Replacement Windows In Ohio
Explore replacement windows in Ohio and find popular and available manufacturers throughout the state.
Soft-Lite is a top vinyl window manufacturer that is based out of Ohio, but has distribution in many of the surrounding states. They are one of the faster growing window companies, with a booming franchise in Zen Windows and several strategic rebranding partnerships such as Envision Windows. The company itself manufacturers six different window models, from the entry level Barrington up to the premium Elements series. While we never really recommend buying an entry level window), the rest of the Soft-Lite fleet is very solid for the price point.
Polaris is based out of Toldeo, Ohio and owned by Modern Builders Supply. Polaris isn't one of the larger window manufacturers, but they do have a very solid reputation in the industry for making some quality windows at competitive price points. Polaris doesn't have the widest distribution going, but they should have local reps, companies or showrooms in Ohio and the remaining states.
Stanek prices fall in the mid range for vinyl and impact windows. Stanek is more of a regional manufacturer (based in Cleveland Ohio), although they have expanded outwards since being bought by a larger company and can be pretty aggressive in the marketing and approach. In general, the company enjoys a good reputation for making solid vinyl and hurricane windows. They are not a true manufacturer per se, but instead buy all of the parts for the window and then assemble them in the factory, which is a fairly common practice throughout the industry.
Wallside is a Michigan company that should offer their products and services to homeowners in Michigan, as well as Ohio. The company manufactures their own line of vinyl windows and sells them direct to the consumer, which they use as a selling point for why they are so inexpensive. The company handles the installation and servicing of the windows in case there are any issues.
Window Shopping In Ohio
Hi folks. I've come across this site and i'm trying to figure out its reason for being, if you will. Am I right in thinking it's put together by experts (contractors?) who provide info/input/thoughts on various windows, along with a forum for customers to provide their reviews as well? As a long-term sceptic of altruism, I'm just curious why? I've found the site really helpful so far, as we start exploring window options, so no complaints! I'm just used to an "about us" page that explains a bit about a site. I don't see any adds or revenue generating aspects. Are installation services available here as well? Curious "window shopper" in Ohio :-)
[Site Editor's Response]
Hi Dorrie, the site generates money when consumers fill out the "Local Contractors Form" to get free window bids at the top of each page. We hope that the site provides excellent information to help you avoid some of the pitfalls in the process of shopping for windows - they are not exactly inexpensive :)
Plygem or Unishield Plus
We are looking to replace our patio door. Do you recommend the Plygem or Unishield Plus?
[Site Editor's Response]
It appears that Ply Gem and Universal both make decent windows and doors, probably mid range quality for each. Ply Gem is obviously the bigger company and that has some positives in terms of warranty, overall strength of company and replacement parts.
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