Rehau grazio vs Rehau delight (for a private house)

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There is a question about the choice of window profile for a private home, the choice is between two profiles REHAU – grazio 70 and delight 70.

Glass with energy-saving coating on the outer glass.

Advise me please which to choose, since the difference in my opinion is not very substantial between the profiles, I would like not to make a mistake with the choice.

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 I am not a manager is not a seller, built the house and now live in an apartment. Installed the windows.

1. The apartment are 10 years old LG Chem (old profile, they do not make them anymore)

2. My parents have Veka (old profile). 3.

3.In the house put Rehau Delight and Rehau Blitz New with spraying and Solar glass.

Grazio not dealt with so I guess I can not judge. Specifically about this profile.

In comparison, Rehau Delight and Rehau Blitz New (I planned and put it in the garage).Rehau Blitz New-.

1. Much more accurately made

2.Obviously, the laying of better fittings

3.In the house put Rehau Delight and Rehau Blitz New with spray-on and Solar glass.

I have not dealt with Grazio, so I guess I can not judge. Specifically about this profile.

In comparison, Rehau Delight and Rehau Blitz New (I planned and put it in the garage).Rehau Blitz New-.

1. Much more accurately made

2. obviously the laying of better reinforcement

The glazing is neater.

Honestly, it's like comparing two bad products. But I'd love to swap all that Rehau for an older LG Chem much better in every way.

If I were you, I'd get something else.

  • 1. neater/not neater is up to the employee, not the profile system. 2. Both Delight and Blitz New have the same reinforcement. 35x20 for the frame, 35x28 for the sash. 3. The difference in fit is compensated for by the different sizes of the rebate inserts. The bottom line is that you are talking nonsense again. 
  • Disadvantages of Blitz New / Grazio - Reduced overlap of the street frame / sash – when one lobe of the street counterpart was left unsealed and hanging in the air... Which was solved with a new sealing rubber for one lap, but still doesn't inspire confidence. The full systems in 60 mm are REHAU Thermo. In 70mm – REHAU Delight / Brilliant. I wouldn't skimp on it.
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People install windows once or twice in their lives. They don't know much about them.

Grazio can be installed in standard openings in an apartment building. White. The usual sash.

The person will say they like the profile. You make a conclusion.

And you order on a completely different object.

Let's say it's a house. Let's say it's made of RACs or elongated blocks.

The windows need exterior dark lamination. French doors (as is now fashionable).

You will be doing the fronts. Eventually after the seasons change. You will find that the sashes are big and sag. Profile of the economy class. Sags in the sun.

Poorly assembled frames play. Sashes are not pressed tightly. So instead of new windows, you get a constant pain in the ass. That can't be fixed drastically. The whole warranty will come down to wiping the endless snot out until the end of the warranty. And replacing these frames with normal ones won't be an option. Because it's much easier and cheaper to make a normal one initially than to redo it later. In the end you paid the money, but instead of a quality product you got a piece of crap.

Do you think I'm exaggerating? Am I just making it up? No, I'm not exaggerating.

What I described is a typical situation. Choosing windows without considering many nuances.

P. s. Unfortunately, there is a perception that windows are a very simple thing and they are all the same.

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