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can you help me understand my eagle windows quotes?

michoumonster
11 years ago

Hi all,

I also posted this in the windows forum, but it seems like the home building forum gets a lot more traffic. So I am hoping to get some more advice here.

I got some preliminary quotes from two windows places.

Both quotes describe the french doors pretty much the same. However, the two quotes are slightly different when describing the windows in terms of wall width and glass. Except for color and wood species (which are all free options), do you know if the window they are describing are pretty much the same in terms of thickness/size, glass, etc? thanks very much for your help!

QUOTE 1: TOTAL $75K

a typical casement window is described as:

rough opening: 3'0 1/2" x 4'0 1/2"

1 wide unit, 4 9/16" wall, jamb all sides, pine, drip cap nailfin, no brickmold, bronze frame, bronze sash, colonial stops

clad push out casement 3-0x4-0, left-hand, MDL, bronze, 7/8" bars, 2 lites wide, 4 lites high, oil rubbed bronze, white arloc bulb weatherstrip, stainless steel, 2 lever locks, tempered, low E, DP POS 30, DP neg 30, wood veneer swing fiber mesh, none, pine

QUOTE 2 : TOTAL $69K

a typical casement window is described as:

rough opening: 3'0 1/2" x 4'0 1/2"

1 wide unit, 2 7/8" wall, kerfed 11/16" x 1 5/16", jamb all sides, fir, drip cap nailfin, no brickmold, white frame, white sash, colonial stops

clad push-out casement, 3-0x4-0, left hand, MDL, white, 7/8" bars, 2 lites wide, 4 lites high, white, white arloc bulb weatherstrip, stainless steel, 2 lever locks, annealed, low E, wood veneer swing fiber mesh, none, fir

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