Norandex Viewpoint Windows Reviews

Explore Norandex ViewPoint Windows reviews from our editors and find product information, a general cost range and window warranty details. ViewPoint vinyl windows are sold exclusively by Norandex, which is known mainly as a building materials and supply company. The company is headquartered in Welcome, North Carolina and offers an array of vinyl windows and door options. Many of their windows are made by Atrium - see Atrium windows pricing.

The company offers the 8000 series, which is available in a double hung, their 6000 series, which comes in a double hung, slider and picture window, their 3000 series, which comes in a double hung, slider and picture window and, finally, their 1000 series, which is also available as a single hung, slider and as a picture window. The 8000 series is their premium window, while the 6000, 3000 and 1000 series progressively offer slightly lower quality and standard features for consumers.

Review By Jim R. - Site Editor

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Norandex ViewPoint Series

The ViewPoint 8000 series is the premium series from Norandex that comes in a double hung option that comes standard with low e glass and argon fills, a constant force balancing system, 2 cam locks with a security button, a DP 60 rating, a sloped sill, integrated lift rails, a full-screen, and a 4 1/4 inch frame thickness.

There are a number of optional upgrades that consumers can choose from, including a triple pane window option, super spacer system, double strength glass, upgraded exterior frame colors, interior faux wood frame finishes in either a dark or light oak and cherry, as well as interior lock colors. The 8000 window option is comparable in price and quality to the Ply Gem Premium Series.

ViewPoint Windows Price

Vinyl window replacement costs run anywhere from $40 to $90 per square foot fully installed. Norandex is a larger commercial building supply company that sells the bulk of their products to larger developers and tends to focus on builder grade windows. The 8000 series should run in the $40 to $50 psf range, while the 6000, 3000 and 1000 series will run in the $30 to $45 per square foot range for the window itself.

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Norandex Windows Warranty

The company offers a limited lifetime warranty on their vinyl windows that applies to any defects on parts, components and workmanship. The insulated glass is warranted for 25 years, although the company only covers 100 percent of the replacement cost for a single year - after that, the percentage that Norandex covers goes down based on the number of years that the consumers has owned the windows.

The remainder of their warranty is spent detailing the number of limitations and exclusions that apply to their vinyl windows and doors. Any consumer who is considering purchasing a Nornadex ViewPoint vinyl window should take the time to read the entire warranty to see how it applies to your specific product.

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Viewpoint Series 3000 Vinyl Windows

I have a viewpoint series 3000 vinyl double hung HP Low - e argon window (one of a dozen ) that was installed Sept. 2011. The glass between the panes of the upper half of one window appears to be etched in large swirling patterns. I need that half of one window replaced.

Teresa - Homeowner - April, 2020

Website Editor's Answer

You will need to locate a local Norandex or Simonton dealer to see if they can help you out. I'd start by seeing if these windows are sold at Home Depot, Lowes or Dixieline. If so, the window department should be able to find a number of a local dealer. The other option is to go on yelp and find a local window repair person and get a free bid from them. They may be able to swap out the glass for a reasonable price.

Editor John M. - April, 2020