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Read 9 ViWinTech Windows reviews on their 1000, 2000, 6000, 7000, 8000, and Shoreline coastal windows.

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Viwintech Shoreline vs. Custom Window Systems Stormstrong

Hello Dane, I recently received two quotes from Lipton Windows for replacing the windows in my home to impact rated. They are; Stormstrong by Custom Window Systems and Shoreline by Viwintech. My home is in I dian Rocks Beach, Fl. What is your recommendation? Regards.

Grace - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Grace, I don't think I have a preference between these two products. I know the Viwintech Shoreline and think it's a good product, I've never actually see the StormStrong by CWS. Lipton Windows gets excellent reviews so I would use them as a trusted source and ask them which of these impact windows they would use in their own homes if the decision was theirs to make.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021

ViWinTech Windows vs. Sunrise

Are you familiar with WinTec windows out of Arkansas and how would they compare to sunrise replacement windows as far as pricing and quality? I’m in North West Louisiana and currently have old style double hung wood windows.

Jean - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jean, I know of ViWinTech windows. They would be a step lower than a Sunrise window, which I consider one of the better made vinyl window options out there. Sunrise will often be more expensive as well over a comparable series from ViWintech.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021

ViWinTech 2000 Windows

We were given a price for Vinylmax Edison windows then when contractor came out to measure our windows he said we should go with ViWinTech 2000. Can you tell me which window is the better or are they about the same? Also if pretty much the same is one easier to install?

Clara - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Clara, I don't know enough about the ViWinTech 2000 to make the head to head comparison. I would feel more comfortable with the Vinylmax Edison, but that's just because I know it a bit better. Installation should be very similar. If you trust the contractor, you might want to trust his judgement -- I wish I had something more specific for you...

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021

ViWinTech Shoreline 3100 series

Hi Dane, I am considering having the windows in my place replaced with Viwintech Shoreline 3100 series. I liked the owner of VIP Home Improvement that came out and she quoted that window.



I am wondering if they are Miami Dade approved and if they are a good window. I am not looking for the best because of price but a good middle ground. We live on Space Coast in Melbourne Florida.

I also had her quote Simonton Stormbreaker Plus windows which came in a lot more pricier than I thought they would an extra $3,028 and $5,014 = $34,150

I was wondering your thoughts. I am so over whelmed with all the different windows and all the mixed reviews of them, they all have good and bad. As stated before I am looking for a good middle $ windows.


Kriste - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Kriste, I actually don't know much about the Viwintech Shoreline 3100 series. I feel like if it's like their other products, it's a decent mid range impact window.Not the best, but a solid product overall. Their impact windows should be Miami-Dade approved, but the dealer should have that info on lock since they install them all the time.

The price quote on the Stormbreaker sounds very high to me.

I think you do need more bids to put the two you have into perspective. If this were my project, I'd get a bid from PGT and Custom Window Systems on their vinyl impact windows. These four bids should give you enough information to make an informed decision.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020

Viwintech 6000 vs. Composite Primax

Hello Dane, we put in Andersen Double hung windows when we built our house in 1984. Now the windows on the south side are failing and I’m trying to decide what’s best for me and my house.

I got an estimate from an Andersen dealer but the guy who measured my windows priced ViWinTech 6000 replacement windows with grills/full screen/white/2-layer low E/Argon/Foam Wrap/ glass breakage warranty for $854.18 for 3 windows only. He said I’d save money by hiring my own installers since his business is about 45 miles away and they hire third party installers anyway. I did check with a guy who’s done work on my house before and he said installation would average $100.00 per window.

I set up an appointment with a Compozit rep who came and demonstrated their Primax Compzit windows which impressed me. His final price for my whole house with 9 regular double hung windows and 4 big cottage style windows was $14,375. This is considerably higher than the other estimate per window. I first signed a deal with this company but then noticed that the pricing and credits didn’t add up, so I talked with their office and then the rep again. Long story short, I canceled this deal.

