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Home Improvements & Repairs to Make This Summer

Summer is a favorite season for many. School’s out, so there’s a lot less traffic. It’s also when most people go on fun vacations or beach trips. And no matter how hot it gets, it beats having to shovel snow every day. It’s also a good time to do home improvement projects around the house, since the weather is so much nicer.

9 Home Improvements and Repairs to Make This Summer

So what are some good ideas to work on this summer?

1. Power Washing

No matter how meticulous you are about keeping things clean, the front sidewalk, driveway, exterior walls, and windows tend to get a beating from dust, pollen, dirt, and every single pollutant outdoors. Pressure washing eliminates any loose paint, grime, mold, and any unwelcome build-up that dulls the look of your home.

2. Install a Deck

Installing a deck in your home allows you and your family to better enjoy the warmer months while increasing your home’s value. This is because it provides additional square footage of livable space as well as a suitable area for entertaining.

3. Install Ceiling Fans

The summer heat can be brutal at times, so it’s tempting to crank up the air conditioner. Installing ceiling fans allows you to keep the AC temperatures up a few degrees, resulting in energy efficiency and lower energy bills while still maintaining a comfortable environment indoors.

4. Conduct a Home Energy Audit

Doing a home energy audit is a good way to find out whether there’s anything you can do around the house to make it more comfortable or energy efficient, such as sealing leaks around drafty windows, installing additional insulation, and inspecting air vents, furnace, and air filters. You can conduct your own energy audit, or hire a professional do it for you.

5. Caulk Fillings

Drafty windows mean having uneven temperatures throughout your home and an HVAC system that works harder to cool or heat the house. As a result, you end up with skyrocketing energy bills. Caulking them in the summer will prevent that from happening and avoid air leaks during winter. Re-caulking them is relatively easy, will make your home more comfortable, and keep your energy bills from spiking, so it’s a win-win.

6. Install New Windows

Replacing windows means having those gaping holes exposed to the weather outside. Therefore, you want to do it when it’s not chilly. Also, caulking adheres better in warmer weather.

7. Provide Roof Maintenance

The average lifespan of a roof is about 20 years. That doesn’t mean all roofs will last that long. Environmental factors and lack of routine maintenance can make them last for a shorter period of time. If you can see any broken or cracked shingles, they look weathered, you experience standing water every time it rains, or you’ve noticed any leaks or water stains on your ceiling, having a roofer inspect it can prevent costly repairs later on.

8. Update Your Home’s Siding

Take some time to walk around your home and inspect the exterior walls. If you notice any peeling paint, cracks, sagging panels, mold growth, small holes, or any other unsightly damage to the sidings, it may be time to replace them. Doing so will maintain your home’s curb appeal (and resale value) while at the same time keeping the outside summer heat from entering your home.

9. Install New Doors

Entry Doors are the gateways to your home and create a lasting first impression of your most important investment. An eye-catching front door will enhance your home’s perceived value by as much as three times the price of the entry according to a national home valuation study. You will have a hard time finding a more beautiful investment in your home than a Kansas City entry door replacement. They are designed to be energy efficient with low maintenance, all wrapped around style and durability.

All-Weather Windows, Doors and Siding (AWWD) was founded in 1986. For over 30 years, we have served the KC metro area and now have a customer base of over 40,000 satisfied customers. We are proud of the reputation for quality we have built over those three decades. Call us at (913) 648-9589 for any installation you need. Or visit us at 7710 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Overland Park, KS, 66202.

Best Replacement Windows in Kansas City

3 Tricks to Spend the Least on the Best Replacement Windows

Best Replacement Windows in Kansas CityAt All-Weather Window, Doors and Siding, we know you want quality windows and you don’t want to pay more than you should. Since most homeowners only purchase replacement windows once or twice in a lifetime, it’s hard to know what they should cost. That’s why we put together these tips on buying the best replacement windows. If someone else tries to sell you something you don’t need, you’ll be armed with the information you need to make a smart decision.

There are basically three areas where you can spend erroneously thinking you need that feature or option, when in reality, it won’t provide much benefit. Take them all into consideration when researching and getting quotes and you’ll know how to avoid paying more for something you don’t really need.

