Andersen 100 Series Costs And Pricing

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Andersen 100 Series Costs And Pricing

Andersen 100 Series costs are at the mid to high end for composite windows, pricing will depend on the glass package, hardware options, frame color choice, overall window size and type of installtion needed. The 100 Series by Andersen uses a fibrex composite frame, made from around 70% vinyl and sawdust that they claim is twice as strong as vinyl. Top contractors don't necessarily see the window as any stronger or better made than the best vinyl window options available. Aesthetically, this window finds its mark; a narrow frame allows for lots of glass area, clean weld lines, a nice matte finish and lots of options in terms of interior and exterior frame colors. The color is baked into the frame so it doesn't crack or chip off. Frame color is going to add to the cost of windows - up to a third more expensive. (Amerimax is a West Coast company that offers lots of frame color options - see more Amerimax windows prices.) For the standard glass options on the 100 Series, homeowners can expect a U-factor around 0.28, SHGC of 0.19 and VT of 0.43. More Andersen windows prices.

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