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Walsh Windows Bid
I have a bid on Walsh Windows, 15 Double Hung and 2 Picture Windows - the series I was quoted on has a U-factor of 0.20, SHGC or 0.24, VT of 0.39, condensation Resistance of 74 and Air Leakage of <=0.3 - from the NFRC Website. This was quoted at about $13,500.
Jennie - Homeowner - from 2017
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Walsh Window Costs vs Okna And Simonton
Hi, I used your advice and got 4 estimates for my replacement windows project, near Green Bay Wisconsin, using your website's referral program. Now I need your assistance with the quotes I received.
About the project: we plan to live in our home for 25 or so years, we are going to replace all of the windows in our home, which means a total of 17 windows. All of these measurements are Width x Height. We have 9 windows that are 34 3/4" x 48 1/2", 2 windows that are 34 3/4" x 62 1/2", 4 windows that are 24 3/4" x 38 1/2" two of which have to be tempered glass, large picture window that is 60 1/2" x 62 1/2" and a transom window right above it that is 60 1/2" x 23 1/2".
The main reason for replacing the windows is because of a pretty bad mold problem on our homes original wood windows. We have a big problem with water on the glass and wood frame and the occasional ice buildup on some of the windows. The house is about 8 1\2 years old, pretty tight except for the windows and about 40% humidity which kind of goes up and down some depending on how well our home's main exhaust fan is working (which our builder told us to run during the winter months to keep the humidity level down).
Now, for the estimates:
1.) Walsh Tundra 6000 double hung and Tundra 6700 picture windows with their Tundra Thermal Performance Package #4 triple pane vinyl replacement window in their basic white color. No grids or special colors/laminates. The sales and install is by Exquisite Windows and Doors, LLC. at a quoted price of about $16,200 installed.
2.) Okna series 900 Starmark double hung triple pane composite replacement windows with the upgraded deluxe package in their basic white color and no grids. The sales and install is by AHT, Inc. at a quoted price of about $32,300 installed. (Side note: AHT does not carry any other window model than the Starmark series and they claim the Starmark window was mostly designed by them (AHT) and they brought it to Okna for the manufacturing.)
3.) Next is Tundraland, Inc. for their Tundraland series double-hung triple pane vinyl replacement windows in their basic white color and install done by Tundraland at a quoted price of about $25,000 installed. They are at "tundraland.com".
4.) Simonton 6500 series VantagePoint double hung double pane vinyl replacement window quoted by The Home Depot and installed by a Home Depot contractor. The price is their BEST replacement value of $13,844. They did provide a “GOOD” and “BETTER” choice of windows but those were pretty basic windows which I just eliminated right away.
I really like the Starmark series but the price seems way out of line (As does the Tundraland estimate) and the sales/installation company might have no competition in selling the Starmark series in Wisconsin. Am I missing anything or is the value way below the price?
Randy - Homeowner - from 2017
[Site Editor's Answer]
Randy, the Simonton 6500 VantagePointe is an okay window, but I think you need a better vinyl window than this to handle the winter weather you guys get in Wisconsin.
I agree with you that $32K for 17 windows is just way too much – the Starmark is a very good composite window, but I’m confused how they can justify charging $1900 per window.
I don’t know Tundraland windows, it looks like they make their own windows, but I can’t comment either way on them.
I know that the Walsh Tundra makes a solid vinyl window and that they have a solid reputation in the area – over 40 years in business. This is what I’m leaning towards right now. I’d be interested to hear what the air infiltration on these windows is -- .10 or lower is good, .05 or lower is great.
I sort of think you need a couple more bids (I know you’ve already done four) – for instance the Okna 400 or 500 windows should be less than the Starmark, but they are excellent vinyl windows. Maybe there is an Okna rep. in your area – google “okna windows green bay” and see what you get.
Zen windows (they sell Soft-Lite) or Sunrise might also be available – check to see if any of these three brands are sold in your area and see if you can get a couple more bids from some of these top brands.
It’s a lot of work I know, but with everything going on with your windows, I think it’s worth a little more time. So far, I think that the Walsh bid is the front runner.
Tim - Site Editor - from 2017
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