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Andersen Windows Costs And Quotes

Explore Andersen window costs and prices on their 100 series, 200 series, 400 series, as well as American Craftsman and Silverline windows. Andersen window costs will usually be at the higher end of the cost spectrum for a number of reasons. The first is that they have one of the most recognizable names in the industry and therefore they can charge a premium for the distinction. The company generally focuses on wood interior windows, which are simply more expensive by nature.

They do make the 100 series composite fibrex window, which is a good window, but I think often a bit overpriced for what you are getting. (However, compare the 100 series to the Renewal By Andersen price bids -- more or less the same exact window -- and the 100 series starts looking like an amazing bargain). The Andersen 400 series is the best window they make and although it's pricey, it's a well made and pretty wood window.

Andersen entered into the vinyl window market with Silverline and American Craftsman, but these two companies make low quality windows and not ones that are going to offer low term value to the consumer. Basically, forget Andersen for vinyl and consider Andersen for what they do best, which is make an expensive but very nice wood clad window.

Dan K. - Site Editor

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Andersen 100 Windows Prices



Andersen 100 Pricing

We live near Kansas City and want one archtopped window and four double hung windows. I have three options so far: Andersen 100, Simonton 6500, and the VinylMax Newton.

Simonton 6500 Model: $3,880

Andersen 100 Model: $5,115

VinylMax Newton Model: $3,530

Will - January, 2019

Site Editor's Response

Will, I'm not sure that the Andersen 100 is worth the extra money. I'd go with the Vinylmax Newton myself, I think that model is quite solid.

Dan K. - January, 2019


Andersen 100 Costs

Thank you so much for your feedback, Tim. I agree! I read on your site that Home Depot offers Anderson 100 windows and if I find a builder who is willing to install them - would that be a preferable option to Okna, Soft-Lite and the others? Or should I stay away from Anderson 100's altogether.

I'd appreciate your thoughts - but am definitely taking your advise. A local building company is coming by tomorrow for measurements. They said they would install any window that I choose - whether I buy them - or they supply them. Many thanks!

Linda - April, 2016

Site Editor's Response

I like the Andersen 100 window and they will be MUCH MUCH less expensive than a Renewal you can get one for maybe $350 at Home Depot with a nice low-e glass. You should also find a GOOD local installer and yes you will have a good window installed for let's say $500 per window (there may be installation issues so this may affect the price you would pay of course).

The Andersen 100 window is close to as good as the mid range options for the Okna, Soft-Lite and Sunrise for example. I would think they would be a bit more, perhaps in the $500 to $600 range, but you know where you purchased from, they usually come with a labor warranty for 1 to 2 years etc.

These company's premium models are definitely better than the Andersen 100 window, but will be an additional 20% to 30% in cost.

Dan K. - April, 2016


Andersen 100 Series Pricing

I have gotten 3 bids so far and can't seem to figure out which is the best one. I have a good size project, 40 double hung windows, where some of them are good sized and more or less complicated in their layout.

First Bid: Vytex 3300 Series - Cost $37,000

Second Bid: Simonton 5500 Series - Cost $43,000

Third Bid: Andersen 100 Windows - Cost $50,000

Linda - September, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Linda, I'm going to assume that the Vytex 3000 window is their mid range window, although I've never heard of this one specifically. Obviously, it's the lowest bid and it sounds like this is a decent option. In general, the Vytex will be a slightly lower quality than the 5500 or the 100 Series windows.

The 5500 is a good window, one of the better series that Simonton makes and probably a better option than the Vytex in my opinion.

I definitely like the Andersen 100 Series and find the window quite appealing its its look and feel. I don't think you are going to get more in terms of performance out of the 100 than the 5500 so the added cost would be your own personal taste as opposed to overall quality or durability. But again I think the Anderson 100 series window is one of the nicest looking windows on the market.

Dan K. - September, 2016








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Anderson 200 Windows Costs



Anderson 200 Cost Bid

We need to replace 14 of them in half sliders and half double hungs.

Renewal By Andersen: $33,000
Andersen 200: $25,000
Sunrise Vanguard: $18,000
Simonton VantagePointe: $16,000
I'm leaning towards the Sunrise Vanguard because it seemed like a nice window and it gave us the best bang for your buck. I'm curious to get your opinion.

