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Semco French Doors

I'm shopping for a patio door and came across one from Semco that was very beefy, which I actually like the look of. I'm also looking at the french door from the Pella Architect Series. I can't find too much information on Semco, although some of the reviews from a while back are not very flattering. Any advice or recommendation for French door manufacturers?

Alex - Homeowner - 2012

[Contractor Response]

For French doors, I would recommend ProVia or Thermatru. I have no experience with Semco's doors, but I don't much care for their windows.

Mike - Contractor - 2012


Are Semco The Way To Go

We building a home in Wisconsin and the contractor is recommending Semco Windows, which is apparently their go to window, I'm not sure which model it is. There is little information on them, although it looks like they are made relatively close by. Just curious what people thought of the brand.

Adrian - Homeowner - 2012

[Contractor Response]

Semco isn't the worst wood clad window out there and they have definitely stepped up their game in the last few years. Are they on par with Marvin, Andersen and Kolbe? Abolutely not, but they are also much less expensive than those top brands. If you are looking for a good wood clad window that won't cost you and arm and a leg, go with Marvin Integrity with the wood interior option.

Brian - Contractor - 2012

[Contractor Response]

Semco is builder grade on my opinion and I wouldn't have this as my go to window unless I was getting an amazing deal on it. I stay away from wood clad for most projects and stick to the upper end of the vinyl market, HiMark, Soft-Lite and Gorell. Just my $2 cents.

Dutch - Contractor - 2012


Condensation Problems

I have new Alliance windows that get ice on them during cold spells. I can't feel any air getting in and don't understand why there is condensation. My previous home had Soft-Lites and Semco and we never had this problem.

Michelle - Homeowner - 2010

[Contractor Response]

It could be the spacer they are using in the Alliance windows, which is a Duralite Warm Edge. The Soft-Lite window uses a SuperSpacer and the Semco uses a NRG metal channel. That is the only thing I can think of. I wonder if there are steel components in these Alliance windows. That would be one item that is different than the other windows.

Darrell - Contractor - 2010









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