The Cottages at Newport Cove feature the new 100 Series Windows from Andersen Windows. We feel good about choosing the 100 Series products. And, we feel grateful that Andersen has donated all the windows and patio doors for Newport Cove’s LIFEhouse™

A carpenter installs Andersen 100 Series windows in the LIFEhouse™ for a Hero

for a Hero, a home now under construction which will be donated to a wounded American war veteran.

Andersen’s 100 Series windows are made from the company’s new Fibrex® material. The Fibrex® composite frame and sash contain 40 percent reclaimed wood fiber. The glass used contains 12 percent reclaimed glass. An added plus is that the windows are made right here in the United States. (Newport Cove is committed to using American-made products in its homes.)

Andersen 100 Series products are twice as stable and rigid as vinyl, yet the maintenance-free Fibrex® ensures that the windows and doors will look as beautiful in 10 years as the day they are installed. Seamless corners, low-profile hardware and an attractive matte interior finish add beauty and durability to this product.

Most window and door warranties are prorated and end when a home is sold. Andersen’s warranty keeps its full value for 10 years and transfers from owner to owner. The company is well-known for its outstanding warranty service.

Andersen Windows is a privately owned business that was founded in 1903 by Danish immigrant Hans Andersen and his family in Hudson, Wisconsin, where logs used to manufacture the windows arrived via the St. Croix River. Today Andersen Corporation employs some 9,000 people at more than 20 locations.  It is still headquartered along the St. Croix River, now in Bayport, Minnesota, in a 2.8 million-square-foot facility that covers 65 acres. Andersen annually manufactures more than six million windows and doors, making it the leader in its industry.

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