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Explore Windows Plus reviews and pricing on this Virginia based home improvement company that offers quality replacement windows and doors.

Company Information: Windows Plus is a Virginia based company that has been in business since 1987. The company sells windows, doors, and siding - they service Northern Virginia and many of the surrounding areas. Overall, Windows Plus enjoys a good / decent reputation. (I’m still trying to dig deeper into them.)

What They Sell: They sell a number of different window series, including ProVia, Vytex, Marvin, Simonton and Thermal Windows, Inc. All in all, a pretty impressive line up.

One Note: There are quite a few Windows Plus companies that exist in the United States (not all connected). We are still trying to suss out which are independent and which are associated with this larger home improvement company.

Are Windows Plus Any Good? Generally, the company gets decent reviews. Certainly worth a look and a project bid to see what they come in at. I definitely like some of the brands they sell, particularly the ProVia Windows And Doors.

Windows Plus gets a 4.1 out of 5 stars based on 3 consumer reviews below.

Dane - Site Editor

Page Last Updated: February 14, 2024

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I have a price quote on 8 double hungs at $7.3K from Window Nation on their Georgetown series. It comes with a lifetime warranty. Or I have a bid from Windows Plus on the Fortis series, but that came out $11.4K. Which is the better deal do you think?

Bob - Homeowner - from 2024

[Site Editor's Answer]

Bob, I think the Georgetown is probably the better value here. If you plan to be in the home long term, then I think you step up to the nicer window in the Fortis.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2024

Windows Plus Cincinnati

Hi Dane, I am looking for vinyl windows here in Cincinnati. Renewal by Andersen prices were just too much. Champion is an option for me, although their bid was $3,000 above the Pella 250 price.

Would love your opinion on who to go with.

Bob - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Bob, the Pella 250 and Champion are roughly on par, although I'd give the advantage to Champion windows. I might suggest 2 more bids just to even out what you have.

( Pella 250 Series Reviews )

What about Windows Plus in Cincinnati. They offer the Soft-Lite Elements, which is a fantastic vinyl window.

I will also send you my list of quality brands so that you can check out additional options in your area.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023

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Dane, we have 20 windows to replace and are down to two bids.

Gilkey Bid: $18,260
Soft-Lite Elements Bid (Windows Plus) : $14,330

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I'd never head of Windows Plus, but they seem to have an excellent reputation on the BBB, Google and Angie's List, Google, and the BBB.

All windows would be triple glazed. Windows Plus provides a "free" triple glaze upgrade for their Elements line, which is awesome.

U-value is .20

Ken - Homeowner - from 2020

[Website Editor Reply]

Ken, the Soft-Lite Elements for the $14.3K is the obvious choice here. No need to deal with Gilkey, which is over priced. The Elements is one of the very best windows on the market and seeing as how Windows Plus gets such good reviews, this would be the path I would go with!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020

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