Lansing windows are distributed by Lansing Building Products. Lansing has distribution warehouses in 24 states across the country.
It is important to note that Lansing is a wholesale distributor NOT a window manufacturer. They “private label” these windows to appear as though they are made by Lansing.
In fact, Lansing windows are manufactured by Atrium. You can find our detailed reviews of Atrium windows here.
Why would a company act as if they produce the windows when in fact they do not? It’s a strange concept for many folks outside of the replacement window business, but it’s a relatively common practice. They do it for a few reasons:
- It may be easier for their contractor customers to sell the products as “better” when in fact they just have a different brochure
- It can be harder for the end customer to compare options because they don’t really know who is making the products.
In our experience Lansing windows are typically only sold by the tradesman type company. Maybe he’s the guy you called to fix a leak or replace some tile and he also offers to install a new window for you.
Lansing offers their Atrium windows under the following brands:
- Lansing Series 10
- Lansing Series 40
- Lansing Series 80
- Lansing Series 90
- Lansing Series 150
- Lansing Series 450
Most real well established window companies wouldn’t offer a product like this as it goes through too many hands. Atrium produces the window, Lansing buys the window, Lansing sells it to the handyman, the handyman sells it to you. Each party along the way is marking up the cost. The end result is that you got a cheap window for a moderate price and several people made a couple bucks along the way.
If you’re considering Lansing windows we would encourage you to read through the best replacement windows reviews online right here. There are better options out there.