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Andersen window prices will run close to $60 to $100 per square foot, depending on the model, upgrades and glass package that you opt for. Andersen manufactures four main window models, each of which offers unique features and window price points. Read product reviews on their 100, 200, 400 and Architectural window series. For consumer and contractor opinions on the strength and weaknesses of Andersen Windows And Doors, please see our page.

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A Series | General Pricing

Andersen 100 Series Windows Prices

The Andersen 100 Series has a fibrex composite frame, made from a mix of extruded PVC and wood. Designed to compete with high end vinyl windows, the 100 Model is a high quality composite that is available in tons of exterior and interior colors and finishes, making it one of the most versatile windows on the market in terms of its overall look. This is perhaps its biggest selling point for many consumers.

The Andersen 100 window was released in the Southwest region back in 2010 and was gradually introduced in other areas of the country after it proved popular during its test run. On a design note, the upper sash is a little bit narrower than the bottom. The window is generally considered a good, solid product; however, some contractors think it is somewhat overpriced for the "just okay" performance numbers. Compare the Anderson 100 Series to Okna Starmark windows prices.

Dane - Site Editor

Andersen 100 vs Sunrise Restorations

Hi Tim and Dane, I need to replace 5 windows and 1 patio door. I live in MN. Have received quotes from three different companies for 3 different products. Could you let me know which one would be the best product to go with and is the quote reasonable? I plan to stay in this house for a long time so the goal is to do a good replacement that would last for a while. I currently have vinyl and white siding. Plan to replace with same since I'm not doing the whole house.

1) Sunrise Restorations - approximately $12k

2) Andersen 100 Series windows & 200 Series patio door - approximately $12.6k

3) Soft-Lite Imperial LS - approximately $11.2k (with full frame replacement - quotes from the first two companies do not include full frame replacement)

Dimension of my windows/patio:

1) Patio 70.875 x 79.5
2) 106.5 x 63.5 (three panels of 35.5 x 63.5 each)
3) 23.5 x 47.75
4) 47.75 x 59.5
5) 71 x 65 (2 panels of 35.5 x 65 each)
6) 83 x 65 (2 panels of 41.5 x 65 each)

I hope to be able to make a decision this week and would appreciate your feedback.


Yen- Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Yen, since you have to take off some of the siding to replace the windows anyway, I would go with the full frame replacement, which will provide a stronger fit and insures a better water seal at the top and sides of the frame. Of the bids you have, I like the Soft-Lite Imperial LS with the full frame and its the cheapest -- how often does that happen :)

The Imperial LS is a fantastic window, one that will last as long as your siding will, which is important because it's costly to repair windows when they have to pull siding off, etc. Best to it all in one fell swoop if possible and save yourself some money on the labor.

If for some reason that bid doesn't work out, I would then go with the Sunrise Restorations.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017

Andersen 100 Costs

Hello again, I asked about which windows would work best in Northern Utah. You suggested Okna, Sunrise, Soft-lite, Zen and per the manufacture do not have dealer/sales rep in this are. Amerimax is over 50 miles away but Milgard has given me a bid also Anderson. The Milgard Tuscany bid is $8578 The Anderson 100 bid is $7880 plus $60 for grids. What is you opinion on Tuscany vs Anderson 100. Thanks again for all you help.

Mark - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mark, that's a tough question. Personally, I think the Andersen 100 is the better looking of the two windows. Performance wise, the Tuscany is going to outshine the 100. From a construction and durability standpoint, I would put them close to one another. I think if you don't mind how the Tuscany looks (and honestly once you put in windows, you rarely notice them unless they look downright bad), I would go with the Tuscany and save yourself some money. It's a good window.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016

Andersen 100 Series Window Costs

I have 3 bids as follows and was hoping to get an opinion on the best options open to me. There are approximating 40 windows in all, some fairly complex and large, nearly all of them casements.

Contractor 1: Andersen 100 Casements, $50,000

Contractor 2: Vytex 3300 Casement, $37,500
Contractor 3 Simonton 5500 Casements, $43,500

Jean - Homeowners - from 2015

[Site Editor's Response]

Jean, with Contractor 1, I like the Andersen 100 window, but I really do question whether it's worth $6500 and $12,500 more than the other two selections. I think in terms of aesthetics, the Andersen 100 is the best option, but from an overall quality and performance perspective, I don't think it's that much better.

