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When Pete Robbins decided to build a home on a tiny uninhabited island in Maine’s hurricane prone Casco Bay, even the real estate broker who sold him the land tried to talk him out of it. But Pete knew a contractor with experience building homes that could stand up to the harsh coastal weather, and the contractor knew about Andersen® A-Series windows. The resulting home is truly one-of-a-kind.
The three-panel configuration of our A-Series Frenchwood gliding patio door features outside panels that slide toward each other to open.
Transom windows placed above patio doors and other window types dramatize the exterior appearance, enhance your view and create walls of light.
Andersen 400 Series Frenchwood gliding patio doors are available in two- and four-panel configurations. Shown: four-panel center open with white interior.
Andersen 400 Series tilt-wash double-hung windows come in five exterior colors and are available with natural pine or white interiors.
Combine casement with awning windows to convert a dark corner into a comfortable, casual dining space.
With Andersen A-Series products, you have the choices you need for a beautiful blend of form and function.
Residential Home with 400 Series Casement and Awning windows with Transoms
Add transom windows above your casement windows to maximize unobstructed views and bring in more natural light.
If you’re installing windows over a sink, you likely don’t want to lean forward and lift. Casement windows crank open, and are easier to use than double-hung windows in this location.
A bay window can add space, volume and light to a room and add more personality to any home—inside and out.
Patterned glass adds privacy while capturing light to a bathroom.
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