Your home is an outer portrayal of your inner style, and the windows you select should be no exception. Why settle for boring brown or white options when you could go so much further with no work on your part? The designers at Andersen Windows provide a wide range of options for you to choose from. Here’s a quick look at some of the options available to add a little color to your home and style.
Andersen Window Color Options by Series:
Andersen Windows – 100 Series
- Andersen’s 100 Series delivers the wood window manufacturer’s alternative to vinyl. The 100 Series is available in five exterior colors, white, sandtone, terratone, dark bronze and black, as well as four interior colors, white, sandtone, dark brown and black. The window hardware is available in a range of six tones.
Andersen Windows -200 Series
- The 200 Series is the basic value line of wood windows offered by the manufacturer. Because they are wood windows, they’re much easier to paint if you want a specific color match to the rest of your home, but the windows are also available in white and sandtone for the exterior as well as white and pine for the interior colors. The hardware for this series is available in stone or white, with other options available at an additional cost.
Andersen Windows – 400 Series
- For the widest range of available colors in standard windows, Andersen’s 400 series delivers a strong selection for your home. Exterior colors include white, canvas, sandtone, terratone, forest green, dark bronze, and black. The range of interior colors includes pine, oak, maple, white, dark bronze and black. This series includes a range of 12 hardware finishes.
Andersen Windows – E-Series
- As the entry into truly customized windows, the E-Series windows in Andersen’s Architectural Collection are made to the homeowner’s exact specifications, allowing you to match an odd window size. This commitment to unique appearance is reflected in the 50 colors the window exterior is available in, including a wide range of earthtones, reds, greens, and blues, as well as seven metal tones. You also have the option of mixing multiple tones, with one color for the frame, another for the window itself and a third color for the grille, up to four tones. The interior tones include ten wood species, nine factory-finished wood tones, and fourteen different painted colors. Hardware includes a diverse range of 12 tones.
Andersen Windows – A-Series
- Representing the very best Andersen has to offer, the A-Series in the Architectural Collection doesn’t have the color variety of the E-Series, but still has many options available. Exterior colors include white, canvas, prairie grass, sandtone, terratone, forest green, dove gray, red rock, cocoa bean, dark bronze, and black. Interior tones include pine, maple, oak, vertical grain douglas fir, cherry and mahogany, factory finishes including clear coat, honey, cinnamon, russet, mocha, and espresso, and painted finishes including white, birch bark, canvas, sandtone, dark bronze, black and primed for painting. Hardware is available in 12 different tones.
If any of these options appeal to you, you aren’t alone, which is why Andersen Windows is one of America’s premier window manufacturers. If you’re ready to take a closer look at what you can do with your home’s windows, the experienced associates at Poulin Lumber are ready to help. Please feel free to contact us today with any questions, for further details or to find out how to special order the perfect windows for your home’s curb appeal.