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Read 43 Ideal windows reviews to find out more on their most popular products and opinions from installers and consumers. Ideal Windows and Doors is New Jersey based, but they sell thourgh dealers in a number of states, including Massachusetts, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Delaware, Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey.

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Ideal Platinum Windows Reviews

The Ideal Platinum 3000 is the company's drop down window from their premium Majestic series. However, these two windows are pretty darn close in terms of performance and construction. The frame and sill wall are not quite as strong in the Platinum 300 series, but besides this feature, the two windows are identical. This is one of the best vinyl windows the company sells, and often at a competitive price.

Tim - Site Editor


Ideal Platinum 3000 vs. Vytex Potomac

Hello Tim, Dane, I find your site informative and helpful.

I am in the process of replacing 38 windows that consist mostly of double-hung windows, although a few are picture windows and case windows.

All the quotes are very similar in range, and all the window installers have good ratings, so my questions are really around the following:

How important is using low expanding foam when installing the windows?

I ask because the installers have different approaches in window installation: One of the installers do not use expanding foam as they state they use padding around the window is good enough.

One of the installers does use foam, and the 3rd installer does not use it, but can, if I think it’s important, which might come at an additional cost. My research seems to indicate that I should find a window installer that uses low-expanding foam.

The answer to above question informs the next question because each installer works with very specific window manufacturers. But my question is around the following:

Feature for feature, which is the better vinyl window between Ideal Platinum 3000, Vytex Potomac and the Simonton 5500, aside from the performance specs:

Are each criteria equally important, or is U-factor more important than SHGC, for example?

I heard that Simonton 5500 and the Vytex Potomac have less glass than the Ideal Platinum, i.e., more vinyl. Is that important?

What I’m trying to determine is this: I prefer one installer because he has the highest ratings, but they only use Simonton 5500 windows, which I understand is the least best of the three above. I think I like the Ideal Platinum 3000 windows (pending your input), but they do NOT use expanding foam.

Thank you for your input.

Steve - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Steve, many installers use low expanding foam, some do not. I don't think it's that important as long as they properly seal the window and they feel comfortable with their method(s). I would concentrate on the installers reviews and reputation over their specific approach. Some installers don't feel comfortable with the low expanding foam because if used incorrectly, it can void a warranty. Obviously someone who uses it regularly has no issues and feels comfortable using it.

Performance wise, the Ideal Platinum 3000 achieves a .23 U-factor and .02 air infiltration. The Vytex Potomac-HP window has an air infiltration at .03. The 5500 as you stated is around .17, although their double hung is around .09.

I like the Ideal Platinum 3000, then the Vytex Potomac-hc and then the Simonton 5500. All good windows, but I'd go with the Ideal myself -- all things being equal.

The more glass, the better viewing, but typically the less energy efficient. It's one of those trade offs that you just can't get around. In Europe, their vinyl extrusions are super thick -- great efficiency, but a much reduced glass/viewing area.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021


Ideal Platinum 3000 Series Bid

Dane, Thank you for the list of brands. I am planning on replacing 4 windows, 1 2-pane sliding door and 1 3-pane sliding door for my MD condo, which has the original aluminum windows and doors from 1989. I got various bids. All companies have good ratings, either in BBB and Checkbook or both. There are such a difference in $$ between Co 1 and others.

Co. 1 - family owned business since the ~1980s

Platinum 3000 Series, $390/window U .22, SHGC .20, VT .44 , Air .02 Or Energy Green package U.28, SHGC .28, VT .50, Air .02

PH Tech Sliding Door 60 x 80, $1350 U.29, SHGC .27, VT .51, Air .12

PH Tech Sliding Door 108 x 80 $2390

Total: $5300

Company has very good ratings from 334 customers in CheckBook (7 pages of reviews, very few negative). 4 positive comments posted on BBB (member since 1995), 1 BBB complaint in last 3 years. Checked with MD Licensing Dept and 4 closed complaints and no disciplinary actions.

PH is a Canada firm; they develop PVC window and patio door systems and are assembled by independent manufacturers that have accepted to follow its buildings methods.

This company provided a 4-page spreadsheet with customer names, addresses, and type of purchase (window, door or sliding) in my area zip code. One Board member in my Condo community purchased/installed windows 2 years ago and pleased with windows and $.

Co. 2

Okna 500, $840/window U .27, SHGC .21, VT .42, Air .02

Okna 800, $950/window U .26, SHGC .29, VT .52, Air .01

Okna 8800, $3170/Sliding Door Heat Spacer

Okna 8800, $3870/sliding door

Total: 10,351.67 (800 series) or $10,044 (500 series)

Only company that listed a cost to remove metal windows and a cost for the high access for my condo (3rd floor in back of building)

Co. 3 (many options) (family owned business and very good reviews)

Sunrise Restoration Windows & Doors

Total $7475

Provia Aspect Windows & Products

Total $6815

Vytex Fortis & Restoration Doors

Total $7775

Vytex Fortis & Provia Aspect Doors

Total $6960

Provia Aspect Windows & Restoration Doors

Total $7050

Restoration Windows & Provia Doors

Total $7250

Co. 4 (family owned business -- excellent reviews - and also provided a list of customers in my zip code -- none that live in my condo)

Provia Endure, (windows Endure ~666 each window)

Total $9200

Co. 5 Soft-lite ~8.6 (windows Zen Nirvana which is SoftLite Class Plus Series ~659/window),

Total $8600

Questions: Is there any real difference between VT .44 and VT .50; my condo gets slight sun in the afternoon, I like sun but also want energy efficiency glass doors and windows.

Can you comment on the sliding doors systems made in one place and assembled by a manufacturer?

Should I go with Co 1 by $? I can spend a few $ more; I want a quality product with no hassle. Have lived in unit for over 20 years and never had problems with my original windows & doors

Again, glad I found your site and all your help.

