ANDERSEN WINDOWS FOR LESS
Save 40-60% With Our Insanely Competitive Prices!
Why pay showroom or franchise prices for Andersen® windows in the Phoenix Scottsdale metro area? We’ve been installing their products for more than two decades, long before they made the move from distributors to franchises. And as a long-time dealer with little overhead, we pass along our lower prices for Andersen windows directly to you.
Same quality and energy efficient features you expect, and a much stronger warranty—installed by a certified Arizona installation company with a reputation you can trust.
DunRite Windows & Doors is a locally owned, family business who cares deeply about customer service. We’re committed to a job done right, every time, and we’re proud to sell Andersen windows up to 40-60% less than our competitors.
Ask for them to be included in your estimate today!
Here’s What Our Customers Say…
The installers were efficient and cleaned everything up nicely. Our salesman, Sal, was awesome. He was very accommodating. He answered some questions for me about other windows and doors in my house. He offered my advice on some screen installation. He actually recommended a different type of company to complete the work I wanted done. (just like the movie Miracle on 34th Street). We were not happy with one of the choices we made with the door installation. We thought we would like our choice of framework but did not like the selection once it was up. Even though it was DunRite’s fault, they exchanged the section we were not happy with and did not charge us extra money for their time or the new materials.
I would highly recommend the company.
20+ Years of Andersen Installations in Scottsdale
Every window is a custom window, measured and ordered from U.S.-based manufacturing plant to perfectly fit your space. Perfect rectangle or a completely unique opening, DunRite never uses “off the shelf” product.
Whether it’s a Heritage by Andersen full moving glass wall system to bring the outdoors in, the durable Andersen 100 Series Fibrex® windows and doors, or their higher end product line of E-Series aluminum-clad wood windows, we offer the entire Andersen product line.
Answers to Common Questions About Andersen Windows
One of the most recognizable window and door brands in America, Andersen Windows is synonymous with high-end windows. But is it worth it? We install a high volume of them, and in certain circumstances they can provide tremendous value. The Andersen 100 line of Fibrex® windows are a step up from vinyl, made from a composite of wood fibers recycled from the manufacturing of Andersen wood products, and vinyl polymers, these windows are stronger and more durable than just vinyl alone. And homeowners love the broader range of color choices, too. Learn more in this blog post, Are Andersen Windows Worth It?
While you’ll want to check documentation for the specific product line you’re considering for Andersen windows (or doors), most of their products are Energy Star® rated. Many people don’t realize that Energy Star ratings change based on where you live, and although a product might be Energy Star rated in one part of the country, it might not meet Energy Star rating standards for where they live. Therefore, it’s important to check, just to be sure.
The features, coatings and upgrades you chose will impact the Energy Star rating, too. For example, an Andersen 400 Window that includes Low-E4 with SmartSun™ and Heatlock™ might be Energy Star approved in Flagstaff, but not if the same Andersen 400 Series window is missing one or more of those upgrades. Arizona includes four zones.
In Maricopa County, a window must include a U-factor of 0.40 or less, and an SHGC of 0.25 or less to meet Energy Star criteria. Learn more in the article, Are Andersen 400 Windows Energy Star Rated?
We’re a big fan of Andersen products, and proud to offer the Andersen 100 line at a very, very competitive price compared to the Renewal by Andersen showroom franchises. Andersen products have a well-known reputation, and homeowners ask for them by name.
So where can you buy them? From dealers like us (whoot!), who sell and install Andersen product, from a home improvement store for those handy DIY’ers among us, or from a Renewal by Andersen showroom. If you’ve gotten a showroom quote, be sure to get one from us, too! Learn more in our blog article, Where to buy Andersen Windows.
While products for both are manufactured by the same company, Andersen Windows, they’re sold in a different manner. Renewal by Andersen sells the Andersen Fibrex® replacement windows, which are stronger and more durable than a vinyl window. It’s similar to the Andersen 100 Series, a product we sell that also uses Fibrex, but it’s not exactly the same.
Because each Renewal by Andersen showroom is a franchise, they set their own pricing, sales tactics and customer service. These can vary greatly, since each showroom is independent. We are always happy to provide a quote for the comparable Andersen 100 product, since our pricing is typically much better than most franchises.
The style of frame and warranty may also differ between Andersen and Renewal by Andersen. For more detail, check out our blog article, Are Renewal by Andersen Windows the Same as Andersen Windows?
We’re a fan of Andersen Windows, especially the Heritage line, and the Andersen 100 line of Fibrex® windows. They’re a step up from vinyl, less than fiberglass windows and more practical than wood. Made from a blend of recycled wood fiber from their manufacturing facility and polymers, they’re more durable than a vinyl window, with a longer lifespan. They’re also very similar to the Fibrex windows sold by Renewal by Andersen franchises at a much more affordable price.
They’re the only fully composite product offered by Andersen Windows, since their other product lines combine a mix of wood interiors with Fibrex, vinyl or aluminum exteriors. Andersen 100 windows are more expensive than vinyl windows from other manufacturers, but well worth it, in our opinion. Learn why in this article on our blog, Are Andersen 100 Windows Good?
Andersen and Renewal by Andersen products are made in the United States, mainly in facilities located in Wisconsin and Minnesota. They also acquired a high-end windows and doors manufacturer in Quebec, Canada (MQ), and one in Gilbert, Arizona (Heritage Windows & Doors).
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Are Andersen 100 Windows Good? Are They Worth The Cost?
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Big Sliding Glass Doors or Multifold Patio Doors: Which is a Better Moving Wall System?
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