Andersen Corporation

    Andersen Corporation history, company profile (overview) and corporate video

       Andersen Corporation is an international windows and doors manufacturing company headquartered in Bayport, Minnesota, United States.


       Andersen Corporation was founded as Andersen Lumber Company in 1903.

       In 1905, Andersen originated the ‘two bundle’ method. The method allowed windows to be assembled onsite in as little as 10 minutes.

       In 1929, the company changed its name to Andersen Frame Company.

       In 1937, the company changed its name to Andersen Corporation.

       In 1995, the first Renewal by Andersen store was opened in Minnesota.

       In 2001, Andersen added storm doors, custom windows, and entry doors to product offering by acquiring EM CO Enterprises and KML Windows Inc.

       In 2002, the exclusive strategic relationship with The Home Depot began.

       In 2005, Eagle Window & Door was acquired.

       In 2013, Andersen acquired Weiland Sliding Doors and Windows, expanding into the specialty big doors segment.

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       In 2017, Fenêtres MQ Inc., a luxury window and door manufacturer, was acquired.

       In 2018, Heritage Windows and Doors, a manufacturer of custom aluminum windows and doors, was acquired.

       In 2012, Andersen invested in transparent solar technology developer, Ubiquitous Energy, one of the world’s largest companies in transparent photovoltaic technologies.


    • Andersen Windows & Doors – serves the new residential, home improvement and light commercial market segments, offering its products through diverse distribution channels and businesses, including building-supply dealers and The Home Depot. Andersen is considered one of America’s most-known brands of windows and doors.
    • Renewal by Andersen – is a full-service window replacement subsidiary of Andersen Corporation. It is considered one of the largest replacement window companies in the United States.
    • Fenetres MQ – MQ windows and doors are crafted of wood, aluminum-clad wood, bronze-clad wood, UPVC, and steel. Their product styles cover contemporary, European, classical, traditional, historical, and rustic.

       With more than 12,000 employees, Andersen Corporation is considered one of the Largest Public Companies in the World, according to Forbes.

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