southwest home with stucco and black framed windows

A better option for window replacement

You don't have to settle for vinyl replacement windows anymore. 100 Series windows perform far better thanks to our unique Fibrex® material. They come in dark colors that won’t fade,1 have precision welded corners for a clean design, and have a flush fin frame option in select market areas that make them great windows for stucco homes. Andersen is the #1 brand for window replacement.2

New! 100 Series flush fin windows available to order today​.

Right product. Right material. Built right here.​4

Learn more about Flush Fin windows




See the difference

Andersen® 100 Series flush fin windows freshen up the look of this stucco home in Simi Valley, CA.

southwest stucco home after flush fin windows
southwest stucco home before flush fin windows

close up of black frames window on stucco house
close up of black frames window on stucco house

Andersen® 100 Series flush fin windows are limited to openings with an aluminum frame with a 3/8” wide exterior surface. Flush fin units are not permitted for tear out replacements or in openings over 3 stories above-grade in height.

Frequently Asked Questions

No. We use Fibrex® material in our 100 Series flush fin windows instead of vinyl because Fibrex material is 2X stronger than vinyl with 12X thicker finishes than painted vinyl.3 It has similar benefits to vinyl, but can withstand temperatures up to 150 degrees, and comes in dark colors that won’t fade, flake, blister, or peel.1

Want to know more? Here's everything you need to know about how vinyl and Fibrex® material compare.

Andersen® 100 Series flush fin windows can be found in Nevada, Utah, California and Arizona. Contact your local Andersen dealer for details.

We currently make flush fin (retrofit) windows only in our 100 Series product line. We also offer insert windows for replacement in our 100 Series, 400 Series, and E-Series product lines.

Flush fin windows made with Fibrex® materials is exclusive to Andersen.

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With sales and support teams throughout the Southwest, you’ll be able to work with us locally on all your projects. And if you become an Andersen Certified Contractor, you’ll get the best support possible, with pre-qualified leads, marketing templates, in-home selling tools, and product and installation training.

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1See individual product warranties for more information. 
22022 Andersen brand survey of U.S. contractors
3When 100 Series products were tested against five leading competitors' painted vinyl window products
4Using U.S. and imported parts