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Andersen Windows Prices

Andersen windows prices start at $550 and top out at $1400 installed. They are one of the largest and most expensive window companies in the country and certainly the most well known. There are five different series of Andersen windows, as well as several other brands including Silverline and Eagle. For more information, check out our Andersen windows reviews.

Overall Price Range: $550 to $1,400 installed

Andersen 100 Windows Cost

Andersen's 100 Series features fibrex composite frame, which is made from extruded PVC and wood sawdust. Many contractors considered it a builder's grade window that is sold at a premium price. After a 2010 debut in the Southwest, it gradually spread to other parts of the country. While most often used in new construction, it can serve as a replacement window as well when sold without a nailing flange. The upper sash is slightly narrower than the lower, and it has quite a few options for custom colors and sizes. It's a product with decent performance ratings, but some contractors feel that it's priced too high. The features are often compared to the Okna Starmark (also a composite), but the 100 Series is much lower in both price and quality.

Andersen 100 Pricing

Andersen 200 Windows Prices

Andersen's entry level wood clad window, the 200 Series is a step above builder's grade and used to be called the Builder's Select. Made with vinyl cladding on the exterior, it comes in a limited range of styles and sizes. There are some options when it comes to colors, grids, and some other features. There are two separate models available. The Tilt-Wash features an interior that is either white or standard pine, and an exterior that has a sandstone finish or white paint. Instead of cladding, the sash has a PPG Flexicron finish. Some contractors, but not all, claim that the sill design doesn't drain well and can cause some problems without special flashing. The NarrowLine has slightly more viewing area, and the sill doesn't seem to have any drainage issues. Although they are decent windows, the 400 Series is a better buy. Compare to the Pella Proline wood clad model - check Pella windows prices here.

Andersen 200 Costs

Andersen 400 Window Costs

This Series is essentially an upgraded line of the 200s. The design and craftsmanship is better and there are more colors, sizes, and options to choose from. The 400 has a Tilt-Wash line, similar to the 200, but with a better sill design. The Woodwright is very similar, but the sash has a fibrex finish, which does limit the color options. Often compared to the Marvin Ultimate, the Tilt-Wash is a good window, but the Woodwright is considered by some to be Andersen's best product.

Andersen 400 Prices

Andersen Architectural Window Prices

Andersen's top line, the Architectural Series has 13 different colors for the sash frame and trim. The interior comes in either maple, pine, or oak. Unlike many windows, it is fully customizable, and can be ordered in any size to the 1/4 inch. There are plenty of optional features and upgrades to consider. One of the best wood windows on the market, the price is high but most contractors think it's worth it. It has some of the best energy efficiency features available and can be compared to Loewen's Cyprium Series.

Andersen A Series Cost

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