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Andersen Windows is celebrating the production of its 1-millionth 100 Series window in Garland, Texas, which it introduced a mere four years ago.
The company held an event at the Garland facility with its 400 employees to ring in the milestone. There, a commemorative window was passed around for employees to sign, which will be handed off to Texas Door and Trim, one of the company's largest Texas dealers.
“We’re so proud that one of the most innovative windows on the market is built by the excellent employees in Garland,” said Lendall Mefford, plant manager. “The care and craftsmanship that we put into each and every window is on display in homes across Texas and the country.”
The eco-friendly window is made with reclaimed wood fiber that contains 18 to 24% recycled content. It is also designed with energy-efficiency and durability in mind: its Fibrex material is two times stronger than vinyl and doesn't require painting.