The Andersen® name has been known in the window and door market for many years due to its quality, style and efficiency. However, some people still mistake the Andersen Corporation for Renewal by Andersen. While both of these names are trusted in the world of window and doors replacement, they are actually two different bodies.
In this post, Renewal by Andersen of Oklahoma helps you differentiate between the Andersen Corporation and Renewal by Andersen.
The Andersen Corporation
The Andersen Corporation was founded in Wisconsin in 1903 by Danish immigrant Hans Andersen. Today, it’s a privately owned company with over 8,000 employees around North America and Europe. It’s the head of a conglomerate, owning brands such as Andersen Windows, Weiland, Heritage, Renewal by Andersen, MQ, and EMCO.
Andersen Corporation is also a proud recipient of the ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year award for 2020 as they’re recognized for their continuous sustainability efforts that are truly shown through their quality windows and doors.
Renewal by Andersen
The Renewal by Andersen brand was created to be the Andersen Corporation’s window replacement arm. This enabled the brand to harness more than 100 years of expert craftsmanship, quality, and innovation that Andersen has built over the years to give the consumers products that they cannot go wrong with. Since then, they’ve been known for supplying one of the best window materials on the market called Fibrex®. It’s also a very sustainable material since it utilizes wood fibers reclaimed from Andersen’s wood window production factories.
Ever since opening its doors to the public in 1995, Renewal by Andersen has become a household name in the American window replacement market, installing nearly 3 million windows, and counting.
Renewal by Andersen of Oklahoma offers a wide variety of doors, including sliding French doors. To schedule a free consultation with our design experts, call us at (918) 921-9211 or fill out this form. We serve homeowners in Oklahoma City, as well as the communities surrounding OKC.