1. Price Does Not Equal Performance

You may be inclined to think that a more expensive window is obviously a better window. That is not always the case. In an independent study of casement windows, the least expensive window scored highest. It all depends on the materials and the statistics. When comparing, look at energy ratings, materials (vinyl, wood, aluminum, composite), and warranties. All will affect your satisfaction level after the purchase. Decide which features are important to you and whether they are worth the extra cost difference.

2. Don’t Pay for More Energy Savings Than You Need

Window manufacturers make windows that can withstand some pretty extreme temperatures. However, if you live in the Kansas City area, do you really need windows that are rated for a much colder climate? Avoid overkill and get the windows that will deliver enough energy efficiency, but not way too much. The only place you’ll notice the difference is in your wallet. The NFRC label helps you compare between energy-efficient windows by providing you with energy performance ratings in multiple categories. While the ENERGY STAR label tells you that a product is energy-efficient, the NFRC helps you compare between energy-efficient products by giving you independent ratings in several energy performance categories.

3. Watch Out for Options & Upgrades

It’s easy to overspend on options. Upgrades can easily add 50% or more to the base cost of a window. If you add features, make sure to focus on the features that add value. Low-E coatings improve efficiency, but triple glazing probably isn’t necessary unless you live in an extremely cold climate. Double-hung window sashes (tilt in make cleaning easier), full screens, finer meshed screens, and hardware upgrades will quickly add up, so be careful.  

Other Ways to Save on Replacement Windows

Keep More Money in Your Pocket with Pocket Replacement Windows

If your existing frames and sills are in good shape, you may be a good candidate for pocket replacement windows. Also known as partial replacement windows, these windows are slightly smaller and fit into the existing frames. You save money on materials and labor. Otherwise, you’ll need full-replacement windows.

Finding an Installer

Kansas City Andersen Windows DealerAt All-Weather Window, Doors and Siding, we choose to offer Andersen replacement windows to our Kansas City customers. The Andersen window brand has demonstrated integrity and innovation for over 100 years and is the most recognized and most used brand in the window industry. Andersen replacement windows are simply the best replacement windows in Kansas City that we have found.

Even the best windows won’t deliver the look or comfort you expect if they’re installed improperly. Many major window manufacturers train and certify installers for their specific products. At All-Weather, we are proud to be an Andersen Window Circle of Excellence dealer. You can have extra confidence that when we install your windows, we do it exactly the way the manufacturer recommends so the window provides superior performance for years to come. Additionally, using the same contractor for purchase and installation can minimize the chances of problems arising later.

If you’re looking into replacement windows, give us a call at (913) 262-4380 or contact us online and we’ll be happy to help you make this important decision with confidence.

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7 Window Safety Tips That Could Potentially Save Your Life

According to the Safe Kids Worldwide 2015 Report to the Nation, “about eight children under age 5 die each year from falling out a window, and more than 3,300 are injured seriously enough to go to the hospital.” Before a preventable tragedy occurs on your watch, please consider these window safety tips from the professionals at All-Weather.

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1. Keep Your Windows Locked

If there are children, or vulnerable adults, living in your house, it is important to keep windows closed and locked unless you are in the same room and very careful.  If you have locks that don’t work or are easy to unlock, consider replacing or updating them.

Have windows that need fixing? Trust the Kansas City window experts at All-Weather

2. A Tip for Double-Hung Windows

If you have a double-hung window on an upper floor, open the top sash if you need ventilation and leave the bottom sash closed. This way you can still allow a cool breeze into your home, without risking the safety of those living in it.

Related Read: Windows 101: 5 Types of Windows and Their Pros & Cons

3. Don’t Place Furniture Near Windows

Children are known for climbing all over your furniture, and by placing that furniture near windows, you are encouraging them to explore potentially dangerous aspects of your home like the windows. Giving children, or even pets, the ability to reach windows may lead to injury or worse.

4. Don’t Rely on Your Screens.

Screens keep bugs out, but won’t keep children in. Don’t rely heavily on a window screen to keep your child safe, as these can tear and allow things to fall through. Additionally, the weight of a small child can push the entire screen out of the frame.

Related Read: Tips to Keep Small Critters from Destroying Your Screens

5. Consider Installing ASTM Approved Hardware

If you have children, consider installing ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) approved hardware. Hardware approved by the ASTM only allows windows to open a few inches, keeping your children safe and your mind at ease.

