Norco Window Reviews | Read Opinions, Complaints And Comments



REVIEWS BEST WINDOWS PRICES STYLES

Home : Window Companies : Norco Windows Reviews



Send your window quotes -- dane@replacementwindowsreviews.co

Norco Windows Reviews

Read 4 Norco windows reviews from contractors who have worked with these products. Norco was a wood and aluminum window manufacturer that was acquired by Jeld Wen Windows in the mid 1990s. For repairs or other issues, consumers should contact Jeld Wen directly.

Have a question on window quotes, prices, or reviews? Send our site editor Dane your questions, and get personalized answers that can save you thousands of dollars on your project!


Norco Windows

We have Norco windows in our house but 2 of our lower double hung windows the seal are leaking allowing air and moisture between the panes. Our house was built 18 years ago and the builder is no longer in business.

Any suggestions?

Paul - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Paul, Norco sold to Jeld Wen many years ago, but Jeld Wen has no legal responsibility to fix any Norco warranty claims. Welcome to corporate America. Your best bet is to go on yelp and find a local window repair person and ask for a free bid. I think they should be able to fix the glass on two or three of them for a fair price.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


Norco Window Residue

Hi, we bought our house in 2015. It was built in 1995. It still has the original windows in it which are Norco windows. There is residue between the panes. Is there any type of warranty for these?

Jolene - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jolene, unfortunately Norco sold all of their assets to Jeld Wen way back when. I would say your best bet is to use something like yelp to find a local window repair person and have them come out and provide you with a free estimate and opinion.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


Replacing Norco Windows

I had my Norco wood casement windows replaced after 8 years in 2003, I have limped along with the replacement Norco windows until this year and have to do something as the the frame around the window mostly on bottom is falling apart.

I am getting a quote from Jeld-wen direct to replace again with a 40 % discount they say on price. They apparently bought out Norco sometime ago. They tell me that they guarantee the wood on their windows for 20 years or life or something like that. They have the order I sent in for replacements back in 2003 and should know what windows I need.

It is crazy to have to replace your windows twice in 20 years I am told and do not want to have to do again.

My question to you is what is your confidence level in the Jeld-wen product and likely hood that it will be problem free. I am guessing the price will be attractive to other options but in my mind only if it is the last window I have to put in the house. I expect a quote from them later this week and if it would help give a better opinion could get you detail on window they quoted.

Appreciate your thoughts. Rod

- Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Rod, yes Jeld Wen did buy Norco a while back, although I'm not sure I would use this as the litmus test in terms of who you should go with for your next set of replacement windows. I rarely recommend Jeld Wen for vinyl windows, although I have to say their doors are quite nice. Their aluminum clad auralast wood windows are pretty interesting, I have been tacitly recommending them lately, although it is only based on several conversations I've had with reps, the lifetime warranty on the treated wood, and the samples I've seen. Nothing hard tested and proven.

Certainly get their bid, but I would absolutely get more bids than this. There are much better vinyl windows out there than Jeld Wen and you shouldn't be replacing your vinyl windows for another 25 years or more. I would check to see if Okna, Sunrise, Polaris, and Soft-Lite windows have local companies who carry their window series. These are 4 of the top window brands and at least a couple should be available. The other two that are a tier below these top companies will be Wallside and Simonton, these two brands will definitely be available in your area.

Get three bids and see how they compare. If you really want wood, then I think you should consider the Jeld Wen auralast windows, but if it were me, I'd stick with vinyl - better warranty, better energy efficiency, lower cost.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


Norco Window Review

Norco is no longer operating, it was bought up by Jeld Wen and is now called the Jeld-Wen Premium Collection. Norco manufactured three window lines, including the Teton, Siteline and the Traditions Plus. All three models were wood interiors with a option of either an aluminum cladding or an Auralast wood veneer. I believe the Jeld Wen window warranty on the Auralast is 20 years and covers insect damage, rot and water absorption. In addition to their Premium Collection, Jeld Wen also offers the Pozzi and the Builder's Wood Series.

Billy - Contractor - from 2007






Select Type Of Window
Select Frame Material
Window Brand Quality
Installation Requirements
How Many Windows?
Zip Code






Related Topics: Jeld Wen Windows Reviews







Private Policy