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I would personally have no concerns about the Mezzo. What about the prices? I know the Insignia is triple pane. Hopefully, I've listed some brand and options that area available in your area. Rick - Homeowner - from 2009, Related Topics: Silverline Windows Reviews, installation of the window plays a very important role, 7500 Deluxe Sliding Patio Door from Joyce Windows. Within a few months they were leaking air, which was awful because it was cold and drafty all winter. It's not listed on the Alside site in any way. I would say their Mezzo is okay and their other windows are pretty poorly made. From everything that I read here's what I've gathered so far: The whole promotional price bit sounds like a scam to me -- why do you have to let them know by end of business, what is changing tomorrow in their business that isn't allowing them to provide you with their best price this week or next? However, there is no reason not to try and get them to lower their price :) It never hurts to ask and the worst thing they can say is no. If you are in Colorado, you might want to check out Amerimax windows which makes a good vinyl window and is based out there. These are great performing windows, they are visually appealing and should manage the weather patterns you experience in Kansas City. The company has been making windows, siding, and patio doors for over 60 years. Dane - Site Editor - from 2018, I am a single woman who just bought a 1977 split level home with the original alum windows. Our website collected and compiled various consumer reviews about Alside Window and Atrium Windows And Doors as well as customer ratings and recommendations for these brands. We have a 3000 sq foot house. If the installer is working for Window World and is included in the price, make sure you are completely happy with the installation and that the job has been completed to the highest standard, as most of these installers are paid poorly by the manufacturer, which results in them doing quick jobs without paying enough attention to the quality of their work. I would solicit various opinions from locals on this point. wide Through Window World I have been offered two good window choices, both Alside. Have a question for our site editors, Dane and Tim?Email them and let them answer your specific project questions. The problem is going from Pella wood windows with internal blinds to brand x. I am also hoping that a transferable warranty is a plus when I decide to sell my home. Melissa- Homeowner - from 2016, Melissa, I hope I didn't take too long to get back to you. Their mid range offerings should offer you the best value for your buck. But most of the reviews are from 2014-2016, so could it possible they have made improvements to the construction? I must decide by Monday as they go off sale then. I would recommend not going with their lower end vinyl model. Re: Alside vs. Soft-lite vs. Atrium #8 Post by randy » Thu Mar 04, 2010 4:21 pm Hot climates (i.e. Dane - Site Editor - from 2016, When Alside Mezzo window says lifetime warranty, what should I expect for length of performance in reality? They make a good quality vinyl window and they offer a number of models -- most reps have access to a number of models I should say. In addition to the EcoShield, one can find Reliabilt 3000 series and Pella through Lowes, Andersen Craftsmen, Silverline 3000 series, Allside Mezzo, and Harvey Classics. All part of their high pressure sales team. Simonton Prism Platinum : $7700 The warranty on the Harvey ought to be equivalent to the Alside Fusion -- I actually don't put a ton of stock in warranties -- check the Alside, it may be prorated so after a time you are paying a higher percentage of the cost of the window -- the warranty doesn't cover labor so that's 35% of the cost there as well. In terms of warranty, they stated they have a lifetime warranty. Mezzo Windows are made by Alside, a recognized leader in product innovation, manufacturing excellence and uncompromising quality control. If these were my choices, I would go with the Ultramaxx over the Mezzo, unless the cost difference was significant. The Mezzo Window Series offers the latest in window technology, with airtight insulation layers and multi-level stripping to help minimize temperature changes. The company offers an extensive line of vinyl replacement, new construction, and sliding patio doors with lifetime warranty. I've sort of heard mixed reviews of LEI, but again my knowledge of them is limited. The Harvey window price you got quoted is excellent. Their frame is thicker and I do not like their sliding doors (will go with Sunrise doors and pay more if I use this company $1,939 versus $2,749 ea). Alside Mezzo (Climatech IE Glass): $4,000 The Alside Mezzo isn't bad, but it's nowhere near the top of my list when it comes to replacement windows. If there is a lot of rot, you should go the new construction route, if not go the less costly method of full replacement windows. Alside Fusion: $7215 A few years back replaced lower level double hung windows with the BEST vinyl our contractor recommended- they ended up seeming cheap as one would not stay closed at top without being locked from day 1. Rick - Homeowner - from 2017, Rick, between the Reliabilt from Lower and the Alside Mezzo, I would suggest the Mezzo. Since they are probably comparable in quality, I would say go with