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TNHomeowner
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Master Windows?

#1 Post by TNHomeowner » Thu Nov 01, 2007 6:30 pm

Does anyone know about Master windows? They have a website (and I have a brochure): http://www.masterwindowsystems.com/

Unfortunately, that's all the information I can find. If anyone has any opinions, I will be very grateful!

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Re: Master Windows?

#2 Post by rkpatt » Wed Nov 23, 2011 12:20 pm

Bump for an old thread . I would also like to know about them .

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Re: Master Windows?

#3 Post by Window4U (IL) » Wed Nov 23, 2011 1:02 pm

Not much to see. While listed on the NFRC site, they show no windows tested. Not sure why as I've never run into that before.
I looked at the test results from the website for the 2000 from the testing lab. The categories that I wanted to see the results for show N/A. Again, not much to see.
From the picture of the 2000 and the listed components they use, I would say they look like a solid mid grade window. True sloped sill, double weatherstripping, Constant-Force balances, aluminum reinforcement in the meeting rails, warm edge spacer, etc.
It appears the window should do just fine in a mild climate and as long as the price is not out of hand.

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Re: Master Windows?

#4 Post by HomeSealed » Wed Nov 23, 2011 1:06 pm

Window4U (IL) wrote:Not much to see. While listed on the NFRC site, they show no windows tested. Not sure why as I've never run into that before.
I looked at the test results from the website for the 2000 from the testing lab. The categories that I wanted to see the results for show N/A. Again, not much to see.
From the picture of the 2000 and the listed components they use, I would say they look like a solid mid grade window. True sloped sill, double weatherstripping, Constant-Force balances, aluminum reinforcement in the meeting rails, warm edge spacer, etc.
It appears the window should do just fine in a mild climate and as long as the price is not out of hand.
I was thinking the same... Has the features to be a decent choice, nothing special. The testing thing is bothersome though, I would look further into that.

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