Gladys - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Gladys, the Platinum 3000 window quote looks excellent. $390 a window for that quality of a window is impossible to beat.

I haven’t heard of ph tech doors and this would be where my trepidation would come from. I looked the company up and they have been in business for over 50 years, but what does that mean?

I would go back to Co 1 and ask how long they have been working with the patio door company, what the warranty is, how has he handled whatever issues have arisen in the past, etc. I would basically try to get a sense of how confident the company is in the supplier.

I like the fact that they gave you information On past customers, reviews, etc. I would do one more search on google for “Co 1 reviews” and see how they fare on google reviews, homeadviser, and/or yelp.

Assuming they are good reviews, I would be hard pressed to spend the extra money.

If I was going to be in this condo the rest of my life, I might consider the Sunrise Restorations bid just because it’s such a good window/door.

The .44 VT and .50 VT is not a it deal in my opinion.

Good luck and let me know how the project goes!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020


Ideal Platinum Series

Hi I found your website super helpful! We are planning on replacing all of our windows in our home which currently has original windows from the 80s. We have gotten a few quotes and are between two companies that both have good reputations. The bids are for 23 windows in NJ that include 2 basement windows and 1 picture window, the other 20 are double hung vinyl windows with the colonial grids.

Bid 1- Ideal Platinum Series for $11,800
Bid 2- Okna 500/insul-Tec for $15,000
Bid 3- We got another quote for Simonton windows for $14500 but they didn’t appear to give us a model

Since ideal and okna companies seem relatively smaller and we obviously want to make a good investment do you have any advice on which to choose? I don’t want to cheap out but a few thousand dollar difference might be worth it .

Thank you.

Christina - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Christina, so for me the Ideal Platinum series and the Okna 500 are very close in quality and craftsmanship. As is so often the case, the Ideal is often priced out much better. This is the bid I would go with...assuming the reputation and reviews of the Ideal company are solid.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020


Ideal Platinum Bid To Compare With Okna 600

Hi Dane, I live in central New Jersey and am looking to replace the windows in my 35ish year old home.

I'm starting with the twin double hungs in my bedroom to be replaced with a set of sliders with a fixed glass panel underneath.

I'm not sure exactly how to measure windows, but the internal opening size of the double hung pair is 57 1/2 x 71 1/4 inches.

I'm planning on staying in this house - so I want a good window.

I had a quote for $1050 for Okna 600 deluxe - 2 transoms and a slider.

Do you have any suggestions? This quote seems expensive, but I'd like your opinion?

Thank you.

Lyn - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Lyn, this actually sounds like a very fair price to me for an Okna 600 of that size and configuration. This would be my suggestion: call up your local Ideal Windows dealer and get a bid from them on either the Platinum 3000 series or Majestic series (their top end series, which are very close to one another, usually a dealer carries one or the other). These windows are comparable to the Okna and often times are less expensive.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020







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Ideal Platinum 3000 Windows Reviews

The Platinum 3000 is made exclusively for Ideal and is a hybrid window. It uses the same frame as the Majestic and has the same reinforcements at the meeting rails as the Majestic. The only difference is a molded, sculpted lift rail instead of the double walled lift rail. The Platinum 3000 comes standard with double strength glass, ESM+ glass package and the UltraView Screen. Performance wise, the Ideal Platinum 3000 achieves a .23 U-factor and .02 air infiltration.

Tim - Site Editor


Platinum 3000 Series Question

Dane, I was told that the "Ideal Majestic is the same price as the Platinum 3000 with similar in performance – but the Platinum 3000 is asthetically more appealing." I was quoted $9,030 for 23 windows.

Also, what do you think about this vs. the Okna 800 for $12,987?

Grayson - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Grayson, So both the Ideal Majestic and Platinum 3000 are very close to one another and both excellent windows. That price is amazing! Almost suspicious, that's how good it is. Perhaps attributable to the current situation going on with the covid (pure conjecture on my part).

The Okna 800 is an excellent window as well, one of the very best. Unbeatable, basically. Again, amazing price for this top tier performer.

If the Ideal dealer has a good reputation, I would have a hard time getting away from this bid.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


Ideal Replacement Windows

Dane, why are Andersen replacement windows so expensive, yet they give you a huge discount if you decide the same day they come, but still cost about 1k per window? If you lived in NJ what brand would you buy for your home; if you wanted high quality energy efficient windows?

Craig - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Craig, I assume that Renewal By Andersen prices their products the way they do and markets their windows the way they do in order to maximize profits. I personally don't feel their windows warrant the prices they charge, not even close. Of course, they are free to charge whatever the market will bear.

In NJ you have some good options. Ideal makes a very good window in the Majestic and Platinum series. This is where I'd start.

You should also be able to get bids from local companies who sell Okna, Sunrise, Soft-Lite, and possibly Polaris. All of these options will be less than RBA and will provide much better energy efficiency and overall value for your project.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


Ideal Platinum 3000 vs. Okna 500

I’m shopping for replacement vinyl windows in the Northern Virginia area. I am considering the Ideal Platinum 3000 series. The NFRC rating for the window is U 0.22, SHGC 0.20, and VLT 0.44. I’m also considering the Okna 500. I should get specific NFRC ratings for the Okna tomorrow when the installer visits to provide a quote. I believe they are in the range U 0.28, SHGC 0.30, and VLT 0.55.

My question is on the visible light transmittance ratings. I live in an interior townhouse unit with original 1970s wooden single pane glass windows and storm windows and we want our replacement windows to let in as much light as possible. We are not as concerned about energy efficiency since we are an interior unit and our energy bills are already low. We are not expecting to see a dramatic savings when it comes to energy costs. We do however want to maximize our light coming in.

