Lifetime Warranty? That’s right, all of our residential windows come standard with a lifetime warranty. It can even be transferred if you move or sell your house.
SoftLite warrants that its vinyl windows and doors will be free from manufacturing or material defects for so long as such products remain in use at the home where originally installed and the original purchaser (or authorized transferee) owns and resides in such home. Our Lifetime Warranty is designed to protect your investment and our reputation. It guarantees that our windows will not rot, rust, warp, pit, corrode or blister, and that our vinyl colors will remain true for the life of your home. Our Lifetime Warranty is non-prorated and is fully transferable. We also warranty all moving parts and the hermetically insulated seal against defects in materials or workmanship. Finally, we offer an optional glass breakage rider for extra peace of mind. Our Lifetime Warranty shows that we stand behind our windows and the people who buy them.
Our approach to business remains the same throughout the years. We are dedicated to providing innovative products that exceed industry standards for quality, reliability, and performance. We use leading edge technologies and equipment in manufacturing, allowing us to exceed our customers’ requirements for beautiful, strong and thermally efficient windows.
We offer an extensive line of replacement windows and accessories to fit any home, region or climate. All our products are built to last, and are backed by an on-going commitment to the people who buy them. Quality and commitment to excellence have been the cornerstones of our success. They will continue to serve as the foundations for our efforts in the future.
As the weather grows colder, foggy windows can become a problem in some homes. This simple phenomenon happens when an object is cooler than the air around it, causing a thin layer of water molecules to form on the surface. The windows in our homes are among the most common spots where this condensation occurs because windowpanes receive direct contact with the cold air outside and are usually the coldest surfaces in the interior of a house. While this may sound harmless, the condensation that forms causes water droplets to run down windows and walls, which can result in mold and mildew.