Alpine windows are manufactured in Bothell, Washington and are available throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Alpine windows is owned by Associated Materials, Inc. They are a holding company that owns several building products manufacturing companies throughout the US and Canada.
Historically Alpine windows were produced for the new construction market, but in recent years their Westbridge Elite line of replacement windows has been gaining popularity.
Here we’ll provide detailed reviews of all of the Alpine windows and sliding patio doors including:
- 70 Series
- 80 Series
- Westbridge Elite
- Westbridge 6500 Sliding Doors
As you can see Alpine windows only come in 3 lines. This makes understanding the options much easier than it is with many manufacturers. The 70 and 80 series are designed for new construction, the Westbridge Elite line is designed for remodeling projects along with the Westbridge 6500 sliding patio doors.
One real advantage to Alpine windows is that they’re backed by a billion dollar manufacturing company. When you’re purchasing products with a long-term warranty it’s important to consider the financial strength of the company itself. In recent years we’ve seen many small regional manufacturers go under leaving all of their past customer with no warranty at all. Example of this include Gorell windows, Kensington Windows, Republic Windows and more.
You can be relatively confident that a large company like Associated Materials will be around for the long haul which will be important if you ever need to use your warranty.