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Editor's Ecoview Window Review

According to their website, Ecoview Windows And Doors is a franchised business that was the brainchild of Window World (or someone who once worked at WW). The company is headquartered in Georgia.

EcoView claims to utilize eco-friendly products. It seems pretty clear that the company sells a relabeled window (instead of manufacturing them themselves). The company sells three window series. The EcoView 3000 series is esentially the Simonton Assure with a couple of upgrades. The EcoView 7000 series is the Simonton 5050 with upgrades. And finally, the EcoView 9000 series is the Simonton 5500. More information to come.

Dane - Site Editor

EcoView Windows Review

Hi, got quotes from Home Depot and EcoView for 4 picture windows (2 @ 59"x70", 1@28"x70", 1@43"x70") and 1 single hung window (42"x70"), all meets large missile impact level D and wind zone 4 testing standards.

Home Depot Quote = $10,005 (PGT 5500 Vinyl)

EcoView Quote = $6565 (ViWinTech SL 5100)

Noted that the ViWinTech SL has a DP rating of 70 psf.

Is the EcoView quote a better deal?

Dan - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dan, the ViWinTech SL 5100 is a decent impact window and the much better deal here over the PGT for $3500 more. Assuming EcoView has a good reputation for quality installation, this would be my choice for sure.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021

Ecoview in Southern Alabama

Hello, I am looking to replace the original builder grade windows in my home with solid mid-grade windows. The windows are 3 double 3’x5’ and 1 single 3’x5’ - all single hung. I live in Southern Alabama which is hot, high humidity & lots of wind driven rain. A neighbor has had Ecoview replace their windows and are very happy - Ecoview appears to be Franchise operation for installing their windows. Do you know anything about the windows?

Sharon - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Sharon, I don't know much about EcoView windows. Their website provides little to no information on their windows. EcoView seems to be the brainchild of someone associated with Window World at some point. With only that knowledge, I would assume that the windows are from MI or Alside. Typically, these are not known as the best windows, but perhaps their premium vinyl windows are decent.

Ask the salesman what window they are selling and ask for the performance data on them -- U-factor, air infiltration, design pressure, SHGC and VT. Feel free to send it to me and I'll give you my opinion.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018

[Sharon's Reply]

Hi Dane, no further information on Eco View windows - the Eco View Windows of Southern Alabama & Florida salesman neither kept our appointment nor called. I said that I required Performance Data on their windows. They are crossed of the list.

I have a bid on Regency Plus “Conservation” windows. The salesman had all demo items to demonstrate that their windows were made of pure, virgin vinyl and were welded not screwed together. Valid points or sales tactics? He also suggested sliders for the 3 double 3’x5’ windows to save some money over the double hungs ( their single & double hungs are the same price). The windows did look very substantial but with quite large frames. U-factor .29, solar heat gain 0.19, AI 0.1, VT 0.45. They also meet all of Florida’s stringent codes.

I have really appreciated al the information available here - I feel that there is someone in my corner. Cheers to you fellows.

Sharon - Homeowner - from 2018

Ecoview Windows vs. Showcase And Sunrise

I have a high end house on the market that had Precision Millworks windows that failed. They rotted after 8 yrs and I had active termites. I treated immediately, but now they have to be replaced. They were a PVC material on the outside and wood inside.

The manufacturer won't honor warranty because painter caulked over weep holes...which I cant even see on other windows. They are 3x8 single light windows., low E, tempered (argon insulated)glass.

I have received bids from Sunrise, Ecoview, and Showcase. I am not sure of the quality of them. This is s $1 million plus home. Any suggestions? Must have vinyl probably due to moisture in area less than a mile from Lake Ponchartrain in South Louisiana.

Claire - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Claire, sorry to hear about your previous windows, that is a very short (and costly) shelf life for windows. So I have never heard of Showcase windows. I looked them up and saw they are part of Earthwise window group, which is a group of smaller manufacturers who have kind of banded together to share manufacturing facilities and marketing mechanisms to help them compete against the larger window companies. In general, they are thought to make a good, but not great, vinyl window.

Ecoview seems to be a local company that makes their own windows and their website provides no performance data on them so I can't say much about them. The site language that they install any replacement window from $199 to $289 leads me to believe they are probably installer entry level replacement windows (in the same vein as a Window World.)

That brings us to Sunrise, which is a very quality window company. I know the rep in New Orleans has a very good reputation as an installer and pays close attention to detail. This is what I would recommend without hesitation. The Sunrise Classic or just Sunrise window is very good and the premium Restorations window is excellent. They also offer interior wood laminates that are pretty impressive and worth a look at the very least. They offer the look of wood, but the durability, cost, and low maintenance of vinyl.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017

EcoView Windows Bid

HD went to the project address then gave me an estimate that seemed high, so I called Ecoview for another estimate (FYI: HD's estimate was using American Craftsman, not Simonton.). I live in a different area than the project and I think HD took that for granted.

I will meet with Ecoview tomorrow in person. Over the phone, the high end of their estimate came in $500 below HD's Craftsman estimate – $1200 below Simonton). At the same time, Ecoview'sphone estimate is on their low end product line, and they will quote the next level up, too. Thanks for your advice!

Drew - Homeowner - from 2016

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