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Heartland Windows Reviews

Heartland Windows is a Aplington, Iowa based company that has been in business since 1994. The company manufactures a single vinyl window series, as well as a patio sliding, french, and terrace door. The company has distribution across Iowa, as well as a number of surrounding states. In general, a decent vinyl window that is often sold at a fair price point. Scroll down to read our Heartland Windows reviews.

Overall Rating: Heartland Windows gets a 4.1 out of 5 stars based on 5 consumer reviews below.

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


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


Heartland Windows Warranty

On the plus side, the Heartland warranty is a single sheet and easy to read, so please do so prior to purchase. The company offers a lifetime limited warranty on the frame, sash, and parts to be free from defects. The warranty is transferrable to a second owner, but there is a transfer warranty that must be submitted to Heartland, along with a $75 fee. All in all, a pretty blah warranty - but not the worst in the business

Dane - Site Editor - Page Last Updated: March 25, 2024

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Heartland vs Pella

Dane, we’ve gotten several bids from companies here in Iowa, which is what my wife and I felt most comfortable using, which is locally sourced manufacturers. Heartland gave us a bid on their 700 series I believe, and this came out to approximately $720 per window. I felt like this is a pretty good price when I compare it to Pella 250 vinyl window which came out to $780 per window. I was curious how you thought these two series stacked up against one another?

Stephen - Homeowner - from 2024

[Site Editor's Answer]

Stephen, I would say the Pella 250 is worth the $60 more per window that the price quote came out to be. Having said that, on the face of it, $700 per window for what amounts to a pretty average vinyl window isn’t spectacular pricing. I’m not saying it’s unfair. I’m just saying it’s possible that there are some better options out there.

I think heartland makes a decent product, but I do think Pella makes a better vinyl window series. The company who is doing the work on your house, is certainly going to make a difference in terms of the overall quality and longevity that you can expect from the windows. So take a close look, and do your due diligence in terms of the installation company itself.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2024


Heartland Windows Reviews

Do you know of and like the vinyl windows by Heartland? We stopped at Discount Windows & Wares, Inc. in Roseville MN. Mark Black, the owner will be over next week to get us a proposal. He likes this brand. It impressed my wife. He says they don't advertise much but make a quality product. They are made in Iowa.

Pete - Homeowner - from 2022

[Website Editor Reply]

Pete, I don't know a ton about Heartland to be honest but our Heartland windows reviews page should have additional consumer information that may come in handy. That is where you might want to start.

Dane - Website Editor - from 2022


Andersen vs Heartland

Hi Dane, as a quick follow-up, we ended up going with the Heartland Hampton slider windows after the Andersen 100 Series contractor had to cancel on us for personal/family reasons. Heartland is perplexing because they just don't put a lot out there, advertising-wise, and there's not a lot online. They are a much smaller company out of Iowa, but the salesman from Creative Covering's NuSash told me they are some of the best windows you can get at this price point ($375/window for four windows), and he's sold them for the past 6-7 years and hasn't had any issues.

Apparently Heartland has excellent customer service, even though they're a smaller company. Our salesman said we could "upgrade" to one of the two Wincore models, but at the end of the day, the extra cost wouldn't be worth it for basement windows. These Heartland Hampton sliders are ENERGY STAR rated windows and the installers have been working with this company for 20+ years, so we felt very comfortable with this.

Thanks again for your help.

Jonathan - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jonathon, I don’t hear a lot about Heartland, but I like what you said about what the rep said. Plus, a great price point. (At that price, even if you have to replace in 12 years you will have gotten your value from them!) Best of luck on your upcoming project and feel free to drop me a line in a few years and let me know how the windows are holding up...if you think of it :)

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021


Heartland Window Quality

Is Heart land a good brand of window? Thank you.

Carol - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Carol, I had never heard of Heartland windows before you mentioned them. There are literally hundreds of small regional vinyl window manufacturers out there. My advise would be to get performance data from the sales rep on air infiltration, U-value, SHGC, VT, and design pressure and compare them to other quotes.

Do a google search using "Sunrise windows in [your howetown], Iowa" and see if local companies carry these windows. Do this for the following vinyl window manufacturers and see what you find. Sunrise, Soft-Lite, Okna, Polaris, Simonton, and Wincore.

You want to get a few quotes because they will vary widely in price and will tell you the going rate for your project. You can also use the quotes to get a better price from the company you like best. Feel free to send me the price quotes and brands and I can let you know my two cents.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017







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