what your contractor recommends in terms of his overall experience with the two companies. Don’t want them selling me a crap window. With an early winter approaching I appreciate the help! Then there’s the oriel window, which can be pricey. I have always heard that windows are expensive and have been reading up on the internet trying to find what a fair price would be on the type of window we may be purchasing. They market them as their exclusive high end window, but I would put them as a solid middle of the road window that is often sold for a high end price. We live in a suburb in Carmel, Indiana about 20 min north of Indianapolis . It's a decent middle-of-the-road vinyl window, assuming you get good installation. I think the Renewal bid is too high, but I would keep looking for a window that is better than the Alside Mezzo. Energyweld looks like a better product , foam filled frame, hidden double hung latches, etc. Call Stanek - I know they probably service your area as well and they make nice vinyl windows - more on Stanek window reviews Has all the bells and whistles, energy efficient, etc. The upper is 12X8 with three four foot panels, the middle of which is a sliding patio door. He total us the total cost is $9,750. Window companies like to avoid consumers who have legitimate gripes because its a headache. I have nice interior wood trim which would clash with any "wood look" vinyl, so I'll go with standard tan in/out. OKNA 500: $7815 Quote: $5,700 Shawn - Homeowner - from 2016, Shawn, the Alside Mezzo window is a decent mid range model. Read additional Okna reviews. A local Alside dealer quoted us $8730 using their Fairfield 80 windows with triple pane glass. comes out to about $698 per window installed. Tim - Site Editor - from 2018, Hi. They are picture windows on top and awnings on the bottom. However, the Okna 500 bid is so close to the Alside Fusion bid that I think it makes way more sense to put in an excellent window instead of just an okay window. For $724 per window completely installed, you should be able to get a top of the line vinyl window. Simonton makes a number of doors, but they aren't the best out there. Thank you in advance, I guess what I'm saying is, it's cheaper to get a better window and not have issues in year 8 then to buy the less expensive window and have to pay to repair/replace in year 8 and deal with the headache of it all. Free installation/ labor and 30% off materials, 50 yr warranty that transfers over free if you sell the house. Michelle - Homeowner - from 2018, Michelle, the EnergyWeld is the better window—better tolerances, better sill, better features. Explore Alside window prices from consumers and homeowners on the Excalibur, Sheffield, Mezzo, Ultramaxx, and Fusion window series. The Alside Excalibur and Sheffield are, in my opinions, are not good windows and this is evident in a greater than .11 air infiltration rating. We have gotten a few quotes that were a little over our budget. The west coast doesn't really have the same number of quality vinyl windows makers. I have had two companies visit my home to give me an estimate. That's a reputation you can count on, from the day your Alside Windows are installed until the day you sell your home. They are all highly rated on BBB and Angie's list. Another local company bid out the Duragard series for $12K ($15K with an exterior frame color) These guys came highly recommended. U-factor .18 Minus 20 wind chill yesterday. That said, and since I’m selling in 2 years, I don’t want to go for high end windows and from everything I read, Alside Mezzo or Ultramaxx, while not the best, are ok windows. That's a good price on the product and it's definitely not a bad window. Jack - Homeowner - from 2009, Jack, your Simonton bid is quite solid. tall by 1 ft. by 10 in tall Call Sunrise and see if they have a local dealer. Dane - Site Editor - from 2016, Hi, I have old Marvin Integrity windows that are moldy and leaky. 12 Double Hung 32W x 54H Tim - Site Editor, Alside recently came out to the house and gave us a bid on the Preservation window. The Mezzo is probably the preferred window over the Sheffield. The 5500 is a very solid window, especially with a glass upgrade from the standard low-e glass. That comes to $2100 per window. Still the EnergyWeld is a nice unit. This is true. The Okna Envirostar is $740. Tim - Site Editor - from 2020, Dane & Tim, I own a home that was built in 1988 that officially has 31 windows, but the one over the front door is a 3 piece window that we're considering having replaced as a single one. They talked a lot about insulation and ended up using a foam around the windows and some aluminum cladding on the outside. All the best, Tim - Site Editor, I am replacing all of the windows in my home. Quote #4 4000 Series (double pane) $18K – Window World We need to replace all 16 windows and two sliding doors. If you upgrade to the Alside Ultramaxx or the Simonton 5500, then you have a very solid mid range vinyl window. Ideal Duraweld: $8365 Some buyers do put a premium on quality products, especially if you keep the documentation for Okna windows for instance. Dane - Site Editor - from 2020, Hello! Tim - Site Editor - from 2017, We are looking at installing Alside Mezzo vinyl patio doors. I think I might give the nod to the Elements, but it is right up there. 