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Explore Energy One Windows reviews and costs from consumers and industry experts on this Texas based installation company.

Company Information: Energy One has been in business since 1998 and are a direct to consumer replacement window installer. (Much like Apex Energy Solutions.) This means they either advertise locally or they go neighborhood to neighborhood selling their window services to interested homeowners. Their sales presentations can be lengthy and they often try and close the sale on the same day that they make the pitch.

Energy One Cost: $$$/$$$$
(3/4 out of 5)

What They Sell: According to the company's website, they sell four basic options: a wood clad, vinyl, architectural, and a black interior/exterior window. From what I can suss out, the company sells an Alside window, the 8000 series for their vinyl offering. I'm assuming that the black option is simply an Alside 8000 with a custom black exterior and interior frame color. I did see somewhere that they also sell an NT window, specifically the Solar Pro series.

Locations: Energy One has branches in the following metro centers: Austin, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas Raleigh, and San Antonio.

Energy One Windows gets a 4.4 out of 5 stars based on 2 consumer reviews below.

Dane - Site Editor - Page Updated In January, 2024

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Hey guys, we recently received a quote from energy one windows and we didn’t know whether this was a company that we should be considering or not. The price quote seemed a bit high (they all did), but the salesman assured us they make a top-of-the-line replacement window and patio slider. I would love to know if you think this is true. Thanks in advance for all your hard work.

Debbie - Homeowner - from 2024

[Site Editor's Answer]

Debbie, to the best of my knowledge, Energy One sells an Alside 8000 series. I’m not the biggest fan of the Alside brand. Not to say that it’s a bad option, just saying there are better window brands out there if you’re being charged a premium price point. However, I have also heard that energy one sells an NT series. This would change my opinion to some degree. As far as I’m concerned, NT is quite a nice brand. I’m not exactly sure which series they sell, but the NT presidential and energy masters are both very good window series.

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I guess I would say this, don’t just get this bid without collecting a few others. Then you will have a much better way to compare what different local companies feel your project is worth and you will be able to compare different brands and windows. Send the bids to me and I am happy to take a look and give you my opinion on what I think is your best bet. Thanks for visiting the site, we really appreciate it.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2024

Energy One Alside Venetian Bid

We have gotten a quote from energy one to install replacement double hung triple pane windows in our 4 story home. They are the Venetian series made by alside and come with a lifetime guarantee. We have 31 windows to replace, including 6 sliders. As they want us to be a marketing house, they won’t allow us to reveal pricing. 2 questions: what do you think of these windows and what would be a decent price for this job.

Cari - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Cari, I know that Energy One sells the Alside Venetian, which honestly I still haven't figured out what window this is. Could you find out, it would be a wonderful help to other consumers who have this same issue. Maybe you could ask the salesman what Alside series the Venetian is closest to so that you can look at the features and components on their websites. If they don't want to answer this question, it's a red flag.

A couple more red flags here. The marketing house isn't legit and I don't like this approach. Then, can't reveal pricing -- why? is it proprietary information? such a good deal that it can't enter into the public domain?

Most Alside vinyl windows should run $400 to $550 installed. Anything more than that and I'd say its a bad deal.

I'd keep collecting more bids to see what the fair market price is for the project.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019

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