Windows & Doors by Andersen
We are an Andersen Certified Window contractor and are proud to offer Andersen windows and doors. Andersen offers a wide variety of styles and and multiple product series to meet any budget. In addition you can rest assure Anderson window will look great and last for for a lifetime. All Andersen windows and doors come with a 20 year limited warranty on glass and a 10 years on all other window components.
Andersen offer the following window and door styles to choose from:
Awing windows | Bow and bay windows | Casement windows | Gladding windows | Double hung windows | Picture windows | Single hung windows | Specialty windows | Gladding patio door | Hinged patio door
Warranty - 20 year glass and 10 years on all other window components.
100 Series Single Hung Windows (Most Cost Effective)
100 Series single hung windows are not only low-maintenance and energy-efficient, they’re also available in white, black, sandstone and drack bronze colors. Made with revolutionary Fibrex® composite material, this budget-friendly window is the smart alternative to vinyl. We offer Free in home consultation, to schedule call (708) 866-1541
200 Series Double hung Wood Clad (Most Popular Product Line)
Wood protected by vinyl exterior. A vinyl exterior protects the window from weather while the interior is natural wood. This way you get the look you want without the worry of added maintenance. 2 exterior and 2 internal deep, rich colors that won’t rot, fade, flake, blister or peel and are virtually maintenance-free. Hardware styles with up to 7 finish options and standard grille patterns let you personalize the final look to match the character of your home
Why Andersen Windows?
Strength & Durability.
Constructed entirely of innovative Fibrex® composite material that retains stability and rigidity in all climates and offers low maintenance interiors and exteriors.
Exclusive Andersen® Fibrex® composite material is composed of 40% reclaimed wood fiber by weight.
Why is an insert window a good option when replacing window?
1. Better energy performance than sash replacement
2. Product integrity as windows are manufactured and tested as a unit
3. Easier installation that is less invasive than full-frame at a lower cost
4. Trim and finish does not need to be touched
5. Easily enhance beauty with grilles, hardware, & accessories
An insert may not be used when:
1. Surrounding wall problems (like insulation issues, rot, and deterioration) are not addressed with an insert replacement
2. Typically, an insert window gives a smaller glass area than on the existing window
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