As an award winning window and door installer, I got those wonderful accolades from getting sweaty and installing replacement windows from anyone and everyone in North Texas and especially Dallas.
I've got some pictures and some thoughts on several manufacturers that are available in our area. I've installed dozens of each of these products so I do speak from experience. I hope you find the perfect replacement window for your home, and even more, that you decide to trust me with that important project so we have all the details just how they should be. That being said.... Do let me know how to help best!
With this one we went tempered picture windows for the replacement windows instead of single hungs as were there before. If you can, find the before and after page as I think it's one of the neatest on my site.
This is a good quality mid ranged cost type vinyl replacement window. I've sold many thousands of them over the years and have absolutely no complaints, service issues or bad workmanship from these folks.
I think if I had to pick out the biggest differences between standard windows and replacement windows it would be quality control. The good mid ranged products and higher end windows know it's better to build it once really well and never have to touch it again, as opposed to building something that may have an issue over the long run.
These always make a great choice in Replacement Windows. The window swings out and the screen is on the inside of the window for a clean exterior look. It also looks more like wood than any other window available. Interestingly enough the cost is only about $100 to $200 more in cost per window more than the typical vinyl replacement window.
This sweet lady was so excited at how the new windows looked she went on a spree and fixed all kinds of things around the house and then thanked me for the motivating windows. I can't guarantee that will happen for you but I'll do my best!
The biggest plus for this replacement window overall is the glass size. Most vinyl replacement windows have a frame of up to 3 1/2" all the way around the window that is frame, leaving considerably smaller glass size than was previously there. We have so many 24" wide windows in Dallas it becomes a considerable factor in selecting a replacement window that doesn't diminish the light.
Also a factor if you already have a home that is a bit dark overall. This is really prevalent in replacement windows made of vinyl moreso than aluminum. Wood windows always have massive frame thickness. I like this window because the fully extruded screen is a big plus and they have dust covers for the inside tracks. Those are some valuable features. There are lots of little things about any window type and manufacturer that could be a plus or minus depending on who is doing the evaluation.
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