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Old 11-28-2011, 12:24 AM   #10
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except the implications of replacing windows in a house is far less costly...try replacing a window high up on a condo.

i don't think you are calling your regular window guy for this.

Originally Posted by woofster View Post
I would say that this would apply not only for condos but for houses as well. Most of the windows or glass doors used on homes are double-pane Argon-filled glass. This is not exclusively a condo thing but more of an overall building design issue.
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