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Read 24 NT window reviews on their Executive and Presidential vinyl windows from contractors and installers who know their products and customer service record.

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NT Traditions Windows Reviews

The NT Traditions series is an exclusive series only available to large volume dealers in and around Texas. Essentially, the NT Traditions windows is the Presidential series, but lacking in a few of the bells and whistles. The window comes standard with a 3/4 inch insulated glass, roll form aluminum screen, a basic locking mechanism, and simpler sash molding at the edges of the glass. A high end mid range vinyl window series that is

Tim - Site Editor


NT Traditions Windows Cost

Hi Dane, we live in the Dallas, TX area and are looking to replace 17 windows [11 Single Hung (1 Tempered), 2 Picture Windows (1 Tempered and Obscured), 4 Single Hung with Arch]. I think we have settled upon NT Windows, but I did include one Sunrise quote we received. I was hoping to get your thoughts on any of these prices and companies (if you have any knowledge of them).

Brennan Corp. based in Arlington quoted:
Traditions Window for $12,900
(I believe this is similar to the NT Presidential, but please correct me if this is incorrect.)

Signature Window for $11,615
(I believe this is similar to the NT Executive, but again, please correct me if this is incorrect.)

American Replacement Windows based in Garland quoted:
NT Presidential for $10,130
NT Executive for $9,630
Sunrise Classic for $12,612

Foster Exteriors based in Dallas quoted:
NT Presidential for $14,200
NT Executive for $13,000

Any insight into the prices and companies would be greatly appreciated.

Ryan - Homeowner - from 2021

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Ryan, I have to say I’d be hard pressed not to go with one of the Brennan corp. bids. Their reviews are pretty amazing. That would make me feel very confident in this process. The Traditions windows is an exclusive series only available to large volume dealers. Essentially, it is very close to their Presidential series, but lacking in a few bells and whistles. This is what I would go with from them.

I happen to like the Sunrise window a bit better than the NT Presidential, but for me the company doing the install is so darn important. The Brennan bid is lower than the Foster, so I would stick with them myself...

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021


NT Traditions Windows

Hello, Dane & Tim, my wife and I are seriously considering replacing all of the windows in our home but are indecisive as to whether we just replace the glass or the entire unit. We've spoken with several window contractors and have looked at a handful of brands. It's just a lot of information and we want to be happy with our decision and investment.

We live in a nice gated community in North Texas and our home is over 3800 sq. ft, two stories, and faces east (front) to west (back) so we get a lot of direct sunlight in the morning and afternoon. In our front living area we have 20 ft ceilings with a lot of windows so it gets very warm or cold in there depending on the season. It is also difficult to maintain or control the temperature upstairs. I have an office in the front of the house and it gets very warm during the day.

A contractor and friend of the family recommended we just replace all of the glass throughout the house, saving the cost of replacing the entire unit. I'd never heard of this. Our home is 20 years old and has the double-pane builder grade windows that are not low E. Would we even get any benefit from just changing the glass and not the frame?

Pros and cons of just replacing the glass? He said he'd warranty it for 10 years. The glass we like is the Cardinal 340 and he quoted us $11,300 to change out every window and we have over 40 windows; some of those are half moon.

This got us thinking about making the investment and doing full replacement. Most of the windows we see are traditional and we prefer a more modern and slim frame. One contractor quoted us $31k for the Simonton DayLight Max with 340 glass, but most of the contractors in this area use NT Windows.

I didn't have a good feeling about the contractors/subs he sent out to take measurements so I'll pass on him. Based on your reviews both of these seems like a good mid-range vinyl option. I'm waiting on one more quote for the NT Windows before making our decision. One company (Brennan Enterprises) quoted $46k for the NT Traditions with 340 glass. He was by far the highest. Two other companies quoted $32k and $34k for the same exact NT Window with the 340 glass.

I know it sounds like I'm all over the board but I'm really torn between replacing just the glass or the entire unit. That's my first decision and question. We plan on staying in the home for at least 10 years. I don't think we'll save enough on energy costs over that 10 or even 20 years based on my math, should we decide to replace the units. So is it even worth it? Should I just replace the glass instead?

My second decision is the type of glass. We don't like the 366 color (greenish tint) and prefer the 340 (blueish gray). Our problem or challenge is there aren't a lot of homes in this area with 340 glass so it's difficult to find houses we can look at to see if we like the aesthetics. We can't find very many reviews for the 340 online. It's one thing to see it in a brochure or magazine but seeing it in person would be a lot more helpful.

So this decision would be about aesthetics, as well as comfort. We don't really have super high energy bills, even though we have 3 AC units. Our highest bill last summer was $350 and so far this summer it was $250. Keep it 76-77 during the day and 72-73 in the evenings.

Will the 340 glass bother my neighbors across the street? If the windows are getting direct sun will they put off a glare that will agitate my neighbor, because that's the last thing I want to do. We realize the VT will be lower but we have so many windows and our house is open concept, so I'm not sure it'll make a huge difference in the lighting. Maybe I'm naive to think this way though.

Again, I've never been in a house with these windows throughout. We want the windows to be uniform and don't want to have 340 in some windows and a different level in others. We think it would look strange, plus our HOA probably wouldn't allow it. Can you give me your thoughts on the 340?

Lastly, I need to decide on a window. I think I've decided on NT Windows but again I can't find a lot of reviews on their slimline window. A lot of our current windows are just picture windows, we don't ever open our windows so getting double-hung or anything super fancy would be a waste of money. Because of building codes some windows will need to be operable but we don't need anything top of the line. Do you have any opinion on NT Windows and their Slimline option?

We did have someone quote American Window Systems since they too have a slimline option and can do 340. The quote came in at $22,195 for their V25 Slimline, and he went ahead and gave us a quote for their Energy Saver and that is an insulated frame; $25,295. I get the feeling this is a builder grade product but maybe I'm wrong. Do you have any opinions on American Window Systems and their windows?

Thank you in advance for all of your assistance. I've thrown a lot at you so if it's easier to chat over the phone let me know and give me the best number to reach you at.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Marcus - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Marcus, I'm inclined to say you should switch out the glass for $11.3K. If you stay in the home another 15 years, that glass should be fine. That leaves it to the next homeowner to decide what to do.

I personally don't have an issue with most low-e glass. Once they go in, my eye adjusts to the tint or hue pretty quickly -- except 340 glass. It is too dark for me, except for certain rooms, like a media room. In terms of glare, there might be certain times of the day that the sun would reflect into your neighbors, but I couldn't say when this would be or how badly it would bug them.

Can you ask to have the window person make suggestions for a showroom that might show you the glass side-by-side? At least do an internet search comparing the two. The 340 is great for glare, but this comes at a price.

I believe the American Window Systems product is not very high quality. I definitely think you'd be better off with the NT Presidential or Don Young 5400 window. The best slim window that doesn't compromise on quality is the Sunrise Restorations window, but it will be pricier. You should get a quote just to see where they come in.

If you want a quality window with a slim frame, you could consider Don Young aluminum windows. Their energy efficiency numbers aren't great, but they are strong as hell.

Lots of choices out there, I think you need to plow ahead and continue to search your options until you have a better handle on whether glass replacement or replacements makes more sense.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020







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NT Executive Windows Reviews

The NT Executive series is the "drop down" from the premium Presidential series, although the two models are very close. It comes standard with roll form aluminum screen frame and 3/4 inch insulated glass (compare this to the 7/8 inch insulated glass on the Presidential and an extruded screen frame.) The Presidential series includes more options such as additional frame colors and triple pane glass. Expect the Executive model to run roughly 10% less than the Presidential.

Tim - Site Editor


North Texas Executive Windows

Here’s the pricing I received for our rental property windows.

Don Young - Vinyl Series 6220 10 windows $5,959

Don Young - Aluminum 10 windows $7,990 - To expensive

The guy that sells Don Young and Burris windows tried to convince me to go with Burris because they come with XL Edge spacer system at no extra cost.

Burris 10 windows $6,100.

I had a guy come out and was suppose to quote me on North Texas Executive window series. After he left, I noticed the quote said Thermal Vinyl windows with no item number or other info. I’m not sure if that’s the correct name for NTW windows but he left me thinking. He sounded convincing on the phone.

North Texas Windows 10 windows $3,600. Sounds cheap.

I do see that there is a Thermal Vinyl window company in Dallas. I’m not sure if he’s switching companies on me.

Should I look at NTW Executive or Presidential windows or just go with the Don Young vinyl 6220? Your advice would be very much appreciated. I’ve read through all your comments and from what I can tell you like Don Young and North Texas Windows in midrange price.

Thank you!!

Michelle - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Michelle, I do like both Don Young aluminum windows and the premium windows series from NT windows, both the Presidential and the Executive. If the NT dealer is really selling you10 Executive series windows for $3600, then that's what I would go with. I would certainly make sure he had a decent reputation before going ahead with that option. That price seems suspiciously low though. I'd doulbe check on the windows they are selling you and the NT reviews before proceeding.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020


NT Executive Windows Series

We are deciding between two companies for the install of 21 windows in our home.

1) Brennan Enterprises - Arlington, Texas - They would install NT Windows - Executive Series - Signature Upgrade utilizing Cardinal Low E Glass

2) Statewide Energy Solutions - Dallas, Texas - Manufacture and Install their own windows, Texas Energy Pro utilizing the Cardinal Low E Glass.

Which company would you recommend based on the product and the installation quality? Please provide any Pros or Cons.

Thank you for your help and advice.

Thank you.

Michele - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Michele, I have heard of Statewide Energy Solutions, but I know little about them. The NT Executive series is a good quality vinyl window that I would definitely recommend. If this were my project, I’d definitely be leaning toward the NT Executive option over the Texas Energy Pro.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

NT Executive vs. Berkshire Elite

Looking at 19 replacement windows in Dallas, Texas. No grids, Trying to make it look modern. Between NP Windows Executive $12,515 or NP Windows Traditions $13,728 from Brennan or Berkshire Elite Single Hung $9,187 from Metroplex Windows and Glass. Comments or suggestions welcome.

Thank you.

KJ - Homeowner - from 2018

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KJ, I'm not sure I would go with the Berkshire Elite Single Hung window, even though this is obviously the cheapest option you have so far. I wouldn't rate this window high enough to give it my endorsement.

The NT Executive is the better window over the so it's interesting that the Executive is the cheaper option. Are you sure you didn't mean the NT Presidential for $13.7K? The Presidential is probably the only NT vinyl window that I would go with.

If it were me, I would get a couple more bids to round out my offerings. I would get a bid from Milgard on their Texas vinyl window line and from Don Young on either their aluminum window or their higher end vinyl window.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018


NT Executive Series vs. Alside Mezzo

Hi Tim, we have quotes for replacing all 30 windows in our home for the following options (Milgard was too high at $27.5k, although we liked the windows they were too much higher). We live in Houston, TX:

Note - all windows are cardinal glass low e 366, single hung windows. U factor and SHGC are very close for all options.

1. NT Exec. series windows - $20,325

2. NT Presidential series windows - $21,080

3. Alside Mezzo windows - $17,100

All these windows look acceptable to me, wondering if you have any insight on quality / value for these options?

Note - Alside has a 1 year warranty on installation services and they use their own installation crews. All have limited lifetime warranty on windows, but the NT firm installing (Allstate siding and windows in Houston) offers a lifetime installation warranty.

Would appreciate any advice you have!

Dave - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dave, I think the NT Presidential series is your best bet, but it's also your most expensive. NT windows have a solid reputation and the Presidential is a good vinyl window. I don't know much about Allstate siding and windows in Houston, but they do seem to have some pretty solid online reviews and they have been in business for quite some time.

I would try and find out how much they are willing to come off that $21K price, because the $17K bid on the Alside Mezzo is not bad. I'd tell them that the $17K bid is much more in line with your budget and that if they could get close to that price, you'd be ready to sign the work order that day. See what they say.

Check out this article for more information on the whole negotiating process.

https://www.replacementwindowsreviews.co/review-topics/negotiating-a-home-window-bid.html

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018






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NT Presidential Windows Reviews

The NT Presidential series is the company's premium vinyl window. It is generally a slightly stronger or durable window than the lower end models and comes standard with 7/8 inch insulated glass and an extruded screen frame. The Presidential typically runs about 5% more than the Executive.

Tim - Site Editor


NT Windows vs. MI Windows

Hello Dane: I have been reading over the info about MI Windows and NT Windows. What are your thoughts on the ability of black vinyl to withstand a Texas summer? Should we go with a manufacturer that is out of state? Should these windows be substantially more than NT white vinyl?

Thanks.

Dana - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dana, I would think black vinyl in Texas could be problematic given the heat absorption of a color like black. I know its a new trend to do the white with black exterior windows and frankly I love the look. I would take some time and speak with a handful of Texas installers to get their take on going with the black.

For me, the Energy Core MI series is the only one from this company that I would consider.

From NT, I would recommend going with either the Presidential or Executive series.

NT has the better reputation in my opinion.

Sunrise might also be in your area and this is a better brand than NT in my opinion.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


NT Presidential Series Bid

Good morning Dane, just wanted to follow up.

I reached out to a local company in Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge Window Company. They have been in business for 30 plus years.