My question is on the VLT ratings. Is a 0.44 noticeably darker than a VLT of 0.55 or 0.50? Do you have a sense for how it would compare against our current single pane + storm window setup? I understand the Ideal Platinum 3000 offers amazing energy efficiency however with a lower VLT as compared to the Okna.

The Ideal Platinum 3000 also comes in a single glass package it seems so there is not ability to choose a different package that would change those numbers. I am also looking at the Ideal Majestic which is offered with a variety of glass packages and defaults to their “Energy Green” package with U 0.27, SHGC 0.28, and VLT 0.50.

Any thoughts/insight on the pros/cons of the windows and the VLT ratings are appreciated.

Rob - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Rob, I honestly don't think you would notice the difference between a 45 and 55 VLT, but you probably would if you held up the glass side-by-side. If VLT is the key aspect for you, talk to the Okna rep and see if you can get a clear glass on the 500. Any low-e glass contains a number of coatings that blocks the amount of light and heat that passes through the glass. Clear glass will provide you with the most natural light -- you obviously will sacrifice on the U-factor but if that's not an issue then that's where I'd start.

Also see if the Majestic comes in a clear glass and get those VLT numbers. Both the Ideal Platinum 3000 and Majestic are very good windows. Same goes for the Okna 500. Now you just have to find the glass package that works for your needs. One side benefit is that clear glass is cheaper than the low-e!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018


Ideal Platinum 3000 vs Vytex Fortis

Do you have any information about these windows? We are considering them as they are a great price from a very reputable contractor with excellent reviews. We also like the Fortis Vytex, but they are $1700 more. Also like the Okna, but they are a lot more expensive, 3700 more. The Ideal Windows have good performance ratings, i.e. U factor, etc. but I've read they are a step below Okna. Not sure about Vytex. What qualities should I be looking for in a vinyl window? Thanks for your help.

Mo - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mo, the Ideal Platinum 3000 delivers some pretty impressive numbers, although Ideal as a whole gets some mixed reviews from contractors and industry experts. Their premium 3000 model seems very solid to me.

The Vytex Fortis is also a solid window, comparable to the Platinum 3000, with a slightly higher air infiltration number (the lower the AI the better).

Okna is one of the top three vinyl window manufacturers so that's no surprise that the cost is higher.

How many windows are we talking here? This makes a big difference in terms of the price differences.

If you are getting a great deal on the premium Ideal vinyl window and you feel like the installer(s) are going to do a great job, I think you can pull the trigger.

All in all, you actually have three very solid options, so good on you for that.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016






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Ideal Majestic Windows Reviews

The Ideal Majestic series is the company's premium vinyl window and has a .02 air infiltration rating and a .23 u-factor. These are impressive performance numbers that rival some of the top tier vinyl windows out there. The Majestic has a more durable frame and sill wall compared to the Platinum 3000 series.

I've noticed that the Majestic is often priced twenty to thirty percent lower than similar quality windows. The bottom line is the Ideal Majestic is a top performing vinyl window that can offer some great value to consumers given the right price point.

Tim - Site Editor


Ideal Majestic vs Okna 500

First, love your website, has been super helpful. Second, although I found a lot of great info, we are struggling to make a decision. We have met with three highly rated companies in our area (Md) and are getting estimates now. All the estimate visits were great, two with the owners of the companies.

So, ultimately this may be a decision based solely on price, but was wondering what your opinion is re: Okna 500 vs Zen Nirvana ( Super Lite Classic) and Ideal Majestic? We are replacing 34 original windows and two sets of sliding glass patio doors in a house built in the 70s. We only plan to be here 10 more years.

I have read a billion reviews and can't determine if any of the three edge out the others. We do not plan on getting anymore estimates. Any advice you can provide will be greatly appreciated.

Christine - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Christine, I would rank them as Ideal Majestic, Okna 500, and Zen Nirvana. The first two are truly top tier windows, while the Zen Nirvana is a high end mid range vinyl window. I find the Ideal Majestic is often priced out very competitively because they aren't a well known name in the industry. I would lean toward the Ideal Majestic myself. That .01 air infiltration is unbeatable...only the Okna 800 equals it...

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021


Ideal Majestic vs. Polaris UtraWeld

Is the Majestic better than the Polaris UtraWeld or the other way around?

Is the Okna, Soft Lite, or Sunrise that much better build windows than the Majestic windows?

Thanks.

Jason - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jason, the Ideal Majestic, Polaris UtraWeld, Okna 800, Soft Lite Imperial LS and Sunrise Restorations are all top tier vinyl windows. All very high quality.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020


Ideal Majesty DH Windows

Hi. What do you think of this manufacturer. Ideal Majestic. Never heard of them

See below. 6 other windows are the same brand

qty 2. 33 1/2 by 73. 1/2. Qty 4. 31. 1/2 by 33. 1/2

Total 11 plus slider

U factor .27. SGHC .22. VT .48. Air T. <.30

Total 6500.00. Current Windows 27 years old. Original windows

Don't know what regular locks means.

Does the type of foam spacer matter.

Intercept versus Duralite versus Super Saver?

Note: front two Windows are within 18 inches of floor. Is there a new code that states they are supposed to be tempered.? Any other brand suggestions?

Other products with quote from different company

ProVia Aspect 8900.00

Grandview: $8900.00.

A lot of sun/ heat in back. May be here 10 years more.

You had positive reviews in 2018

Patricia - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Patricia, the Ideal Majestic is a great window that is better in quality than the ProVia Aspect or the Window Nation Grandview. That's a very good price that Ideal is offering for 11 windows and a slider. All of the spacers you mentioned are good. Industry standards. I'm not privy to each state's code, but the installers ought to know since they install in your state every day.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

[Patricia's Reply]

Thank you for the response. I noticed some specifics did not transfer in my email for Majesty. Please expand a little on WHY you feel it is better. Can you be more specific.