I don't know the Vytex 3000 series specifically so I can't comment on the quality here. Therefore, my vote would be the Simonton 5500 series, which is a good quality window and I feel like the best value of the money.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2015

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Andersen 200 Series Windows Prices

The Andersen 200 Series is the "economy" wood clad window from Andersen and considered something of a high end builder grade window (sold to builders and contractors who are looking for an affordable window option, as opposed to a high end window option). The 200 Series uses an exterior vinyl cladding with a real wood interior and comes in a variety of colors and custom options, although less so than the better and more expensive 400 Series.

The Andersen 200 window can be ordered in either the Tilt-Wash or the NarrowLine model. The Tilt-Wash is a nice design feature (the single and double hung sashes tilt in for easier cleaning), however the PPG Flexicron sash is not as nice (or as sturdy) as the one used on the 400 Tilt-Wash. The NarrowLine is the preferred design option, although in general, the Andersen 200 Series is less well made and a bit clumsier than the far superior 400 Series. Compare the Andersen 200 Series to Pella ProLine window prices.

Dane - Site Editor

ProVia Aeris Bid

Thank you Tim for your advice. We are looking at Aeries by Provia which is a higher quality than the Endure. These particular windows are wood on the inside and vinyl exterior. It also comes with a limited lifetime warranty that is transferable and a lifetime guarantee of glass replacement for any reason. it is Energy Star rated with a u-factor of 0.27, solar heat gain coefficient of 0.20, visible transmittance 0.47, air infiltration 0.3 and condensation resistance of 0.59.

It says the frame and sash construction exceeds industry standards and resists chipping, cracking, peeling and blistering. 100% all foam super spacer and a Mylar 10-layer vapor barrier. The glass has a glazing on it.

We did get our quote from Home Depot for the Anderson Windows and it would run us $13000 - $14000 which is still considerably less expensive than the Anderson Renewals.The sales man with Provia said he will be able to come in cheaper than the Anderson windows. He doesn't know the price we were given from Home Depot.

I am sure it will work out. I appreciate your help!

Debbie - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Debbie, I didn't know that the Aeris wood model came with a lifetime warranty -- does this include the wood portion of the window? I like the performance numbers -- all except the air infiltration. A .30 AI is not good, you should double check this. Wood is typically not very energy efficient and this becomes more so over time. However, they do make a good window in general. I also like the fact that they will be less expensive than the Andersen option.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018

Andersen 200 Window Costs

We are in the process of replacing 14 double hung and sliders. We have a number of bids that came in as follows.

Sunrise Vanguard: $13,895
Renewal By Andersen: $33,000
Anderson 100: $23,000
Anderson 200: $25,000
Simonton Asure: 16,000

Mary - Homeowner - from 2017

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Andersen 400 Series Windows Prices

The Andersen 400 Series is the best window option in the Andersen fleet and one to take a look at if your budget allows. This is a vinyl clad wood window that can be ordered in any number of colors, sizes, upgrade options, etc.

Similar to the 200 Series, the Andersen 400 windows comes in two basic models, the Tilt-Wash and the Woodwright. The sash on the 400 Tilt-Wash is much improved over the material used on the 200 Series. The Woodwright option uses a fibrex finish sash and is our design choice over the Tilt-Wash option for this reason alone (consumers who like the idea of a tilt-in window may have a different take).

In fact, the Andersen 400 Series Woodwright is one of our picks for top wood windows on the market, although it is certainly not inexpensive. Compare the Andersen 400 Series to Marvin Ultimate pricing.

Dane - Site Editor

Andersen 400 Conversion Kits

Hello, I have 27 windows that are Andersen Narrowlines, which were installed around 1989. I bought the conversion kits to make them new again. This will cost me $10,000 - $12,000 as a DIY project.

If I use an Andersen certified installer, they want $27,000 to do the same job.

Bill - Homeowner - from 2017

Andersen 400 Window Costs

Dane, I really like your site, been lurking for several years gathering information and now need to start thinking seriously about replacing windows. Had a local Delaware company come out and give a price for (16) double hung Okna 500 deluxe and (1) small awning made by Okna. Installation will consist of removing siding, sealing back of flange with silicone, sealing over the front of flange opening with rubber/butyl tape and making any siding correction such as capping if needed. Cash price is $11,842.00 ($696 per opening) or financed price same as cash is $12,593.00. ($740 per opening) with lifetime warranty on installation and transferable lifetime warranty on the window.

