Andersen 100 Series Fibrex Windows
Andersen has launched an exclusive product in order to one-step-up the vinyl window market. This series is called the Fibrex composite series.
What’s special about this window is that it is designed not to flake, rust, blister, peel, crack, pit, or corrode.
The patented Fibrex material proves its durability as a material that is made with a combination of 60% vinyl PVC and 40% Ponderosa pine wood fibers.
Many customers find that this product does not cost a fortune more than vinyl products. This is why many homeowners have started to install Fibrex windows over vinyl windows.
Another plus of these windows is that it gives off a similar look to wood, but with the durability of vinyl.
Your Andersen windows are under warranty and will not flake, rust, blister, peel, or crack. They will perform the same way 10 and 20 years down the road.
The strong Fibrex material makes it possible to have narrower frames. This results in a higher percentage of glass view. The manufacturing process makes it possible to craft windows made specifically for your home. Also, the manufacturing process fuses the color within the fibrex material. You have a few different varieties of colors stemming from white to dark bronze.
A variety of window grill patterns and interior species of wood allow you to match your home design.
For the interior, you can explore the different color options which include white, sandtone, dark bronze, and black for the interior.
For the exterior, you have one more color option available. All the colors are white, sandtone, dark bronze, black, terratone,
There are more colors available in the 400 series, the architectural series, and the E Series
Andersen 400 Series Windows
The 400 series is a double hung wooden interior with a vinyl exterior. It has a convenient tilt-in feature to simplify the window cleaning process. You are able to choose between 3 different interior wood species. The exterior color has a few more options over the 100 series fibrex. These products have been time tested and perfected for maximum effectiveness.
Andersen’s recent launch of their Fibrex compound material delivers excellent results. The integration of vinyl and wood results in a structure that is twice as strong as vinyl. Also, Andersen guarantees the exterior will not fade, flake, blister, or peel. The fibrex offers homeowners an environmentally capable material that will look beautiful and deliver the durability your home needs.