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Explore Powerhrg Windows Reviews to learn more about this home remodeling group, their replacement windows, and the quality of their services.

Company Information: PowerHRG has been in business since 1995 and provides replacement windows, doors, siding, and roofing services. In terms of their windows, they sell a Pella Symphony window series and a Northeast Building Products window - neither of which I would consider a top tier product. I would say both of these are solid mid range vinyl windows. (Which is not a bad thing, but it does have to be married to high quality installation.)

What They Sell: Power HRG sells all of the typical replacement window styles, including double-hungs, sliders, casement windows, awnings, bays, sliders, bows and sliding patio doors. No surprises there.

PowerHRG Locations: Power is quite a large operation and seems to be continuing their march upward and onward. Currently, they service three states in their entirety: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. They have branches in the following metro areas: Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Nashville, Atlanta, Boston, Austin, Long Island, Houston, Detroit, Denver, Dallas, Connecticut, Chicago, and Charlotte.

Company Rating: Power Home Remodeling gets a 3.9 out of 5 stars based on 8 consumer reviews below.

Dane - Site Editor - Page Last Updated: March 10, 2024

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Company: PowerHRG is a remodeling company that has branches throughout much of the northeast and into the southern states. Renewal is a franchised company that is owned by the Andersen Corporation.

Marketing: Both of these companies sell direct to consumers, meaning they do not use local window dealers to sell their products. Instead, they advertise directly to consumers using T.V., internet, and other marketing mechanisms. PowerHRG is structured more as a home remodeler though, while Renewal By Andersen is straight replacement windows.

What They Sell: Power HRG sells either a Pella Symphony series or a Northeast Building Products vinyl window. Renewal sells a composite fibrex series.

Reviews: A bit mixed for both. Some consumers have complained that PowerHRG gives an initial high bid and then offers demo discounts and/or their model home program as a way to sweeten the deal. Renewal does much the same, except they don't have a "model home" program, but they do start out quite high and end with a much lower cost per window.

Cost: PowerHRG cost range is something like $700 to $1000 fully installed for a normal sized double hung. Renewal By Andersen costs are more like $1500 to $2500 fully installed for a normal sized double hung.

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Powerhrg Reviews

Below you will find homeowner and consumer reviews on the company. As always, it's a bit of a mixed bag in terms of bid prices, comparison shopping, complaints about the company and accolades for their services. Enjoy the reviews and make sure to send me an email with any questions!

Read Powerhrg complaints here.

Dane - Site Editor

Power Windows Reviews

Hi Dane, 24 windows total. so the quote for the Burris windows was $16,385 -- for Pella, it was $19,945. A third bid for the Pella Symphony window series was approximately $19,000 by Power; however, the salesperson made some comments that didn't sit well with me, and 7 days later, I'm still waiting for a response from the customer service department to my request, so they are out.

Financing --

Burris was 60% upfront and the remainder when the job was finished. I would have to finance this purchase. ( Burris Windows Reviews ) Pella offers interest-free for 24 months; the clock starts once the job is finished. Budget-wise, this option is more attractive and doable.

I think Pella is a better window, and the financing works better for me.

Your thoughts?

Toni - Homeowner - from 2024

[Site Editor's Answer]

Toni, I think in this scenario it makes more sense to go with the Pella 250 series option over the Burris. It's the better window over the Burris and the upgrade cost is minimal in this scenario. Plus the financing option sounds like the better fit!

Best of luck to you on your upcoming project!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2024

Power vs Reliabilt

Hi Dane, I came across your webpage while researching replacement windows. We have a 50 year old ranch with 18 original windows in a lower middle class neighborhood. We are hoping to sell the home in 5-7 years. Price is a main issue but also do not want to lower the home value. So far we have 3 quotes that include installation. Price wise, Lowe's would win hands down, but it is difficult to find a positive review for Reliabilt 3201 windows or Lowes' customer service. We live in the Atlanta area. Any advice would be appreciated.

Power Window: $26,000
Home Depot Simonton: $17,500
Lowes Reliabilt: $10,800

Thank you.

David - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

David, I am going to send you me list and hopefully you can find a couple more quotes. But having said that, the Reliabilt 3201 is not a bad window. I don't mind it for that timeline, but I do think there might be something better at that basic price point (maybe a bit higher, but hopefully not much...)

The bottom line though is that if your timeline is 5 to 7 years, you're not going to want to spend TOO much on windows. My issue would be on Lowe's installation -- they usually sub out their installs and pay by the window (not a good recipe for quality in my opinion). I think a local company with reviews you can check and research makes more sense here.

