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Replacement window question?


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08-25-15, 10:42 AM   #1  
Replacement window question?

Hi, I wanted to see if someone could help me. I have alot of heat coming into 1 room and its when the sun is setting on that side of the house. I want to replace the windows with more energy efficient ones. Can someone give me what I should expect to pay. I attached a pic. I want an idea before they come out for an estimate. Thanks.

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08-25-15, 11:46 AM   #2  
All your going to get is guess when it comes to pricing on any website that are not going to do you any good.
If your just worryed about heat from the sun solar film or insulated curtins would be a whole lot cheaper.

 
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08-25-15, 01:56 PM   #3  
While you can probably get more modern technology in your windows, such as LoE and 366 glazing, it will still let a considerable amount of sunlight when hit direct as yours is. Supplemental blinds or shades would help during that time of the day. LoE 366 usually will add less than $30 to the cost of an average window.

 
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