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Newpro Window Question

Apparently the current windows are not Pella but a brand I’ve never heard of called Newpro. Any info is welcome. Then may be able to repair the glass and sash cords for $175 per window not counting labor. The windows are from 1997. I’m wondering if it will be worth it to repair them. Thanks again.

Naomi - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Naomi, I really don't know anything about New Pro. I did a search for "newpro window reviews" and the reviews/results were anywhere from 2.5 stars out of 5 to 4.5 out of 5. Kind of all over the board. I'm assuming the window is an average vinyl window.

Can you replace the parts...probably. I would at least get the estimated labor cost because you might be looking at $300 per window to repair them. Then the question becomes if I paid $600 a window for brand new windows, would that be worth it. Tricky question...

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

Newpro Windows Reviews

I honestly don't know if Newpro makes decent windows or not. All I can say is that the sales pitch is so horrible I knew long before it was over that I would never buy from them, ever. It takes hours, and he started with a really high price and kept dropping it little by little trying to make us sign. I think he called his manager ten or twelve times to "get a special deal" like this isn't the way they always play the game. When we finally got him to leave, it still wasn't over. We got phone calls for months, offering discounts for all kinds of things and asking if they could put a sign in our yard. Just stay away.

Joe - Consumer - from 2010

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