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Dane - Site Editor - from 2023

Pella Symphony Windows Bid

Thank you very much Dane for taking the time to answer my questions and providing suggestions! I had a bid from PowerHRG Company called and gave a quote on their Pella symphony for 15k just for 13 windows.

Another company called to connect me to Renewal by Anderson which I was not interested. I don't remember if a 3rd company called, but I was already exhausted (4 hours) with Power sales reps, so didn't entertain any more calls. Surprisingly, Gentek / Alside is not showing up either in the Good Quality or Top Tier vinyl window list that you have provided below. :) Thanks.

Shia - Homeowner - from 2023

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Shia, I would put the Gentek on top between them, Alside, and Pella I think. 4 hour sales presentation, that's ridiculous. Sorry about that. Gentek Signature Elite coupled with professional installation would be doable. Sunrise is still the best though...

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023

Power By Pella Symphony Windows

Wow! This is great info. I am teetering on moving forward or quitting. I have talked to 3 companies and it seems impossible to get the facts for an honest comparison. Seems like confusion is the #1 goal no matter what they say. I will see if I can hang in there just to get a fair price on a good/great window. Not sure that's ever gonna happen.

Thanks again for your help. I'll check out this list. One more question/opinion: What's your take on Pella Symphony windows sold by Power HRG?

Paula - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Paula, yes this is a pain in th @ss of a process - I know that and it's the reason I try and help people do it once and do it right. Collect all of your bids and send them over to me -- I'll give a fair assessment of what you have -- I have no allegiance to any company or brand. I haven't heard of Pella Symphony -- it's a relabeled "something" of theirs -- is it vinyl or fiberglass? Vinyl vs Fiberglass Windows

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023

[Paula's Reply]

It was a very strange experience. Worse, after 5 hours of discussion (still not sure if it was me), I signed but cancelled within 2 hrs. Boy were they mad! They returned without calling first as they said they would to pick up/complete cancellation document. (Not that I need them to as I'd already received an email reply with acceptance of cancellation.) They proceeded to remove all traces of visit except for 'estimate' that lacks all details. Left me very confused as to quality of window, company,, etc.— not that it matters now as I could never hire them.

Paula - Homeowner - from 2023

[Dane's Reply]

I believe it is their Pella 250 series. I'll have to investigate further! Yes, that seems pretty heavy handed of them (and not very kind). I would certainly throw them off the list :)

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023

Powerhrg vs Marvin

Hi Dane, was curious on your thoughts on a few quotes. 10 windows total. Power Remodel was 25k. Renewal by Anderson was 33.7k, and a local Marvin dealer was about 30.5k. I have a bid from an independent contractor my parents used for some work on their home and the Pella Impervia windows cost was 26k. 2 of the windows are 106 wide by 60 tall. Window Prices By Size

Doing sliders those with the big picture in the middle. 3 are 2 double hung 72 wide by 60 tall. 3 are single double hung 36 wide by 60 tall, a tempered 36 wide by 47 bathroom window, and then a 106 wide by 35 tall picture window. I'm in ball ground GA 30107. Thank you for your time and help.

Alex - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Alex, it looks like those price quotes are all in the basic realm of one another...Power Remodeling sells Northeast Building Products windows, which I'm not all the keen on. Renewal is usually pretty over priced but they do sell a nice looking fibrex series. Still, that's a hefty price tag. Marvin Infinity windows are very solid, so this would probably by my pick of what you have so far. I'm not a big fan of the Pella Impervia, I think there are much better fiberglass windows out there -- the Infinity for one.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023

Powerhrg Windows Reviews On The Crusader

Powerhrg sells a "Crusader" window, made by North East Building Products. It's really more builder's grade quality, although it does have a few upgrades. It uses a sashlite glazing, some sort of coating they call Sunclean, and tempered glass. I think it just looks awful, the vinyl extrusion is so white it's almost blue and the locks are heavy and bulky. The welds are just average, but the weather stripping is inadequate.

The sales pitch makes it sound like some super premium window, and they give it a price somewhere in the $1200 - $1500 range. But then they have all of these demo discounts and model home programs, and it ends up around $850, which is still high for the quality but more reasonable. The sales rep actually said that they wouldn't cost anything at all after you factor in the Federal tax rebate, their own rebate, and the "increased home values" and "40% energy savings" which is just a joke. I'd steer clear.

Bill - Contractor - from 2018

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