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azul37

06:36PM | 10/14/07
Member Since: 10/12/07
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I saw a thread from March where the poster Domcal debated between wood windows and decided on the Sequel. Domcal, or anyone who has them, how do you like these windows? We're trying to decide between replacement Sequel, Anderson Woodwright, or Trimline. Anderson has the nice very see-through bug screens. The Sequel seemed well made, study, and have good architectural detail and heft. Trimline is a bit cheaper and the frames are thicker, taking up more glass space.

Anyone with first-hand experience or educated opinions welcome to comment! Thanks for your time, Azul.

rufus1

02:30AM | 02/18/09
Member Since: 02/17/09
1 lifetime posts
Dear window buyer. I don't know if you've seen the demonstration that Home Depot does for there window program. When I saw the window along with the 20 yr warrnaty and the way they stand behind there workmanship I was sold. The prices are about the same on all those wood aluminum clad outside windows. They perform better than expected and I'm extremely pleased with the apperance.
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