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Max Guard Hurricane Windows Reviews

Max Guard Hurricane Windows is based out of West Palm Beach (Riviera Beach) Florida and has been in business since 1982. The company specializes in impact windows and patio doors across all of South Florida. I don't hear a ton about Max Guard and their reviews are a bit spotty across the different review sites. Scroll down to read Max Guard Hurricane Windows Reviews

Overall Rating: Max Guard Hurricane Windows gets a 3.8 out of 5 stars based on 4 consumer reviews below.

Have a Max Guard question or quote that you need help with? We've got advice - Dane - Site Editor


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Max Guard Windows And Doors

Max Guard is an installation company only, meaning they don't manufacture any windows or patio doors. Instead, they sell and install certain window brands - effectively they are a local window dealer. Two brands that Max Guard sells are Shwinco Windows for their hurricane impact windows and the well known Andersen brand for their composite and wood clad windows. In terms of their overall quality, I think the verdict is still out - I would certainly get a bid from Max Guard, but I would strongly advise homeowners to back this up with at least three other price quotes. This is especially true with impact windows, where the pricing can vary greatly.


"Max Guard sells Schwinco and Andersen - both quality brands that should serve homeowners well - given thorough and professional installation."


Max Guard Window Warranty

The company is not very transparent in terms of their warranty terms and details on their website. In fact, I could only find a simple and rather vague statement on their site that stated - Max Guard offers a lifetime warranty on the materials and labor. If they truly offer a lifetime warranty on labor, then color me impressed.

The warranty on the material side is going to be based on the Schwinco or Andersen Windows warranty. Our replacement window warranty page has the basic rundown on most company's terms and exclusions, including Shwinco and Andersen.

Dane - Site Editor - Page Last Updated: May 3, 2024

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Homeowner Questions And Answers

Below you'll find Max Guard hurricane windows reviews from consumers and homeowners who have either received price bids from the company or have had the company install their actual windows. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out using the email found above.

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Which Price Quote

We received a Max Guard price quote on 2 hurricane sliding windows for our 3rd floor condo. This was for Schwinco, although I don't have the model name or number. Seems high to me - yes?

Patrick - Homeowner - from 2022

[Website Editor Reply]

Patrick, yes that's high for 2 windows - even if they are impact rated. I'd continue to collect bids to get some more replacement price quotes. Impact windows can vary greatly from company to company.

Dane - Website Editor - from 2022



Palm Beach Project Bids

I live here in Palm Beach and have a series of quotes that I'd love to get your take on -- this is on 20 windows and 3 large patio doors with moveable panels (two 2 panel and 1 three panel)

CitiQuiet PGT Winguard: $38K | Custom Window Systems Hurricane Series: $39K | Window World StormForce: $41K | New South Windows: $47K | MaxGuard Hurricane Windows: $49K

Glenn - Homeowner - from 2018

[Website Editor Reply]

Glen pretty fair prices given the large panel sliders you have. I like the PGT Winguard - so my winner would be the CitiQuiet PGT Winguard for $38K. The CWS option for $39K seems nice too. I like the StormForce series, but I don't think it's better than the other two options so I would go with the lower priced bids myself. The Max Guard quote is just too expensive for me to endorse this bid. Have you read any of our Max Guard hurricane windows reviews yet - that might be a good place to glean some additional information.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018








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