I know Window World serves my area but I haven’t talked with them yet. There are so many ways to do this it’s giving me a headache! Please advise.

Marta - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Marta, yes replacement windows can be a confusing process to be sure. The Compozit option looks way to expensive. I’ve never heard of them, but I looked at their website and their vinyl windows look pretty generic. I personally would avoid Window World unless your local branch gets amazing reviews. Their windows are pretty generic also, but relatively cheap.

The Viwintech 6000 is the company’s high end vinyl window, although I would say its a decent middle of the road vinyl window. Now this is okay if you couple it with good quality installation. So the $300 per window, plus the $100 installation cost gets your to $400 per window fully installed. That’s a solid price for a good mid range vinyl window. If you trust your installer, then I’d say this is a very solid option.

The other thing you could do is check to see if you could buy a good quality Simonton window. Their mid range windows are probably on par with the Viwintech 6000. Simonton makes a good solid vinyl window as well — nothing fancy, but a reliable investment given quality installation.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019

ViWinTech 6000 vs. Atrium 8300

I have 14 windows to replace and two quotes thus far. The first is with the Atrium 8300 series windows. Price is $6986, which seems a bit high for a just okay window.

The second is with the ViWinTech 6000 series windows. Price is $4800. This seems like a better price.

I need a decent window, but not the best. Which one do you like of these two?

Thanks for your time and effort.

Phil - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Phil, those prices are decent enough, but neither of these windows is really what I'd call a high quality unit. I'd go with the ViWintech all things being equal but I'd look for a PlyGem or a Simonton distributor near you for a couple more bids.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2019

[Phil's Reply]

Dane, thanks for the great information. I've found a local Simonton distributor for $475 per unit.

Phil - Homeowner - from 2019

Viwintech 6000 Windows

We are looking to replace 23 windows on an older home. We really like the rep and the sample of the Viwintech 6000 . I can’t find any real information. A few neg reviews from sometime ago on BBB... can you shed any light on this product or company? Thank you in advance.

Tim - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Tim, there is quite a bit of information on the Viwintech 6000 series on the company's website. I would say the 6000 is a decent mid range vinyl window. It's not a world beater by any means, but it's got decent numbers (check out their spec sheet).

I think if you are getting quality installation and a good price point, than the Viwintech 6000 is a decent enough window in that mid range price point.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018

ViWinTech Shoreline vs Simonton Stormbreaker Plus Windows

Hello Tim, I plan on replacing several windows in my mother's home in Seminole, FL. I will try and be brief. I have 2 quotes from reputable installers. Simonton Plus Series installed is $800.00 more than the ViWinTech Shoreline 3100 Series. Same amount of windows in each quote. The home is a 1200sf ranch. If the difference between the windows is negligible, I would prefer to save the $800.00. How much quality will I be giving up by going with the lower quoted Shoreline Series?

Tom - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Tom, I'm going to assume that the Simonton Plus you referred to is the Simonton Stormbreaker Plus window. The Stormbreaker is a good window for coastal applications. I don't know a ton about ViWinTech windows, but I know their reputation is sort of run-of-the-mill, I haven't heard contractors really extol their vinyl windows. If it were me, I would absolutely go with the Simonton Stormbreaker and fork out the extra $800. You will likely save a lot more than this in the long run.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

Sun vs ViwinTech Windows

I'm replacing some windows in my home soon, and I heard about Sun windows and decided to look into them. They're been around for 30 years, and are based in Owensboro, Kentucky. That's about all the info there is on them. It's hard to imagine a company around that long, and there's no solid information on the web. I guess that means people are reasonable satisfied, because people who are mad usually complain. I'm looking at the DH54, but I've also gotten a quote on ViWinTech cs6000. The ViWinTech is a little more expensive but comes with aluminum screens, and their lifetime warranty includes 3 years of glass breakage. I wish there was more info about Sun online.

Roger - Homeowner - from 2010

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