I need to go view the window because I do like the overall profile look of the Grandview but not the price

Additional detail about the Majesty quote:

Energy Elite package, Contour Colonial Foam filled, Triple Silver Low E Argon GAs

There are two other options for the
1. Energy Green package. Dual Pane, Double strength glass with soft coat LowE
2. ESM: Dual Pane 7/8 double strength IG with Double surface of Low E Argon GAs, Foam filled Frame and Sashes and Ultra Intercept Spacer.

Besides the major issue of the sun being hottest in the rear(of course we like the sun in the winter in Northern VA) are these options over Kill.

The same company gave me a quote on Polaris Thermalweld 7420 DH Windows
Double Strength glass. Same 6500.00 price range.

They have access to several manufactures but this is what was suggested 4 days ago. I was planning on getting a couple 3 more quotes on different mfg before deciding.. OKNA or Simonton. Your thoughts.

My potential installer will know the state codes. Two front windows are less than 18 inches from floor. There is a code that states that they may need to be "tempered".

Patricia - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Patricia, the Ideal Majestic series has better fit, tolerances, and components than the Grandview. It has a .23 u-factor and .02 air infiltration rating -- impressive numbers that rival other top tier vinyl windows. A top tier window that often sells for a mid range window.

The Grandview is made by Vytex. It has a .26 U-factor and .08 air infiltration rating - a decent vinyl window to be sure, a solid performer.

The Polaris Thermalweld is a good window, better than the Grandview in my opinion, but only by a bit. Not as good as the Majestic.

I would definitely get the Okna bid. Not the Simonton bid, unless it's on the Reflections 5500, but even this one can't touch Okna or Ideal.

As far as the window upgrade, I don't think you have to get the Energy Elite, but the Energy Grew looks like a nice mid range option.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020


Ideal Majestic Window Pricing

Hi Tim, I am looking for new windows for my home and found your website and was hoping to get your thoughts.

The last time I shopped for windows, I got 5 quotes but quickly narrowed it down to two great local companies. For that project, a home I knew I'd move out of within 5 years, I just selected the lower bidder.

I'm in a home I don't plan to leave for some time and have received quotes from the same two great local companies I met previously. The company we have previously used sells the Ideal Majestic and quoted us $13,250, and the other company sells the Okna 500 at $14,500.

I know the Majestic installer because they have done great work for us, and the other company has a great reputation and has done work for my parents. So I feel like the companies and installers are both great. Any thoughts? The specs on the windows seem similar, the companies seem similar, so I'm having hard choosing between the two. Is Okna worth the extra money, and if so why?

Thanks!

Justin - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Justin, both of these windows are excellent. I would put them on par with one another. I would actually rate the Majestic a smidge higher than the Okna 500. Both windows are excellent on workmanship, fit, tolerances, energy efficiency, and overall look.

If this were my project and I liked the Ideal dealer and the look of the Majestic, then this is the option I would pick. I'd take the $1200 and spend it on some other part of my home. :)

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

[Justin's Reply]

Hi Tim, thank you for the help and feedback. Like I said, two great companies so I'm sorry I can't work with them both. An outside opinion with familiarity with the windows is really helpful, especially since I can't even see the windows in person right now given the COVID situation.

I hope you are staying safe, and thanks again,

Justin - Homeowner - from 2020


Ideal Majestic vs. Vytex Fortis

Tim, I live in Northern Va and I have quotes on some windows that I would like your thoughts on – FYI -- Great web site, thank you so much:

Dealer 1: These quotes include 11 oversized windows that are 36 x 72 and replacing 5 transoms with glass.

27 Kensington Kingston double hung vinyl windows with LOW E w/argon glass, foam filled sashes and frames, white int., white exterior, white hardware. $14,800

27 VYTEX FORTIS double hung and fixed vinyl windows with ENERGY SAVER PLUS glass, foam filled sashes and frames, white int., white exterior, white hardware. $17,200

27 Ideal Majestic – $17,200

Dealer 2 – this quote includes transom windows
31 white Okna 500 series double pane windows, with internal grids. Investment- $21,890

Dealer 3 -- this quote includes transom windows

31 Vinyl-lite Double hung windows with with LOW E w/argon glass, foam filled sashes and frames, white int., white exterior, white hardware. Vinyl-lite is a local window maker in Woodbridge Va.

Thank you.

Jeff - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jeff, the Vytex Fortis and Ideal Majestic bid at $17,200 are the best values of the bunch. Both of these windows are excellent. I would rate each fo these windows comparable to the Okna 500 model. The Kensington Kingston is a decent window, but I definitely think spending the extra $2200 for an excellent window makes sense from the perspective of long term value.

You don't have pricing on the Dealer 3 bid. I've never heard of Vinyl-lite windows so I can't make any sort of judgement on the quality of their products etc.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019


Ideal Majestic Signature vs. Andersen

One of my quotes was for Majestic Signature (I think parent company is Ideal). Are you familiar with them or how they compare to Anderson 200 or Simenton? I was quoted about $650 installed.

Evan - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Evan, the Ideal Majestic Signature series is a very good vinyl window with an .02 air infiltration, a well made frame, good overall construction, fit and tolerances. It is quite a different window from the Andersen 200, which is a wood clad window.

The 200 series is Andersen's entry level wood window and honestly not the best wood clad window out there. It isn't a bad one either, but the Andersen 400 series is my pick for sure of the two.

Head to head, I would go with the Ideal Majestic in a heartbeat. I tend to like vinyl windows though and think they beat out wood clad in terms of cost, durabiltiy, maintenance, longevity, and energy efficiency. I should say this is for a well made vinyl window, not a poorly made one.

