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Old 12-14-2013, 07:08 PM   #1
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Seeking info on Alside Insignia e2 windows from Apex Energy


Got a solicitation from Apex Energy Solutions about a "special promotion" for replacement windows for my house in the Denver area. I have seen others post about such specials, but I have also seen some recommendations for some models of Alside windows. I'm trying to find out about the Alside Insignia e2 windows being offered in the promotion. The Alside website doesn't list this model but the salesman said they were better than Alside's Excalibur window model - which is listed on the Alside website. The cost per window is about $650. Can anyone provide info or advice on this Alside model and price? Thanks.

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http://apexenergygroup.com/products_windows.htm

I use Simonton or Wincor windows never had a callback and cost $400.00 less then that price.
Going to take a few life times to get a pay back at that price.

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I should have clarified that the installed cost of the Alside windows was about $650 each.
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I'm sure that's a great window but I'd be getting some more prices.
Does this price include anything extra like wrapping the outsides of the windows with coil stock?
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I would keep up with the research and get more information compiled.
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To my knowledge, that window is based on the 8000 series, which is indeed superior to the Excalibur and probably the best model that Alside currently makes IMO. That said, I would not necessarily call that a ringing endorsement. I'd definitely do some additional research on the brand in general and potentially get additional quotes for comparison. My own experience selling and installing the product was not favorable.
I know that the choices are somewhat limited in your area, so perhaps it will prove to be a good fit for you, but again, I'd do some additional research. I believe Sunrise is available out there.

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