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anderson 400, eagle axiom or jeldwin casements?

Posted by miffy13 (My Page) on
Sat, May 19, 12 at 17:23

We are building a house and have quotes for anderson 400, eagle axiom and jeldwin builder series (all casements) They are all in the same ballpark price wise. Can anyone help me decide between these three or give me a suggestion of better window in this price point?
Thanks!


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RE: anderson 400, eagle axiom or jeldwin casements?

If those were my only options in my opinion it would be the 400 series. I am not a huge Andersen fan but their casements are not terrible. I would look into Integrity by Marvin they may not be much more expensive and would dam sure be a better window.


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RE: anderson 400, eagle axiom or jeldwin casements?

I was told marvin integrity were 40% more


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RE: anderson 400, eagle axiom or jeldwin casements?

Find another dealer as I don't think that can be true.


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RE: anderson 400, eagle axiom or jeldwin casements?

+1

The numbers should be close if not better for the Integrity.


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RE: anderson 400, eagle axiom or jeldwin casements?

So integrity should be in the same price range and is the best choice of everything out there in this price?
What about weathershield?


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RE: anderson 400, eagle axiom or jeldwin casements?

In my opinion Weathershield is junk


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RE: anderson 400, eagle axiom or jeldwin casements?

I would take Eagle first. Their new design is much improved from the previous window. Colors options are much greater then on the 400s, and you get extruded aluminum vs vinyl wood clad. Integrity wood ultrex should be the same price or close to the 400s. I recieved 3 different Integrity quotes on my home package, and they were within a few hundred of the 400s (400s were lower). However I will most likely go with either the Eagles or Kolbe due to color options and glass packages.


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