Windsor Windows Reviews

Read Windsor Windows reviews from consumers, contractors and industry insiders to see if their products and window prices are ideal for your home.

Jeld-Wen Windows vs. Windsor

I am in the process of a new build and am having to cut my budget. The only place to cut costs is on the windows and doors as there are so many of them. My contractor said I should have a look at Windsor, rather than the Jeld-Wen’s we planned on using, but I don’t seem to be able to find a lot of information or reviews on them. Does anyone have experience with these windows that can tell me which I should choose?

Daisy – Consumer – from 2012

[Contractor Response]

I wouldn’t recommend either, to be completely honest. Without knowing where your new build is located or what materials you are using it’s difficult to advise which window is the better choice. If you’re looking for fiberglass, I would suggest you have a look at the Marvin Infinity windows, though they may just be out of reach when it comes to budget.

Michael – Installer – from 2012

Good Price but Manufacturing Issues

I’ve had the opportunity of working with Windsor windows and while they do offer fast shipping times, good prices and a line of built to fit windows, I have found many manufacturing issues. Their fabrication is much to be desired. These are great rental windows, but anyone looking to live in their home for an extended period, should have a look at the other windows available on the market.

Jim – Installer – from 2011

Windsor Pricing

Entry Level: $300 – $400 installed

Mid Grade: $400 – $500 installed

High End: $500 – $600 installed

Windsor Legend

The only window I would recommend from Windsor is their Legend series. While I haven’t worked with it much, it is a nice window. It is a PVC product so it may or may not be suitable for historical homes, which would depend on where you live. For all other properties, these are decent looking windows.

Holland – Installer – from 2011