Windows for SE Washington??

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Windows for SE Washington??

#1 Post by ruger40 » Thu Mar 04, 2010 3:59 pm

Good day,
I am looking to replace 8 slider aluminum frame windows in my home with vinyl windows. Looks like Pella is off the list w/ all the poor reviews here and elsewhere on the net!!
2 brands have caught my eye (both made here in Washington). Cascade WinPros w/ SB70 and Argon. And the other contender is Atrium 6000 series w/ loE366 and Argon.
Anyone have any comments on the better window...or if I need to look at something else? From the little I know both windows seem to have the same stats. There is the possiblity of Milgard Tuscany's as well, they are about 20% more than the Cascade WinPros.
My main need is to increase the heat/cooling performance of my home.
Thank you for your time!
Scott

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Re: Windows for SE Washington??

#2 Post by TLHWINDOWS » Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:02 pm

Not sure about cascade, Atrium is pretty decent.

You should search out Windows on Washington. He should cover your area and is a great installer.

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Re: Windows for SE Washington??

#3 Post by ruger40 » Fri Mar 05, 2010 1:15 pm

Windows on Washington, are you out there!?
Tried to hit your contact button, ended up w Quality Smith in Walla Walla???

Would like to have your input on this local area!

My cousins husband is a general laborer and said he would install the windows for about a grand???

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Re: Windows for SE Washington??

#4 Post by Windows on Washington » Fri Mar 05, 2010 6:17 pm

For us...Washington is as it pertains to the most wasteful city in the nation...DC.

Back to question at hand, I am not familiar with the Cascade but the Tuscany is a pretty decent window.

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