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Read Peachtree windows reviews, ratings, and prices and discover who now owns Peach Tree Windows and Doors.

Company Information: Prior to 2010, Peachtree Doors And Windows manufactured, well, exactly that. And for many years, they were considered a solid manufacturer of vinyl and wood clad windows.

Is Peachtree Doors And Windows Still In Business? The short answer is no - the company went out of business back in 2010 when they were purchased by Weather Shield. Or more accurately, WeatherShield purchased the assets. This means they acquire the factory and everything that went with it -- but did not take on any of their warranty obligations. Welcome to corporate America :(

Peach Tree Warranty: Once Weather Shield acquired the assets, the Peachtree warranty became null and void. From what I know, Weathershield discontinued most of the parts and hardware.

Peach Tree Windows Class Action Lawsuit: No class action lawsuit was ever filed against the company as far as I know. The only lawsuit I'd ever heard of occurred back in 2006, when one of their employee suffered a very serious accident at the factory. The case was settled out of court for an undisclosed amount of money.

Dane - Site Editor - Page Last Updated: March 26, 2024

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Is Peachtree Doors and Windows Still In Business

I'm having a hard time finding out if these guys are still in business or not. If not, I'd love to get some recommendations from you as we consider whether to bit the bullet and replace our windows. Thank you.

Larry - Homeowner - from 2024

[Site Editor's Answer]

Larry, the company is no longer in business. Not since 2010, so quite some time ago. Sorry about that. Email me and I'll send you my list for you to check out.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2024

Peachtree Windows Reviews

Is Peachtree better than Hurd? I have 38 openings that need to be replaced. Marvin Windows seemed like the best, but the price was out of reach by far. I need to stay within budget, and it looks like I'm choosing between Hurd and Peachtree.

Sawyer - Homeowner - from 2010

Online Information

I like Peachtree, but we had trouble finding info. The company seems to be the same as Weathershield, and there is a lot more info online under that name. I don't know why they don't make it easier to find things out, no one buys without looking online first these days. (Read all of our Weather Shield Windows reviews here.)

Harry - Wisconsin - from 2010

Complaint From A Builder

I'm a builder so I should know better, but when I built my own house I put in Peachtrees. It's only 7 years old and we have moisture between the panes, drafts and horizontal sliders that don't slide smoothly. We had to jump through hoops with repeated calls and emails with no response before the company finally decided to honor their replacement warranty. Use anything but Peachtree. I knew I'd have to replace them eventually, but only 7 years?

Dan - Builder - from 2009

Peachtree vs Andersen

Has anyone here used Peachtree aluminums? I had a quote from Andersen around $20k installed, Peachtree is cheaper but is it enough money saved to be worth the lower quality?

Donnie - Homeowner - from 2009

[Contractor Response]

It's hard to say without knowing how many openings you're talking and the Peachtree price estimate. Figure out what material and style you need, look at features and different ratings, and narrow it down from there. Then make sure you're comparing similar options.

Wayne - Contractor - from 2009

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Peachtree vs Pella

I need 12 replacements, probably vinyl. I'm in upstate NY, cold winters, humid summers, 1700 sq foot ranch home. The Peachtrees don't look good at all, they look poorly made and cheap. Pellas seem better, but they were way too expensive. My house is only worth 200k, I won't do $20k windows.

Mitchell - Homeowner in New York - from 2008

Peachtree Windows Complaints

We built our house and it's only 6 months old. We had the Peachtree 300 series put in, and they've been nothing but trouble. We're already working on our 3rd set of replacement sashes. Some of them won't even lock because the fit is so bad. I'd pay the extra money and get Andersens instead.

Jan - Consumer - from 2004

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