In terms of cost, $650 is a fair price for the Ideal Majestic Signature window. However, I would use the Andersen bid to see if the Ideal dealer is willing to lower that price. Basically, I would spend a bit of time seeing if I could find his "floor price." Even if he doesn't move on price, I still think you have a very solid window at a nice price.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016


Ideal Majestic Energy Elite vs.Provia Comfort Tech

Hi, in your opinion which is a better window?

Ideal Majestic Energy Elite double hung or Provia Comfort Tech DLA?

I have estimates of $4671 for Majestic and $5500 for Provia for 9 windows.

They seem pretty similar to me but I am curious if I am missing something as there is a substantial price difference.

Thank you for your expertise.

Hope to hear soon.

Anna - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Anna, Provia Comfort Tech DLA is the glass system, but not the actual model window you are purchasing from ProVia? However, even if I assume you are purchasing the premium ProVia Endure model, the Ideal Majestic Energy Elite is as good or better a window...and for a better price. Both ProVia and Ideal make good premium windows. The Ideal Majestic is an excellent window and that is a really good competitive price!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018


Ideal Majestic vs. Okna 500

Hey Tim, thanks. One hopefully last question this go around. I really appreciate your feedback. The Softlite dealer I went to see is pushing me to an Ideal made window that’s made for him and called the Majestic - it’s an Ideal window. Oknas look better to me. Pricing is within $1000 for the 14 Windows. Okna or Ideal?

Tim - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Tim, the Ideal Majestic is an excellent vinyl window as well. Personally, I might lean towards the Okna but the Majestic has a .02 air infiltration and is a very quality product.

Either window is excellent — I would concentrate on who is doing the installation and pick whoever you feel is going to do the better job.

Congrats, it doesn't sound like you can make a bad choice here!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018


Ideal Majestic vs. Sunrise Restorations

What are your thoughts about Sunrise Essentials and Restorations as compared to Soft-Lite Imperial LS or Ideal Majestic.

Gene - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Response]

Gene, the Sunrise Essentials is the company's entry level window and not one that I would recommend. The Sunrise "standard" window and the upgraded Restorations however are great windows and I would highly recommend those.

The Restorations is very close and quality and craftsmanship to the Soft-Lite Imperial LS (also one of the best vinyl windows out there.)

The Ideal Majestic has a .02 air infiltration and a .27 u-factor, which is right there with the Restorations model.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017

Gene's Response

Hi Dane, by any chance are you familiar with an Ideal window Platinum 3000? Apparently, it is an upgrade of the Ideal Majestic.

A highly recommended contractor is the distributor/installer. The upgrades are better than the Majestic and his pricing is much better since he does not employ sales people.

Gene - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Response]

Gene, I wasn't familiar with them, but I just took a look at the features and the performance and I have to say I'm impressed. Particularly with the .02 air infiltration and the .22 U-factor, although it was unclear whether this was with the triple or double paned glass. Just out of curiousity, what was the per window cost on these fully installed

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017


Gene's Response

I went to see the Ideal Platinum 3000 window at the actual showroom and was impressed. The installer helped design this 3000 series based on the good results from the Plantinum and Majestic series. It is exclusive for them and they started using them in Jan of 2016. What are your thoughts? This probably similar to Thompson Creek who bought a manufacturer for their windows they install. The difference would be price and that Ideal lifetime warranty from a firm that has been around since the 20's.

I just received a quote of $9,200, with grids, for the Sunshine Restoration window from another contractor. I know you liked the window but is it roughly worth $2600 or $2700 more than the 3000 Ideal one?

Gene - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Gene, the Sunrise Restorations is one of the best vinyl windows around, but I'm not sure it's worth $2700 more than the Ideal Platinum 3000 with its .22 U-factor and a .02 air infiltration. Assuming you like the look of the Ideal and feel confident that the installers will do a good job based on past reviews and ratings, then I think the Ideal is probably your best bet. Let me know how the install goes!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016

Gene's Response

The final window price for the Ideal Platinum 3000 double hung R5 is $6300. This includes a fully tempered window in one bathroom. Final measurements were today. They hope to install in 4 to 6 weeks. They use their own employees. I will let you know how the installation goes. Thanks for all your help.

Gene - Homeowner - from 2016


Ideal Majestic vs Soft-Lite Elements

I've received prices from a single installer for 3 different vinyl windows: Ideal Majestic, Soft-lite Elements, Sunrise Restorations. All of the prices are within $3000 of each other to replace all the windows in the house with Ideal being the cheapest and the Sunrise being the most expensive. Soft-lite seemed like a good middle of the road pricing option, but i don't love that they have the biggest frame, especially since we're coming from historic wood windows. Are the Sunrise windows worth the extra money? We're not sure how much longer we'll be in the house. Could be 4 years could be forever. Appreciate your thoughts.

Caroline - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Caroline, the Soft-Lite Elements and Sunrise Restorations are very close in quality, I might put the Elements above the Restorations by a nose. They are two of the very best vinyl windows out there and a notch above the Ideal Majestic series.

However, the Restorations does use that thinner frame, which is very nice in terms of the overall aesthetic. I would definitely recommend going with either the Elements of Restorations, I personally don't mind the thicker frame, in fact, it makes the window feel a bit sturdier to me, more substantial.

So this is what I would say, if the thinner frame is important to you for its visual appeal, shell out the extra money for the Restorations. If not, go with the Elements. Either way, you are getting a fantastic window!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


Ideal Majestic Signature Series

I'm in need of vinyl replacement double hung Windows & called Thermal Window & Door company (the installers) in broomall, PA. I've use them bf (last July) for a larger patio door & think they're terrific!

My salesman came out yesterday & he sells Majestic Signature series Windows for $450 per window. They are made by Ideal Window Co. In Bayonne, NJ. Can you go into further detail about Ideal & suggest a good vinyl double hung window to purchase other than Ideal if they in fact a budget window that are good for rental properties.

