Replacing the windows on your home can be a big decision and investment, and one you don’t want to take lightly. Windows are one of those products that affect both the interior and exterior of your home, providing design, style, light, security, and temperature control. Before making your purchase, you want to be sure you are paying for a quality window that will be an asset and an upgrade to your home.
A major factor in achieving this goal is what window manufacturer you select.
You can opt for the cheapest route, but you are bound to run into quality issues. You may save money in the short-term, but there is a good chance you’ll end up paying more in the long run to replace something.
All-Wood Andersen Windows
One recommended manufacturer with a time-tested track record is Andersen™ Windows & Doors. The company specializes in all-wood windows that are low maintenance and have an extended warranty. Not only that, but they offer a beautiful product line that will satisfy any need. One branch of their expansive list of products is the casement window line.
Three Andersen Casement Window Lines
Andersen casement windows are designed with the hinges on the side and they open out-ward with the help of a crank-system. They offer three different lines of casement windows, each with different features based upon price. The least expensive line, the 200 series, provides a quality frame with duel-paned glass; an overall solid product at an affordable price without all of the bells and whistles. The next model up, the 400 series, offers multiple glass and grid styles, along with a more energy efficient Low E4 glass. Only slightly more expensive, this line also offers a couple more color options. The third and most expensive choice is the architectural line. Designed to work in conjunction with the two previous series, this line offers all of the features of the 400 series while allowing for custom sizing and multiple color choices.
Your contractor should be skilled in assisting you in determining the correct sizes to order. Request free estimates from prescreened window installers in your area today.
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