6 - 36Wx54H I'd say the Alside Mezzo door is a 5 to 6 on a scale of 1 to 10. I don't know if it's the actual windows or if we had a bad installer. Vinyl Kraft TrustGard (w/ Low E, Foam Filled, Argon): $3700 I'd much rather see you go with something like an Amerimax or a mid range Simonton over the Alside. I'd stick to the Alside Mezzo or if you want a premium window, I'd keep looking. In fact, Soft-Lite is one of the best out there. Bear in mind that the installation of the window plays a very important role in the overall performance. If all goes well on the install , I will write back tell you the details. We are in the process of creating state pages for consumers so let me know what you find out so I can add to the page and help other consumers get some good recommendations. Like the Sheffield and UltraMaxx, the Alside Mezzo frame feels much more rigid than other windows in its price bracket. If it were me, I'd definitely go with the Ultraweld for the extra $1000 over the Alside Mezzo. There is also the possibility that you will be even more confused than before :) but I seriously doubt that. Alside has a mixed reputation, depending on the product you are talking about and who you ask about them. Simonton 6500 (double pane) $25K – Home Depot Becky - Homeowner - from 2018, Becky, the Alside Preservation is solid, and is indeed their premium window. VT unknown This is one place where getting a bunch of professional (and free) opinions from local contractors can help give you a consensus on what is the recommended option for your situation. They are solid vinyl windows to be sure, but shouldn't be considered in the same quality range as the mid range or premium Okna, Sunrise, or Soft-Lite series. Quote #1 Alside Mezzo Windows (double pane) $15K – Local Company, been in business for 30+ years and has good reviews. However in most cases, it is my opinion that the Alside Mezzo is probably a better choice for the money. 6 windows that are roughly 6 ft. tall by 1 ft. 7 in. They tend to be more builder grade. Tim - Site Editor - from 2018, Insignia Windows by Alside. Waiting for an estimate for Okna 500 from a vendor who replaced 3 windows (okna 500) 9 Years ago. I'm not sure if the Harveys are better, or at least enough better to pay that much more. See if you can have them break the bid down into windows and installation. I've been offered the Alside Sheffield, which is the ComfortWorld 6000 and the Alside Excalibur, which is the ComfortWorld 4000, but am torn on which one to go with. Ply-Gem Triple Pane Option (did not give NFRC ratings either) Dane - Site Editor - from 2016, Dane, Here is what I' m looking at: Both the Ultramaxx and Excalibur use a snap in sill, which is a poor design, and can present some problems down the road - and has for lots of consumers. Both the windows you have mentioned are not the best window options available. Windows are original Anderson casement windows late 1970s. The manufacturer takes a cheap, poorly designed window and then does a terrible job of making it. Otherwise, I'd toss that bid and focus on the higher quality products. I liked the contractor, is was the same guy for either window. Alside Mezzo vs. Sheffield. Dane - Site Editor - from 2016, Window World sells an Alside window, as well as an AMI window. 2 Double Hung 24W x 38H Anyway, your thoughts would be appreciated. SoftLite Elements (Free Triple Pane Upgrade, Low E): $6044 If that is true, can you give us a recommendation or two for reasonably priced windows for an older home. Also I do not have central air and every installer tells me that if I drill a hole in the window to "secure" an AC that I void my warranty (all but the Berkshire dealer). With that in mind they are looking for houses that they can replace the windows and then photograph for their future marketing material. Tim - Site Editor - from 2015, I have 23 windows to replace. We also had a door to door window company LEI Home Enhancements coming by for a quote in the morning, they offer Alside Revelations, I don't have a price yet. VT unknown Okna 800 Series: $3000 The issue I'm having is some of the vinyl brands you recommend are not in our area. ViWinTech 6000 Ultra Windows: $3256 Here are a couple more brands I like Polaris, Stanek and Wallside. Alside Mezzo windows - $17,100 A local builder bid out the Alside Mezzo series for $8400. The Reliabilts that they sell at Lower are typically their lower-end models and don't offer the quality that will serve you well long term. The salesman lives down the road about 2 miles from us and the company he works for Fadely Home Designs has gotten excellent reviews on installation and warranty work . He’s the installation company owner and is on all of the jobs. *I think it is important to know that this company consists of 5 employees, owner + 4 steady employees. (Not required, but nice to have.) That is why I will look at the midrange windows. Compression bulb seal at thesillcreates an all-season weather barrier sealing tightly against dust, dirt and air infiltration. Basically, the Soft-Lite models that I mentioned are very good products that will serve you well. Totally a lifestyle call in my opinion. If I were staying in my home another 6 years and then moving, I would absolutely go with quote #1 on the Alside Mezzo Windows for $15K. But I don't think it's worth it with your time frame. The contractor with the insurance company recommends Alside Mezzo windows which they can install for $335 each, they also offer American Window