Andersen Brand Review
Producing high quality windows and doors, Andersen Windows is one of five brands under the umbrella of the Andersen Window Corporation. Andersen is one of the largest replacement window manufacturers in North America and known for their top quality windows. Andersen manufacture quality window brands such as Renewal by Andersen, Silver Line Windows, American Craftsman, and Andersen Storm Doors. Read about the types of windows offered, price points, and the full series of windows and the features associated below.
Andersen Replacement Windows
Andersen’s current line of replacement windows includes 35 different window types for home window installation. Andersen windows can be easily chosen by type to suit the specific requirements of a window repair or replacement project. Andersen windows have multiple operational styles, color options, wood frame types, shapes, and features available. They offer everything from new home construction windows, replacement windows, and even storm impact windows. Andersen is known for having quality awning windows, casement windows, single & double hung windows, sliding windows, bow & bay windows, and picture windows. They even offer custom made specialty windows as well.
Double-Hung Windows by Andersen
One of the most common styles of windows on the market, the Andersen double-hung window has two window sashes in a single frame. Both sashes slide up and down to open and a single sash tilts for easy cleaning. Variations of this window exist within each series available at Andersen. Single hung windows are also offered by the Andersen brand from the 100 series as seen below.
- Double-Hung Window: Perhaps the most basic version of the Andersen Double-Hung Windows, this design is a part of both the 200 and A-Series. Both sashes slide to open and a single sash tilts for cleaning.
- Tilt-Wash Double-Hung Window: A member of the 400 Series, this specific design is customizable with seven available exterior colors and the choice of natural pine or white interiors.
- Woodwright Double-Hung Window: A member of the 400 series, this window is identical to the Tilt-Wash Double-Hung Window in all ways except one. This window provides the choice of natural oak, pine, or maple interiors.
Double Hung Window Prices
The average cost for an Andersen double hung window ranges from $200 to $400 per window depending on the upgrades you choose for your window and desired series. The cost to install a single Andersen double-hung window could range from $300 to $550 depending on local service costs, frame type, and and any other upgrades you may choose.
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Casement Windows by Andersen
The Andersen casement window provides an obstruction free view and ventilation from the top to the bottom of the window. With hinges along a single side, this tall and narrow window swings open from left or right. Single casement windows are available in the 100, 400 and A-Series. Additionally, Complementary Casement Windows, side-by-side casement windows with single handles used to open or close and lock with a single motion, are available in both the 400 and A-Series.
Casement Window Prices
The average cost for an Andersen casement window ranges from $350 to $1200 per window depending on the upgrades you choose for your window and desired series. The cost to install an Andersen casement window could range from $500 to $1,685 depending on local service costs, frame type, and and any other series upgrades you may want to add on.
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Bay and Bow Windows by Andersen
Bay and bow windows project out from the home, expanding the view the window provides. Part of the Andersen 400 Series Bay Window, each Bay or Bow window can be customized with one of seven exterior colors and the choice of natural pine or white interiors.
Bay Window Prices
The average cost for an Andersen bay or bow window ranges from $1,698 to $2,100 per window depending on the upgrades you choose for your window and desired series. The cost to install an Andersen bay or bow window could range from $2,100 to $2,885 depending on local service costs, frame type, and and if you are wanting to get a custom made bay or bow window from their E-series line.
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Picture Windows by Andersen
Andersen picture windows are a beautiful large single stationary glass window panel within a frame which offers a maximally unobstructed view and brings extra light into any room. Picture windows are often paired with side windows called flankers. Variations on the basic design exist within the Andersen Picture 100, 200, 400, A-Series, and fully customizable E-series picture window. Read below for Andersen picture window prices.
Picture Window Prices
The average cost to install an Andersen picture window ranges from $485 to $1,375 depending on the size of the picture window you are wanting, if you are replacing a current window or need to create a custom fit for a new picture window. Due to the variances in installation costs for this type of window, we suggest contacting one of our local reliable window installers to discuss what they offer in terms of Andersen windows and what you can expect to pay in your area.
Awning Windows by Andersen
Providing ventilation from side-to-side, Andersen awning windows have hinges along the top and the entire sash and opens outward which provides a maximally unobstructed view. Available in the 100, 400, A-Series, and premium E-series.
Awning Window Prices
The average cost for an Andersen awning window can ranges from $300 to $450 to per window depending on the upgrades you choose for your window and desired series. The cost to install an awning window could range from $425 to $565 depending on local service costs, frame type, and and if you are wanting premium features.
Sliding Windows by Andersen
Andersen sliding windows which are typically wider than they are tall, have two sashes and slide horizontally. They are available in the Andersen 100 and 200 Sliding Window Series with one operating sash and one stationary fixed window sash. The Andersen Sliding 400 Series window offers two movable sashes so that each window pane can move from side to side.
