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stephanie_richardson_1

02:34PM | 07/23/03
Member Since: 07/22/03
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Has anyone had experience with Pozzi doors? What about Eagle or Milgard? Most people talk about Anderson, Marvin or Pella. What is a good product that is better looking than Anderson but less expensive than Pella or Marvin?
I got all set to order Pozzi doors then they slipped in that brickmolding would cost $25 a linear ft. (adding an extra $800) and $1200 extra for a custom color. Is this about right or are my costs being inflated. I really liked the 3 prong locking system, custom handles and the very smooth glide to the doors. Please make suggestions. Thanks-SLR

JONINSACTO

02:04PM | 07/24/03
Member Since: 02/03/03
77 lifetime posts
Brick molding/stucco mold is about a dollar a foot. Very easy to put up after the door is installed. I recently installed two Atrium french doors (5'4"w x 6'8" & 6'0 x 6'8") and they were about $2100 with schlage locks. They were true french doors with loe2 and internal/external grids and aluminum clad. I compared them to Anderson and I think they are just as nice if not nicer and less than 1/2 the cost. If you already have a door opening and are just replacing a existing door, it should not be too much to install. I would guess it would take 2 guys one day to do install at most. Good luck !
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