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Question DetailsAsked on 5/15/2011

Anyone have experience with InLine Fiberglass Windows & Doors?

Has anyone out there installed InLine products?

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I have not, but I'm curious about this myself (my parents may be replacing some windows in the near future).

How big is the project you're planning on?

Answered 6 years ago by TheDecider

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We are planning to replace the back wall of the house with floor to ceiling windows. Everything I have read sounds great but there are no Wisconsin installs. I have had great reviews from everyone I have talked with. Check them out at www.inlinefiberglass.com

Answered 6 years ago by BobR

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I have to say that Inline Windows' line of Euro- Tilt ’N Turn windows is a welcome addition to the North American market. I've never seen windows like this in the US, but they're all over the place in Europe. These types of windows can be easily opened in one of two different directions, which gives you several different ventilation options, makes the windows easy to clean and makes them ideal for exiting the room in an emergency. We have had excellent results with our Integrity Wood Ultrex Series windows that were installed as part of a home renovation, but I would have seriously looked at these Inline windows had I known about them at the time.

Answered 6 years ago by MichaelL

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I realize this questions is a bit old, but these are the kinds of things I read when searching for windows, and hopefully I can help a future window shopper. We are in the middle of a terrible experience with Inline.

We purchased 27 double hung triple pane replacement windows in October of 2011, Eternity 9000 series, Synergy glass package I believe. Since the day of delivery, the window locks have been literally falling out of the fiberglass. We have come to find out that the screws were just screwed in to the fiberglass without a "backer plate" to hold them there, so they are tearing out. This is a design flaw and not something that can be fixed after the fact. In the three months since delivery one inline tech came on site to see our issues and basically glued a few lock in with silicon, which just today popped back out when we tried to show them to another tech. Today, two months after installation was completed (they told us to continue with installation while they "fixed" the problem), a new tech finally came out. This poor guy knew nothing of the back story and was also going to try using silicon to "fix" the locks, until we showed him the last attempted fix. This is seriously a design issue and is a problem with every single one of the 27 windows; Inline has so far been unresponsive to the company we bought the windows from. We spent a large chunk of money purchasing and having these windows installed, and they are pretty much garbage. We are considering legal action.

Answered 5 years ago by erinjo




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