The windows that I'm having replaced are bedroom windows, about 4 feet
wide by 3 feet tall. The price that I'm being quoted for vinyl 2-pane
casement windows is about 40% more than if I were to go with slider
windows. (window cost + installation cost).
What parts in the casement window justify the extra 40% cost? Are they
really that much better? Or is it simply because casement windows are
currently more popular than slider windows, so they can increase the
cost knowing that people will still buy them?
The brand is North Star Windows.
No matter who makes them, they have more time engineering them, and
they do have balance rod/spring assemblies. Thus a higher price.
Because of the spring tension they are engineered a bit heavier also,
making them a bit more expensive also.
This and I am sure other things will come up also.
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