Andersen Corporation is the largest window and door manufacturing company in America, based in Bayport, MN.  Currently employing more than 9,000 people at more than 20 locations, Andersen was founded in 1903 by Danish immigrant Hans Andersen as a lumberyard for pine logs.  In 1905, Andersen originated the “two bundle” method, which streamlined the window construction process. It was nicknamed the 10-Minute Window.

Throughout the 20th century, Andersen remained an industry leader, setting the standard for employee benefits, community activism, and product innovation.  Over time, the company expanded into aluminum, vinyl, and fiberglass frame materials, as well as hardware distribution and specialty glass manufacturing.  Using techniques developed by Italian inventor Luigi Zanini, Andersen was a pioneer in the wood-cladding process.

In the present day, Andersen remains on the cutting edge of the window industry, offering a range of high-efficiency Energy Star-rated products, and merging with other respected manufacturers like Eagle, now known as Andersen E-Series. Their production facility in Bayport, Minnesota is 2.8-million-square-feet, and the facility covers 65 acres.   Andersen offers 100, 200, 400, E-Series, and A-Series windows.

Andersen 100 series- Designed to compete with and outperform modern vinyl windows, the 100 series uses Andersen’s proprietary Fibrex blend to create a clean-lined and durable window.

Andersen 400 series- A solid-wood window with an exterior clad in PermaShield, Andersen’s exclusive blend of cladding materials combined to optimize protection from climate and ptovide maximum insulation to your home.

Andersen A series- When your vision won’t permit compromise, the Andersen Architectural Collection provides the proven durability of a Fibrex exterior with a solid-wood interior, all available in a vast range of customizable styles and options.

Andersen E series- Formerly known as Eagle brand windows, E-Series from Andersen offers the natural beauty and insulating properties of solid wood with an exterior clad in durable, climate-resistant aluminum.