Thank you.

Bobbi - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Bobbi, while I don't have as much anecdotal information on Ideal as some other companies, the Majestic series has some impressive data -- specifically an air infiltration rating of .02 and u-factor of .23. These are on par with the top tier brands that I often recommend in your state such as Okna and Soft-Lite.

As always, I would recommend you get a couple bids from local companies that sell these vinyl windows and see how they compare to the Majestic Signature series.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016







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Ideal 4000 Windows Reviews


Ideal 4000 Series Windows

Hello, I have 2 Ideal 4000 model windows (installed in 2006) that need to be replaced. One is 32x 25, the other is 15x25. I only need half of the double hung window , not the entire window. Both damaged by falling tree. What is the model today that is compatible replacement? Thank you for your assistance.

Dan - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dan, I would call them up directly at 1.800.631.3400 and see if you can locate the nearest dealer. Or just ask them directly. They are a small enough operation that you should get an answer. I also get confused on what their current models were way back when. At some point I knew, but I hate to give conjecture and send you down the wrong path.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


Ideal 4500 Series

I am thinking about Ideal 4500 Series windows for my house in New Jersey. I 22 windows to replace. It's a lot of money and I want to get decent windows but I also need a good price.

Jane - Homeowner - from 2010

[Contractor Response]

Ideal makes a budget window. You could probably do worse, but Simonton makes a 5050 that is around the same price. Also, take a look at the Softlite Imperial Pro or Classic. Even the Soft-Lite Bainbridge (their entry level window) is better than Ideal if your budget is really tight. But Ideal just isn't what you want to live with.

Mike - Contractor in NJ - from 2010

[2nd Response]

Ideal is like American Jewel, good enough for an emergency or rental property but not something you really want on your house. You'll pay a little more for an Okna or Gorell, but you won't have to replace them in five years.

Steven - Installer - from 2010

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Ideal 5000 Windows Reviews


Ideal 5000 vs Soft-Lite Bainbridge

I'm looking for info on the SoftLite Bainbridge and Ideal 5000 Series. Any input?

Richard - Contractor - from 2010

[Contractor Response]

I don't know a lot about the Ideals, it isn't something I see much. The Bainbridge is pretty solid, they have good numbers and SoftLite stands behind everything they make.

Wayne - Contractor - from 2010


Ideal 5000 Windows vs Gorell

I live in east Penn. and want replacement vinyl windows. The Ideal 5000s were quoted at $400 per and the Gorell 5100 window was $572. Ideal had a 20 year warranty, Gorells 50. I had Ideals once before and they were junk, but I've been told they are pretty good now. Is that true?

Lewis - Homeowner - from 2009

[Contractor Response]

I'd go with Gorell. They are a better company and better product, but also higher priced. Worth it in my opinion. You'll get a better window, better materials, better engineering, better warranty, better service. If you aren't totally confident, then consider some other manufacturers. There are tons of them, and if you aren't thrilled with one then it's pretty easier to find another you like more.

Danny - Contractor - from 2009






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Ideal Perfect Fit Windows Reviews


Ideal Windows Perfect Fit Series

How do these windows stack up against Pella, Andrson, Marvin, etc in terms of value, quality, longevity and price? I'm ordering 3 large windows for my living room and dining room. I'm getting a final quote on Monday.

Thanks Tim.

Barbara - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Barbara, the Perfect Fit vinyl window is very good. Pella, Andrson, and Marvin all make a number of different windows so it's hard to make a blanket statement. However, pound for pound, Ideal makes a better vinyl window than these much more well known companies do.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021


Ideal Perfect Fit Series

Hi Tim, I read your reviews and responses.

We received a quote for 7 windows for our NYC apartment, for a replacement of metal frame windows.

$10,500.00 for Pella Impervia Fiberglass type

$6500.00 for Ideal Vinyl: perfect fit type, which we were told are similar to the Ideal Platinum 3000 Vinyl series.

Is the 4k difference justified between the 2 models, or is the Ideal

Vinyl of sufficient quality in your opinion?

Thank you for your response.

Laurent - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Laurent, the Ideal Platinum 3000 vinyl series is the better window over the Pella Impervia fiberglass window. Ideal makes very good vinyl windows at a very fair price point.

The Ideal Windows option would be my choice in a New York minute as they say! No question...

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


Ideal Perfect Fit vs Earthwise 4700e Widow

Hello. We are looking to replace all the windows in our house. Because of a limited budget we decided to go with Earthwise 4700e. I still have my doubts and wanted to get your professional opinion on the product. We were choosing between Earthwise 4700e and Ideal windows Perfect Fit. Still not sure witch one is better. Thanks

Miroslav - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Miroslav, Earthwise is a conglomeration of manufacturers who all use the same parts and equipment, but their website contains precious little data on their products. I did a search for the Earthwise 4700e window and came up with one company that makes it (I'm assuming this is who is selling it). The site however offers no specific information on the parts, components, and features of the window beyond very generic statements such as fusion welded frame corners. I would ask for the air infiltration, design pressure, U-value and condensation resistance numbers on the specific window you are purchasing and compare this to the Ideal Perfect Fit window.

The Ideal Perfect Fit is a decent window, I wouldn't put it in the top tier category by any means, but it's a decent performer. I would ask for the air infiltration, design pressure, U-value and condensation resistance numbers on the specific window you are purchasing and compare this to the Earthwise window.

If I had to make a selection, I think I would pick the Ideal over the Earthwise in name and reputation, but not by much. I would imagine these two windows would be relatively close in terms of quality and performance, but I could be wrong -- the numbers, particularly the air infiltration, should help answer this. I think you also need to look at which company doing the installation. Reputation, personal, references, online references, labor warranty, presentation, price -- this should obviously factor greatly into the decision.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017






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Ideal Ultra-Tite Window Reviews


Ideal UltraTite Windows

Hey Jon, I checked their site, but the only replacement windows I found is:

UltraTite doublehung http://www.idealwindow.com/product/replacement-windows/ultratite-double-hung/ or

DuraWeld doublehung http://www.idealwindow.com/product/replacement-windows/duraweld-double-hung/

Are these the same Ideal windows that you are referring to?

