Find our Silver Line windows FAQ below. Here we’ll look at all of the common questions we get about Kensington HPP windows. If you have a question that isn’t answered we invite you to post a comment at the bottom to ask your question. We read all of the comments and will be happy to answer your question for everyone to see.
Silver Line windows is one of many brands owned by Ply Gem. Ply Gem makes many popular window brands including Simonton, Great Lakes, Atrium, American Craftsman and more. Silver Line is positioned as one of the lower end lines and we would recommend looking for a nicer option.
No. Silver Line windows are made to be cheap. In order to be priced lower and to avoid stealing market share from the other Ply Gem brands they make sure the Silver Line windows are not very nice. If you’re considering Silver Line windows we would suggest that you consider something else.
Yes. Silver Line windows are very basic, bottom of the line products. These are not windows we would recommend. Ply Gem, the owner of Silver Line, makes other window brands that are much nicer. You can find more and better window options here.
Home Depot. Silver Line windows are sold in Home Depot stores. Box stores tend to sell cheap windows that don’t compare very well to nicer options. Box stores are also not great at installing windows. Buying Silver Line windows from Home Depot would not be recommended.
Yes. In the past Andersen sold quite a few vinyl windows through the Silver Line and American Craftsman brands. Andersen sold these brands to Ply Gem and they are still the owner of Silver Line windows.
Yes. Ply Gem makes several brands that are much nicer than Silverline. For example, you could consider Simonton or Great Lakes windows. Both of these brands are also made by Ply Gem but they are much nicer than Silver Line.
No. Simonton windows will generally be nicer products than Silver Line windows. Simonton and Silver Line are owned by the same parent company and they deliberately make cheap windows under the Silver Line brand.
No. Great Lakes and Silver Line are both produced by Ply Gem. The intentionally make the Great Lakes window brand a more premium brand and the Silver Line brand a more price focused and cheaper brand. Silver Line windows are not as nice.
Not really. Silver Line is a low end brand that only offers low end options. You can get a more efficient option from a nicer manufacturer. We would defininltey suggest looking at other options as the Silver Line windows are not very nice.
It’s just branding. Ply Gem, the parent company of Silver Line, also makes several other window lines. Some are higher end, some are sold on box stores, some are new construction focused, etc. Silver Line windows are designed to be cheap and they are not very nice.
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Happy window shopping!