Okna windows reviews will be posted here as the are available. Generally speaking Okna windows is a relatively small manufacturer based in PA. They produce a range of vinyl replacement windows for residential use.
Okna windows reviews:
- Okna 400 Series windows also called Precision Weld
- Okna 500 Series windows also called Insul-Tec
- Okna 700 Series Casement windows
- Okna 750 Series Awning windows
- Okna 800 Series windows also called Enviro-Star
It’s important to note that Okna windows is a pretty small company as far as vinyl window manufacturers go. Small companies in this arena don’t always fare very well as our old friends at Gorell Windows found out. Unfortunately, window manufacturing requires relatively high fixed costs to support the operations, machinery and management of a window plant. This cost structure combined with the financing costs typically associated with such a business makes these smaller manufacturers vulnerable when faced with a slowdown in sales or gross profit. We don’t know anything about Okna’s finances as they’re a private company, but this is generally the case with any smaller manufacturer.
Okna windows has also been involved in some questionable marketing in the past which may or may not be relevant to todays window shoppers. They settled a class action lawsuit that was brought by over 1000 angry customers in New Jersey just a few years ago. The lawsuit stemmed from the fact that there were false marketing claims made during the sales process. One of their largest dealers went bankrupt as a result and all of those homeowners spent time and energy on the matter. This is settled and behind them now, but it is probably worth considering.
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