Author: Ron (---.lib.umb.edu)
I have seven upper-story windows which are rectangular double hung, but the top instead of being flat horizontal, close in at a 45 degree angle and then top-off level. They are like church windows and have been described as "clip-corner".
Champion has quoted a price of $8,300 to replace the seven windows. The top 45 degree angle portion would be like a small casement window attached to the botton rectangular double-hung portion. Does that sound like a fair price to replace the seven odd-shaped windows?
Ron in Mansfield