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Old 03-18-06, 07:53 AM
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How to find out who manufactured windows in home

Where can I find the name of the manufactuter of window in my home? Two windows have leaked the argone gas and are now cloudy. The home is only 15 years old. After talking to a co-worker, she said that hers did the same. She called Anderson and they sent her replacement windows.
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if you have an anderson that would work....however,if it`s a builder(cheap)type window you might be out of luck-

should be writing inside the frame maybe when you open the window.look real close with a flashlight move the ruber moulding is you can and give a peak.
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If it says Anderson they'll have their stupid name plastered everywhere.

Stupid narcissists.
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I'm curious about this as well. I have windows that leak that are Alside windows and supposedly they have lifetime warranty. House is 12 years old in this case. How do you go about getting such windows replaced? Can a local contractor do this for you instead?
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Windows leak argon?
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Low-e glass ones will leak an inert gas (usually argon) when the seal is compromised.

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