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Kensington Windows

#1 Post by windowregret » Sat May 24, 2008 11:48 pm

Does anyone know ANYTHING about Kensington windows? We just bought them but under the name HR40 by Peoples Products in CT. They said that they were exclusive to them but I know that they are Kensingtons??? They are all about the r-25 sashes but give up very little info about the u-factor.

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Re: Kensington Windows

#2 Post by Windows on Washington » Sun May 25, 2008 1:33 am

You should demand the NFRC stickers. The windows should never go the homeowner without those stickers.

Other than that, you can check on one of the window stickers (usually inside the sash pocket or on top of the upper sash rail) and see if you can find a build sticker or a specific model number related to that window.

After that, go to http://www.nfrc.org and go to the certified products directory and start there.

http://cpd.nfrc.org/pubsearch/psMain.asp

I read your post on the other thread. Very sorry to hear of your experiences to date. Stay the course and don't settle until you are satisfied. Most companies, regardless of how treacherous, will make things right in the end.

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Re: Kensington Windows

#3 Post by ramirogdsgd » Tue Aug 12, 2008 8:49 am

PLEASE TELL ME WHAT THE OTHER POST WAS ... WHAT WAS WINDOW REGRET'S EXPERIENCE WITH PEOPLES PRODUCTS OF CONNECTICUT. I'VE BEEN SEARCHING THE THREADS AND CANNOT FIND.
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[quote="Windows on Washington"]You should demand the NFRC stickers. The windows should never go the homeowner without those stickers.

Other than that, you can check on one of the window stickers (usually inside the sash pocket or on top of the upper sash rail) and see if you can find a build sticker or a specific model number related to that window.

After that, go to http://www.nfrc.org and go to the certified products directory and start there.

http://cpd.nfrc.org/pubsearch/psMain.asp

I read your post on the other thread. Very sorry to hear of your experiences to date. Stay the course and don't settle until you are satisfied. Most companies, regardless of how treacherous, will make things right in the end.[/quote]

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