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Carol Stephenson Comrack
· January 8, 2018
I wrote a scathing review of our A-Series windows from Anderson back in mid-November on Consumer Affairs. This is an updated review.
It has become amusing to wake up every day and have to wipe the c...ondensation from our expensive three-year-old windows. Now I am further annoyed that we have ice forming on the them. Ice to make sure you read right. We have been told repeatedly that humidity is the issue that causes condensation. Today I took pictures of the temperature and humidity in front of the window that had condensation and ice on it. The humidity was 32 percent. How does that create condensation. Am I missing something. 32 percent falls well into Anderson’s million dollar website explanation about humidity control. I have even looked at other window manufacturers website and there is nothing about humidity on their site. Does that mean Anderson has a built-in excuse for their terrible product. Where is the explanation for ice? Ice on my damn windows! I have not seen Ice since I had single pane windows as a kid. I cannot believe Andersen can still sell these windows to the public. See More
Chris Wantuch
· February 2, 2018
Anderson bought Silverline windows some time ago. Silverline windows are a really crappy product that should not be offered anywhere that the temperature is below freezing. That said, the warranty is ...for a lifetime but you have to pay the labor to have the windows installed. I got a quote for $1200 back in November and the quote is only good for 30 days. With life and the holidays, I was not able to secure the work so called back for a new quote. We removed five windows from the quote(moving parts, I can replace) and the price went up to $1990. That is a 63% increase in the labor to install five fewer windows. Seems Anderson realizes that they bought an inferior product with a great warranty and are trying desperately to make sure that they don't absorb the cost of this decision. May be good for the owners, but kind of leaves a sour taste in my mouth. See More
Nick Puleo
· January 18, 2018
I did a special order of 27 new windows. All had at least one defect that required repair. One didn't make it in the shipment at all. You sent about 1/2 of the hardware needed to install the windows. ...And one window had to be returned not once, but twice because of factory defects. The poor craftsmanship and apparent lack of quality control is really surprising for a company that touts its quality products (and charges a prices to reflect those claims). I would discourage anyone from buying your products based on my experience.#buyerbeware See More
Kristen Kieft
· December 21, 2017
Silverline sliding door is less than a year old. Water leaks into the interior track. Called customer service twice. Was told this is how the door was designed and there’s nothing they will do. They s...aid the water should flow out through weep holes. I pointed out that the design is flawed. The water will only flow out of the weep hole if the water reaches the weep hole. They said if it doesn’t reach the weep than the water will just “dry up”. This also creates an environment to breed mold/mildew which my family has a documented allergy to. They still said there is nothing they will do. If anyone has had a similar experience please PM me. See More
Patrick Fallon
· February 4, 2018
I thought Andersen was a company that stood behind their products, but apparently they do not. I just called their customer service because a gust of wind caught my four month old storm door as I was ...opening it and the closer separated in two. Now it's not like the wind was so strong it caused something to bend or break. The cylindrical part that attaches to the door separated from the rest of the cylinder. Either this part is poorly specced, or it was defective. This wasn't anything but the normal forces a storm door would be subjected to.

