Andersen Replacement Windows

Choose Andersen® for Window Replacement in Wichita

Andersen Replacement Windows - Mid America Exteriors
The quality of the replacement windows you choose for your home goes a long way toward how happy you’ll be with your new windows in the years ahead. That’s why Mid America Exteriors has partnered with Andersen® Windows, one of the country’s most respected and trusted window brands.

Wide Range of Replacement Windows

For more than 100 years, Andersen Windows has been producing innovative, superbly engineered windows and doors – right here in America. There’s simply no better brand for quality and value in window replacement for Wichita KS homes. You can choose from four different levels of value and performance.

  • E-Series – Andersen’s E-Series gives you the most flexibility in terms of style and design, including specialty shapes and sizes, and materials that include exotic woods and custom finishes. Every E-Series window is custom built to your specifications, so you can truly make the windows in your home your very own!
  • 400 Series – Andersen’s most popular window line delivers the ideal balance of great look and superior performance. You’ll enjoy years of beauty and comfort when you choose Mid America Exteriors to install your 400 Series replacement windows.
  • 200 Series – Get the natural beauty of a wood window at a cost that is competitive with lesser window products. Andersen’s 200 Series is a great way to create a warm and stylish look without paying top-drawer prices.
  • 100 Series – Our most affordable Andersen window line does not skimp on features! Engineered with Andersen’s exclusive Fibrex® composite frame material, the 100 Series delivers exceptional durability and energy efficiency. Fibrex is twice as strong as vinyl, with superior thermal performance.

Energy-Efficient Glass

Andersen Windows are available with multiple glass package options, all of which help to create an effective thermal barrier to reduce energy transfer from your home to the outdoors, and from the outdoors into your home. The result is an interior temperature that is more easily regulated to keep your home warmer all winter and cooler during the summer’s heat and humidity.