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  • Cost of Steel Windows ,Get Types, Prices Installation

    For example, depending on options chosen, a 5’w x 8’t double door at the middle price range costs around $10,000 including standard dual-pane, Lowe glass and hardware, but not installation. Get in Touch With a Local Professional. Prices of steel window products differ according to type, color, size, and features. Thus, it is necessary to compare prices of various steel window types and to put products side by side in order to see the pros and cons.

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  • steel casement window – PHILCON PRICES

    Aluminum Casement Window: SQ.M. 3,947.39: Awning Type Steel Casement Windows: SQ.M. 2,663.48: Fixed Glass Window on Metal Frame: SQ.M. 1,181.49: Fixed Louvered Steel Window: SQ.M. 1,101.37: Glass Jalousie Window: SQ.M. 970.12: Sliding Aluminum Window

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  • Casement Window Cost for Install Replacement

    The cost of casement windows and installation can be compared with other types using our guides to Double-hung windows, Sliding windows and other popular windows. On average, casement window prices range between $200 – $2,000 without installation and between $350 – $2300 with professional installation.

    BrandSeriesMaterialAverage Cost

    superhouseE-SeriesWoodsuperhouseReserveWoodCustom WoodWoodsuperhouseSignature UltimateWoodAluminum Glass DoorAccordion Type DoorFlush Hollow Core DoorFlush Type Solid Core Door1,660.00

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  • Portella Custom Steel Windows

    We produce quality steel window solutions for awnings, French casement and fixed windows. As well as our standard black steel windows, we also offer a number of custom paint options to create a distinctive look and feel.

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  • The Repair and Thermal Upgrading of Historic Steel Windows

    Historic and Architectural Considerations

    An assessment of the significance of the windows should begin with a consideration of their function in relation to the building historic use and its historic character. Windows that help define the building historic character should be preserved even if the building is being converted to a new use. For example, projecting steel windows used to introduce light and an effect of spaciousness to a warehouse or industrial plant can be retained in the conversion of such a building to offices o

    Physical Evaluation

    Steel window repair should begin with a careful evaluation of the physical condition of each unit. Either drawings or photographs, liberally annotated, may be used to record the location of each window, the type of operability, the condition of all three parts—sash, frame and subframe—and the repairs essential to its continued use. Specifically, the evaluation should include: presence and degree of corrosion; condition of paint; deterioration of the metal sections, including bowing, misalignm

    Rehabilitation Work Plan

    Following inspection and analysis, a plan for the rehabilitation can be formulated. The actions necessary to return windows to an efficient and effective working condition will fall into one or more of the following categories: routine maintenance, repair, and weatherization. The routine maintenance and weatherization measures described here are generally within the range of do-it-yourselfers. Other repairs, both moderate and major, require a professional contractor. Major repairs normally re

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    Repair in Place

    The maintenance procedures described above will be insufficient when corrosion is extensive, or when metal window sections are misaligned. Medium to heavy corrosion that has not done any structural damage to the metal sections can be removed either by using the chemical cleaning process described under "Routine Maintenance" or by sandblasting. Since sandblasting can damage the masonry surrounds and crack or cloud the glass, metal or plywood shields should be used to protect these materials. T

    Repair in Workshop

    Damage to windows may be so severe that the window sash and sometimes the frame must be removed for cleaning and extensive rust removal, straightening of bent sections, welding or splicing in of new sections, and reglazing. These major and expensive repairs are reserved for highly significant windows that cannot be replaced; the procedures involved should be carried out only by skilled workmen. As part of the orderly removal of windows, each window should be numbered and the parts labeled. Th

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