If you’re looking for the best replacement windows Minnesota has to offer we can help. We’ll be headed out to the North Star State soon to meet with local companies all over the state.
You’re certainly aware that the climate in Minnesota can be a little tough, but it’s perfectly manageable as long as you’re prepared. This is also true with your new windows. Get the right windows and you’ll love them for years, but if you get windows that are designed for a more temperate climate you might not be thrilled with the results.
As you might expect we’ll be starting with these citing and we’ll be expanding from there:
Are you the best window company in your town? We may be looking for you, details here.
While we’re working on these there are a few great ways for you to get started on your replacement window project. First, I’d suggest looking at our Start Here page.
Then, you should check out our page on common window sales tactics and you can also read through our detailed replacement window reviews.
There are always more window reviews in the works and if you have any particular questions or comments you can post a comment anywhere.
The best way you can help your friends in Minnesota is to post a comment right here on this page about your experiences shopping for new windows. Which companies did you meet with, which products did you consider, how did the project turn out.
Post a comment about anything you’d like and know that it helps everyone who comes behind you. The hardest part about navigating the replacement window business is dealing with the lack of transparency. This is one easy way you can help!
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Thanks for coming by and we hope you’ve found the site to be helpful. For more info feel free to take a look through our detailed replacement window reviews right here.
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Looking for some feedback on Zen windows
Well, Marvin has the worst customer service … so keep that in mind. Failed to give me a clue what’s wrong with leaking window — just said it was not their window that was the problem/everything’s fine. Not at all helpful when I asked for a hint or two as to what possibly to go back and tell the installer (general contractor) — who of course, will say its the window, not his work. And then I, as the unlucky customer, will just be stuck in the middle. This ain’t rocket science for an installer or window company. Should be able to help me more than this. Goodbye, Marvin Windows. Thanks for nothing.
I really appreciate your information on window replacement. My brother’s windows are too dirty to just wash. I’ll suggest he get them replaced.
Had a Pella rep come out and check for 8 sliding windows. He quoted the windows and installation at almost 1500.00 a window. There are a few sizes but most are right around 48×48. These are the encompass ones. He said the 250 were good but these were similar for less. I’m also seeing Lowe’s sells something similar under the Thermastar name. My questions are, 1500.00 seems crazy and that includes a 450 percent install discount but you never really see the original price to tell. I estimate around 400/window for replacing existing with new ones, not replacements. Second is are these the same windows at Lowe’s for 300.00? I’m located in MN, any suggestions on other brands? What should this window cost with installation? No trim work.