Window World Prices
Window World prices range from their low end headline grabbing $189 installed vinyl window all the way up to around $500 plus per window fully installed. Window World is one of largest replacement window manufacturers in the country. In general, Window World focuses on economy vinyl windows, selling a low end to mid range replacement window option.
Ala Carte Pricing. This is the term used to describe how Window World prices out their products. You start with a base price, in the case of the Comfort World 2000, it would be $189 fully installed. If you would like to upgrade to a low-e glass you would tack on $50, argon fills $25, extended warranty with glass breakage $50, any additional installation requirements $50, and so forth. The pre tax price you would be looking at with this scenario is $364 per window. Some industry insiders say this approach is deceptive, others say it is an effective marketing technique. I'll let you be the judge.
It's important for consumers to understand that Window World is a franchise, which means that each city or region is owned and operated by a different person or group. The result is a wide range of overall quality, professionalism, installation practices and bid and quote procedures. Certain owners might run multiple regions, while others run only one. Some franchises are very competent and offer good value and installation, while other franchises do not. The bottom line for consumers is to do yoursome research on your local Window World franchise to get a sense of the quality and professionalism that they offer.
Window World sells two main lines of windows, which are called the Comfort World 4000 and 6000. These used to be exclusively relabeled Alside Windows - the 4000 is either an Alside Sheffield or an Xact window and the 6000 is the Alside Ultramaxx. Check out reviews of these windows to get a sense of their quality and craftsmanship.
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Window World Comfort World 2000
Do you know if the window world of Omaha uses the old excalibur or the new Alside mezzo for the 4000 series. Thanks.
Frank - Homeowner - June, 2016
Website Editor's Answer
Frank, to the best of my knowledge, Window World uses the Comfort World 2000 as their entry level window, which is a relabeled Xact window. I've included a link to the page that provides some information on this window.
The Comford World 4000 is the Alside Sheffield series, unless they've changed something, which is certainly possible. The Window World rep should tell you if you ask, I don't see why they wouldn't. I would be remiss if I didn't try to dissuade you from putting in Window World windows. A mid range Simonton with good professional installation would be much better. Gerkin also is a brand that might be available in your area and they make good windows as well.
Editor John M. - June, 2016