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Andersen - 100 Series

Andersen - 100 Series
Subcategory: Awning, Casement, Gliding, Picture, Single Hung, Sliding Horizontal, Specialty
Material: Composite
Type: Impact Resistant, New Construction

Andersen® 100 Series windows are budget-friendly, engineered with Fibrex® composite material for durability, sustainability and energy-efficiency. It's twice as strong as vinyl and provides low-maintenance exteriors with clean corners for a refined look.


Andersen - 400 Series

Andersen - 400 Series
Subcategory: Awning, Bay, Bay & Bow, Bow, Casement, Double Hung, Gliding, Picture, Sliding Horizontal, Specialty
Material: Wood-Vinyl Clad
Type: Hurricane Resistant, Impact Resistant, New Construction

The Andersen® 400 Series windows provide a classic blend of engineering and craftsmanship, featuring extensive sizes, shapes, styles and colors.


Lockheed - Nucon® Window & Door

Lockheed  - Nucon® Window & Door
Subcategory: Awning
Material: Vinyl
Type: New Construction

Awning Windows are an ideal way to ventilate a room while preventing light rain from entering the room and they can fit into virtually any window frame.

Lockheed  - Nucon® Window & Door
Subcategory: Casement
Material: Vinyl
Type: New Construction

Casement windows are very convenient to have over a kitchen sink or other area where it's much more accessible to open a window with a hand crank than to lean over a countertop and push up.

Lockheed  - Nucon® Window & Door
Subcategory: Double Hung
Material: Vinyl
Type: New Construction

A double-hung window has two separate sashes that are designed to slide up and down vertically. You can choose to open double hung windows to capture ventilation as little or as much as you desire, from either the top of the bottom.

Lockheed  - Nucon® Window & Door
Subcategory: Picture
Material: Vinyl
Type: New Construction

Picture windows are intended to provide an unimpeded view, as if framing a picture.

Lockheed  - Nucon® Window & Door
Subcategory: Sliding Horizontal
Material: Vinyl
Type: New Construction

A horizontal sliding window contains two separate sashes: one that does not move, the other that slides left or right inside a track. Sliding windows are popular because they take up limited wall space and can be configured to suit virtually any size of wall.