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Comfort World Windows

I purchased a house with comfort world windows in it and the gas is gone in 6 windows what can I do about that. The date on the windows r showing 2015

Brad - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Brad, Comfort World windows are made by AMI for Window World. So the best thing to do is call up your local Window World dealer and see if you can get them to service the window. It helps to be a bit cagey in situations like these. Call them up and ask them if they sell Comfort Windows, as if you are a consumer. Then ask about the warranty and whether it covers gas leakage and for how long. Ask whether the warranty covers another homeowner or just the original homeowner. If they give you the answers you want, you’re probably in business at that point!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020


Comfort Windows Price Bid

Tim, I have 7 large picture windows that need to be replaced due to broken seals. The original homeowner used double-paned tempered glass, but they are unframed. Each is 75 inches tall and 33 inches wide. I have gotten estimates from $6500 (Comfort Windows) all the way to $22,000 (Anderson), and everything in between. These are for framed windows.

I have a few questions:

Whose picture windows do you recommend? I'm in Buffalo New York.

Can I trust the Comfort Windows? They say they make their own in a Syracuse, NY plant.

Each company I've talked to says I'll lose about 2 1/2" to 3 " of window on each side when I go to a framed type. That's discouraging since it drastically changes the amount I'll see the outside.Do you know of anyone who makes a framed window that size with a reliable, but narrower frame? They're common in Europe, but I haven't been able to target one here.

Do you think it's a mistake to instead just redo what the original owner did and go for frameless double-paned tempered glass? I know that reduces stability and warmth and increases the chances of broken seals.

Just got an estimate for Marvin Infinity Windows. 15K for the seven windows. Ouch!!!!!

Thanks!!!!!

Laurie - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

It looks like Comfort Windows gets good reviews, but their windows look pretty budget. (This is a completely surface judgement because I don't know them.)

The Andersen sounds really expensive. I'm thinking this is Renewal By Andersen, which is often over priced in my opinion.

In general, I recommend Okna, Sunrise, Soft-Lite, Polaris, Kensington, Vytex, Vinylmax, and Simonton. For the last three companies, I recommend their premium series only, while the first four have very good mid range and premium series.

This is a good place to start.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019


Comfort Window and Doors vs. Champion Windows

I live in Clifton Park, NY and I can’t seem to find either of the window companies you talk about (Okna or Soft-Lite) in my area. There’s the usual Andersen and Pella distributors and a local company - Comfort Windows and Doors and Champion Windows. I am interested in whole window replacement (25 windows) because I do not want to give up glass area and I think it will give better overall insulation. Any suggestions?

Marci - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Marci, try googling "Clifton Park, NY sunrise windows" for instance. I came up with a company that carries the Sunrise Restoration — since I don't know the area, I'm not sure if they cover your zip code or not. They should, however, have some good information on who does service your area if you call them. You can also call up the window companies I mentioned and ask if they have any reps or dealers that may be willing to give you a bid. Sometimes you have to fill out one of their online forms but try calling first. I'll bet they have a dealer who would come give you a bid.

In addition to Okna and Soft-Lite, try Sunrise, Zen, HiMark, Polaris, ProVia, and Vytex windows. Two or more of these companies has local dealers in your zip code I'm sure. Stick with their mid range to premium vinyl window series.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017


Comfort World 6000 vs 4000

I have been quotes on the Alside Sheffield, which is the ComfortWorld 6000 and the Alside Excalibur, which is the ComfortWorld 4000, but am torn on which one to go with. I can only see a small difference in the frames between the two, which is really making my final decision really difficult and I could do with some advice on which is the better option. Bear in mind I am in Kansas City and we have heavy winds here with dramatic weather changes, so this needs to be taken into consideration.

Kyle- Homeowner - from 2013

[Contractor Response]

If your only choices are those from Window World, then I'd recommend the 6000 series. Bear in mind that the installation of the window plays a very important role in the overall performance. If the installer is working for Window World and is included in the price, make sure you are completely happy with the installation and that the job has been completed to the highest standard, as most of these installers are paid poorly by the manufacturer, which results in them doing quick jobs without paying enough attention to the quality of their work. Out of the two you have mentioned, I believe the Sheffield to be the better option. Though if you can spend some time to research some other options that are available which may offer you better peace of mind.

Fred - Installer - from 2013

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