6. Windows Painted Shut? Fix Them ASAP

Windows that are painted shut not only keep you from enjoying a breeze in your home, they can also be an extremely dangerous fire hazard. This is common in a lot of older homes, so it is important to check your windows and make sure they are all able to open in case of a fire.

7. Avoid a Break-In

Window safety will ward off burglars. Being aware of these window safety tips will prevent burglars from breaking into your home. Windows are an easy access point for burglars and other unwanted guests, and if your windows are broken, unlocked, or left open, you are essentially inviting them in.

Related Read: Security 101: The Safest Locks for Your Home

 

We put your family’s safety first. If you are experiencing any of the issues mentioned above, call the professionals at All-Weather Window, Doors & Siding for all of your window needs at (913) 262-4380.

 

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How to Keep Your Windows Crystal Clear

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As homeowners, one investment we all make is installing quality windows that will last for years to come. When so much time and money go into home improvements, it’s best to take care of them. The experts here at All-Weather want to help you increase the longevity of your windows and put together a helpful list of tips for keeping your windows crystal clear all year round. Read about them below:

How to Avoid Streaks when Cleaning

Do your best to always use a squeegee. Make sure your squeegee has one smooth rubber edge. Keep in mind, in order to effectively use the squeegee properly, you start at a part of the glass that is dry. This will avoid the possibility of leaving streak marks.

What Time of Day to Wash Windows

Did you know that washing your windows during the day is actually a bad thing? This is because the sun causes them to dry faster than normal. With an uneven level of moisture the chances of leaving streaks on the window skyrocket.

Expert tip: If you are trying to remove paint or something adhesive from glass, make sure to wet the surface first. This will help prevent scratches in the glass. Whether you spray it with a glass cleaner or just wipe it down with a wet sponge, either will help when using a new sharp razor blade scraper.

Other Factors that May Make your Windows Dirty

If the insides of your windows are always dirty, it may be time to change your heating and cooling system’s air filter. The purpose of an AC or Furnace air filter is to remove the dirt, dust, pollen, and pet dander from your home. If the filter hasn’t been changed in months, it could just keep circulating in your house. We also recommend cleaning any windows that may have been affected by secondhand smoke with an ammonia-based solution. 

Don’t Ignore Your Window Screens

A dirty window screen can make the cleanest window look dirty. Our recommendation is to remove the screens and wash them every year or two. You can clean these screens with a soft-bristled brush and scrubbing with hot water and just a little dishwasher detergent. 

 

If you have any additional questions regarding different ways to keep your windows clean or would like to invest in new windows for your home, give us a call at (913)648-9589 or request an appointment online!

 

Andersen Windows Kansas City

5 Features Andersen Windows Have (And Your Windows Should Too)

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At All-Weather Window, Doors and Siding, we’ve keep quality and innovation in mind for the past 30 years. That’s why we specialize in Andersen Windows. So whether you’re looking for economy or variety, energy efficiency or architectural authenticity, hi-tech materials or low-maintenance design, you can count on Andersen for quality craftsmanship and reliable performance.

Check out why we consistently recommend Andersen Windows in Kansas City over any other window provider:

Andersen Windows Are Exclusively Strong

Are you looking for material that’s strong and durable? Look at Andersen’s Fibrex. Fibrex is a sustainable, green building material with 40% pre-consumer reclaimed wood fiber by weight, and twice the strength of vinyl that blocks thermal transfer nearly 700 times better than aluminum for improved overall energy efficiency. Because of its great thermal performance, we can even offer Fibrex windows with dark colors like black and dark bronze without the worry of heat damage to the frames.

Andersen Offers Beautiful and Custom Real Wood Interiors

Because a large portion of window manufacturers focus purely on low cost and low maintenance, you have limited choices when it comes to complementing your interior. Your options are typically an imitation veneer that looks like wood-grain contact paper and only comes in one or two colors that are difficult to match with your current decor. Ugh! 

Andersen’s Replacement choices fix this problem by offering custom stained or painted windows that coordinate perfectly with your home with unlimited colors and options to complement virtually any architectural style. This means you won’t have to sacrifice the look you love for convenience or price.

