We live in southern NY area and would like to get replacement windows.
We are being told that a "great window" is the Superseal 1100 series. I
can't find any information about this window or even the company!
I will ask a million questions about replacement windows, but to keep the
thread on topic, does ANYONE know ANYTHING about Superseal 1100 Series
Confuzzled in Sloatsburg
The warranty isnt very good on the glass, I read it quickly and their
out can be heat related. Also any waranty is usualy voided if a window
is installed 1/8" out of plumb, level or square, this is a normal
exclusion so you must check every window on your install before you
pay. Read the glass warranty carefully. Read test specs and compare
all the ratings to known high quality windows like Marvin or Andersen.
Pella condense easily and do have a poor condensing factor rating, I
found out to late as i also found out to late my Anderson sliders had
no warranty from day one due to improper install, buy their warranty
is better than super seal. There is alot to windows to learn before
you buy, www.energystar.gov is a good place to start. Your warranty is
only as good as the installer, if the instaler does anything without
using a level you are being screwed so you have to be on top of his
job, I learned the hard way, leaks after I paid, no warranty, and a
contractor that lost 1-2 cases a year in local court and would not fix
his negligent install.
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