Amsco Window Reviews
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Amsco Windows Warranty
I have had nothing but trouble since I purchased Amsco windows only a year ago. They are so poorly made that they lost their smooth sliding action within a few short months. I found two of my windows seemed to fog up between layers and when calling Amsco services they don't return my phone calls. The storm windows seals failed, what really irked me was the ice and condensation building up on the inside of my windows. I managed to get a dealer to come out who claimed my home has high humidity, living in the heart of the Arizona desert has lead to mold growing up between the panes in my windows. The "lifetime warranty" is worthless, with so many exceptions. Now my only option is replacing all my windows again to a brand that has a service department and a real warranty.
Amsco Serenity Window Reviews
I considered Amsco prior to us starting our remodel. The Serenity Series was appealing because of its superior noise reduction and being argon filled. The dealer was helpful and honest and I was a little guilty for not buying from them as I eventually chose Simonton.
Amsco vs Jeld Wen
There are so many reviews on the higher priced brands and the affordable options are often omitted. I found the Amsco windows to be horrible, they come with poor warranties and were badly mode. The best option for me was to steer clear of these windows and I would definitely not recommend them. The warranty offered by Amsco excludes labor and comes with a large number of exclusions. Pella Thermastar and the selection of Jeldwen windows come with one year warranties, this means that before you really get to see your windows stand up in any weather conditions, the warranty expires. The Malibu and Value Series are cheap in design and materials, overall they are very badly made.
Amsco Warranty Issues
I was disappointed to find that Amsco don't offer a labor warranty. According to Amsco, the installers or dealers are responsible for the labor warranty, but looking at the dealers that offer these windows, their warranty is exceptionally poor. The warranties had so many exclusions, they barely covered anything and even though a lifetime warranty is mentioned, none of them covered labor, which is probably the highest cost of any window repair.
Amsco Vinyl Windows Reviews
The problem I have noticed when it comes to the composite and vinyl windows is the warranty they offer. While they state they offer a warranty, if you take the time to read all the exclusions in the document, everything that could possibly go wrong is eliminated. Replacement parts can be ordered with ease, but you will never have someone come out to carry out those repairs. According to Amsco, the distributors are responsible for any labor, but at the same time the dealer will tell you that it is Amsco themselves. I would not recommend using these.
Amsco vs. Simonton Windows
I am due to have eight Amsco double hungs installed at $500.00. They look fantastic, I can't find any drafts and they look sturdy in design. The glazing beads made me a little hesitant. The Simontons appeared solid. I am really happy I chose the Amsco, they looks solid and I am really pleased these were my choice.