What Are Anderson Windows?


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Andersen windows are produced by a subsidiary of Andersen Corp., the largest manufacturer of windows and doors in North America. Andersen Windows is a brand family that includes American Craftsman, Andersen Storm Doors, Renewal and Silver Line windows.

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Andersen Windows, Inc. was founded in 1903 and remains privately owned. Andersen Windows, the flagship brand, is the most widely used and recognized brand of window and patio door in North America. 1990 heralded the beginning of an exclusive partnership between the Andersen Windows brand and The Home Depot, with the American Craftsman developed by Silver Line providing unique windows and doors for the Millwork Department. Andersen windows are available in eight main types: awning, bow, bay, casement, hung, gliding, picture and specialty.

Andersen offers five distinctive product lines to cater to the aesthetics, authenticity, performance and economy that suit every type of homeowner. A Series windows include custom sizing, wood interiors, and hundreds of sash, trim and frame colors. E Series and Eagle windows from Andersen are custom crafted with wood interiors including exotic species, a dozen finish options, and standard and custom colors, sizes and shapes. The E Series is the only selection of windows that offers integrated VeriLock security sensors. The 400 Series windows offer more traditional craftsmanship, proven energy efficiency and Perma-Shield exteriors that require no paining. The 200 Series and 100 series windows are Andersen’s range of economy windows and include low maintenance finishes.

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