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Anderson 400 Series Prices

Anderson 400 Series prices vary considerably and can cost between $600 and $900 per window installed. The 400 series is an upgrade from the 200 series. This window is vinyl exterior with a wood interior. The advantage is that the Anderson 400 comes with more variety in terms of the colors available, sizes and options available.

Do you have a question about Anderson window costs, features, warranties, options, etc. Email your questions to our site editor Bill and get the answers you need to make the best choice for your Anderson window project.

400 Series Options

There are two models available, the Tilt-Wash and the Woodwright. The Tilt-Wash has a Flexicron sash, but the sill is an improvement over the 200 series, where the Woodwright has a Fibrex sash, even though the frame and sill is exactly the same as the Tilt-Wash. The fibrex option is often seen as a better choice over the PPG Flexicron choice.

The Woodwright does have some disadvantages in that it is very limited when it comes to the color options available, though this particular series is often seen as a top choice for contractors when they have to choose an Anderson window.

Price Range - $800 - $1000 installed

Anderson 400 Series Cost

Hi Bill, my wife and I are building and have selected Anderson 400 series double hung windows. We have 9’ ceilings with 8’ doors on the first floor and our builder wants to install the windows at 8’ header. The windows themselves are approx 3’ wide and 5’9” long on the front and 5’1” long on the back. We feel there is too much space between the floor and window sill. Is there a transom size you could recommend that we could place above the double hung windows to resolve this issue? Thanks.

Jeff - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jeff, I would find your local Andersen rep to get the most up-to-date information available on windows, sizes, options, etc. While I know the products, my knowledge should pale in comparison to the Andersen reps who work day in and day out with the products. To find a local rep/company, do a google search for "Andersen windows in [your city, state]". This should bring up local companies who carry the brand. Call them up and get the info directly from the source.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021

Anderson 400 Series Windows Price

Dear Bill, We live on the Barnegat and get hammered by wind and salt air. We need really good windows.Three contractors told us we need new construction windows installed. We got a quote for 26 Anderson 400 series double hung and a slider for $32,000 not including installation. Was wondering if there is a Soft-lite equivalent.

Cindy - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Cindy, if you live on or near the coast, you may want to reconsider using a wood clad window. They don't hold up all that well long terms compared to a high end vinyl or fiberglass window. Having said that, the 400 series is probably the wood clad I would go with if you are committed to wood clad and you understand the disadvantages that real wood carries.

The Soft-Lite equivalent is the Elements series or the Imperial LS series. They can both be ordered in an interior wood laminate that does a decent job of recreating the look of wood. In NJ, I would concentrate on Soft-Lite, Ideal, and Okna. All of these brands should have dealers who service your zip code. I have also included my good and great list below. Hopefully your contractor can purchase from one of them.

[List redacted -- if you would like our list, please contact us directly.]

Bill - Site Editor - from 2021

Anderson 400 Window Replacement

We had our bay window replaced a year and a half ago with an Alside Mezzo. It has leaked numerous times since then so our contractor will be replacing it. He gave us following choices, another Alside Mezzo, a Slocomb 677 or Wincore 7700 for no additional cost or Andersen 400 for the extra $1350 that was quoted us at the time of contract. Can you please advise which is the better product of the first three. Thank you.

Ken - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Ken, so I wouldn’t stick another Alside Mezzo in there. The Slocomb 677 is a good window, but I might give the nod to the Wincore 7700. Not by much, and perhaps because I’m more familiar with that window. Either of these would be my choice over the Mezzo, which always feels a bit flimsy to me.

I tend to be very reticent about recommending wood clad windows like the Andersen 400. A good window to be sure, but wood clad is not going to be as energy efficient or long lasting as the vinyl options. If you like wood though...the 400 series is a nice wood window. I probably wouldn’t spend the extra $1350, unless you like the look of the Andersen and that’s worth the money to you.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2021

Andersen Woodwright 400 Series vs. Okna 600

Hello Tim, I reside in New England and need/want to replace fifteen twenty four year old windows and as you can imagine it is quite an undertaking.

I have received quotes for replacement windows from Andersen Woodwright 400 series, Renewal by Andersen and Okna 600.

I am leaning toward the non-wood option as I prefer a more maintenance free window.

Price is certainly top of mind as is a quality Window. How would you compare Okna 600 to the Renewal by Andersen?

Thank you in advance for your time.

Mike - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

I would absolutely go with the Okna 600 over the Renewal by Andersen: better made, better energy efficiency, and less expensive--by a lot. The Okna 600 is an awesome window. The Renewal is quite good as well, but so overpriced because of the name and the extensive marketing money they spend.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2020

Anderson 400 Series Pricing Question

Hi there, we have a 200 year old home in very good shape that has really old windows and needs to be replaced ASAP. We had a few quotes with different sales guys and they were a bit outrageous to replace all our 28 windows.

Pella 250 series was one of the best quotes we ever gotten so far for 31k installation included For the quality. However, I’m not sure if that is the right route to spend all this money in vinyl windows. If we can go lower with a great window I will take it!

Home Depot has sumenton for 21k

Andersen was 50k for fiber style forgot the name

We do need to replace our wood windows because they are drafty and old but should we really go with Pella? I read some of your reviews and it seems you would not recommend Pella but if is Pella is not a good options - what are other companies we should look for? We plan in spending somewhere on low 20s if possible.

One more questions - since we have wood windows and wants to stay in a good budge what other type of windows should we look at besides vinyl that is good quality and ok budge? Or vinyl should be okay in a 200 year old home?

Thank you so much

Natalia - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Natalia, the Pella 250 vinyl window is a decent mid range window. Pella has a good reputation for wood clad windows, but their vinyl windows are just okay. Paying over $1000 a window is not worth it for a mid range vinyl window. The Simonton 6500 series is equal to the Pella 250 so that's a much better deal.

The Andersen 400 series is probably worth $1000 a window, but obviously they are charging you much more than this. That's a lot of money to pay for a window.

I think you can do better, although I have no idea how much additional work is involved with the project. If this were mine, I would collect two or three more bids to see what else is out there. Here are my good and great lists.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2020

Anderson 400 Conversion Kit Cost

I'm replacing 27 windows outside of Philly. I currently have Anderson Narrowlines, but they need to be replaced. I know that Anderson makes a conversion kit for these. To replace I'm looking at $25K and the conversions would run around $25K. Any opinions on what I should do?

Monty - Homeowner - from 2017

Site Editor's Reply

Monty, I think there are two critical issues here. The first is how good or bad your window frames. If they are in decent shape and haven't sifted too much over time, then the conversion is an option.

The second factor is if the installer has significant experience doing conversions. They can be tricky and if the installer doesn't have the experience, I wouldn't take the chance.

Bill - Site Editor - from 2017

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