He carried the NT Executive and gave me a price of $6,250, install included $1,300 for 19 windows.

I inquired about the Presidential Series and he can do those for $6,525, including install.

Both quotes are still less the original Wincore 7700 bid I received, $7,800.

If I was correct, in reading your response, you feel the NT Window is a better Window?

I don’t know much about BRWCO, but I do know the owner came out himself and did the estimate and told me that besides the 1 Window I had that was damaged due to the flood in 2016, I had 9 additional window that are failing now, due to the flood. No one else has told me this.

He even took pictures and provided me a letter to give to our State Restore program, to try and get assistance to replace 10 of the 19 windows.

I appreciate your time Dane and educating me on windows.

Thanks again,

Wade - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Wade, this is a HUGE improvement over the WW option. NT makes a solid vinyl window in both the Executive and Presdiential series and 19 NT Presidential Series vinyl windows for $6,525 is a great deal. It's almost suspiciously good. $343 per window for a quality vinyl window is nearly unbeatable. The company seems to have some good reviews, but I didn't dig too deeply into their overall reputation. I would check this and assuming you like what you find, go forward. You could even go with a glass package upgrade for the price you are getting the windows for -- good for you!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


NT Presidential vs. Anlin

How does the NT Presidential compare to the Anlin Del Mar? What do you feel is the right range on the Del Mar?

Thanks so much,

John - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

John, I would say the Anlin Del Mar is slightly better than the NT Presidential. Either one is a solid choice though. I can't tell you what price is fair because there are so many factors that determine the overall price. That's why the three to four bids are so important to determining your best course of action.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020


NT Presidential vs. Wincore 7700 Windows

I have quotes from both Wincore and NT Windows, which are very close to one another. I like the NT frame over the Wincore, which seems more sleek and less bulky. Regarding the NT, how do the Presidential and Energy Master compare against one another.

Dan - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dan, I like both Wincore and NT just about the same. The Wincore 7700 and NT Presidential windows are at the top of the mid range vinyl window category. With professional installation, I'd say either one would provide you with some nice value. I don't have the specific specs on the Energy Master series. The rep who gave you the bid should have that information on lock down, so ask them to jot down the specific differences. (BTW, I'd love to get that info to post on the page for consumers in the future.)

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018


NT Presidential Windows From Statewide Energy Solutions

Thank you Dane,

Do you have any information on NT window -- www.ntwindow.com

or www.statewideenergysolutions.com They say they manufacture their own windows.

Thank you.

Hayley - Homeowner - from 2018

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Hayley, I have never heard of Statewide Energy Solutions. I did a search for any reviews on them and I seemed to find some good ones and some not so good ones. If it were me, I would not go with a company that has so few reviews. If I knew friends or family that had used them and had good things to say, I would reconsider this position.

NT Windows is a pretty decent window manufacturer. Their top of the line Presidential vinyl window gets good marks and so I would recommend this product if you are going to go with NT.

Other Texas manufacturers that I like include Milgard (they make a line of vinyl windows that are geared to the hot climate of the state), Don Young (they make a great aluminum window and a decent/good vinyl window), and maybe one of the top end offerings from Simonton. You might also want to see if there is a Zen dealer in your area.

I would collect these bids and see how they compare in price to the NT Presidential. When you do get the bids, send them over to me and I can make a recommendation based on what you get!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018


NT Windows vs. Milgard Style Line

Good morning. I am wanting to replace 4 bedroom windows that back up to a very noisy street. Milguard came out and has now given me a quote for $3500 which would give me 4 Style Line vinyl windows with 1/4 and 3/16 glass. Two windows are casement with a fixed picture window in between. The 4th window is a small window in my master bath and is a single hung.

My home is 8 yrs old and a small garden home so that might answer the question about why Tuscany might not fit with Style Line being a much thinner an lower profile window. Any opinion?

The STC/OITC ratings on these windows are 35 and 29. Will that decrease the traffic noise in your opinion? Noise is my biggest issue.

One last concern is the customer service issues I am reading about with Milguard. Seems like there are so many negative comments. Any comments you have about this is appreciated.

We are in Houston. Thank you!!

Sharon - Homeowner - from 2017

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Sharon, Milgard is a pretty good manufacturer and rather large, so it isn't surprising that they are going to have negative reviews out there. I tend to think they make a good vinyl window, so I usually am on the pro-Milgard side of things.

The Styleline is their lower end vinyl window and not the window I would recommend going with, especially if you are trying for sound control.