When I called to put in a warranty claim I was told that Andersen doesn't warranty against the weather and the only thing they could do was offer me a 50% discount on the part. Well I'd imagine the part costs around fifty dollars so for twenty-five dollars Andersen has lost a customer and I will certainly be advising others to steer clear of Andersen as well.
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Robb Christensen
· March 3, 2018
I am going to be submitting a harassment claim into the Better Business Bureau on the Renewal By Anderson here in Rochester, NY. On 4 occasions I have told them not to call or send people by my house.... Yesterday I had, once again, a sales rep ring my door after a few days prior telling the guy on the phone not to send anyone around or call my phone again. Today, I had another Renewal By Anderson "sales manager" calling my phone in which I told him to remove my name and never call....for the 4th or 5th time. After I hung up the phone, he called back to ask why I hung up and if I had made the request to have my information removed before. It has made me furious. I will NEVER purchase from Anderson ever again and will make sure that my friends and family never do either. See More
Stacee Watson Lukachek
· December 27, 2017
Anyone have “top of the line “ Andersen 400 windows in a brand new house that are as horrible as ours ? Many of them sweat when the temp drops below freezing. Two of our windows look like it’s snowed... in them last night because the seal is so horrible. We have taken photo after photo and reached out to Andersen. A rep came out a few weeks ago and of course it was on a day when the temp didn’t drop so he didn’t get to see the issue in full effect. We keep addressing this issue with them but they continue to blow us off. When we built our house we did research on windows and went with what we thought would be excellent quality and performance. Of course “high quality” comes with a price tag so we budgeted around being able to afford the “best”...... yea right! We have been very disappointed in the quality of these Andersen 400 windows and even more disappointed in the lack of care and service.
We have had nothing but problems from the beginning. 2 months after we moved in we got a heavy rain and Josie’s window was leaking. We finally got them to come out and fix it and they screwed up the window trim. A year later we finally got them to come out and fix the window trim and now it needs to be re-painted. They have done nothing!
So if you have any ideas on how to get some more serious action from Andersen, please let me know and if you are in the market for new windows let me STRONGLY Discourage going with the Andersen Brand. #highqualityithinknot #andersenisawful #horriblecustomerservice #fedup #aisforawfulnotandersen #neveragain #dontmakethesamemistakethatwedid
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Thomas E McEvoy
· January 22, 2018
15 years ago we converted our one car garage into a beautiful family room,
And had a Anderson Double Door with Side Windows installed.
Six months after the work was finished we noticed moisture coming... in the bottom of the door and the Side Windows.
We called our Contractor and he called Anderson too look at the problem.
After approximately a year of phone calls and pleading with them,, they would not warranty the door.
So here we are today January 21,2018.
And now we have Mold at the bottom of the door and windows, how Disgusting it is.
I will NEVER have another Anderson Door or Window installed in my house and definitely not in our new house that we are going to have built.
Pictures to follow.
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Annette Christensen
· February 19, 2018
Bought a screen door within one year i have had to replace now 3 things on this door and the company is tellin me that it is not a defect and not covered by warranty. The door will not stay on it’s Thank you for making such a poor quality door. Company just wants your money and does not care if the door falls apart. See More
Eileen Stanley
· January 5, 2018
Don’t buy Anderson 400 series windows and sliding glass doors. The cold comes right through them and has since they were installed. Always having problems with the door. The latch wears out constantl...y. Guess they think people don’t open their sliding glass doors enough to make these latches heavy duty, instead of out of pot metal! The window trim cracks from the heat of the sun. They didn’t even hold up for 5 years! Going on 14 years now of dissatisfaction! � See More
Justin Miller
· October 12, 2017
We have a broken double pane window in our home, plus some other windows that have had seal failures over the years, so when we ran into a lady at a local store offering free estimates we figured it w...ould not hurt to have someone stop by and let us know what it would cost to get them replaced so we could start budgeting for eight new windows.
The salesman showed up at the scheduled time and went through his entire lengthy sales pitch to build value in switching to their new FibreX windows. He went through and counted and measured every window in the house and after concluding his presentation on how great this upgraded window was, it was time for his close.
