PRODUCTS & SERVICES TO BRIGHTEN YOUR HOME
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Should I replace my windows one at a time or all at once?
- Single window: When it’s only one window causing you problems, go ahead and replace it. You may immediately save on energy efficiency, maintenance costs, and stress.
- Multiple windows: A single window causing issues may trigger closer inspection on other windows that may also need maintenance or replacement. They may be of similar age; however, wear and tear depends on factors including installation, usage, maintenance, and exposure to the elements.
- Single window: Switching from a dated window to one that catches your eye can increase curb appeal at a relatively low investment. This one simple, stylistic change can also give your home a focal point for passersby.
- Multiple windows: Updating every window in your home can completely transform its look. You can create a consistent style with all new windows. The expenses are higher, but so are the rewards.
- Single window: Many rooms only have one window, so you can enhance the aesthetic with a single window replacement. Adding a bay or bow window adds a little nook and may offer more natural light. Specialty windows and special shape windows bring character and style to make your home unique.
- Multiple windows: The upside of replacing multiple windows in a room — or your whole house — is that you create a consistent style that can be enjoyed for years. A single window replacement might seem out of place if the older windows look dated. Upgrading multiple windows can increase your home’s curb appeal and interior aesthetic, giving you the best of both worlds.
ANDERSON WINDOWS AND DOOR SERIES
100 series: These solid, composite/Fibrex units are suitable for both new construction and replacement installation. In addition to light colors, they’re also available in dark colors, which work well in contemporary designs.
200 series: Made from wood cores with vinyl exterior cladding, this line has unfinished and prefinished natural wood interior finishes; it’s one of Andersen’s more economical choices. This streamlined product line is available with double-hung, gliding, and picture window styles. This series works well for homeowners who want painted interior wood.
400 series: Similar to the 200 series (with solid wood cores and vinyl exterior cladding), this series features greater choices for exterior cladding colors and three interior wood finish options. This series comes in nearly all window styles including casement; double-hun;, awning; sliders; bays and bows; and picture windows.
A-series: A series falls under Andersen’s architectural line, offering custom sizes and finishes. The units are wood core paired with vinyl, fiberglass, or composite cladding. Prior to shipment, all products are tested for hurricane and saltwater exposure resistance. The A series is Andersen’s most energy-efficient line.
E-series: E series windows fall under Andersen’s architectural line, with using solid wood cores and aluminum cladding. The units are available in 50 standard colors and finish options; the windows and doors are generally used for new construction.
For more than 115 years, Andersen’s drive to produce windows and doors that are different and better lies at the heart of their company.
What difference do quality doors make? Without an attractive entrance and other durable doors in your home, your house could be losing perceived value, leaking energy, and allowing outside elements in.