I think you need a few more bids to see what's out there. Unless you want to spend a lot of money, getting a good double pane window should go quite a ways to reducing down the street noise. However, only a true noise control window is going to drown out all that noise and they are expensive. So there's the rub.

Don Young is out of Texas and they make a very good aluminum window and a vinyl window that I would say is comparable to the Milgard Tuscany. NT Windows should also have dealers in your area. Check to see if PGT windows has local dealers, they make a very solid impact window that is well made and could double as a soundproof option. Finally, the Simonton Impressions 9800 is a window I like and someone ought to sell it in San Antonio.

I think you would want the additional bids also just to see how the different prices stack up to one another. At first glance, the $3500 doesn't seem like that great of a deal, but it's hard to say without seeing more bids.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017


NT Windows Or Don Young?

Hello! I’m looking at replacing approximately 35 windows in my home near Houston. I’ve had several bids from dealers offering Simonton (Asure & reflections 5500), NT Window, Don Young and Atrium. Do you have any thoughts on any of these products for a very hot climate?

I am a little hesitant on the Simonton Asure simply because it seems to be more of an entry level window, but is the reflections 5500 worth the additional money (Assuming both offer the solar pro glass).

Many thanks in advance for your help and opinion!

Sonya - Homeowner - from 2017

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Hi Sonya, congratulations on the start off the project and for getting several bids to see what's out there and what price range you are looking at. I would agree with your assessment of the Asure as an entry level window and would say that the premium or upgraded cost of the 5500 is probably worth it.

Of the bids you have, I would rank them in this order (not knowing the cost or any of the window particulars of course).

1. Don Young
2. NT
3. Simonton Reflections 5500
4. Simonton Asure
5. Atrium

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017


NT Presidential Windows Review

I'm looking at vinyl single hung windows, the PGT Energy Vue Series and the NT Presidential Series. The PGT windows are more expensive. Are they worth it? Which has the better warranty?

Lloyd - Homeowner - from 2015

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Lloyd, I don't have a ton of experience with the NT windows, although I looked at the performance data on the NT Presidential single hung and I was impressed. It looks like with the standard low-e glass and argon fills, you can expect a U-factor of .27, .25 SHGC and .41 VT. These are solid numbers and will serve you just fine.

I do like the look and performance of the PGT Energy Vue Series, very clean lines and some great interior color options. However, it sounds like price is a big factor so I might go with the NT window option. However, the quality of the installation has to be a big factor here. How would you compare the companies or dealers who will be doing the installation? If one is the clear winner, I would lean towards them.

In terms of warranty, it appears they are pretty close, both limited lifetime warranties that can be transferred to a new owner. I tend not to put much stock in warranties, although I always assume that the better the warranty, the stronger the company feels about their products. I would ask the local installer/company what sort of labor warranty they provide on the installation. Also ask them about warranty issues in the past and how well the company responded to the claim. Let me know how it goes!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2015

NT vs PGT Windows Take 2

Thanks for the feedback Dane. I cannot find the numbers for the PGT Energy Vue, Simonton Prism Bronze or Marvin Integrity windows. Do you know them or can point me in the direction of where to find them. As it stands now I have the following estimates:

1. NT Presidential Series, white or tan vinyl insulated single windows with LoE/argon glass, no grids, single hung sashes $7,839. Sandstone color add $609, foam filled frames add $1,131.00 and triple glazing add $1,044.00. Are the foam filled frames and triple glazing worth the money?

2. PGT Energy Vue DH5460 vinyl double hung, AAMAA440 certified, white, insulating glass low E energy shield, no argon gas, no grids $11,170.83.

3. Simonton Prism Bronze tan vinyl double hung, 366 glass energy star rated $8,190.00

4. Marvin Integrity Ultrex double hung $11,395.22.

I would appreciate any comments and recommendations you have on the quality of the windows and estimates.

Lloyd - Homeowner - from 2015

[Site Editor's Response]

Lloyd, as far as the NT, the foam fills will add a bit of strength to the window frame and will make the window more energy efficient. The triple glazing will also make the window more energy efficient, drop the U-factor and air infiltration numbers. I would include them, adding $2000 is a tough pill to swallow, but it is still is going to be well under the PGT window cost bid. I would ask about what adding these two features is going to do to the performance numbers, particularly the AI numbers.

