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Niagara Region GreenOn Window Installers?

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Niagara Region GreenOn Window Installers?

I have 10 windows I want replaced with GreenOn qualifying units. I had one visit, product and price seems good, but after some Googling and reading reviews pertaining to install quality, some red flags (npi) showed up. Anyone have first hand experience with a window company that did good work? (on time, fit/finish, clean-up, etc). They need to service the Niagara region.

Thanks.
Last edited by incoro on Jan 31st, 2018 10:44 am, edited 2 times in total.
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You should have posted this in the home and garden subforum
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Smoking hot in for 5
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Ya, ooops, on auto pilot in hot deals..... s/b forums...
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I am also looking for windows replacement service too.
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Yes, I'm familiar with the required specs. As long as the window/model # is the Energystar.ca high efficiency list, it will meet the spec.
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soupmaster666 wrote: Make sure the windows qualify. The U-Factor of your windows must be at or below 1.4 W/m2•K.

This will add hundreds of dollars to the cost per window. Many manufacturers cannot make Single Hung or Double Hung windows this efficient. They can't even fill them with Argon, they have to use Krypton. What even is that?!
Things are evolving daily. Heard today one of our manufacturers had some double glazing pass spec.

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