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Anderson 100 Series Reviews
"I've installed a number of the 100 Series Composite (they call it fibrex) and am not necessarily overly impressed for the price. They seem comparable to a mid grade vinyl window, but they are priced like a top of the line vinyl or lower end fiberglass frame. They can be painted so that is a nice feature for homeowners trying to match the window to the exterior house color. I think if it were my house I would buy a good vinyl window and be done with it."
Brad - Contractor - 2010
Anderson 200 Series Reviews
"One of the best options out there for a vinyl clad is the Andersen 200 Series. The difference between the two comes down to the options. The 200 has less options on sizes, colors, grids, hardware etc. but you will save on cost. The 200 is their builder grade, but I think it's a good wood window for most homes. Installation is always going to be key here; a good install and you will be fine, get shoddy installation that isn't square and plumb and no window will perform like it should."
Jim - Installer - 2012
Anderson 400 Series Reviews
"I think the Anderson 400 Series is a great window (but expensive) - the nice thing is that it can be ordered as either a Tilt Wash or in the Woodwright. The Tilt Wash is less expensive, has lots of customization and has the great tilt feature. The Woodwright is better looking in my opinion, costs more and has really clean looking jambs. I think the 400 Series is probably the best Anderson wood window in terms of value and looks."
Steven - Homeowner - 2009
Anderson A-Series Windows Reviews
When we replaced the windows in our home recently, we were set on Marvin's. Then we were told about the Anderson A Series and ended up going with them instead. Our local distributor offers the Marvin's and Anderson and doesn't have any problems with either window. We liked the exterior design of the Anderson A Series, which was what made the decision for us.
"I feel the American Craftsman windows are a good option when it comes to rental properties, but I would never recommend these to anyone who will be living in the property for an extended period. They are manufactured on minimum requirements and they use really cheap materials, overall the reviews I have read have been really poor."
Eagle Windows Reviews
"Eagle windows are great when you have a strong color preference. They have an extruded aluminum exterior, 50 basic colors plus other in the anodized and custom lines. They also have a lot of different finishes and different wood options, custom grids, and tons of other options. When you have specific requests like that Eagle is the way to go."
Todd - General Contractor - 2011
Renewal By Anderson Reviews
"The problem with Renewal By Anderson is they are franchised. You don't really deal with Andersen, so you don't know what kind of service you're going to get. Sometimes, a franchisee is good cause they're smaller and really connect with customers, but a lot of them don't really care. They bought the name and the reputation that goes with it, and don't really follow up with customer service. The window quality is good. They have vinyl and wood windows, and do a lot of custom work. The pricing is inconsistent, though."
Stewart - Contractor - 2012
Silverline Windows Reviews
I do like the Silverline windows and was wondering what part of these windows would be considered as substandard. They seem to have a good glass package with low e glass and an argon fill. What are the mechanical side of these windows like?