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Enviroview Windows Question
I have enviroview windows that need replacing under warranty. the company I purchased them from 10 yrs ago have gone out of business. Who do I contact to get them replaced through my warranty?
Lynn - Homeowner - from 2020
[Site Editor's Answer]
Lynne, I believe that the Enviroview window was made by AMI, or Alside, a large window and building company. I would doubt that you’re going to have much luck getting them to replace your windows. However, I would do a search for a local Alside window dealer in your area. Basically any company that sells Alside near you.
Call them up and ask for them to give you a bid on your windows. (You’re not actually getting new windows, but it will get them out there.) When they come out, explain the situation and ask if they cover your window under their warranty.
I would start by seeing if they know about Enviroview and get them to admit they made them.
I’m a bit unclear on Enviroview though so this is sort of a off the cuff answer/approach. It’s the only one that comes to mind unfortunately.
Dane - Site Editor - from 2020
Enviroview Windows vs. Reliabilt
Hi, we have owned our Tulsa, OK home for 7 years and are replacing all of the windows. It's either 19 windows or 14 windows depending on how you count them up :)
They are all builder grade aluminum windows, plus a bay window. We have harsh winters and hot summers so I'm a bit confused if vinyl windows will work. At any rate, here are our three bids so far.
Reliabilt 3201: $9990
Pella 250: $10,120
Pella 350: $13,440
Enviroview Windows: $11,860
Wincore 7700: $9800
Becca - Homeowner - from 2018
[Site Editor's Answer]
Hi Becca, you have lots of bids, which is great. I like the Wincore 7700 better than the others. It is the superior window over the Reliabilt 3201, which is priced out nearly identical to the Wincore.
Enviroview Windows sells a rebranded Alside Excalibur, which is a poor quality window that will not provide you with long terms value in my opinion.
You may want to take a lookout Don Young Windows, which makes a very good aluminum window that will hold up to your summers and winters (but is not going to be as energy efficient as a vinyl window).
Dane - Site Editor - from 2018
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