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Has anyone used Cascade brand windows?

Posted by idahogal (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 4, 07 at 1:35

They are out of Spokane, WA. The prices seem really competetive. Anyone tried them? Thanks!

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RE: Has anyone used Cascade brand windows?

We just replaced windows with Cascade and chose them over Jeldwen and Pella. They were less money than Home Depot or Lowes and far better windows. I LOVE them. However, we bought the vinyl and got the almond color - they almost have a greenish tint to them. My DH and I argued over the white vs. almond (he won). They look beautiful from the outside, but I'm having to do a bit of redecorating to blend the interior colors which I hadn't fully thought through. As far as quality, looks, energy efficiency - I couldn't be more pleased!

RE: Has anyone used Cascade brand windows?

I have them for my new house. They had to build my bay window not once, Not Twice, *NOT* THREEEEEEEEE TIMES BUT GET THIS ... FOUR TIMES!!!!!! They built the same damn window wrong 3 times. $1200 window X 3 = 3600$. I wonder how they make any money. Anyways my poor bay window still hasn't been installed due to the delays because of the initial screw ups. I was originally going to go with Certainteed. Now I am smacking my self in the head. DOH! I am such an idiot!

RE: Has anyone used Cascade brand windows?

Well Certainteed in California is now Ply Gem Windows. I would recommend Ply Gem Windows Pro 100 or Premium lines but thats it. Cascade Windows makes a low priced window with no labor warranty for the window. Both window are mid-level at best if not low end in my opinion.

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