Price seems cheap. To do the job right you need to open the wall from floor to ceiling, re-frame, re-drywall AND the normal price of the window.Rockymountain wrote: ↑Mar 15th, 2017 7:23 pmHello ANOTHERWINDOWPRO: I have been living in a 1987 built house since it was built. After repainting the entire house, AND before we replace the carpet with hardwood my wife has a thought to ADD a 70" wide x 48" tall pvc window on the main floor to get some natural light. I have met several salespersons from various window company, ONLY 1 provided me a hand written sketch on how the new add should be installed. He said he would not be the guy to install the window but a crew from his company. He quoted $2,400.- plus tax for a double pane VWD window.
I find the price is high and am hesitate if the window would be installed properly (5-year warranty on labour). Do you recommend to open up a NORTH FACING wall for a 70" x 48" double pane window? Is the price reasonable? Any advice on installation? Thanks in advance.
Advice from other RFD friends are welcome. Thanks.
$3k seems more in line. You don't want to spend all that cash on the labour and then put in a junk window.
jonnyb: I go in there like PICASSO and toss the glue everywhere, I don't care what house I'm on.