Ren - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Yes, they are the same. The Ultra-Tite is nearly identical to the Majestic/Platinum 3000. Most dealers sell either the Majestic or Platinum (very similar, nearly identical), but their website lists them differently.

Basically, the Majestic/Platinum 3000 are exclusive windows sold by certain dealers.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020


Ideal Ultra-Tite Sliders

Hello Dane and Tim, First, thank you for this website. It's really helpful. I'm researching Ideal Windows out of NJ. I live in Worcester, MA. The difficulty I'm finding (including on website of Rite Windows installation co out of Woburn, MA) is that when I try to find specification information on Sliders, not double-hung windows, it is not clear at all which 'name/level' of windows is used, ie ultra-tite, 5000 series, etc.

What I've been told is that in MA we have some of the most strict energy specific needs so all window quotes will need to meet those specifications - whatever those are. Haven't yet researched that.

Can you help with feed-back on what Ideal Windows uses for sliders and general expected cost per window, or at least the first part.

Mary - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mary, most window manufacturers offer different styles for different series of windows. Sliders are often offered in most, if not all, series. However, offhand, I don’t know which series Ideal offers their sliders in.

This is best answered by the Ideal rep who comes and gives you the bid. They should know this information inside and out. Have them answer performance data etc.

Sliders are almost always going to have the least impressive energy efficiency of all their styles. I personally like casements, which often have some of the most impressive, but I understand that this is a personal preference issue.

Ideal makes a good vinyl window. Get your bid from them and make sure they provide you with all the info you need to make your decision. The bottom line is they probably offer the slider in most styles. I just can’t say for sure.

Dane, - Site Editor - from 2019

[Mary's Reply]

Hi Dane, Thank you for your reply. I need to go with the Sliders. If you were deciding between Ideal and Allside (AMI) - both would be double pane not tripple pane glass - which company would you go with?

This will be my last question for you. Thank you very much!

Mary - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mary, I would go with Ideal, no questions asked :)

Dane, - Site Editor - from 2019


UltraTite Window Bid

Hi Dane, I am a reader of your website and learned a lot from it .

I would like to know if you have any reviews on a company called Window Galaxy USA based on Perth Amboy NJ ?

They offered a double hung called R-5 .022 U fact with Tilt and Lock replacement window that manufactured by Ideal Windows , do you have any review on it?

Which product line it is? What is the R-5 U fact .022 means?

Sandy - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Sandy, I would ask them which window series they are offering you.

I believe they are offering you the UltraTite triple pane with a U-factor or .22. This window is a solid mid range offering.

Ideal makes some good windows, particularly their Majestic series window. Their Platinum 3000 series is also good. I would be curious whether the dealer who gave you this bid sells either one of these.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018


Ideal Ultra-Tite II Windows

Hello Tim, Checking in with another question please! I see you have reviews of Ideal Windows. A company is offering me a very reasonable price for replacement windows and slider doors. The company is Unified that I mentioned to you several months back. They're based out of Long Island, New York and have been around for a long time it looks like.

They are pushing the Ideal Ultra Tite II Windows - actually that is the only window the salesman would talk to me about basically – but I don't see those reviewed on your site. Have you heard anything about them. I'm also sending you my quote from them in another email. I would greatly appreciate it if you could tell me what you think. Thank you very much!

Katie - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Katie, I don't know specifics about the Ultra-Tite II, the numbers look okay, not great. I think Ideal makes a decent window, it isn't top tier, but it's probably fine. I would ask them what the air infiltration number is -- .10 or lower is good. I sort of don't like the idea of the company having a single brand of windows that they sell...that sort of strikes me as odd.

The bid looked reasonable but if it were me and I was going with the Ideal Ultra Site, I would request that they upgrade to the R5 glass or the Energy Gold Plus glass package for the price they quoted you at.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017






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Ideal Duraweld Window Reviews


Ideal Duraweld vs. Okna 500

We have 22 windows and 4 storm doors that need to be replaced. We've collected a bunch of quotes and they are all over the place in terms of price and quality. The two that I like the most are Okna 500 windows and ProVia doors. This quote was $17.4K.

The second bid I liked was Ideal Duraweld windows, with no price quote for the doors (he said he'd get back to me when he had a price.) This was $12.8K

Kellen - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Kellen, Ideal makes a good window and the DuraWeld is their premium series. Okna makes a better window, though not by a huge amount. However, I'm guessing you are getting a better quote on the Okna windows than on the Ideal (I can't say this for sure since I don't have the door quote from the second bid, but I'm guessing...)

Unless the Ideal Duraweld quote with the doors comes in lower, I think you need to go with the Okna option. If the Ideal quote is lower, shoot me another email with the quotes and what door they are using and I can offer you my opinion.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018






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Ideal Professional Window Reviews


Ideal Professional Series vs. United 4500

Hello: I've found you web site to be extremely informative. I am putting in 24 new windows in an old Pennsylvania farmhouse. I have a quote from United for their series 4500, and a quote from Ideal for their professional series. I did not see their professional series mentioned on your site.

The difference is about 10% in favor of the United, but I see you feel these are the low end of the mid-range window. Do you have any experience with the Ideal Professional series?

U-Factor is .30 and SHGC is .28 on the Ideal Professional.

