Uniframe by great lakes

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Old 09-12-03, 12:05 PM
dalibord
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Question Uniframe by great lakes

I am looking at replacing 9 windows in my home I have received a bid from uniframe (GraetLalkes) for about $13k. 7 Windows are going to be what they say is R-10. 4 windows are about 60x48 they will be triple pane. The other 2 windows are a rectangle shape that will be R-5 they are 60x60x60 they will be double pane. The other 3 are 48x58 and they will be triple pane. Does anyone know anything about the company Great lakes and how does the product compare with others?


Help I have two days to cancel or live with it!!!!

 
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Old 09-12-03, 03:46 PM
Tn...Andy
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How many quotes did you get ???
 
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Old 09-12-03, 06:43 PM
Lucky13
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1) Cancel the contract.
2) Get more quotes.
3) Make another choice.

The prices you received are just tooooooooooo high for what you're getting. Start over again. Take a while to read this forum every day for a couple weeks. It will be time well spent and it's free.

Good luck
John
 
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Old 09-13-03, 08:38 PM
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9 windows for 13K??

Man, I live in the wrong part of of the country AND I'm working for beans!!

Just started a job that is 10 windows PLUS resizing a 10' slider to an 8' slider -- my price a 1/3 of what you were quoted! The next job is 15 windows and a slider. That one is bigger -- it's up to 5K!!

Cancel the contract and keep shopping!!

Forget the triple pane -- use LowE or LowE squared glass. If you are in a REALLY cold climate (Maine, N. Dakota, etc.), MAYBE consider argon.
 
 

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