As long as the company offering the NT windows is going to offer good quality installation, I think you should be happy with the window and will get some nice long term quality out of it.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2015


NT Window Review

I'll be getting replacement windows soon and I'm looking at double hungs from Simonton and either double or single hungs from NT. All of them have Low-E coatings, Argon filled extra thick glass, etc. The NTs are cheaper but the tilt in feature, which is what makes them different, isn't going to be helpful to me because my plantation shutters will block the sash. NT offers a lifetime glass breakage warranty upgrade for only $10 per window, which sounds great, and Simonton doesn't cover broken glass at all. Simonton is more visible, I've seen them advertised and they get a lot of awards, but the ratings on NT are nearly the same and the price is a good bit lower.

Ned - Contractor - from 2010

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I think that NT is just as good as Simonton, they just don't focus on marketing as much. They all have double strength glass, low-E coating, and a reinforced sash. And if you like the single hung, NT is great, I don't think Simonton even makes a single hung replacement window.

Jeff - Contractor in Texas - from 2010


NT Windows Customer Service

I've had a few bad experiences with NT in the past, but lately their customer service has been a lot better. The windows are good, always were, and the internal reinforced sash and extra strength glass are a good deal. I don't like their Executive line, I think the frames are weak. They make a Presidential and Energy Master lines that are pretty much the same, just different distributors. Compare it to the Home Craftsman, similar in price but the HC uses a cheap pocket sill and flimsy frame, plus terrible efficiency. The Simonton Prism Platinum is supposed to be better, but you have to upgrade to get the reinforced sash that comes standard in the NT.

Brandley - Installer - from 2010


NT Vinyl Window Quality

If you're looking for replacement windows, definitely find an NT dealer in your area. For a mid-priced vinyl replacement window, they are an excellent choice. They come standard with low-E 366 coating, double strength glass package, and an aluminum reinforced meeting rail. They are also 100% American made, which is always a plus.

Jeff - Installer - from 2011






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NT W110 Windows Reviews


NT Windows W110 or Atrium Series 150

Hi there. We live in south central/eastern Oklahoma. We are in the early process of building. We are building a home inside a metal building. We have Atrium replacement widows in our current home. We are considering either New Construction Atrium Series 150 or NT Windows NT-W110.

The NT windows are a little more and I am curious if they are really worth the extra money. Almost $1000 more. I was told by a glass replacement company that Atrium windows are terrible. What is your opinion?

Fohnta - Homeowner - from 2018

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Fohnta, I would definitely say that NT windows are a step above Atrium. I don't know if I would say Atrium windows are terrible, but they are thought much more of a builder grade window than anything else. Like many companies at this level, there are some widely varying opinions as to quality.

Like most window companies, both NT and Atrium make a series of windows, so the individual model you get will make quite a bit of difference in terms of quality, components, longevity, etc.

I'm not quite sure which NT window that W110 is -- their mid range and higher end windows are pretty darn solid. I would make sure that this is what you are buying. Go to the NT Windows website and have the dealer explain exactly which window you are purchasing. Their Presidential and Executive series are quite good.

Love to hear what you decide and good luck to you.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018

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Are NT Windows Good?

Hi, Dane, we’re looking to replace 33 windows with vinyl windows. We’d like to get as narrow a profile as possible with vinyl. We’ve been looking at NT, Amsco and Windsor windows. Do you have any thoughts on which of these 3 companies make the best windows?

We’re in the Houston, Texas area.

Thanks!

Josie - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Josie, the NT would be at the top of my list for your area. Amsco and Windsor might not make it. Here are my Houston recommendations...

[List Redacted -- contact us directly (Dane or Tim) for our Texas window recommendations.]

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021


NT Windows In North Texas

Dane. we are building a new home in North Texas could you please make some suggestions at the things we should look for. I would like a window with no grids as we live on a ranch and I want to see the view. Appreciate your input currently I have looked at M I windows that I guess I need to look at more companies would you please suggest the best bang for our buck.

Shona - Homeowner - from 2021

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Shona, in the state of Texas, I would look at the NT Presidential window, the Sunrise "Standard or Classic" Series, a Don Young aluminum or vinyl series, a Gilkey vinyl window, and perhaps a Milgard Hermosa. These are some of the better options in my opinion that should be available from local dealers. MI wouldn't be on my list, unless it is the Energy Core series.

If you would like some quality local bids you can always use our Price Quote Form, beginning with your zip code where it says Find Local Five Star Rated Pros. The bids are free and you can send them to me and I'm more than happy to provide you with my take on any cost quotes you receive. I'm not incentivized by any companies so I'm happy to provide you with unbiased advice on your best option(s).

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021






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