Looking for Low Maintenance Windows? Try Andersen’s Perma Shield Clad Exteriors

Did you know other manufacturers use formed aluminum to cover the wood, which can leak and cause wood rot? Not Andersen. Andersen have unique clads for your window that will ensure a lifetime of protection from the elements and freedom from wood rot. Andersen’s Perma Shield clad exteriors create a tough, protective shell that resists dents, repels water by completely sealing out moisture, and won’t peel, flake, blister or corrode. 

Andersen Windows Are Award Winning

With all of these advantages, it’s no wonder that Andersen® 400 Series windows have been named a Best Buy for Replacement Windows by Consumers Digest. Windows were judged on performance ratings, quality of construction and materials, ease of operation, and warranty.

Andersen TruScene Window Screens Are Clearly Better

We buy windows because they provide light and a way to see outside. So why ruin that with a screen that dulls the light and obscures the view? Andersen’s TruScene screens provide more than 50% greater clarity than conventional aluminum screens, letting in more fresh air and sunlight while keeping out small insects.

We are also proud to be Kansas City’s premier “KC Metro” Andersen Circle of Excellence showroom displaying the finest Andersen windows and patio doors. Looking to install new windows? Call us at (913) 648-9589 or schedule an appointment online.

 

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The Surprising Reason I Chose All-Weather to Replace My Windows

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When choosing new windows, you have a lot of research to do before deciding who is the best company for you. You must compare the windows themselves, their energy efficiency, price, and warranties, of course, but those things were not the deciding factor for this customer. Listen to what made this Overland Park woman choose All-Weather over two other window companies.

“We had a large window wall in our home. It’s the first thing you see when you come in the front door. It consists of six vertical windows and covers the entire two-story back wall of our living room. We noticed some wood rot around the windows and knew it was time to replace them. I decided to use my usual method of calling three companies to compare products and prices. The first company I called was All-Weather.

Scott came to my home, took a look at the window wall, as well as five bedroom windows on the second floor we needed to replace, took measurements and told me about a couple of options. He said he had a window style in mind that he thought would look the best. He said if it was his home, he would choose these windows.

He asked me to come to the showroom so I could get a good up-close look at the style he recommended. My husband and I did and we were able to touch and see the quality. The Andersen windows were very heavy and sturdy. He explained that these Andersen windows weren’t our cheapest option, but because the window wall was the focal point of the room, they would look the best and provide the most glass for the opening.

I got two other quotes. One was, amazingly, within $20 of the quote from All-Weather and the other was $2,000 more. Honestly, the thing that tipped the scale for me was not the price, or even the quality of the windows (all three companies seemed to have high-quality windows), but rather the fact that the other two companies never mentioned anything about the style of window they recommended or how it would look in my home. It seemed that they had one style to sell and never even mentioned anything about what would look the best in that wall. That, and the fact that Scott and Doug were so easy to work with, really made me feel more comfortable choosing All-Weather for the job.

They ordered all of the windows, kept me up to date on scheduling, and did a fantastic job of installing and cleaning up. I’m thrilled with my new windows! I would recommend All-Weather Windows and Doors to anyone based on price, service, and beauty. I wasn’t surprised to find out that they’ve won Angie’s List’s Super Service award four years in a row.”

-K. Huber, Overland Park


If you’re looking for someone to replace your windows, give us a call and let us give you the quality windows and the level of service you deserve. Call us at (913) 262-4380 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.

Art Glass Windows by Andersen

Art Glass Windows Make Your Home Truly Unique

Art Glass Windows by AndersenModern houses lack creative art in one of the most basic aspects of the home – the windows. Think about it, other than the occasional beautiful window wall, when was the last time you were actually impressed, or even remember the windows in any house you’ve visited. Essentially, they are all the same. If you want your home to truly stand out, consider art glass windows.

Most Windows Are the Same

Glass has many possibilities. It can be textured, blushed with a medley of colors, and even contoured, yet the vast majority of windows tend to be flat, clear rectangular panes. Options exist, however, to personalize the window with art glass so that it does more than simply provide a clear barrier for the home. It could shape the lens through which the homeowner views the outside and the inside of the home as well.

Add Personality to Your Home with Art Glass Windows

Don’t settle for the same old boring glass windows. Art glass creates beautiful, one-of-a-kind windows that can bring personality to your home. Andersen Art Glass Windows allow you to choose the pattern of glass pieces, the palette of colors or pattern orientation, kind of background glass (with varying thickness and clarity), as well as caming (the material with which glass pieces are held together).

