As one of the most recognizable windows brands on the market today, some wonder, “Are Andersen Windows worth it?” Twenty-year window industry veteran and DunRite Windows & Doors Owner Sal Sucato thinks so…with one caveat.
Energy Star®. Andersen® 400 Windows. Low-E. You’ve seen these labels while researching windows for your upcoming project, but how do you know if they’re worth the hype? And, are Andersen 400 Windows Energy Star rated?
At DunRite, we’re committed to providing you with the quality and knowledge to back up your investment, so here’s what you need to know.
If that’s you, and you’re wondering where to buy Andersen windows, there are three primary ways to make your purchase: from dealers (like us) who sell and install Andersen product, from a Renewal by Andersen showroom, or at a home improvement store.
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They take full advantage of balmy weather and lovely views, and add a stunning design element to a home.
Let’s talk about which moving wall system DunRite prefers, and why we feel it’s your best option.
Trying to do an apples-to-apples comparison can be tough.
It’s a constant question we are asked… Are Renewal by Andersen windows the same as Andersen windows?
Products for both are manufactured at the same plant by the same company, but they’re not the same product. There are other differences, too.
Here’s what you should know.
It’s no secret that we’re fond of the Andersen® brand, but when asked “Are Andersen 100 windows good?” our answer is an unequivocal YES. The 100 Series of windows are a wonderful introduction to Andersen products at a moderate price point.