Company's Grand Mesa line for $315 a window. I have 22 wood casement windows to replace (half are badly rotted; rest in decent shape): 7 triples, 2 doubles, 2 singles, 7 picture, 4 awning. I don't know anything specific about the Alside 6100 sliding glass door, but I would say that any company who would make the Excalibur window should be questioned on their other product lines. And I was also told that I had to have pressurized glass (hope I am using the correct terminology) in the bathroom to meet code? I love the new smartphones because you can take pictures of the windows and send it to them and they can see the problem without having to come all the way out to your home, which can often be difficult to achieve. Interlock at sash meeting rails creates a super-tight seal against airinfiltration, providing security, comfort and well-being. I have tried to locate local dealers who sell Okna, Simonton, and Polaris as it seems these are very good choices. Texas, Arizona, South Florida, etc) you are better suited to have sash reinforcement because of high temps and and potential sagging issues. If the spread was more, I would consider the Vinyl Kraft Option. I am looking for a quality window as I have no plans to sell my home. If we are not the advertiser their bid goes up to 28k. Their doors are no different in my opinion. We have an upper and lower deck. Mulling the UltraMaxx, Sheffield and Casement Series Windows can also be done easily with a 2-Part mullion (UV10) as shown in Diagram C. As with the 3000 Mezzo, the two units butt up to e.ach other and the mullion is snapped into place. Beveled mainframe on double-hung and sliding windows complement any home's style. Only plus is that the Polaris has a 54" double hung, and I don't have to deal with a slider. We also have a Renewal by Anderson quote for $80K. I would rank the Alside Mezzo a 5 out of 10 for vinyl windows. Steve - Homeowner - from 2020, Steve, the Mezzo line is the newer series, while the Ultramaxx is the higher end series. Supposedly the windows are quoted 40% off, labor is $4080. I do like Milgard though and think that the extra $800 for the Tuscany is definitely worth it. Would you suggest new construction or replacement windows if the windows are to be mulled? quote range is 14500-16600. Thomas - Homeowner - from 2020, Thomas, DP ratings for doors can vary but they should be at least 50. I think it's just cheap. Linda - Homeowner from - 2012, My recommendation would be to keep looking. Make sure to include your email address so they can get back to you directly (we never use or sell … That’s a reputation you can count on, from t he day your windows are installed until the day you sell your home. Both of these are much better windows than the Alside in my opinion and probably the ones I would suggest going with. This seems to be a big sticking point that some sales people push, but is this fact or just marketing? Thank you for your consideration. They said 6 to 8 weeks 50% down. If this is what you want to do, I'd go to Window World and see what kind of a price quote you can get. Any suggestions? Where is the quality control? As far as screens go, I think it's worth it to get a full screen, but that's just because I open my windows quite a bit and want the convenience. Both have poor reputations and their performance numbers are not worth getting excited about. The window they are doing the promotion for is the brand Alside and the model is the Mezzo. The first is the Alside Mezzo that is $15K. My choices are (all local installers): They may also run through all of the options you've selected (glass, hardware, etc.) I've received a few quotes and to say the least it's confusing. Sara - Homeowner - from 2016, Sara, the Sunrise Verde is the highest quality window you mentioned above. I'd get a bid on Simonton Reflections 5300 or 5500 model, perhaps even the Impressions 9800 - assuming you find a dealer near you. Dane - Site Editor - from 2017, I have the following bid. Mike - Homeowner - from 2015, Mike, if it were me I would go with Soft-Lite Element for $642 per window. If I were you, I would start out getting a bid on an Amerimax, perhaps their mid range vinyl window. Viwintec Casement Windows: $3685 I'd go slow, collect my bids, make sure I am good with the product(s) and the company performing the work -- and then pull the trigger. 🙁 I would talk with the salesperson to determine whether that upgrade is worth it or not. Most make an entry level window that I would avoid, but their mid range offerings are all very solid and should serve you well. I need 12 double hungs and 2 bay windows. U factor and SHGC are very close for all options. With a good low-e glass, you would have a better window over the Alside 2000 series. I never would have guessed choosing a window could be so difficult. We are looking at replacing all of our windows. Dane - Site Editor - from 2020, I have a quote from an local company that installs alside windows. What are your thoughts about this scenario and are there any other brands I should be considering? I would say that Alside's best window, the Ultramaxx, is a mid range window. U-factor .20 Dane - Site Editor - from 2016, Hi Tim, I found an installer that suggested Alside windows the Mezzo line. Good mid range windows include the Ply Gem Pro Series, Milgard Tuscany (west coast), Wincore 7700 series, Okna 600, PGT 2300 series, Soft-Lite Classic, Sunrise