We had an estimate placed in front of us for over half of our annual income with a high interest rate and high monthly payment attached. When we expressed we were not spending that much money, he did his whole "If I could, would you" tactic by cleverly, but clearly, adjusting only the rate and term to make it appear he was doing us a favor, but kept the entire home estimate. We let him know the windows sounded great and all, but we were not prepared to spend that much money and we only wanted an estimate on replacing our broken and cloudy windows. He bridged that asking us if we saw the value in the FibreX. Of course we do, but it's still way more money than we will be spending on windows! I asked him for an estimate on what replacing just the ones that needed replaced would be, or to do the FibreX upgrade in a three-phase process to eventually get the entire home converted, and our response was that it would cost more money to have to do the job in more than one visit, and that he could save us more money by doing the entire job at once, so we just needed to do the whole house. That may be the case, but we were still not having our initial concern addressed!
At this point, my wife was offended by this fast-talking salesman who was clearly not going to help us get the answer we wanted and flat out told him "Look, we're not signing anything today! You can call your boss and get this approved, but we told you at the beginning we were just looking for an estimate, and we're not getting that."
After that, he quickly began packing up his props, and was saying his goodbyes after he had walked out the door and was walking toward his car.
Thank you for the disrespectful exit from my home and wasting an hour of my time on a Sunday. After all of that I still do not know what it costs to replace my window. The only useful piece of information I have gained is that I know I will not be using Andersen when it comes time to replace my windows.
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Matt Davis
· October 31, 2017
Unfortunately this is not directed at Anderson as a whole but the sub vendor silverline. I have an Anderson slider and storm door which I love and would give a 5 star review. However my home has serie...s 1000 windows by silverline whom are associated with Anderson. The house was built in 99 don't know who/when windows were installed as I bought the house in 2012. All silverline windows have bad seals and cause condensation on the inside of house pane. The condensation is around all of the seals and the entire length of the handle which is the whole width of the window. Due to the association I will be seeking replacements thru a different vendor as I don't want to do business with a company who will not stand by and make right the defects of their product especially when it has been less that 20 years on the windows. I get if it was a latch or a lock but the windows are not performing as designed based on craftsmanship and not on normal expectations for said product. See More
Joseph Tirserio
· December 12, 2017
This is a little rant about Andersen storm doors we installed last year. I called them because mine is leaking air all the way around they said there's nothing they can do in cold weather with their ...storm doors they do not support this problem when I tried to post a bad review on Anderson's web page it says it cannot accept this at this time try again later I guess Anderson windows and doors doesn't like bad reviews hitting their website only good reviews I love my replacement by Andersen Windows but I won't give you $0.10 for the $350 storm door I bought big mistake. So anyone going to Home Depot or Lowe's to buy the 3000 Series door don't waste your money thank you for reading my rant See More
Andrea 'Brown' Peery
· October 22, 2017
So disappointed in the customer service we received. Thanks to a manufacturer defect in a window our entire dining room wall is destroyed (studs, insulation, subfloor and obviously drywall and carpet...). We are having to completely tear off one wall of our house to fix the damage from their leaky sill. And it wasn't the installation - The windows we have, have been proven defective and they've been sued for them (copy (saynotovinyl.) plus (com/andersen-windows-facing-class-action-lawsuit-over-problems-with-windows-2/). Andersen's offer to "make it right" - we can buy a new frame which is 3 thin pieces of wood (no window/glass included) for $350 or we can buy a new one with everything for $375. You've got to be kidding me! I have thousands of dollars in damage and they want to make me buy more of their products instead of replacing their defective junk? We didn't even ask for them to cover the damages caused by their mess, just a new window to make it right. No help at all, we're on our own. We have 26 windows and a patio door in our home and they just lost our future business. See More
Celine Fowler Whitaker
· December 29, 2017
Do NOT buy Andersen windows! Bought six windows, one came with a 6 inch scratch in the middle of the bottom pane. Took over 7 weeks to get it replaced. Screens were so loose they won't stay hooked & can see light all the way around them, so bugs are getting in! Was told, those are the screens that fit those windows. The company that sold us the windows sent a guy out to look, measure & take pictures of the screens and he said they didn't fit right. Andersens solution is to put a rubber seal all the way around them. If they were supposed to have a seal around them they would have come with a seal when we bought them. These are defective windows! I bought windows expecting to be able to open them come spring without having the screens fall out & bugs in the house. We have condensation on all six windows, not on any other windows in our home. Their patent answer is, to much humidity in our house. I don't think so. Customer service finds every excuse they can not to make things right. I repeat, DO NOT BUY ANDERSEN WINDOWS! See More
Lyn Ashby
· October 6, 2017
The biggest waste of my time ever.

