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Read Eastern Architectural Systems reviews from consumers and industry experts on their HR1000 windows.

Company Information: Eastern Architectural Systems is a Florida based company that was purchased by Eastern Metal around 2013. Although a smaller window company, they do seem to make a good window.

Eastern Architectural Systems gets a 4.2 out of 5 stars based on 7 EAS Windows reviews below.

Dane - Site Editor - Page Updated in January, 2024

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Eastern Architectural Systems Windows

Hello Dane, we filled out a form on the review website and immediately received a call from Window Wall. The brand name of the window is Eastern Architectural Systems out of Ft. Myers, FL. This brand is not on your list of recommended window manufacturers. Their price for 5 single hung windows is $5700.

Osceola Tile & Glass in St. Cloud quoted a slightly lower price for PGT 5400 windows.

We would greatly appreciate your thoughts on the window choice.


Nancy - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Nancy, I just looked up Window Wall and they get great reviews and the EAS windows are typically a solid product…but I know the PGT 5400 single hung window and its a very good product. Osceola Tile and Glass gets very solid reviews as well — so its sort of a toss up for me. I might be leaning toward the PGT 5400 with the Osceola right now.

My good and great windows list struggles to translate to the Florida market as many of those brands aren’t available in your state. Combine a good company with a solid product and you should be served well —

Sunrise should be available but I don’t know if they have a dealer in your area…

Which company gave you the better feel and order time?

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023

Eastern Architectural Impact Windows Reviews

Good morning, we had a bank if 4 Eastern Architectural impact windows installed in our western facing family room. Two are stationary and the flanking windows crank out.

This morning, all 4 are fogged up, with heavy condensation on the outside.

This happened before. The installer came out after a 2 week lag, and said it was due to pinholes in the caulk on the outside.

The inside temp is 73 and humidity is 66.

The outside temp is 71.

We have yet to pay the balance of the price of $6500

Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.

Thank you for providing insight to those of us who are neophytes about living in Florida.

Thomas - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Thomas, I would first refer you to this article:


If this doesn't help, I would withhold payment until your issues can be taken care of. They might not have properly sealed the windows.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2021

EAS Impact Vinyl Windows

Hello Dane, I have a two part question.I'm looking to replace four (4) windows and install impact vinyl.

Sizes- 74 X 63 (2) 53X38 (2) I was given a price of $1684 and $921 respectively for EAS (Bertha vinyl impact)

I also need impact sliders 143X96. These meet at 90 degree angle. Have to modify sill and top plate to install $13250.00 for Aluminum FD 8100 series EAS 75x96

I've used CWS 8100 series before. Your thoughts? I am hearing CWS not the same as before with new ownership

Jose - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jose, $1684 seems on the high side for a 74" by 63" impact window. You may want to get a bid from a Sunrise window dealer on their Coastal Series or a Soft-Lite dealer on their Armor Max series. I'd be interested to see how they compare to the Bertha impact window prices. EAS is still a bit of a mystery to me and I'd have to look at specific reviews on the company doing the install before I gave them a strong endorsement.

I generally hear good things about CWS. I haven't heard any bad things about the new ownership, but perhaps I'm not as tuned in as you are. If you do have a forum link to criticism of the new ownership, I'd love to take a look. I'd tend to give the nod to CWS over EAS.

I'd get a bid from a Simonton dealer on their Stormbreaker Plus -- a solid impact window that is usually pretty reasonably price.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019

EAS Windows vs CWS

Hello Tim, I’ve been on your website and really appreciate the education that it provides. I just had a window replacement guy out at the house to give a quote. He was really pushing EAS windows. I noticed that many people had asked about those windows in 2016 and was wondering if you have any better feel for the product?

So far, I like the CWS windows product but can’t get any intel on the EAS product. If you have any updated information I’d be grateful for any input you might have. Thanks for your time and efforts.

