We sized and priced out the entire house with double hung windows – 25 in all. When calculating for SDL, simulated divided light type, this came to (are you sitting down) $63,700. There was of course a 10% discount if I signed a deal that day. Really – you walk in and walk out with over $60k in 2 hours? Additionally they measured for two bay windows in our house – those two came in for $21,000 – what! That’s a lot of nerve to ask for $84,000 for 27 windows, huh? I got a very telling answer from the sales guy after I told him that there was nothing which was going to get me to sign – I asked how many people thought about it and called back in a few weeks and ordered windows – you know think it over, make comparisons, find the money. His answer was that less than 1% of prospects make a purchase after the initial sales guy leaves. This to me means that over 99% of prospects clear their head and realize that these guys are just throwing out prices to see what will stick. I was not provided a quote to keep – I could write the numbers down myself if I wanted – and that extra 10% discount price – that could not be extended after he pulled out of the driveway “there are consumer laws preventing this” – really – really? You are forbidden by law from quoting me a price and honoring that quote for more than 90 minutes? Honestly this turns me off the whole Andersen brand.