We purchased a house recently fitted out with all Andersen Windows. The window above the sliding door had split around the edges and was leaking. Also, ALL the win...ders on the casement windows were not closing properly, 24 in total.

Our contractor said that he believed Anderson had lifetime warranty and I should contact them even though the widows were nearly 25 years old and the door was 13 years old. I had no idea what to expect so called to find out. That was the beginning of my nightmare.

Contact 1 - I was told that the windows went in in 1992 and he didn't think they were covered but would see what he could do. The door went in in 2004 so he thought they would be able to do something and he asked for all the details for the windows to see what he could do. I spent 3/4 of an hour on the phone with him and after doing measurements, finding codes and taking photos. I emailed all the information within 15 minutes of our call. I got no reply
Contact 2 - After getting no response I emailed again five days later. I got no reply.
Contact 3 - I called and got a woman who seemed quite positive and got me to re send the photos and take more photos and measurements and email them which I did within a couple of hours.
Contact 4 - I called back and got another woman who asked me to hold while she checked. After several minutes on hold I got cut off.
Contact 5 - I called back and got yet another woman, more time on hold while she checked it out then she said she would put me through to a supervisor. More time on hold. When I finally got put through to a supervisor she basically said they wouldn't do anything except sell me more parts.

What an obscene waste of my time. Why couldn't anyone at any point have just said screw you we won't do anything, which is essentially what the supervisor said but in different words?
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John Lehman
· January 7, 2018
Had a window with moister between pains of glass. Called numerous times with measurements. Finally said can we just get a contractor out to measure to make sure it’s right. Yup. Sent one out. Ok fine ...window comes in they come to install wrong size window? Can you believe it? But NOT ONCE BUT 3 TIMES!! Now they say oh that contractor he and the company went separate ways we will get this window taken care of. We will have a rep out right away. Ok trying to get time set up the rep has to reschedule so then when he shows up yup 6-8 weeks to get it. Ok fine. Now 4 months later still no window and the inside trim is off. Now this has been going on a year next month!! A year for one window replacement!! Seriously. WTH! Beyond frustrating it’s not a small window that is in a bedroom you don’t see much it’s our front window in our living room. See More
James Maxton
· February 14, 2018
Might as well go buy a different brand of window if you need parts like the window operator for older casement windows, some are almost 200 dollars, I think the ones I need are 75 dollars but that is ...still 150 dollars for both sides of one window.... That is ridicules . See More
Seth Lincoln
· September 26, 2017
We replaced 17 windows in our home. Unfortunately our contractor purchased the windows through an Andersen distributor, Viola Brothers in NJ. The grids for 5 of the windows were warped. Our contrac...tor ordered 4 replacements but forgot the 5th. The contractor then walked off the job leaving several things unfinished including the last grid replacement. I tried repeatedly to get the replacement through Andersen directly but they refuse to stand by their product when it is ordered through a distributor. I have been calling Viola Brothers for almost a year now and since they are friends with the incompetent contractor they have been less then helpful. In fact, they have been downright nasty accusing me of lying and defending their friend instead of supporting a dissatisfied Andersen (who they represent) customer. Because the windows were ordered through the distributor, Andersen claims they cannot even look up the parts needed using the Product ID number on the window!! This is the most backwards company I have ever done business with. Andersen tells me if I used them for the installation there would be no issues. Way to go punishing the consumer for not knowing there was a difference between ordering your product directly or through an authorized distributor. Needless to say, I have finished almost all of the work that was left undone myself. One of the only things left is this darn window grid which neither Andersen or their authorized distributor will help with. See More
Andrew Hornung
· September 19, 2017
As a contractor, I have always recommended Andersen windows.
Just recently, I installed 6, 400 series
