Wallside Window Basics
Wallside windows prices will range from $190 to $400 fully installed for a normal sized opening. Explore more about this vinyl window manufacturer and how they market and price out their products.
Wallside sells their own line of replacement windows, as well as do their own installation - this is as opposed to companies like Anlin or Alside who sell their windows through distributors. Wallside is a Michigan based company that is considered more of a regional window company - unlike Silverline or Marvin who sell their products in every state. They sell windows througout Michigan and in the states that surround it and have been expanding very quickly over the past five years.
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Wallside advertises their vinyl windows in much the same way as Window World - they offer a $190 fully installed teaser price, which is their stripped down vinyl window. During the presentation, the homeowner can select upgrades, like low-e glass, spacers, foam fills in the frame, better hardware, an installation warranty, etc. All of these upgrades add to the per window cost. Most contractors and installers would say that they make a mid range vinyl window.
Cost Of Wallside Windows
Some contractors and homeowners complain that this ala carte pricing is a deceptive practice. Our take is that there is nothing wrong with this as long as a company is upfront about this appraoch with the consumer. Other homeowners have complained about strong sales tactics - basically sitting the customer down for a 90 minute presentation and then asking for the business then and there. We advise consumers to get multiple bids from local companies, to take at least a few days to look over the bids, vet the companies and really compare the bids in order to find the best window and installation at the best price.