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Anderson Windows Cost
Discover Anderson windows cost on all of their most popular series and models, including the 100 Fibrex, 200 and 400 Wood Series, their high end Architectural Series, Silverline and Eagle Window Series.
Anderson 100 Series Windows (Composite)
The 100 Series is a composite Fibrex frame that is sold to lots of builders and developers due its relatively low cost and nice looks. It was developed by Anderson in and around 2009 to compete with mid to high end vinyl windows. It does seem to be a nice looking window, but critics feel it offers only fair performance numbers for its somewhat high price tag.
Anderson 200 Series (Wood/Vinyl Clad)
The 200 Series is Anderson's low end wood clad window that has a wood interior and a vinyl cladding on the exterior. This window is a builder grade wood window that has okay performance numbers and functionality. It is available as either the Tilt-Wash or the NarrowLine. It isn't a bad wood window, but it is probably not the best bang for the buck from a consumer's point of view.
Anderson 400 Series (Wood/Vinyl Clad)
The 400 Series is Anderson's upgraded wood window and is perhaps the best value in the company's portfolio of windows. It has better craftsmanship and more options in terms of colors and sizing than the 200, along with some nice upgrades. Their are two options in this Series, the Woodwright and the Tilt Turn. Of the two, the Woodwright is considered the better option due it to use of the fibrex sash.
Anderson Architectural Series
The Architectural Series is Anderson's high end custom window line that is for a very discerning clientele. At this price tag, the company offers customers tons of exterior frame colors, upgrades, options for sizing, ordering etc. It is a beatiful window with a choice of oak, pine or maple wood interior and tons of energy efficient design features.
American Craftsman windows prices vary between $250 and $400 per window installed. This price is based on a normal size window. American Craftsman offers a host of different windows with the 9500 series being their most popular.
Eagle Windows (E- Series)
Eagle Windows are another company that was acquired by Silverline and sometimes referred to as their E-Series. The wood windows use an aluminum cladding on the exterior with some 50 colors to choose from (exterior frame colors can add quite a bit to per unit costs). They offer lots of custom options, including frame finishes, wood species, grids, sizing, hardware, etc. They are considered quite a well made, well designed window that looks good and comes at the higher end of the price spectrum.
Renewal By Anderson
Renewal by Anderson prices vary between $900 and $1,200 per double hung. This price is the installed price. These are considered expensive replacement windows and the prices are often referred to as inflated by industry professionals. RBA has a very mixed reputation, this is mostly based on the fact that they are a franchised company, and overall they do offer a good quality window.
Silverline was acquired by Anderson a number of years ago and is sold mainly through large home improvement stores. Their most recognized series is the 8500 double hungs that have only fair performance numbers, but with good installation is not a bad window. The 9500 Series is a slight upgrade and probably preferable for its slightly better features and frames. Homeowners would do well to avoid purchasing any models or series below this that are made for rentals and low end builder projects.
Transom windows sit above a normal window and are often thought of as more decorative than anything else. They can be used in bathrooms to provide ventilation and additional light into the room.