Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 19
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by EWD Get what you pay for
I am a contractor who has installed hundreds of windows. The quality of these windows are ok. No where near an Anderson or Pella but that is reflected in the price. I put a few of these in a garage and have had no issues.
June 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by MapleValleyMadMan Online Specs are wrong. Now I'm stuck with the wrong window due to timing issues.
Previous online review of specs being incorrect on the internet is absolutely correct. The product specifications are wrong. According to this website this window should be efficient enough to qualify for local power company rebates as part of an upgrade program. When I opened the window at home the specs listed on the official data sheet did not match what was listed online and the actual specs were not efficient enough to qualify for the rebate I had already budgeted for this project. Unfortunately for me I had a hole in the side of my house and did not have the luxury of time to order a new one. I also did not see review from previous online reviewer indicating this problem. Home Depot needs to review their own product descriptions online. Everything else about the window went great, it just wasn't the window that Home Depot said I was buying. Bummer.
September 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Grandpa What a buy
I almost didn't order these because of some of the negative reviews. I don't agree with them as these windows seem to be excellent for the price. I was going buy them locally where I could look at them first, but they seem to be sold online only. They were packed individually in strong wood cases and so far, all have been in excellent shape. We are installing these windows as replacement windows on a house that had aluminum storms as the only window ever installed. I have installed 3 of the 10 windows so far and they go in easily and look good. I caution that the sizes listed online are not the size you will receive. A 32 by 52 window will be 31 3/8 by 51 1/4 as is listed right on the window with the flanges reaching to 35 by 55. Our rough openings were almost too large, but the wide flanges allowed us to use the openings as they were. We are definitely happy with these windows.
March 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by archineer Easy installation, simple function
Great inexpensive solution - I wish I could install these at every window location in my house...
October 13, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by centauri stuck in the middle
Looks are very basic, great price. Quality of framing is very cheap, gaps between side rails and top/bottom. We ordered 2 widths 24" & 36". The 24's seem to handle the Wisconsin winters' the 36's are terrible, leak like crazy where the pains meet in the middle. I don't know if this is a problem craftsmanship or just the nature of a vinyl window. Would recommend the product for a smaller window' nothing much wider than the 24".
April 5, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by orrelse Excellent value
The windows arrived promptly and they meet my needs very well for a garage installation. One detail is that they come with no jambs so those must be added on site. This means they can accommodate any wall thickness but it adds to the installation time.
September 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Melissa Solid window, excellent price
I am an Architect and a home builder and found this window to be exactly what I was looking for for the installation. It is very easy to install and clean looking. It comes with a screen and will hold up very nicely. It was in perfect condition when I picked it up from the store and installed very, very easily.
September 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DDCC Great value for the money and easy to install
When I moved into my house I was looking at $500 a month energy bills in the peak of summer. A new energy efficient air conditioner brought it down to $300 and then two years ago, thirteen of these windows brought it down to $150 a month. My old bronze aluminum windows were original to the house in 1985 and had been repaired at least once. I could tell by the black tar-like substance running down between the panes. My wife and I watched several You Tube videos on how to replace windows and we were hooked. We shopped around and then bought all 13 custom sizes at Home Depot. Two weeks later they were ready and we installed the first window the next weekend. We took a few months but could install a window easily in a couple hours. We would have been done faster but an upstairs dormer needed some new siding, trim and paint with the new window, plus I had to screw up the courage to crawl up there to do the work. We had about $2500 in the job compared to a few quotes from contractors starting at $6000. Installation might have been cheaper but I didn't hold back on the insulation and clear silicone around each window frame. First thing we noticed was how much better our house looked and it was much quieter.
May 29, 2015