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Opinions on Weathershield Visions 3000 windows?

Posted by renbelle (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 3, 10 at 11:03

Anyone have experience with Weathershield Visions 3000 vinyl double hung replacement windows? We backed away from wood windows due to price, and these have been recommended to us as a good vinyl option. The following looks appealing to us:

* The specs look good (multi-chamber, warm spacer, U rating, SHGC esp. with Zo-e 5 glass, etc.).

* Offer a simulated divided light grill -- which is a requirement for us

* Clean looking design / frame

Wondering about the following though:

* Do they perform well over time (infiltration, color stability, operation, etc.)?

* Zo-e 5 glass has a low light transmittance rating and a pretty noticeable tint. Is this just how it is with all energy efficient windows?

Thanks for any insights / experiences / comparisons you can share.

J


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RE: Opinions on Weathershield Visions 3000 windows?

I only have experience with the Weathershield Wood and Vinyl New Construction and my experience is not good!


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RE: Opinions on Weathershield Visions 3000 windows?

Thanks asfa. Can you fill in some details on your experience? What were the issues?


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RE: Opinions on Weathershield Visions 3000 windows?

Poor construction(no quality control). Customer service lacking severely.


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RE: Opinions on Weathershield Visions 3000 windows?

Visions Pro=does not charge extra for custom sizes. ZoE Shield glass is outstanding. Ivory color is rare. Visions cons=no Clay color available. SDL bar only available in 7/8" width. Customer service has been suspect in past, but seems to be getting better. Depends a lot on the local dealer. Also look at the 2000 series(different look).


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