Andersen Windows is another very sought-after brand we install all the time at CoMo Premium Exteriors. Between Target, Andersen, Pella, and VinylMax, you have many solid window replacement options available for your home in central Missouri. We’d like to discuss the pros and cons of Andersen Windows to help inform your home remodeling strategy.
Background on Andersen Windows
The Andersen Window company has been around for a while. Beginning in 1903, they’ve been making low to high-end windows for homes all over the country. Because of their long history of window making, homeowners instinctively pursue Andersen Windows because of their familiarity with the name.
Over that 100-plus years of business, Andersen has spent a long time designing and perfecting windows made from all sorts of materials. You can get vinyl, wood, aluminum, fiberglass, and fibrex windows from Andersen.
These windows can vary greatly in terms of quality depending on the model and features you choose. While some Andersen windows are definitely on the higher end of the quality spectrum, they also manufacture lower-end products that CoMo would not recommend for your home. Knowing the difference between a high-quality and low-quality window is important for getting your money’s worth and a long-lasting, effective window.
Andersen produces a novel fibrex style of window, which no other company does. It makes up for deficiencies in wood products by fusing them with vinyl. Andersen even produces many of the commercial windows you’ll find, including heavy-duty ones for manufacturing plants.
Best Reasons to Get Andersen Windows
Allow us to highlight some of the top reasons to consider Andersen when selecting your next replacement window.
- They have a variety of window types.
- Their unique Fibrex material captures the best of both worlds from vinyl and wood. It’s a synthesis of 60% PVC Vinyl and 40% recycled pine wood.
- The A-Series Fibrex comes in 12 different finishes, 11 different paint colors, several screens, and grille options, and covers multiple window styles.
Is it Time to Replace Your Windows?
If you notice drafts or have higher than normal heating and cooling costs, it may be time to have CoMo come and inspect your windows. Over the past 20 years, window manufacturers have continued to invest in research and development to increase window energy efficiency. While Andersen may be a consideration for replacing the windows in your home, there are many great window manufacturers and selecting the best one depends on your unique situation and goals.
For more information on this topic, consult our helpful article on knowing when it’s time to replace your windows.
CoMo Premium Exteriors: We’ll Install Any Window Type
Do you need replacement windows for some or all of the rooms in your house? Contact CoMo for a no-hassle, free window inspection and estimate. We have helped homeowners with all types of windows and in all types of homes. Our sales team will help educate you on the different options and provide a quote that meets your expectations and budget.
If you select CoMo for your new window installation we’ll make the process simple. Our excellent construction crews receive consistent praise from our clientele throughout central Missouri. That’s why we have a nearly perfect rating on Google Reviews, not to mention an A+ accreditation from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). We’re the last contract construction company you’ll need for any window, roof, door, or siding job on your home.
If new windows are part of your home remodeling plans, don’t hesitate to give CoMo a call for a free estimate today!