Simonton wood windows
I'd like to pick the brains of knowledge on this board. Apparently I do not know everything about every product. Imagine that.
I am considering doing a side job for someone in the community. I'm considering this because the only products I was aware of that would be appropriate are exclusive dealers, and I don't feel I can count on either one of them to do anything timely, or pay me.
However, remembering the Anderson 400 series, and the Marvin Integrity, I went out looking for wood interior windows to go into a log home.
I was surprised to find that Simonton also makes a wood interior alum clad window. Has anyone had any experience with this window? Very nice in appearance. Can't believe I worked with Simonton products for many years and did not know this existed. I was also impressed with the Woodright? window from Andersen. I will not consider fibrex products and do not consider them to be classic Andersen.
Not to fond of the vinyl clad products - the alum clad is superior to me, but I was told that Andersen's exterior would last 30 yrs and they have had good luck with it.
I sound like a rookie :) But it's also fun to learn some new things. Thanks in advance for any input.