Whether you’re looking to replace windows or find windows for a new build, vinyl windows are very popular. They’re durability and low maintenance are attractive benefits. So, exploring vinyl windows makes sense. But so is adding 100 Series Anderson windows to the list.
Why? Well, let’s take a look.
Fibrex® Composite Material
What is this, you say? Proprietary and exclusive to Anderson, Fibrex is an innovative composite material made of 40% reclaimed wood fiber by weight. And according to Anderson, most of this is created during the manufacturing of Anderson wood windows
As a result, there’s an environmentally responsible quality to Fibrex that goes along with a list of other benefits that include:
- Twice a strong as vinyl (keeping weathertight seals, well, weather tight)
- Fabrication process blends the color with the Fibrex material for longer lasting interior and exterior color
- and finish (no need to paint, resists fading, flaking, blistering and peeling)
- Colors are darker and richer than most vinyl windows
- High energy efficiency (blocks thermal transfer nearly 700 times better than aluminum windows)
- Retains is stability and rigidity in all climates
Variety and popularity
Fibrex is used in all 100 Series Windows, which includes a wide variety of styles and five exterior color options. This series is a popular choice among homeowners and contractors alike. To see if these windows are right for you, stop by your local Chase Lumber and talk to our window experts.
To learn more about Fibrex material, check out this video from Anderson: