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Replacement Windows In Connecticut
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Simonton is perhaps the largest window compan in the U.S., with local companies throughout the country, including Connecticut. Consumers can purchase these windows and patio doors through factory authorized reps and contractors, as well as through the big chain stores like Lowes and Home Depot. While Simonton windows aren't the fanciest vinyl windows available, they are quite well made and reliable.
The company offers a whole range of products, from the VantagePointe model that is available exclusively through Home Depot to the StormBreaker Plus, which is an impact window that is sold along the east coast and gulf states. Three of the models we recommend from the company include the 9800 Impressions, Reflections 5500 and the ProFinish Contractor.
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Replacement Sliding Patio Doors
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I reside in Connecticut, and need to replace a set of 6 ft. patio sliders. I replaced all my Windows with Pella, but did not like their slider design, so I'm searching again. Just beginning, but we have two quotes so far. One it's for a United vinyl series 4500 for $800, and the other for Andersen 200 for about double that. That's just the doors, no labor.
Since we live in a condo, we have a few restrictions re color and style, but it seems that most companies have something that we can use. We live in a center unit, and we'd like to keep as much glass area as possible. Our current unit is aluminum, and has a relatively narrow frame, so any item we choose will result in some glass loss I'm sure. However we don't want aluminum again.
Do you have any opinions regarding whet our best choices might lie, and do we need to specify replacement products, or will new conduction models work as well? We have standard frame construction. Looking forward to your reply
Dick - Homeowner - from 2016
[Site Editor's Response]
Dick, I think you can do better than the United, but you will probably have to pay more. The Andersen 200 is a decent option, but do you really want or need to go with a wood patio door? Wood is very nice to look at, but it also has a number of disadvantages such as cost and maintenance (I find lots of consumers use an interior color or finish that hides the wood grain anyway). I believe Sunrise and Okna vinyl windows are offered in your state (I'm not quite what part of the state you live in). I would get bids from local companies that sell these brands and see how the prices compare to the Andersen 200 bid.
The Sunrise and Okna Doors will provide better performance and durability than either of your current selections. I'm not sure how they will compare in terms of the frame narrowness, I think you'll have to just see when they come out. There is usually a trade off between frame thickness and performance. Both of the selections I suggested are considered top brands that offer excellent windows and patio doors.
Tim - Site Editor - from 2016
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