Andersen Art Glass Windows Offer Multiple Design Series

Multiple series of predesigned patterns exist to choose from. They may flatter the outdoor beauty with whimsical cuts mimicking organic shapes, provide entertaining patterns from the softened light, or evoke most any kind of mood desired within a home. Architectural designs come from the late 1800’s to early 1930’s, from Europe and America, and are reminiscent of famous cathedrals.

Don’t Just Replace Your Windows, Create Something Stunning with Art Glass Windows

Why replace your ordinary windows with ordinary windows? You can make your home unique with art glass. An example pattern is lotus. A few bold lines draw symmetrical curves and geometric shapes framing a blooming flower. The delicate design hardly obstructs a view, instead merely providing extra color and an unusual design flowing into the home.

Art glass provides homeowners with the opportunity to further personalize their home and make it memorable. Why not try something new with your windows? All-Weather is an Andersen certified window installer and we can help make your home’s windows stand out in a sea of sameness.

To learn more about installing Andersen Art Glass windows in your home, call us at (913) 262-4380 or contact us online.

Bay Vs Bow Windows

Bay Window or Bow Window? What’s the Difference Anyway?

Bay Vs Bow WindowsThe names sound similar and the windows themselves are similar. So what in the heck is the difference between a bay window and a bow window? Both will let in lots of light and offer great views, but there are some key differences between the two…

Bay Vs. Bow Window Style

A bay window usually has three openings, so it’s like three separate windows that have been married and live together within one frame. The middle window is typically (though not always) the size of a standard picture window and it’s flanked by two standard-sized windows. If your home is modern, the bay window’s more angular look will probably suit you just fine, although a bay window isn’t relegated to only modern homes.

Most bow windows have four, five or more windows as opposed to the three in a classic bay window. This allows for a curved installation that can even extend around corners, effectively offering a view from two sides of your home! The bow window is generally a bit curvier style-wise, and is perfect for a Victorian style home, although again, it can be used in virtually any style of home.

Bay Vs. Bow Windows for Adding Light

Since the bow window has more openings, it’s usually wider than a bay window and allows more light to come into your home. Bay windows may let in slightly less light and offer slightly less privacy as views encompass more side angles. Either is beautiful, though, and light is one of the main benefits of both styles. They really open up a room making them feel more open and spacious.

Bow Vs. Bay Windows Exterior Considerations

Bay windows tend to extend further from the building. They are generally installed at angles of 90, 135 or 150 degrees from the house so most often protrude further than a bow window. If your home’s exterior is near a sidewalk or street, a bow window may be a better fit. Bow windows also tend to be wider, and can even be installed around the corner of the house.

Bay Windows Allow for More Floor Space

Another thing that’s nice about bay windows is that they bump out a bit from the side of the house, allowing for a bit more floor space inside, perfect for displaying a favorite piece of furniture or artwork.  They’re perfect for a breakfast nook, a window seat or just a wide sill that can accommodate a veritable jungle of houseplants. However, both types of window designs allow for the addition of window seats as an interior design feature so you needn’t discount the bow window from your options.

Bay Windows Give More Window Style Options

Bay windows can be flexible when it comes to each individual window type. If air circulation is important in your room, think carefully before choosing bow windows. While opening bow windows can be installed, they are sometimes more expensive or can disrupt the overall flow of the windows’ elegant curvature. Bay windows, on the other hand, can easily accommodate opening mechanisms and function just like ordinary windows. You can choose a combination of double-hung, casement, picture, or awning windows to create your bay window.

Bow Vs Bay Windows Cost Considerations

So which is right for your home? The decision will rest with your tastes and your budget. Bow windows are more expensive to install since they typically require tying into a soffit or a hip roof to seal out air and water. They’re also costlier because they’ve got more glass and more structure than a typical bay window.

Interested in exploring your window options in the Kansas City area? Don’t hesitate to contact us at All-Weather Window, Doors and Siding, the area’s premier window experts!

