Window World of Erie
Superior Window Construction
Custom, created by AMI, replacement window and door products from Window World of Northwest Pennsylvania are manufactured using the most superior virgin vinyl and glass materials available. To ensure our replacement window and door products remain at the highest quality, our products undergo annual testing by many accredited third party organizations, such as the Good Housekeeping Research Institute and the Energy Star Certification Program. All of these tests and verifications are done each year to verify that our home improvement replacement products meet or exceed the highest industry standards for energy performance, lasting quality, customer safety, and overall value.
Good Housekeeping® Laboratories
Our replacement window customers can take solace in knowing that our entire replacement window collection has received the prestigious Good Housekeeping® Seal of Approval by the Good Housekeeping® Research Institute (GHRI). Only products that pass the Institute’s rigorous evaluation are eligible for the Seal and its refund or replacement warranty.
Learn more about the Good Housekeeping seal here: www.goodhousekeeping.com.
Energy Star® Retail Partner
As a certified and perennial Energy Star Partner®, Window World of Northwest Pennsylvania proves our commitment to lowering residential and commercial energy consumption by offering a superior line of vinyl replacement windows which are Energy Star® qualified according to all 50 state standards.
Energy Star® is an independent U.S. government program establishing a standard set of guidelines to recognize the energy efficiency of various products.
Learn more about the Energy Star Program here: www.energystar.gov.
All Window World vinyl replacement windows have been NFRC® certified and will have the NFRC® label proudly displayed.
The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) establishes test criteria that set the standard for performance ratings for manufacturers of window and door products.
Learn more about the NRFC here: www.nfrc.org