Happy Fourth of July
Safe and happy holiday wishes from Renewal!
July 4 is a quintessential American holiday—what better way to mark it than with an all-American success story?
The first English phrase Andersen Corporation founder Hans Andersen learned was the lumberjack rallying cry, “All together, boys!” The year was 1860, and the 16-year-old Danish immigrant was working his way across his new country of America, picking up the language as he went.
Those words, “All together,” and that spirit of craftsmanship and teamwork left an indelible mark on Andersen—and it is a core tenet of how we at Renewal by Andersen do business today. From design and sales through installation and service, your team will be with you through every step of the way.
And while a lot has changed since those wild west days of our country, our values remain the same. Our headquarters and our manufacturing facilities are located in Cottage Grove, Minnesota—only a few miles down the river from where Hans Andersen’s pioneering vision for a new and different window came to life.
We’re a nation-wide company that maintains a small-town feel and sense of pride in our work—and we look forward to bringing that commitment to quality to your window replacement project.
Today, though, is a day to relax and celebrate and to spend time with family and friends—so our offices and manufacturing floor are closed in honor of the holiday. We encourage everyone to get out and enjoy the day, and wish you a safe and happy Fourth of July from your friends at Renewal by Andersen!
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