About Silver Line Windows
Silver Line Windows was founded in 1947 as a branch of the Andersen Doors and Windows family. Their company exclusively produces windows and patio doors, which are known for being energy efficient and low-maintenance options for both replacement and new construction projects. Although Silver Line certainly designs and manufactures beautiful windows, their primary focus is on creating a highly functional and long lasting window. Each of their windows undergoes multiple tests before it is backed by their “Peace of Mind” Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Types of Windows Offered by Silver Line Windows
Silver Line Windows offers a full line of replacement and new construction windows. Each Silver Line window was designed to meet the specific operational needs of both residential and commercial properties. Continue reading to learn more about the types of windows by Silver Line Windows.
This window has two sashes that are hung vertically. Both sashes are operational, with the bottom sash moving upwards and the top sash moving downwards to open and allow fresh air into the home. Silver Line has designed all of their double-hung windows with sashes that tilt inwards, allowing for easy cleaning of the exterior pane.
Single Hung Windows
This window has two sashes that are hung vertically. The bottom sash is the only operational sash, moving upwards to open and tilting inwards for easy clean of the exterior pane.
This window is a single pane window that has a hinge on one side and opens outwards on the opposite side. Silver Line’s casement windows have an easily operated handle that allows for the window to be opened or closed and locked with one motion. The hardware for this window is low profile, folding out of the way of window treatments.
This single pane window has a hinge along the top and opens outwards along the bottom. Silver Line’s awning windows have an easily operated handle that allows the window to be opened or closed and locked with one motion. The hardware for this window is low profile, folding out of the way to avoid interfering with window treatments.
This single pane window has a hinge along the top and opens outwards at the top of the window. The awning windows by Silver Line have an easily operated crank handle that allows the window to be opened or closed and locked with one motion. The hardware for the hopper window is low profile, folding out of the way to avoid interfering with window treatments.
This window has two or three sashes hung vertically. Silver Line’s 2-panel sliding windows open from either side, sliding on a track for easy operation, and their 3-panel sliding windows open from either side while the center sash remains stationary.
The bay windows by Silver Line are constructed from a single picture window with a casement or double-hung window placed on either side. The windows are placed at sharp angles, extending into the outdoor environment. These windows provide architectural interest and maximum natural light to the home.
The bow windows by Silver Line are available constructed of casement windows that are placed side-by-side in a gentle curve, extending into the outdoor environment. Silver Line has three configurations of the bow windows available for purchase. The 3-Lite Bow Window is constructed from three casement windows, the 4-Lite Bow Window has four casement windows, and the 5-Lite Bow Window has five casement windows. Homeowners also have the option to arrange these windows as they see fit, with all windows opening from the same or opposite sides.
About the Silver Line Window Collections
Because Silver Line Windows understands each home is unique, they have created three collections of windows which vary in price, design, and function. Each collection includes both replacement and new construction window options. Continue reading to learn more about the Standard, Preferred, and Impact-Resistant Collections from Silver Line.
The windows in the Silver Line Standard Collection are high quality windows offered at an exceptional value. The vinyl windows of this collection are able to meet the ENERGY STAR® requirements of any state where they are sold and are so energy efficient that many homeowners see their utility bills drop by 15 percent. Additionally, the heavy-duty vinyl used for these frames is durable, requiring very little maintenance over the life of the window. These windows are very simply designed, allowing them to fit with the architecture of just about any home.
This collection is further organized into series based on the operation of the windows available. The Standard Collection includes double-hung windows for replacement projects, or the 1200 series, single-hung for both replacement and new construction projects, or the 2000 and 2200 series, and sliding windows for both replacement and new construction projects, or the 2090 and 2390 Series.
The replacement windows within the Standard collection are available in beige or white and the new construction windows are available in beige, white, or bronze. The color is present throughout the vinyl which makes these windows virtually invincible to scratching and fading. Additionally, homeowners can choose from six different glass options based on their energy efficiency, safety, and privacy needs. Between the glass grilles can be added in colonial, prairie, or diamond patterns.
The Preferred Collection
The Silver Line windows in the Preferred collection are high quality windows characterized by their elegant design. Homeowners and contractors can expect the windows within these collections to meet all ENERGY STAR® requirements in the state where they are sold. These windows have become popular because of their colonial brickmold design, a classic look that will fit in any home. Silver Line Preferred windows are constructed of high-quality vinyl, which requires little maintenance over the life of the window.
This collection is further organized into series based on the operation of the windows available. The Preferred collection includes replacement and new construction double-hung windows, or the 8600 and 3000 series, new construction single-hung windows, or the 2900 series, replacement and new construction sliding windows, or the 8700 and 2800 series, and replacement and new construction casement and awning windows, or the 70 series. Additionally, bow and bay windows are available within this collection and are constructed from solid wood frames.
The replacement windows within the Preferred collection are available in white, beige, or bronze and the new construction windows are available in white, beige, bronze, or sandtone. The color is present throughout the vinyl frames making these windows difficult to scratch and resistant to fading. Additionally, homeowners can choose from four different glass options based on their energy efficiency needs. Between the glass grilles can be added in colonial, prairie, or diamond patterns.
The Impact Resistant Collection
The Silver Line windows in the Impact-Resistant collection were designed specifically for coastal regions which experience high winds, debris, or hurricanes. Through repeated testing, Silver Line is able to offer durable windows homeowners can rely on to withstand some of the toughest coastal storms. The windows in this collection include laminate glass, which is stronger and more resistant to wind, debris, and intruders, provides protection of 99 percent of harmful UV rays and reduces the infiltration of noise into the home.
This collection is further organized into series based on the operation of the windows available. The Impact-Resistant collection includes replacement and new construction double-hung windows, or the 9500 and 3600 series, new construction single-hung windows, or the 2900 series, replacement and new construction casement and awning windows, or the 70 series, and replacement sliding windows, or the 8700 series.
About Silver Line’s Limited Lifetime Warranty
Silver Line Windows has created a line of windows they believe homeowners can rely on. The windows of the Standard, Preferred, and Impact-Resistant Collections are all characterized by their durability and weather resistance. Silver Line stands behind their windows by offering a limited lifetime warranty when their products are purchased from a certified Silver Line distributor.
If a window purchased for residential purposes is damaged because of a manufacturing defect, Silver Line will repair or replace the window at no cost to the homeowner. This warranty does not cover any damage which occurs as the result of improper installation or use, or natural disasters. The warranties offered by Silver Line are non-transferrable. If the original homeowners choose to sell their home, the warranty will not be extended to the new homeowners.
Because the warranties by Silver Line vary from product to product, and various exclusions may apply to your specific circumstances, we always advise you to carefully examine warranty documents before making a purchase.