A Series Windows

Quality you can count on

Andersen A Series windows are designed with smart homeowners in mind, with fiberglass and Fibrex® construction, and a wide variety of styles meant to suit every taste. Some of the benefits of these windows include: -Durable fiberglass and Fibrex® exterior, combined with aesthetically pleasing wood interior, -Numerous window styles, including 34 specialty options to fit your space, -A dozen hardware finish choices and 11 color options, allowing you to truly make your windows your own, -Andersen’s best-performing energy efficient window

Material

All of the windows in the Andersen A Series have a fiberglass and Fibrex® exterior and sash with a wood interior and sash. This means they are incredibly durable, while also offering a warm and inviting look inside your home. Fibrex® is a patented composite material that is crafted from wood and vinyl fibers. This combination is more durable, and noticeably stronger, than traditional vinyl — although it costs more, most homeowners find the price difference to be worthwhile. Additionally, unlike wood, Fibrex® doesn’t succumb to rot, mold growth, or termites. It also requires minimal upkeep.

Grilles

100 Series windows and doors are created with Finelight, which makes cleaning simple. Every grille has a sculpted profile and dual color options, allowing this feature to match both the interior and exterior color of the door frame or window frame. Grille options include Colonial, Modified Colonial, Prairie, Short Fractional, Tall Fractional, Victorian, Renaissance, Sunburst, 2×2, and 2×4.

Specified Equal Light

Specified Equal Light

Specified Equal Light

Custom

Color Palette!

All Andersen 100 Series products come in five colors — Dark Bronze, Cocoa Bean, Terratone, Sandstone, and White. It is important to note that the darker hues are not typically available in traditional vinyl products, making Fibrex® particularly unique and desirable.

Exterior Colors

White

Canvas

Prairie Grass

Sandtone

Terratone

Cocoa Bean

Dark Bronze

Red Rock

Forest Green

Dove Gray

Black

Interior Colors

White

Birch Bark

Primed (for paint)

Canvas

Sandtone

Dark Bronze

Black

Styles

Double-Hung Windows

Double-hung windows have two operating sash (glass panels) that move up and down
allowing for ventilation on the top, bottom or both. With a tilt-in feature for easy cleaning, these windows are ideal around patios, decks and walkways.

Casement & Awning Windows

Casement windows are hinged on the side and crank open outward to the left or right allowing for full top to bottom ventilation. Awning windows are hinged on the top and open outward from the bottom, allowing for ventilation and protection from the rain. Both styles can be grouped in stunning combinations for a better view.

Specialty Windows

Specialty windows are stationary (non-opening) windows characterized by their special shapes, including curves and dramatic angles. They can make a signature statement in your home or provide a delicate lighting accent.

Venting & Stationary Windows

Transom windows can be used in window combinations or placed above doors to let in
light and fresh air while adding style and curb appeal. Available as a venting window that is hinged at the top and opens outward or as a stationary (non-operating) window.

Glass Options

The Andersen A Series window line is the best-performing energy efficient option the brand has to offer. If you are having replacement windows installed, you can rest assured that the A Series will lower your utility bills and keep your family more comfortable. If you are building a new home, you can trust that these windows are top-of-the-line. The Andersen A Series uses Low-E4 glass panes, which reflect heat back outdoors during the summer months, keeping your home at a comfortable temperature. During the wintertime, Low-E4 glass absorbs heat, warming every room of your home. Homeowners who select the Andersen A series can also opt for the HeatLock coating, which is excellent for colder parts of the United States, as it reflects heat back inside instead of allowing it to escape. PassiveSun is another coating that makes it easier for cold-weather homeowners to keep their houses toasty while the “weather outside is frightful”.  Finally, the SmartSun glass coating is a great option for homeowners in the American Southeast and Southwest, where the weather is hot and sunny for much of the year. It provides a “shield”, of sorts, from the sun’s potentially harmful UV rays, all while still allowing for the natural light you love in your home.  Triple-pane glass is also an option for this EnergyStar rated window line.

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