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If you read most of the posts here regarding triple pane, you'll see that it is not much more efficient in terms of your Climate Zone. It's more of sales tactic to differentiate. Look at the U-factors and SHGC for the windows you consider. They should be available on the NFRC web site. Then ask arou...
I compete against both companies. Anlin has a better market reputation in terms of service and quality of product. Milgard is more well known - like Starbucks - but that doesn't make them better. (or worse for that matter)
- Tue Sep 25, 2007 3:50 pm
- Forum: Window Questions
- Topic: DOES WHITE ALSO MEAN "GREEN"
- Replies: 16
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The research I have been doing indicates there is no generally accpeted definition in the building products industry - not yet. The Green Building Initiative and NAHB are working towards a ANSI certified standard. So standardization will come. Total Life Cycle Costs must be included in any analysis ...