Steve - January, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Steve, I completely agree with you on the Vanguard in this group of bids. The Renewal is just way to high. The Andersen 200 wood window is decent but also very expensive at the current bid. I'm assuming you have lots of installation work to tackle in your project if the bids are all over $1000 per window.

The Sunrise Vanguard is an excellent window; in fact, it's the best of the bunch in your current group. I'd see if I could get the Sunrise dealer to match the Simonton bid and then pull the trigger on the Sunrise.

Dan K. - January, 2018








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Anderson 400 Windows Costs



Anderson 400 Woodwright Prices

We have 20 windows to replace and have a number of bids that vary widely. I'm trying to make sense of what we have. I'm looking are good energy efficiency and want all double hung windows. The prices include both windows and the installation costs.

Okna 800 (EnviroStar 800 window): $12,000

BFRich (Cabernet Window): $13,000

Global Tech (Gtech 12 window): $16,000

Andersen (400 Woodrite window): $33,000

Andersen by Renewal: $36,000

Judy - October, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Judy, both the Renewal and Andersen bid seem too high to me. I've never heard of Global Tech so I'm going to throw them out at the outset. BFRich makes a pretty decent window, but it can't hold a torch to the Okna 800 vinyl window.

The Okna 800 is an excellent performer, one of the very best in the business. If you did want the interior laminates that look like wood but don't require any maintenance or upkeep, these will add to the cost, but give you a great way to mimic the look of wood, with the expense and hassle. The $12,000 is an excellent price, I would jump on that quick.

Dan K. - October, 2016


Andersen 400 Windows Costs

My contractor seems to have gottenan awesome price on the Andersen 400 double hung window. He's getting it for $580. The other option I have is the Sunrise window and I can get this for $570. The reason I'm leaning towards the Andersen is that I have stained oak trim inside my house and I could stain the Andersen wood windows and I feel like they would look great. I'm assuming that the energy efficiency of the Anderson is worse, and the warranty, but now I'm confused.

Daniel - April, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Daniel, you have quite a dilemma, although it seems to me to be a good one. The price you have on the Sunrise is good, very fair from the sound of it. The price you have on the Andersen 400 series is fantastic. If it's important to you to have the interior trim of the window match the trim inside your house, I say go with the 400 series. It's a great window.

Dan K. - April, 2016








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General Anderson Windows Costs



Andersen Double Paned Windows Pricing

Buying windows isn't easy...! I've gotten a couple of quotes that seem high relative the offers I see online. The better of my quotes is for 10 windows (sized 33x56 or smaller). The quote is for roughly $774 per window for Sunrise Verde double pane, which equates to about $7700. Two of the windows (Slightly smaller) have tempered glass that brings them up the the same price. This quote is $2500 cheaper than the quote I got forAnderson windows, which is what makes it seem good; however, seeing other comments on this site has me questioning this as well.

I was told one of the reasons for a higher price on on other quotes is that windows (such as Pella) require a total tear out to the studs. What does this mean they are doing if they aren't doing this? Am I going to end up with smaller windows - or at least glass area? I feel like I'm not asking the contractors some critical questions....

$7700 for 10 vinyl windows - is this out of line? (Indiana area)

Thanks!

Brad - August, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Brad, $774 per window for the Sunrise Verde is on the high side, but not that high, especially if they are doing full replacements. The other option is a retrofit where they cut out the window without taking any of the surrounding material out. This is the cheaper way to do it, but not always the best. The other downside as you correctly point out is that a retrofit means losing some glass area. It's not always a lot, but it can make a difference.

The full replacement can be quite expensive to do depending on what materials your home has. For instance, my house has stucco on the outside, so doing a full replacement means taking 8 inches of the existing stucco out where the original nailing fin is located. This means once they put the replacement windows in, they have to patch and paint all the stucco (which is very difficult to blend the stucco well, oftentimes you have to combine this with painting the stucco on the whole house). This is one reason why you want to do your replacement windows once and do it well.

Get a couple more bids from local companies who sell brands like Okna, Soft-Lite, Polaris, Milgard, Amerimax, or even a Vytex windows. Then go back to the Sunrise dealer and use one of the bids and say that if he can come close to this lower bid, you're all set to sign the work order. The additional bids will also give you a better sense of what the different companies think is your best approach to the install method.

Dan K. - June, 2017









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