Replacement Windows and Energy Efficiency

Replacement Windows and Energy Efficiency – Know the Numbers

Replacement Windows and Energy EfficiencyThe energy performance of all ENERGY STAR qualified windows must be independently tested, certified, and verified according to test procedures established by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). NFRC is a third-party non-profit organization that sponsors certified rating and labeling to help consumers compare the performance of windows, doors, and skylights. Once rated by this third party, ENERGY STAR helps consumers to find NFRC-certified products with superior energy performance.

NFRC Rates Performance in Five Categories

The NFRC label can be found on all ENERGY STAR certified windows, doors, and skylights and rates performance in five categories: U-Factor, solar heat gain coefficient, air leakage, visible transmittance, and condensation resistance. ENERGY STAR qualification is based on U-factor and SHGC ratings only:

U-factor

Sometimes also referred to as U-value, U-factor measures the rate of heat transfer and tells you how well the window insulates. U-factor values generally range from 0.20 to 1.20 and are measured in Btu/h. ft² °F. The lower the U-factor, the better the window insulates.

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient  (SHGC)

The SHGC is the amount of solar radiation admitted through a window. SHGC is expressed as a number between 0 and 1. The lower the number, the better the window is at blocking unwanted heat from the sun. In warm climates, you’ll want the lowest number you can find; in cold areas, a higher number is better.

Energy Efficient Andersen Window Glass Options

At All-Weather Window, Doors and Siding, we choose to offer Andersen replacement windows to our Kansas City customers. The Andersen window brand has demonstrated integrity and innovation for over 100 years and is the most recognized and most used brand in the window industry. Andersen replacement windows are simply the best replacement windows in Kansas City that we have found.

Andersen offers one of the industry’s widest arrays of glass options, enabling you to find the right choice for your home.

energy efficient andersen windowsLow-E4® SmartSun™ Glass Offers our best overall thermal performance. It gives you the benefits of Low-E4® glass, plus it helps shield your home from the sun’s heat and filters out 95% of harmful UV rays while letting sunlight shine through.

 

Low-E4® Glass Offers outstanding thermal performance for climates where both heating and cooling costs are a concern. Up to 56% more energy efficient than ordinary dual-pane glass.

 

 

Low-E4® Sun Glass Offers outstanding thermal performance in southern climates where less solar heat gain is desired. It’s tinted for maximum protection from the effects of intense sunlight while providing all the benefits of Low-E4® glass.

 

Dual Pane Glass Dual-pane glass is available for projects where codes allow its use. See local code official for requirements in your area.

If you’re ready to add Andersen energy efficient windows to your Kansas City home, give All-Weather Window, Doors and Siding a call at (913) 262-4380 and we’ll help you choose the right Andersen windows for your home.

Andersen TruScene: a Window Screen That Is True to the View

We buy windows because they let sunlight into our homes and provide a way to see outside – connecting us with nature, neighbors, and our environment. So why ruin that with a screen that dulls the light and obscures the view? That was the thought that went through the brilliant minds of the window designers at Andersen when they created the TruScene® window screens.

Andersen TruScene® Window Screens Are Clearly Better

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As you can see from the picture, Andersen’s TruScene® screens provide more than 50% greater clarity than conventional aluminum screens, letting in more fresh air and sunlight while keeping out small insects. They also let in significantly less dirt and dust! 

How Did They Make a Better Screen?

These revolutionary new screens are made with a micro-fine stainless steel mesh that’s one-third the diameter of conventional insect screen wire. They allow more fresh air and sunlight in while keeping pesky insects and dust out. They provide a screen that is superior in both strength and visual appeal.

Leave Them Up Year Round

Many of our customers remove their traditional screens in the winter to provide a better view.  Andersen Tru-Scene® screens are virtually invisible so there’s no need to take them off and store them over the winter. You won’t even notice they are there!

Andersen Windows Are Award Winning

With all of these advantages, it’s no wonder that Andersen® 400 Series windows have been named a Best Buy for Replacement Windows by Consumers Digest. Windows were judged on performance ratings, quality of construction and materials, ease of operation, and warranty. If you’re looking for replacement windows, make sure you include Andersen windows when you’re shopping.

All-Weather Window, Doors & Siding is proud to be Kansas City’s premier “KC Metro” Andersen Circle of Excellence showroom displaying the finest Andersen windows and patio doors. Come in and see them for yourself in person.

Call us at (913) 648-9589 or schedule an appointment online to see how we can help you with a new Andersen window installation.

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