12:27PM | 12/26/02
Member Since: 12/21/02
10 lifetime posts
Any Simonton window stories, good or bad?


01:20PM | 01/14/03
Member Since: 01/07/03
7 lifetime posts
Simonton ProFinish new windows are horrible in our new house Drafty, had vinyl in our old house they were GREAT. We are so dissappointed that a energy star window is so lousy!!
Have Complained to the Builder but I know how those guys are, each blames on the other. I have looked at 3 other vinyl windows
these windows give Simonton a bad name i see
air comes in where they cut vinyl lip to set locks on and up the side channel is like a wind tunnel these windows belong in a barn!!!
Temperature around window is 48 can't keep our house warm.


02:10AM | 01/22/03
Member Since: 01/07/03
7 lifetime posts
went over to Monroe, Michigan and looked at the simonton pro finish windows on display
and it made me mad
i feel frauded
not the same window as we have in our house
called simonton when i got back home
and told her was not happy
she said they make a cheaper window for norandex I could see that! double rubber on bottom weather stipping was better quality
and the window was about 1/2 inch thicker
they have all this information on their web site about how well built and quality and voted best by builders magazine and the simonton profinish label is on the window and the Simonton profinish windows are different
I saw others complaing about their Simonton Windows I feel like I got the old bait and switch done on me
what do you think??


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