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Weatherbarr Window Review
Hello - I am currently getting estimates for replacing 41 windows on my home in north Texas (dfw area). One installer is using weatherbarr windows. I do not find them on your site. Ever heard of them?
Another installer is using Burris. I do see your comments regarding that window. Any comparison of the two?
John - Homeowner - from 2021
[Site Editor's Answer]
I have heard of them, but only in passing. I went to their website and it appears that they sell Cornerstone and Apex windows, I believe this is correct. I have never heard of Cornerstone windows, but Apex windows are fairly well known. You can see all of our reviews of them here.
Burris is an okay vinyl windows.
Honestly, here is my top four or five window lines for the DFW area.
Okna 500 or 800 Vinyl
Don Young 8200 Aluminum
NT Presidential Vinyl
NT Twinsulator Aluminum
Zen Nirvana Vinyl
Tim - Site Editor - from 2021
Weather Barr Cornerstone XT
Hi, I found your website because we're looking at the above window vs. the Anlin Del Mar window. Anlin is fairly new in North Texas and about $4000 more than the Weather Barr XT. Both are reliable installers with tons of good reviews I just can't find much Information on the Weather Barr, which worries me. Do you possibly have any info?
It's $21,500 vs. $17,500. We are focused on trying to get the most energy efficient/heat blocking window possible as the summers in North Texas are pretty brutal with many 100+ days.
Mandy - Homeowner - from 2020
[Site Editor's Answer]
Mandy, I wish I had some information from you, but I've never heard of Weather Barr before. Anlin is a very solid manufacturer that makes a quality vinyl window. So if you are staying in your home long term, my first answer would be to go with a known product with a solid track record.
Additionally, my advise would be to get two more bids to see how some other known brands stack up against what you have so far. NT Windows makes a good vinyl window in the Presidential Series, they will have a dealer in your area I'm sure.
Sunrise Windows might have a dealer that services your zip and their windows are a step above the NT in my opinion.
Finally, Don Young makes a very good aluminum window series that will hold up to that brutal Texas heat.
I'd like to see how these bids come in and I think they will tell you how your current bids stack up.
Tim - Site Editor - from 2020
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