Wincore 7700 Windows Reviews

The Wincore 7700 window is the upgraded replacement vinyl window that offers all of the same standard features as the 5400 series, along with a few nice upgrades and custom options. The 7700 comes standard with a beveled frame, Low E glass and argon fills, a U channel spacer, double pane glass, a constant force coil spring balance system, a sloped sill, cam locks and contoured grids.

In addition, consumers can choose from a number of different interior woodgrain options that includes maple, cherry, light oak, white oak, and dark oak. On the exterior, homeowners can choose from the standard tan, clay, white, as well as a Hunter Green or a Mesa Red, Bronze, Earth Tone and Brown. There are also a number of additional interior cam lock options that include a bright brass, antique brass, satin nickel or bronze, in addition to the standard clay, tan and white. In terms of the decorative glass options, consumers can choose from the three options available on the 5400, as well as a glue chip or a rain glass pattern.

Review By John M. - Site Editor - 2015

Wincore 7700 Windows Costs

Consumers can expect the Wincor 7700 model to run $35 - $50 per square foot for the window itself, depending on the number of upgrades and options that you opt for. Comparable window costs include Champion windows prices and Simonton 5500 windows cost.

-- Window Itself: $35 to $50 per square foot --

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Wincore 7700 Window Ratings

The Wincor 7700 double hung with the low E grids and argon fills should deliver a U-factor of .31, and SHGC of .23 and a VT of .41.

All in all, these are just pretty mediocre numbers and will not compare to some of the top rated vinyl windows such as the Sunrise Restorations and Soft-Lite Element. Of course, 7700 window will be much less expensive than these best of the best vinyl windows.

Wincore 7700 Window Warranty

The Wincore vinyl window warranty includes a lifetime provision on all vinyl components against flaking, peeling or corrosion. Exterior frame coatings are warranted for a period of 10 years. The insulated glass unit on both the 7700 and 5400 units are warranted for 20 years, after which the company will pay 75% of the replacement cost until year 20 and 50% of the replacement cost from years 30 to 50.

The Wincore warranty is transferable to one additional owner and you must notify the company of the transfer within 30 days and pay a $50 transfer fee. This is a relatively common requirement for a transferable vinyl window warranty. Wincore does not cover any labor cost to remove the fast defective product or to have the replacement window installed.

As with all window warranties, the Wincore warranty does include number of limitations and exclusions that we would urge consumers to read in order to more fully understand the provisions included and more importantly what is not covered.

Wincore 5400 Windows Reviews

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Wincore 7700 Windows vs Pella 250 Series

What are your thoughts on Pella 250 or 350 versus a Wincore window?

Sandra - Homeowner - August 1, 2016

Website Editor's Answer

Sandra, the Pella 250 and 350 are probably equal in terms of quality and craftsmanship to the Wincore 5400, which is the entry level or base vinyl window. I like the Wincore 7700 quite a bit and actually think this is one of the better windows for the price point. (Having said this, let me also say that price point varies by rep and local ocmpany so this may not always be true.)

I will say that the Pella 250 and 350 are the best vinyl windows that Pella has ever made, but that's also not saying a heck of a lot.

If it were me, I'd go with the Wincore 7700 series, it's a pretty darn good vinyl window -- but not the best :)

Editor Jim R. - August 1, 2016

Wincore vs Renewal By Andersen

Wincore replacement window quote - $9,000

Renewal replacement quote on 21 Windows - $28,0000

Am I missing something?

Mark - Homeowner - June 5, 2016

Website Editor's Answer

Mark, you aren't missing anything. Renewal By Andersen prices are often the most expensive quotes out there, by a lot. I know friends who have them and they love their windows, but honestly I don't think they are worth the cost.

Personally, I think Wincore makes a good vinyl window, although I would go with the upgraded 7700 series over the Wincore 5400 series myself. I feel like there is quite a bit of value in this product. Of course, I would hope that you like the look and feel of the Wincore window.

Installation (or I should say proper and thorough installation) makes a big difference, so as long as you feel comfortable with the quality of the install from the company offering the Wincore, I would do the Wincore 7700 series and save yourself a whole boatload of money over the RBA.

Editor Jim R. - June 5, 2016

Wincore 7700 Series vs Simonton Reflection 5050

We have a choice between Wincore 7700 Series or Simonton Reflection 5050. Which is a better choice? There are 6 windows that are approximately 27 x 75 and 3 transom windows 27x12. They will be in a South facing sun room. We live in Kansas if that helps.

Amy - Homeowner - February 27, 2016

Website Editor's Answer

Amy, sorry for the delay in getting back to you, I apologize. I would have to say the Wincore 7700 series is going to be the winner against the Simonton 5050 series. I would say the 7700 series is more on par with either the Simonton 5300 or even the 5500 series, which are the upgraded series from the 5050. Assuming you like the installer and trust the quality of their work from the company offering the Wincore, this would be my pick for sure.

Best of luck and let us know if you have any additional questions!

Editor John M. - February 27, 2016