I really dont want cheap crappy plastic windows, and they are going to stick out like a sore thumb, because they are white, while my old windows are barn red, and I am sure paint will not hold up on them, no matter what I do.
This is real discouraging, but it seems that everything is being made of plastic now a days. It's no wonder we have to pay so much for gasoline these days, since half our crude oil is being turned into cheap disposible plastic crap.
I am going to check out some old lumber yards, and see if they still have some wooden framed windows in stock, but if not I guess I am forced to buy these damn plastic things, which will probably fall apart in a couple years after the sunlight and freezing weather cause them to decay, the same way these 5 gallon plastic pails seem to decay after a few years.
I guess these companies do not realize that farm equipment needs to be strong and durable. It's not a doll house that we are dealing with.
Anyhow, has anyone had any experience painting these crappy things, if I am forced to buy them? I guess my only other option would be to find a company to custom make some wooden ones, but I'm sure that would cost an arm and a leg.
PS. For all you youngsters who are in love with plastic, there is no need to flame me. I have been on this earth a lot longer than most of you, and I know what works and know quality, which plastic will never be.