03:12AM | 06/03/07
Member Since: 06/02/07
1 lifetime posts
Are Primax windows worth the cost? They claim to provide a 50 year unlimited warranty, a U Value of .12 and R Value of 8.03. The cost is about 20% higher per window than Andersen, but it includes installation.


05:45AM | 08/18/10
Member Since: 08/17/10
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Primax has been in business for over 30 years and has over 35,000 customers. Their windows are high quality and feature many benefits and advantages, as well as strong warranties. Costs vary depending on the windows received as well as the factors mentioned above, but Primax windows are definitely worth the cost.


09:56PM | 01/02/13
If you deal with primax you are a retard they are the biggest bunch of crooks that i have ever had the dishonor of dealing with. They pride themselves on how they screw people over. They do every trick in the book to get a sale. When the salesman makes a call from your house at 7:30 on a Saturday night and calls the president of the company. Kick the guy out of your house right then and there.He is lying to you. If you need windows find a local contractor and dont be a cheap skate.


12:05PM | 04/16/13
I've never heard of Primax but a 50 year warranty sounds too good to be true. And, as they say, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.


03:25PM | 06/11/13
They do have a habit of going back on their warranties - ask them what happened to the warranty claims filed with the Owensboro office - back when there was an Owensboro office.

For that matter just check with your local BBB. Be sure to do that for any company. You mentioned Anderson, but you aren't buying from Anderson, you are buying from an Anderson dealer.

ALWAYS ask about the INSTALLATION warranty - replacement windows must be installed.


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