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Comfort Windows And Doors Reviews

Comfort Windows And Doors is an upstate New York home remodeling company. The company has been in business since 1979 and offers replacement windows, doors, vinyl siding, roofing and bathrooms. They service a large swath of New York, including Albany, Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse. Scroll down to read our Comfort Windows And Doors reviews.

Comfort Windows And Doors gets a 4.1 out of 5 stars based on 6 Comfort Windows And Doors reviews below.

Have a Comfort Windows question or quote that you need help with? We can provide unbiased advice - Dane - Site Editor

Comfort Windows Cost: $$/$$$
(2/3 out of 5)

Comfort Replacement Windows

Comfort Windows And Doors offers three vinyl window selections: their Signature, Premier, and Select series. In terms of overall quality, this is still an unknown to me. I have searched online, but have still not been able to suss out the actual window they install. Their installation services seem very solid though.

Comfort Windows Warranty

The company offers a very nice warranty on their windows, including lifetime on the windows themselves and lifetime on the labor coverage. As well, it is also transferable for the lifetime of the window, a provision not found in most warranties. Finally, the warranty includes a glass breakage provision, again a great feature to have. All in all, an impressive sounding warranty. Of course, all warranties include exclusions and small print so please read the document in its entirety as these things have a tendency to change over time.

Dane - Site Editor - Page Last Updated: April 27, 2024

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Comfort vs Home Depot

Hi there, I live in Ithaca, New York and we plan to replace 15 windows in all. Many will use triple pane in the glass and 4 will have tempered glass. Here is what we have:

Okna 500DX and 800DX mix: $12.3K - (Okna Windows Reviews)
Home Depot 6500 Simontons $14.9K
Home Depot Andersen 100s $18.4K - (Home Depot Window Installation Reviews)
Comfort W&D $21K
Pella 250 $23K

These are just on the windows only (I wrote TPW for triple pane fyi)
Polaris Ultraweld $7961 TPW
Sunrise V4000 $8683 TPW
Vytex Potomac $8700 TPW, (or $7100 for double pane)
Provia Endure $9168 TPW
Soft Lite Imperial LS $12415 TPW

My main question related to the glass -- double pane vs triple pane windows. I want to do the triple for the better insulation, but I worry that they will look weird with the darker glass. Love to hear your thoughts on this!

Ben - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Ben! I typically advise homeowners to go with triple pane if you have very cold winters, which I think you do. It's hard to provide cost advise here because your bids are so divided and without knowing the labor cost to install windows on the bottom half, I'm struggling. So I'll split them up.

For your top bids that are full install prices, I would definitely go with the Okna bid, which is the least expensive and two of the best vinyl windows out there in my opinion. Win win. I would ask about upgrading to a triple pane glass here and see how that affects the price.

On the bottom half, I would also go with the least expensive bid, which is also (probably) the best window of the bunch. Win win again. In terms of glass, it's a trade off. Some people are really bugged by the slightly darker tint and others don't even notice it once it's in the house. I'm in the latter camp and I think it probably makes sense to go with the triple pane option for your location.

Those are my thoughts. Please let me know if you have any additional questions!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023

Warranty Issue

Hi Dane, my name is Michelle and I now live with my mom. She bought 27 of the comfort windows for her mobile home about 15-20 years ago. One window when pushed up doesn’t go up and is so heavy I can’t even lift it. I think it has a life time warranty and need to know who I can get to replace it or fix it. She doesn’t have any paperwork nor does she remember who installed them. We enjoyed the windows and would like to use the same kind. Looking forward to hearing back from you,

Michelle - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Michelle, my advice would be to find the dealer from Comfort Windows that handles your area, and give them a call. There is an 800 number at the website below that should let you find the local dealer. When you call up the 800 number maybe act like you are looking for the dealer in order to get new windows. Then when you talk to the company/rep, ask about their warranty and if it is a lifetime warranty. When and if they say yes, then let them know you have their windows and would like to make a warranty claim.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021

Comfort Windows And Doors Reviews

Hi Dane, we need to have some double hungs replaced in our attached garage. I was wondering if you are familiar with the vinyl replacement windows manufactured by Comfort Windows & Doors? They manufacture them in Upstate New York. I received two quotes from the salesman. One was for an Energy Thermal Star vinyl replacement window manufactured by AMI windows. The other was for Comfort W&D own custom series, which was approximately $600 dollars more.

Either model would be installed by Comfort, but the one they manufacture has a lifetime warranty. However, I have read online reviews where they don't always follow-through on the warranty when people make claims. I was wondering if you think it would be wiser to purchase the AMI replacement windows, or are Comfort windows likely a superior product?

Thank you.

Roger - Homeowner - from 2020

[Website Editor Reply]

Roger, normally I'm not a big fan of either of these window brands, but it is for a garage so they are probably just fine. Honestly, the windows are probably pretty close to one another in terms of quality. I did a quick check of Comfort and they seem to have good reviews. I would probably pay the extra $600 only because they obviously know the ins and out of installing their own. This mitigates your risk for installation errors, which can make the difference between a window with issues and 20 years of hassle free garage windows. That is my two cents.

Dane - Website Editor - from 2020

Buffalo Window Question

Do you have any information on comfort windows in New York State? They make their own series and we also got a quote from stockmohr and they use Revere - Berkshire elite dh 5000. We live in the buffalo area and any information and/or suggestions would be appreciated.

Judy - Homeowner - from 2018

[Website Editor Reply]

Judy, I don't know anything about Comfort W&D -- I would check other review sites to try and make a judgement. The Berkshire Elite 5000 is a decent mid range vinyl window. I might keep looking, maybe see if Okna has a dealer in your area.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018

Comfort Windows vs Champion

I live in Clifton Park, NY and I can’t seem to find either of the window companies you talk about (Okna or Soft-Lite) in my area. There’s the usual Andersen or Pella distributors and a local company - Comfort Windows and Doors and Champion Windows. I am interested in whole window replacement (25 in total) because I do not want to give up glass area and I think it will give better overall insulation. Any suggestions and thanks for your comfort windows and doors reviews - great resource for us noobs.

Marci - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Marci, try googling Sunrise for instance. I came up with a company that carries the Sunrise Restoration — since I don't know the area, I'm not sure if they cover your zip code or not. They should, however, have some good information on who does service your area if you call them. You can also call up the window companies I mentioned and ask if they have any reps or dealers that may be willing to give you a bid. Sometimes you have to fill out one of their online forms but try calling first. I'll bet they have a dealer who would come give you a bid.

In addition to Okna and Soft-Lite, try Sunrise, Zen, HiMark, Polaris, ProVia, and Vytex windows. Two or more of these companies has local dealers in your zip code I'm sure. Stick with their mid range to premium vinyl window series.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017

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