Pro question, New Windows
I'm doing a gut remodel on an old brick house, and have decided to pitch the 100 year old windows as beyond repair. So I'll set new bucks, and go back in with new build windows.
Last windows I put in were Jeld Wen replacements (they were already thereÃ¯Â¿Â½ ). I've previously stuck to Pella, Architect and Proline, and Andersen 400.
I've had minor issues with all of the above, especially Pella proline, but no big deal. I have come across severely delaminated Andersen doors (waterfront exposure).
Property won't get Architect or equivalent windows, its a rental. But windows must have good, visually appropriate, divided lights, no thin vinyl junk or between the panes. I have Martin, Andersen, and Pella available. One lumberyard carries both Martin and Andersen, but I'd prefer not to order from them, as I find them a bit of a pain, and I've found after install support matters.
There appear to be a number of very knowledgable window professionals here, does anyone have any advice?