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Andersen window replacement Philadelphia Andersen is a long time leader in the window (fenestration) industry. Having led in the new construction industry for years, Andersen always posed a challenge for the retrofit contractor in that the windows were available in 4? increments

and openings had to be changed to accommodate the windows. While this type of installation with the removal of the existing window frames is the best type of installation, the augmentation of the opening can sometimes be a problem. Especially with the width and especially where headers have to be changed, the Andersen offerings did not always present a feasible option. Now Andersen has resolved that issue with the ?E Series? product line. See below.

Competing with the retrofit, vinyl framed "pop-in," replacement windows, Andersen developed a separate marketing company under the Andersen name Renewal by Andersen This operation is run independently of Andersen and the offerings are retrofit replacement windows that are made to fit existing openings, installed into existing wood window frames. With the Fibrex frames, Andersen represented competition for Marvin's offerings in the fiberglass framed window marketplace. We do not offer the Renewal products.

E Series by Andersen Windows Andersen has aquired several companies in the window marketplace. One of specific importance to us is Eagle Windows and Doors. We had long used the product and have been very impressed with the construction and quality of the Eagle products. These windows are heavy duty, real wood framed and every window is specially sized and made to fit your openings. These custom windows are the finest we have ever used. We were concerned as to Andersen's intentions for the Eagle product line, but to our amazement, they improved the products! The new name is the Andersen E Series and these are, in our opinion, the finest windows money can buy.
Image to the right: Andersen Casement - Terratone - Stained Fiber Cement Siding - See our Photo Gallery
Andersen Casement Terratone Framed in Wood STained Fiber Cement Siding
Eagle windows with special grills
Above: Eagle WIndows with Specialty Grills, Crown Moldings and Trim set into Stained Nichiha Shake Siding.

Together with our premium installation which includes the removal of existing frames and proper insulation of the perimeter of the window, this product makes for the perfect fit for most installations. Andersen - Eagle Windows offer all of the common configurations: Bow Windows, Bay Windows, Awnings, Double Hungs, Casements along with specially configured units that can be designed to fit any need.

We install windows the way they should be installed. In most cases we recommend the removal of the existing window frames. This is done because the rough openings require insulation for a quality installation. In some very old homes, we will offer the Andersen - Eagle sash kits, but we will insulate the openings just the same. You don't get this type of quality in the pop-ins offered by most companies.

Andersen Bow Window

Above: Andersen Bow Window - Copper Roof - Fiber Cement Siding

Did you know that the number one complaint in the window industry has to do with the cold perimeter?

In the winter, on many thin-framed "pop-in" replacement installations, the perimeter of the window is noticeably cold. This is the area that is neglected in most window replacement jobs.

We have become very proficient at what we do and you may be surprised at our estimate. Give us a call today for a hassle-free estimate for your new Andersen windows. It only takes about an hour to measure and give you some information and we will not pressure you. Please look through our website and read what we say about high pressure window sales.



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Website written by, Robert Wewer 

Website written by, Robert Wewer