We have another company coming out to price the Anderson 400 series that my wife seems to like and I plan on having a third quote from the Sunrise dealer since they seem to be apples to apples with the Okna’s. From what I’ve read do you still consider the pecking order to be


Rob - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Rob, it sounds like you are going about this project in exactly the right manner. I think the first bid is fair in price and I would be interested to see how it stacks up to the Sunrise. I’m assuming their standard Sunrise window, which is a good comparison to the Okna 500, although one or to upgrades to the Sunrise is probably a fairer apples-to-apples match up.

The Andersen 400 is the best model they sell and quite a nice window. I don’t think it can measure up to the Okna or Sunrise in terms of energy efficiency, but the window itself is nice looking and a well-made product.

I think all things being equal I would rank them as you did: Okna 500, Sunrise Standard Vinyl Frame, Andersen 400 Series. But honestly I don’t think there is much difference between the first two and I only rate the 400 Andersen lower because it’s wood clad (the doors come in an all vinyl option), and although wood is beautiful, it doesn’t hold up over time like vinyl.

I think you need to get your bids and then really take a look at who is doing the install, how thoroughly are they going to perform the work and who stands behind their work. This is what might tip the balances for me in terms of the Okna Sunrise choice. All in all, though, I think you have three great options in front of you.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017

Andersen 400 vs Okna 500 Series

Wymond, I have a quote for replacement 17 Harvey classic double windows for $460 a windows. Also 2 bay windows and a patio door for $9200 installed. Is this price fair and reasonable? How is the Harvery vinyl windows perform compare to the Andersen 400 series windows. The Anderson quote is about $7500 more. Thanks.

Wymond - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Wymond, Harvey makes a good vinyl window, very solid. They aren't as nice as the Andersen 400 series, which is a high quality wood clad window, but wood windows come with their own unique set of issues. I like the Harvey Classic (assuming you are getting good installation from their team). In terms of the cost, both of them sound pretty fair, both the Harvey quote and the Andersen quote as well. If it were me, I'd get one more quote, something lower, and then go back to the Harvey rep and say you want to go with them but they are a bit out of your price range -- if they could get close to your other lower quote, you are ready to sign the papers. See if they come down off their price...

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

Andersen 400 vs Sunrise

Our Sunrise dealer came out and measured/quoted the entire house for me (see attached).We priced all windows with white prairie style grids (upper sash only $33/window), white exterior, white interior, and white hardware. Installation for windows was $460/window with the vendor doing all interior & exterior work. There was a $116 discount from the per-window-install-price for me doing the interior casing and extension jam work which still amounts to me paying a $344/window install charge. It seemed odd to me, but for home owner install sales they offer a 20% discount on the price of the window.

In the end, they quoted a straight sale to me for the Sunrise double hung with the prairie grid in the upper sash is $505.74 including the sales tax. $11 more with optional nailing fin. I think that's an awesome price too which makes the decision that much harder!

The Andersen 400 was has no grid and is $560 plus tax with the nailing fin.

Donald - Homeowner - from 2016

Andersen 400 Woodwright Costs

We are looking to replace 20 windows in our home - we currently have the original Andersen windows (wood) from the 1991 construction of our home. We have had a multitude of window sales/installers in and out of our home in the last several weeks and our heads are spinning - we like the idea of composite, wood is great but not a requirement (goal is energy efficiency in both hot and cold months); high quality vinyl is OK - we really want double-hung...

Here is a sampling of what we are considering (windows and installation):

Andersen by Renewal - $36,000

Andersen 400 Woodrite series (Home Depot) - $33,000

Global Tech/gtech 12 - $16,000

BF Rich Cabernet - $13,000

Okna 800 Enviro-star - $10,000

Joseph - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

If this were me, it would be an absolute no brainer -- the Okna 800 is probably one of the top 3 vinyl windows on the market. Frankly I'm VERY surpirsed how low that price is -- I'm almost suspect of it.

Here is what I would do, I would call the Okna rep and see what it would cost to switch to the interior laminates -- Okna makes a pretty awesome looking laminate, which means you get a pretty darn realistic looking "wood window," but with all of the benefits of vinyl. BTW, this window will blow the doors off of any composite window out there (or wood for that matter) -- the only one that comes close is the Okna Starmark... The Okna laminates come in natural wood, cherry or cognac. Check out their website for sample colors and also ask the rep how you can see the laminates in person so you can get a sense of how the laminate looks.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

Andersen 400 vs Sunrise

My contractor got great pricing though his distributor for a 400 double hung. The big choice is now between an Andersen 400 for $550 and the Sunrise for $560. The only reason I'm even considering the choice is because our home has stained oak trim and the window would look beautiful stained to match. The white vinyl isn't as attractive looking in a stained frame. More on Sunrise window prices.

