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Read 3 Enviroguard Windows reviews from consumers and industry experts alike. These windows are made by Precision Millworks out of Cumming, Georgia.

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ENVIROGUARD Precision Mill Windows

A local installer in Atlanta recommended this brand for a 47” x 73” picture window. It is a composite window, made in nearby Canton, GA. 25 yr warranty on window, 10 yrs on glass. Don’t know how long this window has been around. Have you heard of this product? What is your opinion? How do you compare it to Andersen 100 Series? Are there products you prefer, re energy efficiency, looks, longevity, and overall quality?

I would appreciate your opinions and recommendations. Thank you

Susan - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Susan, the ENVIROGUARD Precision Mill composite window has come up from time to time, but I know very little. Up to this point, I don't have any reason to recommend it. A 25 year warranty on the window does not compare favorably to a lifetime warranty on a vinyl window. The price quoted in the past for these windows was too high for the energy efficiency numbers.

The Andersen 100 composite window is a good product. Very nice looking and decent, but not great energy efficiency numbers. I will say that the Andersen 100 with proper installation should be fine for most homes...

If I was looking for a good vinyl window, I'd look for a local dealer who sells Soft-Lite, Sunrise, Okna, Polaris, Vytex, Kensington, Ideal, Zen, or even a top end Simonton or Vinylmax. These will provide better value and energy efficiency than what you currently are considering.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Enviroguard BT Double Hung Windows

I live here in Atlanta and recently had a salesman from Apex Energy give me a bid for replacing our 21 single pane windows. The bid was $17,000 and change for the whole thing. I've also had a bid from Precision Millworks on their Enviroguard BT model. That bid was considerably more expensive at $25,000 and change. I was hoping to get your opinion.

Mack - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mack, I've always been wary of salesmen coming to my house and giving me an unsolicited bid on a product I may or may not be considering replacing. Having said that, their bid isn't horrible, but not super inexpensive either. I think you can do better.

I've never heard of Precision Millworks or the Enviroguard BT window series. Obviously their bid is quite a bit more than Apex Energy. I checked their website and wasn't super impressed with the performance numbers listed. The BT window series (if I'm reading this right) offers a .48 u-value and a 2.1 r-value and comes with a 25 year warranty on the main parts of the windows. I couldn't find any additional numbers, but these aren't super impressive as a standalone. The fact that they want to charge you well over $1000 per window would give me some serious pause.

I think you should see if other quality vinyl brands are available in your area. Okra, Sunrise, Soft-Lote, Polaris, Zen, and even a premium series from Simonton. I think these might be less expensive and offer better warranties and energy efficiency.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018

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