Kind Regards,

Nat - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Nat, I don't know anything more about EAS windows than what I knew in 2016. My one line response is that they seem to be a decent window, but I don't hear much about them. I would be inclined to endorse CWS windows over EAS for the simple reason that I know CWS makes a very solid and reliable product. Of course, if there was a big price difference between the two, I think you'd certainly have to take that into consideration.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017

Eastern Architectural Windows vs. Shoreline

We are making the move to spend more time in our condo in the Naples FL area from a Michigan. We have single pane aluminum windows and desperately need an upgrade for sound and energy benefits. We've had a few contractors out providing estimates for windows including Shoreline and Eastern Architectural windows. Not knowing much about these brands I'm looking for your updated 2017 replacement window recommendations as well as any knowledge you may have about the above brands.

Thanks so much!

Sharon - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Sharon, I have never heard of shoreline, so I can't speak to their quality. Eastern Architectural windows generally seems to make a decent window, but I don't feel like I know enough about them to say that definitely. I would get a few more bids to get some good comparisons going. PGT and CWS are two other Florida based companies that make quality vinyl and aluminum clad windows. The other window you might want to take a look at is the Simonton StormBreaker Plus. Although this is a hurricane or impact window, it will have some good sound and energy efficiency.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017

EAS HR1000 vs PGT

Hi Dane. How do eas series hr1000 windows compare to pgt?

Connie - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Connie, I don't hear a ton about Eastern Architectural Systems and honestly don't know a lot about the quality of their products. I do think the quality of PGT is quite high and I would certainly use many of their windows in my own home if I had the choice. I tend to think its better to go with a known brand, such as PGT, over one that has very little presence in the industry. But that's just my opinion.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016

Eastern Architectural Windows vs Simonton StormBreaker Plus

Can you compare the Simonton StormBreaker Plus vs Eastern Architectural Bertha products for me? I have 11 windows and 3 SGD....all vinyl impact resistant as I live in Cape Coral, FL. Simonton quote was $20k and Eastern was $16k...installed. This is for my young son's starter home and I doubt they'll be there more than 5-7 years. Any input will be greatly appreciated.

Mel - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mel, I don't hear much about Eastern Architectural Products and I tried to download their product brochure but they make you fill out some form. (I wasn't impressed with this tactic given that they should want consumers to know as much about their windows and doors as possible.) I know they focus on Florida and I believe they are owned by Eastern Metal. I believe they make a solid vinyl window, but I can't voch for them.

The Stormbreaker Plus is a good impact window that is often sold at a competitive price point. I often recommend this, as well as PGT and Custom Window Systems impact windows for your area. You may want to get a bid from these companies and see how they compare.

Normally, I would say go with the Simonton StormBreaker Plus, tired and true, but the fact that this is a starter home gives me pause. I would say this, compare the U-value, Design Pressure and Air Infiltration numbers between the two windows and see how close they are. If they are close to one another, I think you probably go with the less expensive option.

I always feel sort of guilty with this recommendation because someone down-the-line might bear the cost (the next homeowner), but my advise is for you and not them.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

Eastern Architectural Systems vs PGT Windows

I am in the market to upgrade my original Florida crank out windows(single pane glass) and have narrowed my decision to two window manufacturers. They are Eastern Architectural Systems single hung series 1431/1441/2451/2461 and PGT energy vue 5400 series. I am on a tight budget but need the upgrade for aesthetics and efficiency. Can you tell me about each window? I live in Jacksonville Florida proudly serving in the U.S. Navy. I appreciate your help!

Gus - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Gus, I have never heard of Eastern Architectural Systems, although it looks like they are part of Earthwise Windows And Doors, which is a loose knit group of smaller window manufacturers. Most of these smaller manufacturers buy all of their window parts and asemble them at the local factory and sell them within their regional market. The original impetus for the group was that smaller regional manufacturers lacked the resources and infrastructure (marketing materials, sales, support, engineers, designers, etc) of the larger national window manufacturers. They therefore banded together under the Earthwise group to take advantage of its branding, product awareness and national presence.

I like the PGT Energy Vue 5400 window, this is what I would go with. Make sure whoever installs it, has lots of experience with this particular window.

If you want two additional suggestions (the more bids you have, the easier it is to negotitate down the price). CWS and Simonton are both available in your area and are both very solid options as well - you can call up CWS Windows and ask for the local company that services your area.

Thank you for serving our country, please let me know if you have ANY additional questions and I'm more than happy to give you my advise!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016

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