Heartland Windows Reviews

heartland windows reviews

If you’re looking for Heartland windows reviews we can help! Heartland windows is a manufacturer located in Iowa and offering windows all over the midwest. The windows are decent but not my favorites for a variety of reasons.

You can find all of our Heartland windows reviews below. Including these models:

  • Ultra Series
  • Elite Series
  • Hampton Series

The reviews of these windows are still in process but the long and short of it is that they’re pretty middle of the road.

Heartland Ultra Series Reviews

They’ll have the same features you can find in just about any vinyl window made in the last 20 years. Things like welded corners or tilt-in sashes or a multi-chamber design are all 100% standard and completely unremarkable.

What about the Heartland windows warranty?

The Heartland Windows warranty is ok, but certainly not the best you’ll see out there. For example, they have a “lifetime” warranty which is pretty common in vinyl windows.

When you read the warranty it’s only covering the vinyl frames, moving parts and screens, but it’s not covering the insulated glass units for as long as you own the house.

The insulated glass units are the parts that can fail more frequently and can be very expensive to fix if not covered by the warranty. The Heartland warranty only covers the insulation glass units in full for 10 years and then it’s prorated coverage after that. That’s pretty limited. Many vinyl window manufacturers will offer a stronger warranty.

What if I have more questions about Heartland windows?

We can help!  Find our Heartland windows FAQ page here.  If you don’t see the answer to your question post a comment and we’ll answer your question for everyone to see.

Looking for any additional information on Heartland windows that you’re not finding here?  Post a comment and let us know.  We’ll be glad to help out!

Do you think I’m wrong about something here?

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2 thoughts on “Heartland Windows Reviews”

  1. You stated 10 year warranty on the insulated glass. The brochure we just received for Heartland windows say 30 year on the insulated glass. Please advise. Thanks

    1. thewindowdog says:

      Hi Ed, the Heartland window warranty coverage for the insulated glass units is prorated after 10 years. So, we’re saying it’s a little more limited than some other warranties in that respect. According to the warranty info on their website today you’d be responsible for 60% of the cost of a replacement after 10 years. After 25 years you’d be responsible for 90% of the cost of a replacement. So, there is some coverage to 30 years but not nearly as much as you’ll get from other manufacturers.

      Let us know if you’re looking for any additional info.

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