Thank you in advance for your help

Paul - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Paul, the Ideal Professional is the much better window over the United 4500. The Professional is a very solid performer. As long as you are getting the installation from a professional outfit, you should be well served with the Ideal Professional.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019






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General Ideal Window Reviews


Ideal Windows in New Jersey

I live in Flemington, NJ in Hunterdon County. Our single family, contemporary style home is 30 years old and has all casement windows of varying sizes. Several are cloudy due to broken seals and others have faulty cranks. They’re overdue for replacement. I should have the funds to tackle this project next summer in 2021, but want to do my homework ahead of time.

My neighbor just replaced all his double hung windows with Okna brand installed by a local contractor with a good reputation. He’s the neighbor who told me about Okna after doing extensive research. What are some other quality casement brands I should research and consider besides Okna 700? We have 15 medium size casements, 5 small casements, 2 large and 2 fixed windows in the LR and DR that are flanked on either side by a pair of medium casements (DR) and large casements (LR).

Thanks.

Gus - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Gus, so Okna is a great option. Ideal windows makes a very good window at a reasonable price and they are based in New Jersey. Other brands to consider include Sunrise, Soft-Lite, Polaris, Kensington, Zen, Vytex and even Simonton. Feel free to send me your bids when you do receive them and I'm happy to weight in on what sounds like the best value for your buck.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


Best Window On The Market?

Hi Dane, We finally got our other quotes:

Ideal windows R5 for 23 windows and 8' patio door $14,717 (the sales guy got a little too aggressive for my taste)

Soft-Lite Imperial LS - we were quote $481 per window, $2300 for the patio door.

Let me know if this is reasonable and if you ever heard of Ideal windows.

Thank you.

Olga - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Olga, Ideal windows make a good mid grade vinyl window and the price quote received looks very fair. However, the Soft-Lite Imperial LS is a fantastic window (one of the best windows on the market) and that is a great per window price you received! I would absolutely go with the Soft-Lite quote if it were me.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017


Ideal Owner Review

Prown's Windows and Doors have been using Ideal Windows since 1945/46. In my 26 years at my 3rd generation family business, Ideal has been a lock solid supplier with a huge emphasis on consistency, quality and fairness. We buy 95% of our Windows and 100% of our Patio Doors from Ideal Windows and don't have a single hesitancy in the world about having all our eggs in one basket.

The products, the support staff, the deliveries are simply so reliable. I love their quality, their consistency (product and entire company team) and reliability. They are critical values to my home improvement business. I get plenty of vendors who walk in to get some of my window and door business. Candidly, the conversation is 1 sided and over in 30 seconds. I have ZERO interest in looking at their "killer pricing" cause I'll get what I pay for. I am VERY PLEASED and never doubt that Ideal is my primary Window and Door supplier for a very long time.

David - Owner - from 2015


Ideal Window Review

Northern Windows is a family owned and operated window installation company serving the Hudson Valley since 1989. Our family has relied on Ideal Windows for our entire window needs over 20 years. We have built our business on three basic principles; quality, value and service. This is why Ideal Windows has been and continues to be the 'Ideal' fit for us. Ideal windows make a quality window for every budget and back it up with a warranty that can actually be counted on.

Their service is unmatched and we are still able to get parts and fix windows that we installed 20 years ago. Ideal has also proven themselves to be an industry leader in new features and glass packages to stay ahead of the competition and energy star requirements. As we've expanded and added other exterior remodeling services to our business, one thing had stayed constant. Ideal has set the standard to which all other company's are judged.

Steve - Window Installation Company - from 2015


Ideal Windows vs Harvey

I had a quote on Soft Lite and the installer quoted me almost 25k for the job the other 5 installers quoted around 19k. Out of range for what I anticipated it would cost. Regrettably it seems these window manufacturers allow only certain vendors the right to sell and this limits who carriers what in the area. I also had quotes on windows from Ideal, Harvey and 2 for OKNA 400 vs 500. The journey to find the right installer and the best window started in late April and we are still looking. It has been a confounding path to say the least. Next to buying my car I have had to "do my homework" carefully and still no concrete decisions. Hope to arrive at one soon.

Nan - Homeowner - from 2015

[Contractor Response]

Yes, the journey to finding good replacement windows can be a difficult one, so good on you for sticking with it and doing your homework. I would agree that the Soft-Lite is not worth $6K more than the Okna 500 or 400 series (which I still think is your best bet in terms of windows.) Harvey and Ideal are both pretty good companies as well - if you like the quote on the Okna, take the lowest quote you have from the Ideal and Harvey and see if you can get one of the Okna guys to come down to that price and pull the trigger (assuming you feel comfortable with the installers.) Honestly, in terms of vinyl replacement windows, you really can't do much better than Okna - which is usually very similar to Soft-Lite windows cost.

Dane - Contractor - from 2015


Satisfied Customer

I had my house in NJ outfitted with all new windows 6 years ago. We went with Ideals and they've been great so far. They look good and we haven't had any problems. The price was good, too, a lot lower than some we looked at that had similar numbers and features.

Travis - Homeowner - from 2005


Ideal Window Review

We're going to be getting new windows for our home soon. Someone recommended the Ideal UltraWeld to replace our double hung windows. I can't find a lot of info about these online. I did find something about a Polaris UltraWeld but I'm not sure if it's the same window. It looks nice in person, with a thin profile which I like. As far as price and energy efficiency and all that, it seems to be pretty average. It isn't the best or the worst, not the cheapest of the most expensive. I'd like to get a few opinions before we buy.

Freda - Homeowner - from 2012

[Contractor Response]

The Polaris and the Ideal are not the same thing. Polaris is a very solid choice - Ideal is, at best, a mediocre product. They have a flimsy frame and don't hold up as well as windows that are priced at an even slightly higher price point. Look for a product with a U-factor of under .30 and also look at AI numbers. Ideal is a bargain window, and it just doesn't compare to Okna, Soft Lite, or Sunrise.

Matt - Contractor - from 2012

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