Author: sharon (---.stclar01.mi.comcast.net)
do you have a rep. for these windows in the detroit/St. Clair Shores area. zip 48080harry wrote:
> Haven't seen anything here about the Magic Window, so I
> thought I'd get my 2 cents in...
> Two years ago I replaced all 12 of my single-pane aluminums
> with various styles of the Magic Window. I could not have made
> a better decision. I shopped them all before deciding, but once
> I saw the Magic Window, all the rest seemed old and obsolete.
> Time has not chantged my judgement. These are windows I never
> tire of showing off. People who think a window is a window is a
> window are amazed. Sliders swing inwardly. Casements don't need
> cranks. The locking system that makes all others look like
> toys. All sorts of thoughtful design features. And best of all,
> no ugly screen! I hate screens! They rob light and views, and
> they are ugly, ugly, ugly! The Magic Window folks were the only
> ones thoughtful and innovative enough to get rid of the damn
> things. Until you open the Magic Window, the screen is wound up
> and hidden inside the frame. As you open the window, the screen
> unfurls. This is a great feature and one I could not find on
> any other sliding or casement window.
> The windows arrived (SF Bay Area)quickly and were expertly
> installed. Got them from Window and Door Alternatives in
> Campbell. Nice floks.
> Anyway, I love my Magic Windows. Eager to hear of others'