Experience with Allied, Spencerworks, or Adams storm windows?
Our deliberations continue. There are 40 solid old windows in our Connecticut house, 6-over-6 and 6-over-9, single-glazed true divided lights with pretty old narrow muntons, that we now plan to restore one facade at a time, replacing ugly triple-track storms when we paint the exterior (does that sound like a reasonable plan?).
With THS help and more research I am interested in anyone's experience with Allied or SpencerWorks or Adams custom storm windows. Which looks best? What mix of storm window types would make sense in an urban Connecticut setting (considering security, maintenance, appearance not necessarily in that order)? 'Cause it occurs to me that ground-floor storms might be safer if the screen panel in summer were placed in the upper sash opening. And maybe a hinged single-light storm would make sense over the two large Palladian windows?