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Chicago Area Leads

#1 Post by hunterviz »

I am in the market for replacement several sliding patio doors. I have received 3 quotes from neighbor recommendations. All are using either Advanced or Alside (6100). I am now researching those windows and feel I can do better. I was looking for the recommended Dave (windows4U) but his company no longer appears to be in business??? correct me if I am wrong. Any other Chicagoland companies/installers I should reach out to. I am looking for a better quality door but would like to keep the price mid range as I do not envision staying in this home long term. Thanks in advance!

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#2 Post by TheWindowNerd »

Dave died.
I will look for a referral for you.
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Oh, sorry to hear that. Would appreciate any leads you have. Really not happy with those I have contacted thus far and having a difficult time finding where some of the recommended products are carried. Went to a showroom this weekend that online said they carried Sunrise when I got they said, oh yeah- that is old online. We only carry Pella and Great Lakes now.

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#4 Post by TheWindowNerd »

Yes that happens.
Call them first to confirm what they sell most and what they have on display.
Right now Okna has no one in your area.
When I did search in your area there are a lot of companies. Th difficulty is cutting through all the stuff to find the right 2 candidates.

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#5 Post by TheWindowNerd »

Very good news. Homesealed is now servicing the city and north.
Brandon and his team are excellent.
My utmost recommendation is to reach out to them.

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#6 Post by Windows on Washington »

+1

Give the folks at HomeSealed a shout.

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#7 Post by lanb »

Hi,

I am looking for some recommendations for my SFH rental in the southwest suburbs of Chicago.
I believe Homesealed does not serve so far out.

Looking for a value priced mid-range product.
BTW, any information/experience with Sierra Pacific designer series (one company quoted me this).
Can't find much info about them here.

https://sierrapacificwindows.com/pdf/Vi ... 020218.pdf

Thanks !

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What is the project size like? HomeSealed will probably go a bit outside his normal range for web board folks.

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15 SH and 4 Picture white vinyl windows. I can send pics and dimensions via email/message so he can arrive at a ballpark estimate. Is that allowed on the board ?

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#10 Post by HomeSealed »

Ianb, go ahead and send to service@homesealed.com and we'll see what we can do. Thanks!

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#11 Post by lanb »

Thanks Brandon. Email with details sent.

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