Case Study: Historic Park Inn Restoration: Wright Where It Belongs February, 2013
Preserving and revitalizing Frank Lloyd Wright's last standing hotel in Mason City, Iowa, 101 years after the hotel’s first grand opening, the Historic Park Inn once again opened its doors as a Prairie School lodging experience – with views enhanced by custom Andersen Windows.
Case Study: Outdoors Under Glass: The Steinberg Pavilion June, 2012
Colorado Performing Arts School and Camp worked with the Eagle/E-Series® window and door team to create custom window sizes, match the wood species and customize mullions that delivered the windows that fit a one-of-a-kind design.
Case Study: Luxury Cottage Weathers Harsh Winters February, 2012
Home in National Geographic's "2011 Top Summer Places to Travel” features 80 Andersen® A-Series casement and awning windows selected based on energy efficiency and durability of the products.
Case Study: Great Views in Great Falls, Montana August, 2011
Montana home maximizes spectacular, 140-degree panorama of the river valley using Andersen® 400 Series casement windows, Flexiframe® specialty windows and Frenchwood® hinged patio doors.
Yellowstone National Park Partnership March, 2011
Andersen will donate $10,000 toward the park’s new sustainability program – the YES! Initiative and is committed to donating windows in at least one park building every year.
Eagle adds Eagle Entranceways to their product line January, 2009
With the inclusion of Eagle Entranceways, customers have the opportunity to use Eagle’s extensive array of options and design flexibility to create a complementary look for the most impact-filled opening in a home, the entranceway.
New Andersen 100 Series Windows January, 2009
Leading the Industry Environmentally Responsible Products Feature Recycled Materials and with SmartSun Glass, Offer Energy Efficiency.
Wood Species Options Grow January, 2009
An Andersen company, Eagle Window & Door, offers innovative window products for high-end homes.