units in a customers house. ...
These units required the wood snap in grilles. I primed and painted prior to installation.
One of the grilles had some trouble staying in but I was eventually able to get it to snap in, the same way I have done hundreds of times before.
A few days later, I was advised that 3 of the grilles wouldn't stay in and kept popping out. When I returned to get my final payment, I figured I would show the customer how to reinstall the grilles using the glossy instillation tag provided.
To my surprise, I too was unable to get them to snap in either. They kept popping out. The only thing I was able to accomplish was boogering up the sash area where they should clip.
Upon further inspection, the three grilles were bowed out. Holding them on a straight surface showed them deflected at over 3/8".
No wonder they wouldn't stay in.
I called my supplier whom advised I call Andersen service, which I did.
After waiting for over 12 min, I spoke with a rep, explained the situation and asked for them to please send 3 new grilles.
She advised that protocol was for me to first lay the grilles on a flat surface under some weight for a "week or so".
If that didn't work, then call them again.
On this particular job I spent over $2800 bucks on windows, grilles and screens.
In my opinion, a proper customer service response would've been to send out 60 bucks in grilles to keep a loyal customer satisfied.
But what do I know?
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Jill Sanford Longhenry
· November 25, 2017
We will never buy another Anderson product again. We bought a storm door for our new home and the quality was TERRIBLE. It would never shut correctly and now both hinges are defective and the door is ...unusable. We called their customer service and they were completely rude and said it must have been that the door was installed incorrectly. The woman can apparently determine that it's the installation over the phone without looking at anything. My husband and dad installed the door and my dad has installed numerous Anderson doors over the years. It was NOT the installation. My dad said he can't believe how much worse the quality of this door is compared to doors he's bought in the past from Anderson. The customer service rep said we'll have to buy new hinges and screws since the screws are stripped from the brick molding. She initially said she'd send us screws and then said we should go to the hardware store ourselves. Sheesh. So nothing is being done by the manufacturer to help replace their faulty parts and they blamed the consumer who counted on a quality product that we paid $400 for. Better yet this is our new home and it's a new build, so we drilled into out new door frame to install a door that is completely useless. So BEYOND disappointed. See More
Tamara Martinez
· January 2, 2018
Purchased a storm door from Home Depot on October 2017.On A very windy Day it took me and door Which I had ahold of,Which caused damage.I have gone through Home Depot and Anderson co. Neither one of t...hese co. Will help.Door only 3 mo. Installed. It's terrible as a customer They will not back or replace their Product. Want People too know How they treat their Customers. See More
Thomas Yorgen
· October 4, 2017
Spent $1,000.00 on a 400 series slider. Ordered White Outside and unfinished on the inside so we could stain it to make the wood trim around the walls and hardwood floors. What does andersen send us... a White outside and a sandstone color on the inside . WTF. We order white They answer is We know better then you on design colors. your going to stain it & we think that grey/sandtone liner will go better with a stain. Too bad for you. Your stuck with it See More
Kevin Delrosario
· December 12, 2017
I wasn't going to say anything at first, however...
I'm bothered by the inconsideration for the property at my grandmothers house.
She had a rather expensive blind, and curtains in the room where the windows were installed.

Attachments to these were missing. These pieces were necessary to hold up the blind. When I came back the brackets were gone and a cap for the curtain rod was also missing. These blinds have a unique bracket that needs to be installed in order for me to hang them.

I tried to find new brackets to no avail. If I would have been able to find new ones I would've installed them and forgot about the whole thing, but apparently these brackets aren't easy to come by.

I'm disappointed because of the carelessness with other people's property. It's situations like this that ruin businesses . Take pride in your work- what's left of it.

I also should have kept a better eye on the laborers, even though I shouldn't have to. They finished quick, but I definitely cannot say it was a job well done.

