Windows and doors are a $27.6 billion industry(↗) in the United States with vinyl windows making up the biggest market share (71.9 percent, in 2018(↗)). As the window market continues to grow, more companies will offer vinyl windows. More options are great for homeowners and builders, but it can also be difficult to narrow down your choices.
In this post, we’ll introduce you to some of the best vinyl window companies in the market.
But first, why are vinyl windows so popular?
Not all vinyl windows are the same but generally, you can expect vinyl windows to be energy efficient and with the right glass package they’ll meet ENERGY STAR® rating criteria(↗). Below are some advantages of vinyl windows:
- Affordable - compared to wood and fiberglass, vinyl is very affordable
- Energy-efficient - excellent insulating properties
- Low-maintenance - no painting or staining needed on vinyl
- Durable - resistant to mold, rot, and insects
- Customizable - available in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes
Learn more: What are the Pros and Cons of Vinyl Windows?
NT Window is one of our most trusted vinyl window partners. For over 30 years NT has delivered quality products and is consistently recognized as a Top 100 Manufacturer(↗) by Window & Door Magazine, the leading fenestration industry trade publication
NT offers five vinyl window series for the residential market.
Fort Worth, Texas
Milgard began selling aluminum windows in 1962, over the years it has expanded its product offerings including adding several vinyl window options. As a vertically integrated window manufacturer, Milgard has complete control over the quality of its products from start to finish. Milgard even uses its own vinyl formula designed to withstand harsh climates.
Tacoma, Washington - Corporate
Sacramento, Simi Valley, and Temecula, California
Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
Simonton Windows was founded in 1946 as an exterior aluminum products manufacturer. In 1981, Simonton Windows began producing energy-efficient vinyl windows quickly becoming a leader in the vinyl window market. Today, Simonton offers a variety of window styles that can be customized to complement your home.
Cary, North Carolina
Founded in 1925, Pella has been in business for nearly 100 years. Although Pella’s rich history as a window manufacturer began in 1937, Pella didn’t offer vinyl windows until 2003. Today, Pella offers three highly-rated vinyl window series.
Alside has manufactured exceptional exterior building products since the 1940s. For over 70 years Alside has successfully expanded its portfolio to fit the demands of the market. Originally aluminum siding experts, Alside now offers a variety of vinyl building products including vinyl replacement windows.
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
MI was founded in 1947 and began manufacturing vinyl replacement windows in 1981. MI Windows and Doors is one of the nation’s largest suppliers of vinyl windows. Most recently MI opened a new manufacturing plant in Flower Mound, Texas focused on products specifically designed for the Southern market. MI also acquired Milgard Windows & Doors in 2019.
Jeld-Wen is one of the world’s largest window and door manufacturers. Founded in 1960, Jeld-Wen quickly gained a strong reputation and began expanding its product offerings. Today Jeld-Wen offers windows made from various frame materials. Vinyl options range from builder’s grade windows to premium options.
Charlotte, North Carolina
Atrium Windows and Doors was founded in 1946 and is one of the largest manufacturers of premium vinyl windows and doors in the United States. As a vertically integrated manufacturer, Atrium has full control over the quality of its products including the vinyl formula used to make its frames and sashes.
Welcome, North Carolina
Sunrise Windows, founded in 1994, is the youngest company on our list. In just 25 years Sunrise has manufactured over 3 million windows and has consistently appeared on Window & Door magazine’s Top 100 Manufacturers list. Sunrise offers a full selection of premium vinyl replacement windows.
As home improvement contractors ourselves, we’ve worked with lots of window manufacturers including many on this list. To learn more about the products offered by each company visit the manufacturer’s website. Homeowners or builders located in Texas can learn more about the vinyl window products we offer by checking out our product catalog.