Andersen’s A-Series fiberglass composite windows are made of wood with a fiberglass and Fibrex® composite material exterior to resist water and seal out the elements. Whether you’re renovating your home or building from the ground up, they’ve got what you’re looking for.
When you choose Andersen, they not only provide you with high-performing, dependable products, they support them with exceptional service.
New windows can be a major investment, but if you choose wisely, you’re rewarded with better light, comfort, added security and energy efficiency. When it comes to making such an important decision, make sure you go with a brand you can trust.
The Benefits of Andersen Fiberglass Replacement Windows:
1. Energy-Saving Glass for Denver’s Climate
A-Series products have glass options that make them ENERGY STAR® v. 6.0 certified, which can help reduce your energy bills while helping to protect the environment.
2. Owner2Owner Limited Warranty
Most other window and door warranties end when a home is sold, but our coverage — 20 years on glass, 10 years on non-glass parts — transfers from each owner to the next. And because it is not prorated, the coverage offers full benefits, year after year, owner after owner.* So it adds real value when you decide to sell your home.
3. Rigorously Tested
A-Series products have been exposed to extremes, going from temperatures duplicating the cold of Alaska winters to the heat of Death Valley summers, three times a day, day after day. They came through it all beautifully.
4. Built For Years To Come*
A-Series windows and doors are built strong to last long.* We use the right materials in the right places, including solid wood, fiberglass and our own Fibrex® composite material. These give A-Series products superior strength, stability and long-term beauty.
5. Never Needs Painting
Exteriors won’t flake, rot, blister, peel, pit or corrode,* so they’re virtually maintenance free. Plus they hold their original vibrant colors.*
6. Keeps The Weather Out
With their weather-resistant seals, A-Series windows and doors can stand up to eight inches of rain per hour and hurricane-force winds.** Double-hung windows feature a dual-bulb seal, and casement windows use “refrigerator” style gaskets to help keep air and water out.
7. Interior Finishes
Choose from 6 interior wood species and a variety of factory stain and paint options to compliment any look.
8. Exterior Colors
With 11 different colors, you can mix and match sash, frame and trim to achieve hundreds of combinations.
Choose from these Andersen A Series fiberglass windows:
Andersen Fiberglass Double Hung Windows
A double-hung window has two vertically sliding sash (glass panels) in a single frame. Double-hung windows lift open while remaining flush with the wall, making them ideal around patios, decks and walkways. Both top and bottom sash tilt in for easy cleaning.
Andersen Fiberglass Awning Windows
Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward. They catch breezes from the left or right and are often used above, below or alongside stationary windows.
Andersen Fiberglass Casement Windows
Casement windows are hinged windows that open outward to the right or to the left. They’re common above kitchen sinks and give you the flexibility to group in stunning combinations.
Andersen Fiberglass Specialty Windows
Specialty windows are stationary (non-opening) windows characterized by their special shapes, including curves and dramatic angles. They can make a signature statement in your home or provide a delicate lighting accent.
Andersen Fiberglass Venting and Stationary Transom Windows
Venting transom windows are hinged at the top and open outward. They can be used in window combinations or placed above doors to let light and fresh air into a room while adding style and curb appeal. Stationary transom windows share all the characteristics of venting transom windows but do not open for ventilation.