06:57AM | 05/14/03
Member Since: 05/13/03
2 lifetime posts
I have an insulated window that has moisture inside it, for starters, How do I find out who the manufacturer of the window is? and 2 what are typical window warranties? What if it is a Millguard Window,what is their warranty.
And Third if I do find out the manufacturer how hard is it to warranty something like that and how would I go about it?


06:42PM | 05/14/03
You may be able to find a warranty sticker on the window. Look on the inside of the header, the top of the top sash, or in the inside of the frame if it is a casement.
If you can identify the company, go th their website, look for warranty information, or contact information.
Warranties vary by company, so what they will cover is hard to say.

Good Luck!


08:27PM | 05/15/03
Member Since: 05/13/03
2 lifetime posts
Thanks Tinman I will see if I can find anything.. I found it Summit Windows out of Oregon. Their Website does not indicate what the warranty on a window manufactured before yr 2000 is, But I am contacting them..
Thanks again


05:50AM | 01/15/04
Member Since: 01/14/04
1 lifetime posts
I recently had a contractor install new windows in one of the rooms in our old house. We specified Millguard since we are very pleased with the Millguard windows we had installed in all the other windows. He came and installed Summit windows saying they are the same quality. However, we disagree in that the window framework in more flimsy and we have condensation occuring now plus flies in that room only(must be coming through some gaps in the framework). Do you know where/how I can compare the two windows online or get ratings?


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