Latest Discussions : Windows & Doors

bgodush

05:54AM | 03/03/07
Member Since: 03/02/07
2 lifetime posts
I recently bought Crestline windows at Menards but when I took the plastic off, I noticed the welds at the corners look terrible. I am going to take them back, especially after reading reviews here. I am just looking for some good basic windows, because I am only going to be in the house 3-5 more years. I have looked into Jeld Wen, and Pella Thermastar so far. Any input or suggestions of other options??

Haley5

02:16PM | 03/26/07
Member Since: 03/25/07
1 lifetime posts
Do NOT buy Crestline windows - I have crestline windows and they are a poor quality window. Crestline has replaced my windows already once and now those windows are coming apart.

jljohnsondds

10:12PM | 04/17/07
Member Since: 04/16/07
1 lifetime posts
I need to replace the windows of a 30 old home. I have heard that complete removal of the existing window, frame and mounting brackets is the best. Cotractors are wanting to use the existing allumiun frame for the new casement. Which is better and is there better quality windows that you could recommend.

Thanks

John

John L. Johnson

mkhorner

01:37PM | 01/05/08
Member Since: 01/04/08
1 lifetime posts
We are having window failure with our Crestline Windows and are having to replace them. Wince we are second owners, they refuse to stand behind their warranty. How did you manage to accomplish your replacements? mkh

BV008959

08:39PM | 09/15/15
We are confused also. Quaker, Crestline,or Pella?? All have mixed reviews. We are in need of 2 new construction casement windows.


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