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Bell Brothers Windows vs Ply Gem Pro

Hi Dane, I am replacing 26 windows in my home in California, in the Valley where summers reach over 100 degrees. Most contractors are selling me on the Ply Gem Pro windows since they are the best value. I am comparing that to the Millard Tuscany (which most say is overpriced to the Ply Gem) and a quote from Bell Brothers for their new window line. I like the Bell Brothers windows since it seems like their window has everything, but their quote is high and I cannot find reviews for their windows online. I can't tell if it's truly a great window or just a good sales presentation. Can you share what window is the best, long term value between these three.

Katrina - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Katrina, the Ply Gem Pro window is a decent mid range window, I don't love the air infiltration numbers on the Pro to be honest. I do feel like the Tuscany is a better window, but that's not to say that it isn't overpriced, depending on the bid prices you are getting. In recommending window brands and companies I look at past performance, performance numbers and overall consumer satisfaction to make my determinations – this doesn't mean that it's right in every project or every instance. That being said, depending on the price quote, I would put a Milgard Tuscany window in my house over a Ply Gem Pro – I like the fact that Milgard has factories in California.

I don't know anything about Bell Brothers. They look to be an HVAC company in Sacramento and they look to have good overall reviews (although the Google reviews are SO good, they seem a touch suspect to me – the yelp reviews I think speak for themselves since they are hard to fake.) Ask the Bell Brother sales rep for the U-value, DP and AI numbers on the window they quote you out at. You want a window with a U-value of .30 or lower (.25 and lower is good), an AI of .10 or lower (.05 or lower is excellent) and a DP of 30 or greater.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

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