Looking for a cost-effective, “traditionally styled” double-hung window with U-factor of about 0.20
I am building a new house in Hopkinton, NH. (on the border of climate zone 5A & 6A) and am looking for a double hung window with a u-factor of .20 (or better of course) that will look good in a New England farm house styled home. What I mean by this is I would like a clad exterior with a wood interior and SDL grills without having to spend $65,000 on a triple glazed loewen or marvin window. Don’t get me wrong I have used both brands of window on customers houses and they are beautiful, but they are not in the budget for my own house. Has anyone used or know of, what they would consider a cost effective window that meets the description above?
Thank you, Eric
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