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LSUJockStrap
Member since May 2019
467 posts

In the market for replacement windows.....

Relief Windows or Window World or Anybody Else? Thanks in Advance


Paul Allen
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XP or Windows 10?


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redstick13
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45 minutes SE of Thibodaux, LA
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How soon you need them because you will be waiting several months (like 6) to receive them.


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ItzMe1972
Member since Dec 2013
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Where are you located?


LSUJockStrap
Member since May 2019
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Prairieville/Duplessis area


sosaysmorvant
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Back Vacherie, LA
Member since Feb 2008
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Relief windows was high as giraffe pussy when they gave me a quote. Went with Acadian windows out of Nawlins.


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Glock17
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The Glass Guru of BR… locally owned and a good dude that runs it


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midcitycid
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just had it done in the fall. window world had a quick turn around and they were very reasonable


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Gauxt
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Member since Oct 2013
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window world about 7 yrs ago. no complaints


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bbvdd
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Memphis, TN
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Had a single window that was a custom shape and size replaced over my front door a month ago.

It was ordered last August.

Good luck


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cajuns td
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Prairieville
Member since Jun 2019
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Just used Tommys Windows in BR. Took about 15 weeks and communication could have been a little better, but overall it was a good experience. The guys installing were great.


GCTigahs
Member since Oct 2014
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Not trying to hijack this thread but when the windows are replaced, is there any damage to the interior sheetrock or casing? Do you have a ton of touch ups or sheetrock repair to do afterwards?


cajuns td
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quote:

Not trying to hijack this thread but when the windows are replaced, is there any damage to the interior sheetrock or casing? Do you have a ton of touch ups or sheetrock repair to do afterwards?


Its not a gentile process at all, but no repairs. You may want to paint though. It depends on what type of exterior wall you have as to where they place the pry bar. If brick, they used the brick, but if siding or stucco they will use the interior casing. They protected it with a piece of plywood to distribute the load though.

They take the glass out and then start ripping with a pry bar.
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FeeshTacos
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BR
Member since Jul 2019
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Throwing my 2 cents in. Obviously each home is different, but we needed 16 new windows for ours. Both Relief and Window World proposed the same thing- paring down a couple two-and three-window sets into 11 windows in total on the house.

Relief- $11k before "sign today" discount
Window World- $6400

Decision was easy, had to wait like 6 weeks for the windows, which seems much shorter than most on here. No special windows or anything and I'm in BR.

Install took about 6 hours from when they got here to when they left. Cleanup was okay, but they did leave a layer of dust in most rooms. Overall satisfied


MikeBRLA
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quote:

paring down a couple two-and three-window sets into 11 windows in total on the house.


What does this mean?


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