I am I n the Hartford Connecticut area, I don't know what it's like everywhere else but the laborers over here are terrible. You'll see, go ahead and get your windows done.
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Ernesto Quintanilha
· February 14, 2018
Purchased and installed an Andersen storm door 1.5 years ago. After 15 months, the push-buttom close start make a loud clank. Call Cust Service and I have to diagnose the problem for 30 minutes. Got ...pissed off and hung-up. Had a Pella for 10+ years no problems. Take your door and shove it, I will not be a repeat customer. See More
Michele Kay
· March 7, 2018
After dealing with mold issues. Called the company. They could care less. Was on the phone with them an hour and half to have them tell me it. It’s an act of god and it would cost me over a grand to r...eplace them. I would love to get people together and put a lawsuit out there. There have been many! See More
Brian Little
· February 25, 2018
Zero service after the sale. I have called twice about a problem. In addition to both reps that I spoke to giving me complete opposite information from the other one, in each case they told me that th...e "specialist" I needed to speak to was with another caller but that they would call me back within 24 hours. I called aback 72 hours after the first call and it's now been eight days since the second call I made. If you're looking for service you'll need to look elsewhere. Based on this experience I would not ever spend money with #Andersonwindows again. See More
Danny Bays
· January 30, 2018
I haven’t had any dealings with these people but they keep sending me emails even though I have inscribed countless times. I have called them and they said I was removed from the mailing list but I st...ill get the emails. In my area there is no Anderson Windows. Please stop with the emails. See More
Rob Driscoll
· November 7, 2017
We purchased a home with Anderson windows and doors. Three french doors, Two large sitting bay windows, Fifteen casement windows. Problems with all the french door handles, broken cranks.... and Ander...son service. Called Anderson numerous times, referred to Standard Lumber, no solutions and it's been four months and many calls. I will never buy Anderson again. Extremely disappointed. See More
Leah Porfido Caracino
· September 25, 2017
I used to think Andersen meant quality in windows and customer service but dealing with your company recently has been anything but!!! We ordered thousands of dollars in windows and added on custom wi...ndow trim. 3 times we are sent the WRONG trim or it was broken and each time you sent a replacement you took your damn time (3 weeks each time you F*cked up). 14 weeks later and we are still waiting for the trim!!!! It arrived today and was broken in 3 places. Thanks Andersen for not giving a shit about your customers. We are home owners building our own house and don't need this aggravation. Its costing us money and holding everyone up. Our house has been sitting in tyvek for months waiting for this trim piece. Way to go! NOT HAPPY and NOT recommending you. See More
Stephanie Rea Copple
· October 19, 2017
90K?!? Who in God’s green earth would pay that kind of money for Windows? Not, i and considering they don’t budge on their pricing. Good luck! I am still in shock that a company can be okay with cha...rging that amount for Windows when all of their competitors are 30-60% cheaper. You should check your competitors See More
Dave Weirich
· January 14, 2018
Not impressed at all emailed them was told to call then they stopped replying to emails.. My entire house is done with Andersen windows and 2 sets of French doors, 1 set that was never adjusted when installed. I'm looking into replacing all my Andersen with something that has better customer service and cheaper parts to repair.. See More
Evangelina Joyce
· January 26, 2018
After talking to a contractor friend he said these replacement windows are the biggest scam out there.
I had someone come out from Anderson ..he spent 15 minutes ..enough time to give me a $15,000 for 8 small windows. My contractor said windows should be between $300-$500 depending on their size ..he estimated my widows could be replaced for about $3400 ..anything more is a scam! See More
Flame Bilyué
· October 24, 2017
So far so good. I was thrilled to order Anderson Windows. The salesman was pleasant. Didn't give us s hard sale. I was happy with the financing options. The install date was postponed due to weather. ...We were upset by this since our home is also our Guesthouse business.

