I have had several companies come out to sell me replacement windows; as a consumer it can become overwhelming. My question, how can you tell a well constructed window? Some say the insulating foam inside the frame work is best for eliminating airflow; others say that the foam will crack and lead to problems later down the road; still others say that the way the inside side is constructed eliminates the need for the water drainage holes on the exterior of the window which in time will clog and cause more problems down the road. My main concern is not the cost of the window, but the construction of the window. I would rather pay for a well constructed window, than an inferior window - all companies are somewhat comparable in pricing; however, I want quality over cost. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Denise looking to replace 10 windows and a doorwall, and possible to exterior storm doors.
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