Is the Sunrise still the best option for function and longevity?

Tom - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Tom, that is a fantastic price for the Andersen 400 window. While the Sunrise would probably last longer, the Andersen 400 window is a well made window and the interior wood is very nice looking. If you are willing to stain and take care of the interior wood, I'd have to say go with the Andersen -- especially if everytime you look at the windows they are a thing of beauty. Vinyl is simply not a thing of beauty...

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

Andersen 400 Prices

We've settled on insert replacements since a full siding replacement is not an option for us at this time. My sons bedroom window is leaking air and condensating so bad that the wood sash started to mold at the end of last winter. Originally we wanted Andersen 400 series but can't afford the $720 window price tag per window (uninstalled). The comparable Kolbe Heritage window was $893 (uninstalled).

Tom - Homeowner - from 2016

Andersen 400 Series Cost

We're replacing 30 double hung windows and have bids for the Andersen 400 Woodwright window (upgraded screens and glass) - $20K.

Weathershield came in at $16K, but I'm not a fan of the window, so I've tossed them out already.

Sierra Pacific gave us a bid of $13K and that includes triple pane glass and exterior screens.

Les - Homeowner - from 2012

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Les, I normally don't suggest the highest bid, but in this case that's the winner, at least in my opinion. That's actually a very good price on the Andersen 400 and the Wooddwright is my favorite of their entire line of wood clad windows. Sierra Pacific is a mid range wood window manufacturer and I don't think you are going to get the long term value you're looking for with their products.

Jim - Contractor - from 2011

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Andersen A Series Windows Prices

The Andersen A Series is a top-of-the-line fiberglass clad wood window that is fully customizable and comes in a huge array of frame, trim and sash colors. The window can be ordered in any 1/4 inch size increment and has tons of amazing custom features and heardware upgrades. The A Series, or Architectural Series, is built to be used by architects and high end designers and is priced as such. If you can afford it, our hats are off to you because this is a truly beautiful wood window. Compare the Andersen Architectural Series to Loewen window prices.

Dane - Site Editor

Andersen A Windows Pricing

We are renovating our home and are looking for top end windows. We have a bid on the A Series that comes in at roughly $2000 per window and was curious as to the market price. I know that might be hard to say

Marvin - Homeowner - from 2015

[Editor's Response]

Marvin, Andersen A Series windows are the top-of-the-heap and this is not a surprising per window cost for this window. In terms of fair market price, especially for custom high end projects, you are going to need to get one or two more bids to compare it to. I would suggest Marvin and Loewen to begin with.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2015

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General Andersen Window Costs

Andersen And Marvin in Texas?

Hi Dane, we live in Dallas and are looking to replace the inefficient windows in our home. We have received quotes from both Andersen and Marvin. While their windows seem to be excellent options, the problem is their price. We have been quoted 100k and 45k respectively.

I'd like to spend no more than 25k. What options should I consider? Both reps have told me that vinyl will not hold up in Texas heat, and are being outlawed in various states. Is this true, if so what other options do I have without cleaning out the bank.

I have started to look at Milgard, but want to understand if the vinyl will have durability concerns.

Jesse - Homeowner - from 2016

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Jesse, Andersen and Marvin are expensive windows, but you should be able to get a GOOD vinyl window (or aluminum) and be fine in the Texas heat. I’ve never heard the whole outlawing claim and would be surprised if that were true – that sounds like scare tactics to me.

I would start with your local Don Young windows, which makes an excellent aluminum window. They also make a pretty good vinyl window. Get their opinion on vinyl in your immediate area.

I know Milgard now makes a vinyl window specifically for Texas. I like Milgard and feel they make a quality product.

The other company I might check is Zen Windows, which is a franchise of Soft-Lite. I believe they have a branch in your area.

I just suggested three window brands, but obviously I can’t vouch for the quality of the local companies who would be installing it. Make sure you read the online reviews for the companies and ask lots of questions.

Feel free to shoot the bids my way when you get them and I’m more than happy to give you my opinion!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016

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