How Much Do Andersen 100 Series Windows Cost?

How Much Do Andersen 100 Series Windows Cost?

Planning a window replacement project can be overwhelming when you have a limited budget and can’t find pricing easily. We’re here to help. In this post, we’ll give you an idea of pricing for Andersen 100 Series Fibrex® windows in addition to answering:

What are Andersen 100 Series Windows Made of?

Andersen 100 Series windows are made of Andersen’s Fibrex® material. Fibrex® is a composite made with wood and vinyl fibers making it stronger and more energy-efficient than a traditional vinyl window. Unlike wood windows, Fibrex® windows aren’t susceptible to rot, decay, or fungal growth and the finish won’t flake, blister, peel, pit, or corrode. 

Fibrex®:

  • Is 40% wood fiber and 60% thermoplastic polymer
  • Blocks thermal transfer 700 times better than aluminum
  • Is twice as strong as vinyl
  • Retains its stability in all climates
  • Frames keep have minimal expansion keeping seals weather tight
  • Windows are maintenance-free and durable

Andersen 100 Series Fibrex® windows are a great choice for replacement window projects and also in new construction projects. They can be a bit more expensive than vinyl but for better performance and a cleaner finish, the cost is worth it to many homeowners. In addition to getting a quality product, it’s Andersen products are backed warranties and as the biggest name in the window and door industry, you can count on Andersen to be around if and when you need help. 

How Much Do Andersen 100 Series Windows Cost?

Fibrex® windows are competitively priced against vinyl windows. Below you’ll find pricing examples for popular Andersen window styles. Consider these prices starting points as you put together a budget for your replacement window project. Remember, window prices can vary depending on the vendor and the dealer you work with. 

Additionally, the unit price of windows will vary depending on size, color, hardware, or glass options as well as customizations such as grids or patterned glass. 

Cost of Andersen 100 Series Casement Windows

Series

Style

Material

Cost

Andersen 100-Series

Casement

Fibrex®

 $650

Specs: 100 Series Casement Window

  • Size: 36” x 60”
  • Hinge Side: Left
  • Color: White interior, White exterior
  • Glass Package: Dual Pane Low-E SmartSun

Cost of Andersen 100 Series Picture Windows

Series

Style

Material

Cost

Andersen 100-Series

Picture

Fibrex®

 $405

Specs: 100 Series Picture Window

  • Size: 36” x 60”
  • Sash: Fixed
  • Color: White interior, White exterior
  • Glass Package: Dual Pane Low-E SmartSun

Cost of Andersen 100 Series Single-Hung Windows

Series

Style

Material

Cost

Andersen 100-Series

Single-Hung

Fibrex®

 $455

Specs: 100 Series Single-Hung Window

  • Size: 36” x 60”
  • Sash Width: Equal
  • Color: White interior, White exterior
  • Glass Package: Dual Pane Low-E SmartSun
  • Insect Screen: Half-screen included

Andersen 100 Series Window Styles

Andersen 100 Series windows are available in six styles: Single-hung, picture, casement, awning, sliding, and specialty shapes. 

Andersen 100 Series Single-Hung Windows

Single-hung windows are a classic operating style with a fixed upper sash and operating lower sash. 

Andersen 100 Series Picture Windows

Picture windows are ideal for bringing in natural light in areas where you don’t want or need additional ventilation. 

Andersen 100 Series Casement Windows

Casements windows are a popular operating style in contemporary homes. Because this style opens out it doesn’t have a rail crossing the center of the glass-like hung and slider windows. 

Andersen 100 Series Awning Windows

Awning windows are similar to casement windows because they open outward but they are hinged along the top of the window instead of the side. These are often combined with large picture windows above. 

Andersen 100 Series Gliding Windows

Gliding windows are also called sliders. Sliding windows have an operable sash that moves left to right instead of up and down. 

Andersen 100 Series Specialty Shape Windows

Specialty shape windows are available in a dozen fixed shapes which allow you to customize the look of your walls and windows. 

Fibrex® windows are one of vinyl’s direct competitors offering more benefits at a competitive price point. One thing our customers love about Andersen’s 100 Series windows is that these windows are available with a black interior and black exterior. Many vinyl window manufacturers are beginning to offer dark window finishes but Andersen is already offering a dark black window with a warranty on the color of the finish. 

To learn more about Andersen’s windows visit our Andersen Windows pages or check out some of the related posts below.

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