I have to replace a bedroom window, and usually I'd buy casement windows.
However, this window opens over a deck, so I don't want people bumping into
a crank out window when they are on our deck.
That means I'm limitied to a sliding window, since the window is too wide
for a double hung.
Who makes the best sliding window for the money? I'm looking for one with an
I've heard that sliding windows are more likely to leak water inside than
casements since sliding windows have screens on the outside and have weep
holes than can get clogged, etc. If that's true, who makes the best
waterproof design for sliding windows?
I'm familiar with Pella and Anderson windows and am leaning toward those
brands. But what about Jeld-Wen windows ... are they of the same quality as
Pella and Anderson?
Any feedback on these brands or advice on sliding windows would be
On our last house we used Simonton, they worked GREAT.
Excellent warranty too.
I didn't know you could use the word quality in the same sentence with
"pella" or "anderson".
try www.windowsamerica.com and see if there's a local peddler.
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