ANDERSEN 200 SERIES WINDOWS
You'll find a rainbow of window frame colors with today's replacement windows, or leave the interior natural wood
You can expect your replacement windows to perform well for decades with little to no maintenance
The US EPA estimates that Connecticut homeowners can save up to $400 annually by replacing their windows
Premium window companies are so sure of their products that many offer lifetime warranties against manufacturer defects
200 SERIES WINDOWS BY ANDERSEN
Andersen's 200 Series replacement windows are made with vinyl exterior frame and natural wood exterior frames. These windows, the least expensive of the Andersen window lines, come in three styles--double-hung, picture and glider. You have your choice of white or sandstone exteriors and white or natural wood interiors.
Andersen replacement windows require very little maintenance. There's no need to repaint or restain them. You also don't have to worry about warping, rotting or insect damage. All you have to do to keep your exterior window frames looking sharp is to spray them with your garden hose periodically to remove debris.
THE WARMTH OF WOOD
Andersen 200 series windows have natural pine interior frames that give your rooms the warm, cozy feel that comes with natural wood. You can opt to leave the interiors unfinished so you can stain or paint them to match your decor or have them prefinished white at the factory.
Andersen 200 series windows are the most affordable of the Andersen window lines. However, they still come with the Andersen 115-year reputation for excellence and their generous limited lifetime warranty.
These windows come with a variety of glass options. You can opt for Low-E glass, Low-E glass with HeatLock technology, Low-E SmartSun glass and Low-E SmartSun glass with HeatLock technology.
Our service area spans the entire State of Connecticut, from Westport to Greenwich, from Norfolk to Putnam.
"Mike and his crew did a great job on the replacement windows he installed, the job was done quick, neat and clean. I would not hesitate to use them for any future needs. Thanks to Mike and his crew."