Classic, Polaris Thermalweld, Simonton 5500 series, and Zen Nirvana. We would have to stick a sign in the yard for 30 days etc. Our neighbors had their windows done around the same time with Renewal by Andersens and they haven't had any of these problems. If you decide to get a better quality window, then I would suggest searching around to see if the following window brands are available from a local company: Sunrise, Soft-Lite, Polaris, Vytex, and Zen windows. In fact, the many popular Alside window models, including Sheffield®, UltraMaxx® and Mezzo®, already meet the new requirements with existing glass package options offered by the company. It looks like DaBella sells Preservation windows, which are a private label Alside window that are typically pretty overpriced as well (at least in my opinion). I think for the extra $3K, you can get the Simonton 5500 series or the PGT5400 series. I'm not a huge fan of the Mezzo, but it's air infiltration numbers are impressive. We've been really happy with them. What about the Alside 6100 sliding glass door - any comments on it you can share. AI unknown They don’t sound all that great. I don't know much about Allstate siding and windows in Houston, but they do seem to have some pretty solid online reviews and they have been in business for quite some time. They look good and are pretty sturdy for the price. The AR90 option is a glass package, correct? I have 19 windows in all and want decent energy efficient windows that rerun no upkeep. Sheffield Windows feature a sloped sill helping to prevent air and water infiltration while maintaining a timeless, detailed appearance. Love to get some advise. We are in Northern Kentucky Quote: $4,200 1 Double Hung 36W x 38H The Alside Mezzo uses a fairly weak frame and bad design with loose tolerances. Also, a local dealer sells Sunrise windows and another dealer can get us a quote on the upgraded Sunrise Verde. There are many other choices available which offer better performance numbers and are a solid window. Though if you can spend some time to research some other options that are available which may offer you better peace of mind. VT 34% The Zen and Soft-Lite are my favorites of the bunch. Champion is coming out on Wednesday but I hear they are high pressure. VT 44% The Alside dealer quoted us out on both the Mezzo and Sheffield, with these quotes being the same price. If not, maybe consider Zen. Make sure to include your email address so they can get back to you directly (we never use or sell your email, we promise.) Misconceptions. The 6100 series would be $18K ($15K with their promotion). I had all of my condo windows replaced, and the difference in sound was amazing. However, the Alside 6400 patio door is the one product I would give a thumbs up to. Tim - Site Editor - from 2016, Preservation windows are made by Alside. The condo was built in 2000 and has original builders grade windows. I am trying to decide between the Alside Mezzo window and the Lowes Reliabilt window. Every precision-engineered component contributes to superior energy savings. Dane - Site Editor - from 2016, Considering the Mezzo and Milgard Tuscany. Milgard used to be available in the mid west and east, but now is really only available in the west half of the country. The cost are similar. Quote: $2,945 Tim - Site Editor, The Alside Mezzo is the company's newest window series; it's essentially an updated Excalibur window that uses an identical frame, but with an improved window sill and reinforced sash. I have four windows by the way. U-factor .23 The Soft-Lite Classic is the much better window over the Alside Mezzo and the Perfection Gold. My experience has been awful - poor quality product and the company does not stand by their product. The Mezzo was cheaper. Both these company's mid range vinyl windows are quite good and should be an excellent fit for what you are looking for. RWT – Replacement Window Techs – also local highly rated on Angie's List and BBB A+. I live in Washington, DC and we have extreme heat in the summer and cold in the winter, and we haven't had any problems with drafts or cold spots. Here is what I do that keeps me in my comfort zone when negotiating - "We really like the Elements Series and want to go with you guys, but it is a little out of our price range. There are lots of mid range vinyl windows out there. I got a sample window and it looks okay. I got a quote from Zen which is higher and their online way of doing business isn't ideal for someone like me who has a lot of questions and variables. Tim - Site Editor - from 2018, Hi Tim, we have quotes for replacing all 30 windows in our home for the following options (Milgard was too high at $27.5k, although we liked the windows they were too much higher). Dane - Site Editor - from 2018, We have 6 replacement windows, all encased in steel, which makes for a costlier project. Dane - Site Editor - from 2020, We are replacing all window and sliding door. To keep production costs low, all four sides have the same extrusion, which results in a weaker frame. The Alside Mezzo is an okay middle of the road window and with professional installation that sounds like its not a bad option given what your looking for. So the Ultramaxx is considered a decent vinyl window, I'd probably say it's a solid mid range vinyl widow. They are worse than the ones we replaced. 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