Andersen vs. Simonton Windows - Replacement Windows Review

Andersen vs. Simonton Windows - Replacement Windows Review

When you’re looking for replacement windows for your home, it’s often hard to know which vendor to select - it’s so hard to look at your options without a direct, side-by-side comparison. Well, we’ve decided to make the search process a little easier! In this article, we compare Andersen and Simonton offerings directly, pointing you to the product that is best for your home.

Andersen vs. Simonton Products

Each brand offers a unique selection of window types. Below, you'll find the product selection from each brand. For more product details, click the link. 

Andersen Simonton
Wood Reflections
Composite - Fibrex Asure
Vinyl-Clad Impressions
Aluminum-Clad Stormbreaker Plus
 Fiberglass-Clad ProFinish Brickmould 
  ProFinish
  DaylightMax
  Madeira
  Verona

Andersen vs. Simonton Finish Offerings

Each brand and window type vary in which colors are available, both interior and exterior. 

Andersen

Simonton

The available window finish colors for Andersen depends on the material. The E-Series Aluminum Clad has the most options (50+), while the 200-Series Vinyl Clad has the least (2). To see the full range of available colors, see this chart. 

Simonton offers a variety of finishes for their windows. There are 8 available exterior finishes and 6 interior wood stains that customers can choose from. 

Andersen A Series Windows

Warranty Coverage: Andersen vs. Simonton

Both Andersen and Simonton want to prioritize one thing above all others: your satisfaction! That's why both vendors offer amazing warranties. However, it's important to know what is and is not covered by both vendor warranties.

Andersen Warranty Coverage Simonton Warranty Coverage

Andersen offers the following standard warranty coverage: 

  • 20 years on glass
  • 10 years on operable parts
  • Labor is not included in warranty coverage - warranty not prorated


Simonton Windows has varying warranties depending on the product purchased. To see their warranties, visit their website.

Andersen vs. Simonton Product Lead Time

When ordering replacement windows, it's important to understand how quickly your product can be made available to you. In industry lingo, this is called lead time. Depending on the manufacturing process and distributor locations, this can vary. 

Andersen Simonton
4-8 week lead time 3-6 week lead time

Pricing Differences: Andersen vs. Simonton

After taking into account window custom size and shape, average window prices are competitive between the two vendors. 

Andersen Simonton
$$$-$$$$$ $$-$$$
The average cost of $750-$1,300+ per window The average cost of $400-$750+ per window
*Labor is not included

After seeing some of the product information side-by-side, we hope it's easier to make your decision. If you have any further questions or inquiries about product offerings, we'd love to help - give us a call!

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