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  1. hey window dog.

    hope all is well. I had a question. I have been doing as much research as I can. I am a general contractor, and the two window guys I work with gave me good deals. for 28 windows and a 7 foot door, they offered sunrise windows, and Berkshire elite windows for about 22k and 21k respectively.

    Anyway, we also had APEX come in. and I read your articles and comments, basically they use some slightly upgrades 8000 series window from alside and call in the insigna window. they also are 22k.

    pros on that window is triple pane, and metal hardware. the frame is insulated. Honestly I think alside windows look cheap including the insigna. And its a lie that they specially engineer.

    Sunrise is only double pane, but supposedly they use air (not gas) and still have amazing low e ratings. and I dont really like the plastic tabs to fold the windows in. however, the contractor I have loved his work, and he swears by your windows.

    I also live in colorado. I feel this is a factor over time… I could be wrong

    Whats your thoughts on all this. Would love your advise. Windows are hard to know



    1. I picked the Berkshire Elite window to offer in a lot of our stores because I think it’s a better option. You can get triple pane with it if you want and it gets better air infiltration rate than the 8000 series. Sunrise offers the same argon gas options as anyone else. If they’re proposing a window without argon gas it may be because of the altitude. A window without the gas will be less efficient. You can see it in the ratings. To try to get similar ratings with low-e only would lead to a very dark window. You may want to look at the VT ratings to see how much light you’d get and the Condensation Resistance rating to see what that low-e is doing.

      Good luck with the project.

  2. I’ve just been reading through the helpful information here, thanks for it! I have a specific question. I have received a few estimates for window replacement in my home. Window World seems to be the most economical, and my neighbor used them. I have a primary question about the VT rating. It might seem strange but I like the green/blue tint! I have no wonderful view to speak of and am in no hurry to stare at my neighbors home, and more importantly, have passersby peering in. I purchased an AmericanCraftsman by Anderson Series 70 Low-E Sun window that I have laying around. It has a VT of .44, and I like it. Do you know the VT of Window Worlds Series 4000 with SolarZone Elite Low-E/Argon? I can’t find the rating anywhere.

    1. I do know all of their ratings if you’re looking at the AMI product. I’ve heard that they offer multiple manufacturers under the same brand names now so you’d want to ask them what it really is. They would have an option down to 0.43 for a double hung with no grids. If you have grids in the windows that would contribute to lowering the VT rating.

  3. Do you have an opinion on ProVia Endure windows? I’m looking to replace double hung windows in my pre-war co-op in Brooklyn NY and just about losing my mind with the choices out there. Thank you!!

    1. Hi Judy, I think they’re perfectly nice. I don’t think there is anything particularly remarkable about them which isn’t a bad thing. I would expect you’d be perfectly happy with them.

  4. A marketing company is sending endless emails from crap companies and I am unable to unsubscribe. They are fucking annoying and your name is one of the companies that is appearing in my mail box. Stop allowing this crap to appear in other peoples box.

    1. Hi there, we don’t work with any marketing companies who would be sending out our info. Can you send me one of the emails? I’ll be happy to take a look.

  5. Sweet blog! I found it while searching on Yahoo News. Do you have any tips on how to get listed in Yahoo News?
    I’ve been trying for a while but I never seem to get there!

    1. There are a couple small manufacturers but fiberglass isn’t really the most popular option. They tend to have might higher air infiltration rates than a nicer vinyl window. What is attracting you to a fiberglass window?

      1. I had heard that the fiberglass has less thermal expansion and contraction and that the seals would last longer than with a vinyl window. That is a concern to me. I have vinyl windows that came with the house I bought new. The seals started popping in 10 years. I don’t want to have to replace windows every 10 years. I am not a rich guy.

        1. I think that’s just a thing fiberglass window salespeople say. If they had any data to back up claims like that they’d share it. Since they don’t you can assume that’s all just make believe. Builders use the cheapest possible windows so new construction windows will always be junk.

          That fact that cheap new construction windows failed doesn’t mean you can’t get nice vinyl windows, it just means the builder didn’t pick nice vinyl windows.

          Replacement windows will also often come with a lifetime warranty so you won’t need to worry about replacing anything every 10 years. Good luck with the project.

    1. Hi Fred, storm windows can often cost almost the same as new windows. With new windows you get a much more efficient solution and a better end result. I’d at least compare that option before buying storm windows. I’d say storm windows are an older solution and something that’s really not used too often any more.

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