Best North Carolina Replacement Windows

Explore our recommendations for the best North Carolina replacement windows from top manufacturers and local companies. NC has many options for vinyl and wood clad windows and consumer shouldn’t have too difficult a time finding multiple bids from quality local companies. Always let the contractors and companies know that you are getting multiple bids before you make your decisions in order to get the best window prices possible.


Soft-Lite is headquartered in Ohio and has tons of distributors throughout the state. They are one of better vinyl window manufacturers around and always get very nice reviews from contractors and homeowners alike.

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Simonton is a nationwide brand with a strong presence in Texas. Their lower end windows are just okay, but their mid range Reflections 5300 Series and 5500 Series vinyl windows are a good buy. Consumers can expect to pay anywhere from $300 for the Assure to $650 for the Impressions series fully installed for a normal sized opening.

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Andersen is a national manufacturer that offers four main models and series to choose from under their name (they also own Silverline, Renewal By Andersen and American Craftsman). Their windows are expensive, but well made and the company certainly stands behind their work. Their 200 and 400 window series are the best known and the 400 Woodwright model is generally considered their best window.

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Pella receives very mixed reviews for their vinyl and lower end wood windows. They are known for making very nice wood windows that are on par in terms of price with many of the other leading manufacturers like Andersen and Loewen. Some contractors in the industry think Pella is an average window sold at a high price, while other like the product and customer service.

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The Marvin Infinity windows and the Integrity are both available as a fiberglass exterior and interior (although the Integrity can be ordered in a real wood interior). They are nice looking windows, but many people feel the Infinity series is a better choice. While more expensive that the Integrity, the Infinity offers a thicker frame and more options including a lifetime warranty with a twenty year glass warranty.

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