Thermally Improved Aluminum Series Windows
The appearance and quality of Aluminum Thermal Break Windows exceeds windows of other materials
I researched replacement windows of various manufacturers and materials prior to selecting Milgards Thermal Break Alumimun Frame Window. After seeing a Milgard sample window and cut through a frame member my lifetime of experience in the design and construction field convinced me this was an excellent product and my choice for my 30 year old home.
January 24, 2013
Glass keep foging
I have purched over 60 windows and door from Milguard I have had over 10 window seal leak. Nice that thay were all coverd but not very easy to get done in a timley mater.
February 19, 2015
Love these windows.
Milgard has been wonderful to work with and I love my new windows. I only replaced three windows, I wish I would have replaced them all, when I do they will Milgard.
February 18, 2015
Single hung are 1/2 a window
Heat collects on the ceiling but this window does not open on the top. A design defect. The architect (me) selected it. I am to blame.
January 26, 2015
I specified Thermally improved but--
I have had several glass units replaced because of internal leaks and all of the frames get ice on the inside
November 30, 2014
I'm impressed by the product.
I was not interested in Milgard windows in the past. Had seen them installed
in new constructions and they seemed a low quality product. I went in and viewed
the aluminum series. I bought 28 windows and sliders. I was happy to see what the quality of the product received upon delivery.
My building is looking so much better with these new windows and sliders. As we are in very close proximity to a freeway, the improved sound control in the units, is very much appreciated.
I highly recommend Milgard's thermally improved aluminum windows.
November 22, 2014
Looks great but beware if you ever plan to open your windows
The positive: These windows are beautiful architecturally. I'm a professional architect and have used these in my own modern home.
The screens must be removed or opened via hinge every single time you want to open your window. It is a huge hassle and the tiny plastic clips that hold your screen frame to the window frame break very easily (mine snapped off after just opening my windows three times.
The window mechanism should be designed so that opening via crank, etc. can be done without having to first open the screen.
October 28, 2014
I moved into my house when it was barely 5 years old and the windows have been terrible since day one! They have broken seals and I am forced to put plastic coverings on all my windows in the winter because you can feel a breeze when sitting on the couch. The company refuses to fix the broken seals because I am not the original homeowner. These windows were obviously defective when put in or the material is such poor quality that all their products function in this manner. I will be sure to never purchase or recommend this compant to anyone.
August 6, 2014