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Champion Windows / Sales Tactics

1 417 Hudburg Cr Suite AOklahoma City, OK, United States Review updated:
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Phone: 405-947-9800

This place is a joke... Champion offers a average window products but at a way over inflated book price then starts applying discounts of up to 50% off and then its all sales pressure to buy it now. But even at those so called discounted prices its a way to much price to pay. A jacked-up price with deep discounts is still a jacked- up price to pay. Seek out other estimates with a company that doesn't have to play those sales games with it customers in an attempt to pads its profits.

BUYERS BEWERE never sign anything within the Champion showroom that has the following contract addedums writen on it. 'Purchased in the Champion showroom using the customer supplied measurements and installation information. Customer agrees to pay any additional cost discovered during the factory measurement'... Showroom purchases are not solicited at your residents and are not subject to cancellation... That means the customer is on the hook for any addtional products or labor to complete the project. Champion will hold any down payments as hostage to hold any customer to its contracts.

Champion warranty is not worth the paper that it is writen on and is a load of crap.
Don't be fooled by those worn out sales tactics they use. Its not worth the hassel so you would be better off just seek out another contactor that can offer as good as quility of products or even better at a lower price then Champion. I would recommend the any of the following windows over the Champion products.

Consumer Reports ranked replacement windows in its October 2007 issue. The consumer group based its ratings on wind and rain resistance, durability and convenience. There are some newer products availible today.

Following is a listing of how the windows rated stacked up.

Ranking Window Manufacturer Material
1 Clad Ultimate Marvin Windows and Doors Wood
2 Wood Ultrex Integrity Marvin Windows and Doors Wood
3 400 Series Tilt Wash Andersen Windows Wood
4 ProLine Pella Corp. Wood
5 200 Series Tilt Wash Andersen Windows Wood
6 Designer Series Precision Fit Pella Corp. Wood
7 500 Series Peachtree Windows and Doors Wood
8 Select Clad Crestline Windows & Patio Doors Wood
9 Weather Shield Custom Shield Weather Shield Windows & Doors Wood
10 Premium Wood Tradition Plus Jeld-Wen Windows and Doors Wood
11 5600 Series Reliabilt/Survivor Windows Vinyl
12 UltraMaxx Replacement Alside Vinyl
13 9500 Series American Craftsman Vinyl
14 Bryan Mawr II CertainTeed Corp. Vinyl
15 CrestFit Vinyl Crestline Vinyl
16 ThermaStar 25 Series Pella Corp. Vinyl
17 Impervia Pella Corp. Fiberglass

In addition to the above rankings, Andersen's #400 Series Tilt Wash ranked as best overall, as Consumer Reports notes it is the only clad-wood window in the group available in custom sizes. Pella's ProLine and its Impervia, along with Andersen's 200 Series Tilt-Wash, also ranked best overall. Reliabilt's 5600 and American Craftsman's 9500 Series were both named "Best Buys."

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  • Jr
      10th of Sep, 2009
    -1 Votes

    all those windows you listed are junk and i have replaced them all the time. they are made from wood or vinyl which will rot, bow, and warp, which result in alot of energy loss! i sell a window that is a compozit window which is an Expanded Polymer which is 400% stronger than any window on the market as of now, triple pane double low-e and a trigon mixed gas, Not Argon! U-factor is .21 and thats the whole window rating from NFRC NOT center of glass. the SHGC is .25 awesome window and even have them in my own home. ill never have to worry about windows ever agian.

  • Ma
      10th of Sep, 2009
    +2 Votes

    The composit windows may be the bomb up in the Northern regions But they are not holding up in the Southern regions. The sun is beating the hell out of the composits and they will bow, wrap, and discolor with in short time frames when exposed to sun. If you haven't got a .19 SHGC in the South its junk... I wouldn't be so quick to jump on the composit band wagon yet in which you already have. I hope your warranty covers discoloriation because your white windows could be yellow soon ... We will see in the long haul...

  • An
      19th of Sep, 2009
    +2 Votes

    I had a salesman from Champion at my home. He told me to "help a guy out, I need my medicine". Turns out, he was the MANAGER (Mr. George) of the local office selling and found out he does not even get commissions, he is salary! Using the "help a guy out" pathetic tactic. I did not buy from them and I will never buy from a Company that allows this type of sales tactic. What a horrible way to do business, it says a lot about the Company to me. Deceitful. Shame, shame.

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