Barcelona, Stormbreaker Plus, Wingard

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Getitdone
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Barcelona, Stormbreaker Plus, Wingard

#1 Post by Getitdone »

Hi,

I'm trying to replace some 23 year old aluminum windows and I trying to sort out all of the new rules and prices. I live in the Tampa Bay area in a 140mph Hurricane wind zone so I'm told I have to replace my windows with Hurricane Impact windows. I've narrowed my search down to 3 different windows, Softlite Barcelona, Simonton Stormbreaker Plus, or PGT Wingard. Oddly I want to replace approximately 23 windows. I have offers in mind but I'm not sure what is fair in todays climate. I talked to a few companies and the price ranged from mid 30K to high 50K and all seamed to high. The research I've done has really been based on what others in this form have gotten bids for with similar windows. I'm expecting prices including installation from 18K to 25K. Am I realistic??

Just trying to get it done. Thanks for your advice!

Lgth Hght Arch
Entry Window 63 3/4 23 31
Patio Window 96 1/2 17
Dining Window 52 78 1/2 88 1/4
Office Rm 1 Window 35 13/16 39 1/2
Patio Window 96 5/16 17
Master Window 1 62 25 1/4
Master Window 2 62 25 1/4
Master Bath Window 1 18 49 1/2
Master Bath Window 2 17 11/16 49 3/4
Shower Window 1 25 1/2 34 1/4 37 1/2
Shower Window 2 25 1/2 35 1/2 37 1/2
Toliet Window 1 25 1/2 35 1/2 37 1/2
Toliet Window 2 25 1/2 35 1/2 37 1/2
Family Window 1 36 71 7/16 75 1/4
Family Window 2 36 71 7/16 75 1/4
Kitchen Window 73 1/4 70 5/8
Guest Rm 1 Window 52 62 3/8
Guest Rm 2 Window 52 62
Office Rm 2 Window 52 62
Guest Bath Window 36 37 3/4

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Re: Barcelona, Stormbreaker Plus, Wingard

#2 Post by Windows on Washington »

For an impact window, I would imagine that 1K and above is the starting point.

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