Sliding Window Prices
The average cost for an Andersen sliding window can ranges from $250 to $950 per window depending on the upgrades you choose for your window and desired series. The cost to install a slider window could range from $325 to $1,295 depending on local service costs, frame type, and and if you are wanting a premium series window.
Andersen produces a variety of stationary, specialty windows providing numerous choices for shape and design to fit any project. Variations on shape and style exist within the 100, 200, 400, and A-Series, including:
- Curved Specialty Window: Stationary windows with a curved shape. Available in the 100, 200, 400, and A-Series
- Flexiframe Polygon Specialty Window: A stationary window available in several special shapes which are remarkable for their dramatic angles. Available in the 400 Series.
- Circle or Oval Specialty Window: Stationary windows available in variations of a circle or oval, the perfect choice for an accent window which can help maximize natural light in any room. Available in the 400 and A-Series.
- Polygon Specialty Window: Stationary windows available in various shapes with dramatic angles. Available in the 400 and A-Series.
What’s the Difference Between the Andersen Window Series?
Andersen Windows & Doors offer five different lines of windows. These series each lend their own unique look and features to your replacement window options. Andersen offers the 100 series, 200 series, 400 series, A-series, and the premium E-series with Verilock sensor technology. Each Andersen window series comes at a different price point and offers higher quality features for each price tier. A standard double-hung window in the more affordable Andersen 100 series would cost around $200 while the Andersen 400 series would cost around $400 per double hung window. See full list of differences by window series below.
Andersen Windows 100 Series
Windows in the 100 Series are built with Fibrex composite material, an alternative to vinyl which has shown to be twice as strong and rigid, never needs painting, and are very energy efficient. All 100 Series windows are budget-friendly option for homeowners looking to increase the value of their home with durable and beautiful windows. Andersen 100 Series windows are the cheapest and most affordable window offered by the brand.
Anderson Windows 200 Series
This series was created by Andersen with the quality standards of every window they produce, however they have made the windows in this product line available at an uncommon value at a mid tier installation price point. Durable Perma-Shield® exteriors never require paint. The low maintenance natural pine and white interiors characterize this long-lasting line of windows. The 200 Series of windows has become the best seller at Andersen Windows & Doors.
Andersen Windows 400 Series
The 400 Series is a traditionally designed line of windows built with Perma-Shield® exteriors, which are incredibly durable and never need to be repainted. With seven exterior colors, natural pine or white interiors, and a diverse line of structural designs to choose from, this line of windows has become a favorite among builders and remodelers.[zipbox_snippet trade=”windows” type=”modal”}
Andersen Windows A-Series
This premium window series includes windows from the Andersen Architectural Series. The allure of this particular series is that, with the help of leading architects in the industry, Andersen designed these windows to be easily customized to fit authentically with the architectural look of any home. Along with various structural options, the windows in this series are available in hundreds of combinations of eleven exterior colors and natural pine, maple, or oak interiors which can be finished in multiple ways. The windows in the A-Series are designed with energy efficiency in mind and are available with a triple-pane glass which increases the energy efficiency and weather resistance of the window.
Andersen E-Series Custom Made
Also known as the Eagle Series, this is Andersen’s custom-crafted window line. Working with the professionals at Andersen, builders and homeowners can create virtually any window to fit the architectural needs of their project. All windows built within this series include VeriLock® integrated security sensors, a security feature unique to this series and an advanced smart home safety feature.
Unlike other competitors in the window and door industry, Andersen Windows & Doors provides a warranty which doesn’t end when a house is sold. Their Owner-to-Owner® limited warranty applies for 20 years to glass and 10 years to non-glass items and is transferrable to new owners when a home is sold.
Under this warranty, glass is replaced for up to 20 years if damage occurs as the result of poor manufacturing, materials, or installation. The warranty on glass does not include labor if the owner chooses to obtain replacement glass through a local retailer or dealer. However, if the owner allows for a factory repair, there will be no cost to them. Andersen’s warranties do not cover any damage which occurs at the fault of the owner or as the result of inclement weather or fire.
All non-glass items will be replaced for up to 10 years if damage occurs as the result of poor manufacturing, materials, or installation. Similarly to the warranty available on glass, there will be no cost to the owner if they choose a factory repair. However, if the owner chooses to obtain replacement parts at a local retailer or dealer, the cost of labor will not be covered.
As with any warranty, it is important to understand there are always special exclusions and circumstances which apply. Before purchasing any Andersen Products, carefully review the individual warranties which are outlined on their website.