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West Coast Manufacturers

Milgard, Anlin, Atrium and Magic. I would rank the top four window companies on the West Coast in that order. There are several people who would rate Anlin higher than Milgard, but I don't simply because Milgard has a more developed, bigger company. Nowadays, it's hard to say whether or not a small company will survive, and you don't want to go with a company that will be gone in a few years and unable to help with warranties or other issues.

2010 - Brody - Installer

Overall Impression Of Magic Windows

What do you you think of Magic Windows? My neighbors have them and one thing I noticed is that they are hard to open and shut. The weatherstripping seems too thick, but perhaps that's because they are energy efficient? I have no idea. I want a good window that will last and have good functionality. I'm also looking at Simonton windows. Thanks in advance for any advice.

Cris - Homeowner - from 2010

[Contractor Response]

I worked for a company that sold quite a few of their windows and this is my overall impression of Magic Window Innovations -- good window but not great -- this is assuming a good install. We would get quite a few service calls on them because they have to be put in differently than other replacement windows. They use what they call Parallex hardware, which I felt had some issue. Well made, but functinonality wise it left something to be desired, especially the how the screens worked. I work in Minnesota so energy efficiency is important and I would say there are better options out there for the money. I think Simonton makes a better window, especially their Gold and Platinum Prism models. They have better points of contact, corner welds and extrusion thickness. The Simonton also uses a sloped sill instead of the pocket sill and a better warranty. For the price, I think Simonton is a good value.

John - Installer - from 2010

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