Wood trim on the interior ,exterior or both? What species of wood is it? What profile is the wood? Is it stained,painted, unfinished,or wrapped in aluminum?
The windows themselves are the THV Composite material, and we opted on the interior to have the wood veneers added. They're not real wood veneers, but rather a high-end printed sticker that goes on the inside faces.
Does this job include RRP charges?
Not familiar with that acronym...
Is it a full framed window replacement? What type of siding is on the exterior? Are these windows all on the third floor? Are you going to watch or help?
The quote is to leave the interior window sill in place, and replace the full window from there outward. Aluminum siding, all three are on the third floor of a split-level home (so a floor and a half above ground). I'll just be watching.
Why are you choosing to go with a composite?
Moving away from wood for my newborn daughter's sake; she's got Cystic Fibrosis, which makes her susceptible to airborne contaminants, and the 15-year old wood windows we have now are starting to be a black mold magnet. Plus, getting a more complete air seal from the outside (we've got a few windows that let in ants) would help keep contamination out. So, looking at vinyl and composite replacement options. Not liking to do lots of home maintenance, or replace the windows again in the near future, the long-term warranty on the composite window was attractive.