Starting point for affordable triple-glazed windows?
Hi guys, we are building in the White Mountains in New Hampshire. 1250 square-foot oneday retirment house with a small loft. We haven't solidified any details yet but are shooting for a pretty good house.
Lots of the local builders use Anderson 400 series some use Matthew's brothers windows, who does offer a triple glazed version/line. Even in this region there's clearly not a huge call for really good efficient windows, so I'd like to help my builder find the starting point to get the best windows we can afford, and I do not yet have a linenitem budget but the overall build budget not including site work or architecture is 350,000. If you had this budget, and your primary concern was the envelope what window online would you use? And what might I expect to pay for a typical 27" x 55" (based off my current Anderson's) casement window?
Posted Mar 18, 2017 4:52 PM ET
Edited Mar 19, 2017 6:44 AM ET
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