builder - from 2009


Polybau, LBL Or Atrium

Atrium makes good windows, but there are others that are just as good and a lot cheaper. Polybau and LBL make good windows which are a lot cheaper than Atrium. You're replacement windows cost are going to be artificially high based on the brand as opposed to the quality.

David - Installer - from 2008


A Satisfied Customer

I don't understand these people who don't like Atrium windows. They are the best ones out there. They are worth the price, they look good forever and after 6 years we haven't had any problems at all. They still glide smoothly and aren't drafty at all. My friend purchased Milgards not long after we got our windows and they are losing their color already. The price is higher than a lot of other windows, but you'll save money over the years because they last a long time and don't have the problems that other brands do.

Alex - Homeowner in California - from 2008


Mediocre Product

There are hundreds of mid-grade windows that came out when the Low-E argon filled vinyl craze hit. Like all the others, they are a mediocre window at a premium price. There are better options available, but if that's what you want, then shop around. With hundreds to choose from and thousands of installers looking for work, you can always get a better deal.

Larry - Installer - from 2008











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