If you’re looking for window replacements, you’ve probably crossed paths in your on and off-line searches with Andersen Windows. You’ve heard the windows are expensive, but you’re not sure whether they are worth the cost. What is the average cost of an Andersen window, anyway? Here are some answers to that question.
Andersen Window Types
Andersen provides 35 different types of quality windows for installation. They make it possible to choose what works for your home, whether a new installation or window replacement. Andersen also offers style options in operational systems, color, wood frames, shapes, and other features. They offer windows for new homes, replacement windows, and even storm windows. With quality being incorporated into every window, whether a custom made window or another type, you know you are getting the best. Other window offerings include:
- single and double-hung
- bow and bay
- custom-made and specialty
Andersen Double-Hung Window Costs
Depending on whether you opt for upgrades and the series you choose with your order, the average cost for double-hung windows will run from $200 to $400. Installment costs for a single double-hung window run from $300 to $550. All costs will depend on the type of frame you choose, any local costs for service and other added improvements.
Andersen Casement Window Costs
The single casement windows come in the 100, 400 and A-Series. Side-by-side casement windows that have single handles come in the 400 and A-Series. They provide air circulation from the top to the bottom and can open from left to right. Casement window prices run from $350 to $1200 per window, and those prices depend on any upgrades you choose and the desired series. The cost to install an Andersen casement window could range from $500 to $1,685 depending on the costs for local work, the type of frame chosen and any other series upgrades you may want to include. The E Series with security sensors would run anywhere from $1,485 to $2,000.
Andersen Bay and Bow Windows
With Andersen bay and bow window installations you are working under the 400 Series of the line and what it provides. They can customize the window with one of the color choices along with the use of wood or the other interior color. Costs with bay and bow windows run from $1,698 to $2,100 per window. The total costs will any added improvements that you happen to choose and the series it falls under. The cost to install a bay or bow window run from $2,100 to $2,885. The total costs will hinge on any outside expenses for services performed, whether you use a different frame or if you decide to put in an order for anything custom made from their E-series line.
Andersen Picture Windows
Replacement picture windows bring added light into a room with no obstructions of your view of the outside. Flankers or side windows can go along with picture windows. All the compatible series are adaptable to picture window designs. The 100, 200, 400, A-Series and the E-series allow for a good fit with a picture window design. The cost for picture windows runs from $485 to $1,375 and that hinges on the size of the picture window you want. With the higher installation costs for this window, it may be to your benefit to contact local window installers and consult with them as to what they offer with these windows and what kind of prices are being charged in your area.
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Andersen Awning Windows
From one side to the other, Andersen windows provide ventilation through new vinyl awning windows. There are hinges on the top and the whole sash opens, which provides a full view of surroundings with little to no obstruction. Awning windows are available between $300 to $450 per window, but that price range will depend on any upgrades you add on and the series you choose. Installation costs run anywhere from $425 to $565 and those prices will be subject to any service costs, the type of frame, and if you add any premium features.
Andersen Sliding Windows
Andersen’s sliding windows are wider than they are long, and they slide horizontally with two sashes. They come in the Andersen 100 and 200 window series with one fixed stash with the other being operational. The sliding series 400 provides two sashes that are movable so window panes can go from one side to the other. As far as costs go, Andersen sliding windows can run anywhere from $250-$950 per window and that depends on whether you go with the premium series, any local service costs, and the type of frame you decide to use.
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Andersen Custom Windows
If you’re looking for a custom window design, Andersen makes a number of fixed specialty windows in various shapes and designs for your project. There are shapes and style changes within the different series that include the Curved Specialty Window. Also included in this particular line is the Flexiframe Polygon, which is another exquisite window that comes in different shapes and is offered in the 400 Series. There are also both circle and oval specialty windows that can be
included in the same series. The Polygon Specialty Window is just another choice available in different shapes and angles in the 400 and A-Series. Whatever you decide on with custom designs, the prices will be different with the series chosen along with any added costs for outside services.
Should you decide to consider Andersen Windows for either a new construction project or as replacement windows and aren’t sure on pricing, complete the online contact form and a representative will get back to you with the information and figures you need. Just remember that prices will fluctuate with the type of window you choose, the series selected and where you live.