Today installation happened smoothly. I liked the crew. The windows look and operate great. I'll have to review again after we've used them for a while.
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Kurt Wakefield
· February 27, 2018
Customer service is almost non-existent, call center personal cannot be understood. Parts missing from installation kit...could not get ANY help...returning product for refund and going with a differe...nt brand. (Wish I had stopped here first to read the dismal reviews, could have saved a lot of time/hassle) See More
Frederic Horner
· January 31, 2018
We had lifetime Anderson Windows installed in our house when we built. They are routed and it's been almost a year since we contacted our local distributor/lumber company and have gotten nowhere with ...your company! So many run around and nonsense! Pathetic! See More
Patricia Carter
· October 6, 2017
Ordered replacement doggy door for an Emco door. Pieces and frame won't fit together because pin that holds dog door flap is too darn long for frame to fit it. Chatted with customer service and they w...ant a picture and refuse to make a refund. Worst company I ever ordered anything from as far as parts received and total lack of communication after receiving my money. BBB here I come! See More
Greg Gillen
· December 27, 2017
Poor communication between salesman and office, was told it would take 6-8 weeks to get Windows made then delivered, seems not the case still waiting and it's been 9 weeks. Would not recommend worse ...experience ever See More
Scott Kotek
· September 9, 2017
Lots of bad reviews and unhappy home owners.
We installed Anderson Windows and they are drafty and
Rotting. Now we find out that part of the widows was outsourced during the time ours were installed....
Anderson customer service only wanted to sell us new
Windows. Anderson will not stand by their Windows.
They should have had a recall since they knew there
Was a problem with the glass. We were never notified,
A recall was never published, no one from Anderson ever contacted us to notify us. Now we are SOS.
We need new shaches. If we go with another company we
Need total new Windows. I am glad we read these reviews before we ordered a new patio door. Would not recommend Anderson Windows.
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Bill Baker
· March 11, 2018
Impeccable onsite customer service. Tim Mendez could have explained the color options on the interior and exterior of the windows. My overall experience with Carlos D. And Edgar L. Was great! The w...indows are excellent and the staff was efficient and fast.

Ramon Chavez
Las Cruces, NM
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Randy Shaver & Andersen CFO Phil Donaldson chat about the KARE11 Andersen Windows and Doors Warming House on the KARE 11 evening news tonight.

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Check out KARE 11's sneak peek of the Northern Lights in the Bold North! See them for yourself in the Andersen Windows and Doors KARE11 Warming House on Nicollet Mall at 7th Street.

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We have our winner of the trip to Las Vegas for The International Builders' Show (IBS) 2019… Congratulations to Mike Carter of Carter and Company - Beaumont, TX! Thanks to everyone who stopped by our IBS booth this year!

Trade professionals at #IBS2018 experienced why Andersen Windows was recognized by J.D. Power for "Outstanding Customer Satisfaction with Windows and Patio Doors"
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Hear about our MultiGlide™ Door from Nathan Cregeur, Big Doors Business Manager

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At The International Builders' Show (IBS), we are featuring contemporary designs with Andersen® Architectural Collection products. Including, the release of our new FSB® hinged patio door hardware options.
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Andersen Chairman and CEO Jay Lund and MQ President Gilles Morin are celebrating the acquisition of MQ at #IBS2018. Check out some of the selection in Booth W3400.

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We partnered with Yale Real Living to release the Yale Assure Lock exclusively for our Architectural Collection hinged patio doors. See it at #IBS2018 & read what The Z-Wave Alliance shared about it:

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Learn more about our new A-Series Easy Connect Joining System, allowing you to build combinations in the rough opening.
Live demos daily at 10:30, 1:00, and 2:30 - Booth W3400

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The first day of IBS is off to a great start! Have you stopped by Booth W3400 yet? #IBS2018

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Looking forward to The International Builders' Show (IBS) tomorrow! At the show? Stop by Booth W3400. Can’t make it? Follow along, we will be sharing the highlights. #IBS2018

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With the cold weather, have you noticed condensation on your windows? We explain what causes it and how you can minimize it in your home.

Learn what causes condensation on your windows and what you can do to avoid it. After viewing, please provide your feedback

When you hear “net zero”, you might visualize a modern house in a suburban setting. But, this isn’t always the case. See the transformation of this home built in 1907 to a modern, energy efficient wonder with some help from Andersen Windows.

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