TruFit was only $3900 for 5 triple paned and 5 double paned
That sounds like a fair estimate , of course here it would be about 500 bucks more.
Watch out for (exclusions) from the contractor <-- tell me those details if you want. Some contractors that do come in with a cheaper estimate is because they excluded certain items that the owner must purchase or complete,, this adds to your cost and time.
Anyway the important thing - and to be fair to all parties and to yourself - you MUST ask for the same (scope of work) from all contractors that you are entertaining estimates from. Sometimes contractors will offer different (work) since their,, there or include different items <-- this will change the estimate big time.
Example; Tell all 3 contractors that you want 10 windows with complete finishes - no more and no less. Do not tell one contractor that you will do the touch up paint but not the other two.
Loc: Louisville, KY
Well, about 2 years ago my dad put aluminum around all the windows to prolong/preserve the wood. Getting that off is going to be a job. Plus the way it works for me is to triple the normal cost & time if I do it. I seem to have a really good knack at doing that
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