Continuing its industry leadership, Andersen Windows is expanding its legacy 400 Series casement to include a contemporary profile option, offering clean, simple profiles to accommodate the latest in modern design trends and providing customers with even more customization options.

“You can now create a more contemporary look with our most popular windows,” said Grant Davis, senior vice president and general manager of Andersen’s residential and commercial pro division. “Homeowners already look to Andersen for selection of contemporary windows and doors, and with this new offering; we’ve added a new, clean stop-design to our best-selling 400 Series line, making it easier than ever to achieve a more modern look.”

Since its inception in the 1960s, what is now known as the brand’s 400 Series casement is one of the brand’s most popular and longest-standing products. The casement has been improved overtime with continual innovation, the new contemporary stop being Andersen’s latest design improvement. Created from wood with customizable sizes, hardware, finishes and grille patterns, 400 Series windows blend performance and style. Andersen’s industry expertise is in full view with its commitment to craftsmanship and quality.

Design and building professionals alike are reinforcing the trend. Contemporary design continues to be the most favored home décor style among homeowners.

“Modern window design continues to grow in favorability each year, but we know our customers all have their own individual styles. The new profiles give homeowners flexibility to choose a style that best fits their needs while selecting a high-performance product,” said Davis.

Available on all 400 Series casement, awning, and picture windows, the new contemporary stop option features an updated contemporary stop, grille profile and hardware design, expanding upon Andersen’s broad portfolio of products, designed to help bring modern visions to life.

Explore 400 Series Windows with the new Contemporary Profiles by contacting our team at Excelsior Lumber and Kaslander Lumber Company today.

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