Making energy-efficient choices in your home can save you about a third on energy bills, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Replacing old windows and doors with more efficient options is one way to significantly reduce your utility costs. Andersen Windows offers High Performance Low-E4 glass. This advanced glass design features an innovative exterior coating that, when activated by sunlight, reduces water spots by up to 99 percent. It comes standard on Andersen 400 Series products. Depending on the home’s location, Low-E4 glass can reduce energy bills by up to 25 percent when compared to ordinary dual-pane glass.

Listen what people have to say about window replacement with Andersen products:

“They’re going to perform really well from an energy standpoint, but they’re going to be very durable and long lasting, and they have a great service plan behind them so we know that in 20 years, that window is still going to be a critical component of the building shell and the performance of that building.”
– Geoffrey Warner, Principal, Alchemy Architects

“I really appreciate the energy efficiency of the Andersen 400 Series. The dual glazing is very effective; there are no drafts in the house. During the very cold winters we have here in Minnesota, there is a very cozy feeling in the house.”
– Jim Lutz, Minnesota homeowner

And from homeowner who is trying to replicate historical windows:

“I was trying to replicate the existing windows that were put in in the early 1900s. The Andersen® Woodwright replicated that old look, the two-light over two-light true divided look. And it fit it my existing opening. It was a home run.”
– Steve Beckerle, Stony Point, New York homeowner

Published by Big Bucho

Of all the tragic facts about the history of slavery, the most astonishing to an American today is that, although slavery was a worldwide institution for thousands of years, nowhere in the world was slavery a controversial issue prior to the 18th century. People of every race and color were enslaved – and enslaved others. White people were still being bought and sold as slaves in the Ottoman Empire, decades after American blacks were freed.

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