Milgard Trinsic vs Coeur d'Alene 3000 in Seattle

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Milgard Trinsic vs Coeur d'Alene 3000 in Seattle

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We are replacing 4 sliding aluminum basement windows in a Seattle craftsman home (1908). We don't need anything fancy, just good quality, efficient, and good-looking for a basement remodel.

Three companies gave me quotes for Milgard Trinsic windows. One company uses Coeur d'Alene 3000 series windows.

https://www.milgard.com/windows/trinsic ... tal-slider
https://www.coeurdalenewindow.com/3000- ... hung-fixed

Is one of them better? I can't find comparable performance data. They're comparable in price.

Thank you!!
Jenny

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Re: Milgard Trinsic vs Coeur d'Alene 3000 in Seattle

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Don't know of the other window, but it looks pretty good. That said, the Milgard is definitely a "known commodity" at this point.

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Re: Milgard Trinsic vs Coeur d'Alene 3000 in Seattle

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Thanks so much for the expert insight!

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#4 Post by Windows on Washington »

Don't know if that would qualify as "expert" insight in this case. Just more of a general observation based on company history. If we are just going off of fear of loss, that should be slightly mitigated with the Milgard option.

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