About Andersen 100 Series Single Hungs
Andersen's 100 Series windows provide the long-lasting performance, beauty and craftsmanship of Andersen at an excellent value. They are made of Andersen's exclusive Fibrex material, a composite material that is twice as strong as vinyl and won't fade, flake, blister or peel.
With four interior and six exterior color options and multiple grille styles, Andersen 100 Series windows can be customized to fit any architectural style, all while staying within your budget.
Andersen's 100 Series windows provide the long-lasting performance, beauty and craftsmanship of Andersen at an excellent value. The 100 series is a smart alternative to vinyl. The Fibrex material used by Andersen 100 Series is actually 2X more durable than vinyl!
Single Hung Window Advantages
Security. Since these windows only open in one direction, there’s fewer points of access to entry. This keeps your home and belongings safer.
Space. Single hungs can fit in tight spaces like hallways and bathrooms with ease. Cross breezes and sunlight can enter any space in your home without loss of square footage.
Cost. Simply put, it’s the most affordable window style on the market due to fewer moving parts. They are typically cheaper than their double hung alternative.
Versatility. While they are a basic window with only one moving sash, single hung windows offer many options when it comes to style, wood, trim, shape, and finishing options.
Andersen Single Hung Window FAQs
What’s the Andersen 100 Series warranty?
You can sleep easy when you purchase a set of Andersen windows as they offer some of the best warranties in the industry. These warranties are even transferable to new homeowners.
What are the cost savings of installing energy-efficient windows?
This varies depending on your location, window features, and climate. Look for the Energy Star certification to know that your windows meet the requirements to be called energy-efficient.
Andersen Windows 100 Series Single Hung Pricing
This window is typically installed for around $600. A “standard” window in this instance is standard size, white color, Low-E glass, and no gridlines.