Andersen Windows offers window sizes ranging from 1 foot, 5 1/2 inches square to as large as 13 feet, 8 1/2 inches wide by 6 feet, 1 3/8 inches tall, as of March 2015. The company touts many custom-made sizes from more than 30 different series of models.
The smallest window comes from the 100 Series casement window line that contains four different sizes. Hinged casement windows typically open outward to the left or right, and are usually taller than they are wide. Andersen casement windows can be ordered as stationary models that do not open at all.
The largest window sold by Andersen comes from the 400 Series casement bow window line. Bow windows let in a lot of light and create the illusion of a curved wall. Bow and bay windows usually come in rows of four or five and fit together at slight angles. On AndersonWindows.com, a consumer clicks on Product Sizes and Product Details to see specific dimensions of various windows. On the site, a user views technical documents in PDF format, and each document downloads to the user's computer instead of appearing in a Web browser.
Shapes of windows include squares, rectangles, ovals, circles and special polygons. Andersen Windows makes windows and doors suitable for most projects and houses in the United States,