Anyway, as stated, we would like to publicly apologize to Andersen because we apparently offended them. They seem to feel that we are claiming that our window is completely identical to the Andersen product line. Their lawyers have asked that we "cease and desist" from allegedly claiming that our Southern Rose 8017 is identical in our newsletters. (To see the actual letter follow this link:
We would like to say publicly that our window is not completely identical and, furthermore, we think it is better than the Andersen product. It has no wood it in, so ipso facto, it is not identical: i.e., it's not going to rot. To quote comedian Dom Irrera's catch phrase: "But I don't mean that in a bad way." It's just a fact that wood rots. Especially in humid, coastal climates. This is an all vinyl product that will be positioned in the generic clad-wood market, but will have a more competitive price. And in the best intention to comply with Andersen’s wishes, we thought it prudent to make our apologies to the same audience who received our newsletter with the alleged "identical window" claim.
Take a close gander at the rendering of our window, is this a window to complete in the “clad” market segment?
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