Best Replacement Windows in South Carolina 2024

best replacement windows South Carolina.

If you’re looking for the absolute best replacement windows South Carolina has to offer you’ve come to the right place.  We’ll be making a trip to the Palmetto State in the coming months to help identify to best window companies around.

As you’d probably expect we’ll be starting with these cities:

Are you the best window company in your town?  We may be looking for you, details here.

In the meantime we know you’re looking for the best information right now and we can help with that.  For starters, I’d suggest checking out our Start Here page.  We’ve tried to put together some good info to get you started down the road towards a successful project.

Then it’s probably a good idea to look through our replacement window reviews and our articles on common window sales tactics to get a good idea of what’s going on out there.

As you start seriously shopping for new windows you’ll likely find that the industry can be a little difficult to navigate.  We’re trying to help as fast as we can, but you can help too.

The best thing you can do is share your experiences so everyone can benefit.  Which companies did you meet with, what products did you consider, why did you pick one over the other, how did the pricing look, what was the end result?  All of this info will help everyone who comes behind you.

Our info will be updated as soon as we have it, but you can help right now.

Don’t be shy, post a comment about your experience or ask a question here!

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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5 responses to “Best Replacement Windows in South Carolina 2024”

  1. Robin Bachman Avatar
    Robin Bachman

    We’re getting ready to build a new home in Myrtle Beach, SC about 7 miles inland from the ocean. We want to install a good quality vinyl hurricane impact window. Our builder is recommending Viwinco or Plygem. The reviews we’ve found on Viwinco are mediocre at best. What windows do you recommend for new construction in coastal S.C.?

    1. Brian Avatar

      Who did you end up choosing? I am buying a house in Myrtle that needs new windows. Would like to find a high quality window that doesn’t cost too much.

  2. Newton Avatar

    My new constructed new home is a quality home. But the windows are Plygem windows and I have found lots of scratches on them, some fine, some worse. What is the warranty for those items. The builder said they would take care of anything we found, but since reviewing the windows, even with the Plygem rep visiting our home in a very hurried manner, they say they see the scratches but will not do anything about them. We can see some from 16 ft. away. The installer of the windows and the rep from Plygem have known each other for what sounds like decades, one got the other to work in this business with windows I believe. So when the installer, who probably scratched the glass is friends with the Plygem rep, what do we do? Also, they did admit the glass scratches could have been their glass manufacturer. But they won’t do anything. Should I get my attorney on top of this? Thank you.

    1. thewindowdog Avatar

      I’d ask them for an explanation of the glass quality standards. It is true that some very minor imperfections are considered acceptable, but I would think something you can see from 16′ away might not meet that standard. They should have an official form that will explain what is acceptable and what is not. You may have to ask / demand that several times, but I’d start out being friendly about it and see where that takes you.

      If you do get it, it would be great if you could email it over to us. I’m sure other readers will be interested as well. Typically something like that will have a clear definition so there’s not much subjectivity needed.

  3. TJ Avatar

    I haven’t seen anything posted yet regarding reviews of Moss windows, new construction. Are they a good window (3600 series)? Also, do they make a good casement window?
    Our home design calls for three casement windows. I’ll change it if we should stay away from said windows. Please advise asap.
    Thank you for your help Window Dog!

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