Soft-Lite windows is a vinyl window manufacturer based in Streetsboro, OH. They produce a range of replacement window options that are distributed through local contractors typically East of the rockies. Their products are generally of fine quality, but they are often sold with aggressive sales tactics. This really depends on the contractor offering the products and it is not good for the consumer.
Here you’ll find detailed Soft-Lite windows reviews including the following models:
- Imperial LS
- Imperial Elite
- Soft-Lite Pro
- Soft-Lite Classic
- Classic Plus
- Bainbridge Luxury Edition
- Sliding patio doors
These are the popular Soft-Lite windows models . As you’ll see in the reviews they’re typically good quality products, but their sales and marketing tactics leave something to be desired. They are also a relatively small manufacturer which is not necessarily a bad thing. One should consider this when comparing options. Several smaller window manufacturers with fine products have gone out of businesses in recent years leaving their customers with no warranty.
Other popular Soft-Lite windows posts that you might find helpful:
- Soft-Lite windows complaints – What’s the issue here?
- Soft-Lite windows FAQ
- Warranty Review for Soft-Lite windows
- Soft-Lite windows prices
- Soft-Lite Pro vs Soft-Lite Classic
Soft-Lite purchased the assets of Gorell windows out of bankruptcy a little while back. Gorell was a great company to illustrate this point. They made a fine product that was frequently praised online. Now all of the folks who listened to that advice are out of luck.
As you’ll see in the reviews, Soft-Lite windows come in a rage of models that are often offered at drastically different price points. The Elements and the Imperial LS models are touted as the “top of the line”. While it does get excellent energy efficiency ratings, it also uses a relatively thick frame which blocks some light.
The Soft-Lite Pro and Soft-Lite Classic make up the middle of the pack. These two windows are especially the same. We’ve reviewed each window separately and then we’ve also compared the differences between the two.
We’ll go through the options explaining the advantages and disadvantages. We’ll also look at the Soft-Lite windows warranty, ratings, pricing and cost to offer the full picture of the options.
Check back often to keep up with the latest and greatest information on Soft-Lite windows and sliding patio doors.
What if I have more questions about Soft-Lite windows?
Find our Soft-Lite windows FAQ page right here. We answer any question about Soft-Lite windows for everyone to see.
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