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Superior Window Review

The three windows that I've been looking at are the Superior Ultima, Milgard Tuscany, and Anlins. The Anlin has a cam lock and a SuperSpacer, while the other two both have metal Intercept spacers and self closing locks. The Anlin and the Superior tilt for cleaning, and the Milgard doesn't. The Milgard and Anlin have vent stops, which the Superior lacks. The Milgard and the Superior have lifetime warranties that include both glass breakage and labor. The Anlin warranty covers labor for 10 years, parts for lifetime, and doesn't cover glass breakage at all. Superior is rated as light commercial by the AAMA, and the other two are rated for residential. The Superior also has a new screen style (the Superior View) that has a finer mesh than most screens and makes the screen much less noticeable. It also has an extruded lift handle, which looks better than traditional tabs.

Bill - Contractor - from 2010

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How They Stack Up To The Competition

I like Milgards much better than Better-Bilt, but Anlins and Superior are worth taking a look at, too. They are all fairly similar in price to Simontons, but I think the quality and service are significantly better. The Milgards and Superiors are probably going to have the best warranty and give the best value long term. Especially in Southern California, where Superior is based, you can sometimes get really good prices on their windows.

Aaron - Contractor - from 2009

Southern California Options

I'm in Riverside County, California and am looking into some replacement windows. My home isn't very fancy, and I just need a good quality window at an affordable price. It can get really confusing, looking at all the different options. They all have different features and warranties and it's really hard to compare. I have quotes from Alpine, Madison, and Atrium, but then I've heard some really bad reviews about all three of them. Are they really that bad? I can't afford premium windows, but I don't want to get something cheap and poorly made, either.

Rose - Homeowner - from 2010

[Contractor Response]

Atriums tend to be more expensive than the other two, but they make a decent window. I'd recommend looking into GreenWorld or Superior windows. GreenWorld has a great warranty, and they are pretty good for a budget window. Superior is a little more expensive, but it's a better quality and also has a very good warranty.

Brent - Window Seller - from 2010

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Good Value For The Money

Superior makes a good, reliable vinyl window. They recently came out with a new screen with a super fine mesh that makes it much less noticeable. The lift handle is extruded, too, so it doesn't have the ugly grip tabs that a lot of windows have. The price differences are just a part of the window comparison game. It can be frustrating to try and figure out which is better when the warranties, efficiency ratings, and everything else are a little different. Superior is often a good bit cheaper than other brands that are similar in quality, mainly because they do almost no marketing. They also run a lot of specials, so if you aren't in a huge hurry and they are priced a little out of your budget, you can always wait a little bit and there is guaranteed to be a deal soon. They have a reputation for great customer service. Vinyl vs Fiberglass Windows

Will - Installer - from 2009

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