H Windows Reviews
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Editor's H Windows Review
H Windows is a Norway based company that manufactures wood clad windows and doors for the commercial and (some residential market). They've been around for nearly three decades, but since they are mostly commercial, we don't interact with them often in residential. They seem to make a high quality product that fit well with the severe weather conditions in places like Wisconsin, Michigan and the Dakotas.
H Windows vs. Loewen
Hi Tim, I am thinking of using the H hinge alum clad window to replace failed dbl hungs due to storm wind and driven rains facing Lk Michigan. Are they of a quality design to do the job? In comparison say to Loewen? I understand they are now owned by Sierra Pacific.
Thank you for your thoughts.
[Site Editor's Answer]
DA, I don't know enough about H windows to say much. Here is an interesting thread on them, but it is from 2010.
H Windows To Replace Pella ProLine
We live in Oakton, VA, just outside of Washington, DC. We have a large family room (about 600-700 sq.ft) that has north-facing windows. During the winter, we get as much as a 6-7 degree temperature gradient in the room (coldest near the windows). The room has Pella Prolines that were installed in 2001 and those windows comprise about 160 sq ft of total area (two single double-hung on the sides of the room facing east or west, four double-hung units that are mulled into two openings of 6’ wide x 5’ tall (see photo facing north, and a 5’x5’ picture window facing north). We are thinking that we should upgrade these windows but would like to know if you think it will make a noticeable improvement in the thermal gradient issue.
[Website Editor Reply]
Rick, I don't know much about H Windows. They appear to have a good product with some of their windows having a 70 design pressure and a .06 air infiltration, both quite impressive numbers, especially for a wood clad window. The big issue is going to be the price.
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