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Anyone Other than Andersen make 12'x6' Windows?

Posted by Cawfee (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 3, 11 at 18:29

We need to fill a 12'x6' gap in the wall. I guess they don't make a double pane of that size(without having to sell the car) so we're probably having to go XOX.
Andersen makes a 3-6-3 foot window. Anyone else?
We're in California, San Jose Area.

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RE: Anyone Other than Andersen make 12'x6' Windows?

Check with a commercial glazing company (i.e. curtain wall systems).

I am sure they can make the larger sized openings but they are not going to be cheap.

RE: Anyone Other than Andersen make 12'x6' Windows?

Are you looking for something that is operable or are fixed units acceptable? Andersen can manufacture a 2-wide fixed unit at that size if you don't need the unit to be operable.

RE: Anyone Other than Andersen make 12'x6' Windows?

"Anyone Other than Andersen", interesting that you would answer when this was the question?

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