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Pella Windows

Pella has been in the window and door industry since 1925. They provide a wide range of wood, fiberglass and vinyl window options. They also offer top-of-the-line windows with smart home technology that continues their tradition of industry innovation. Their Insynctive technology adds security sensors to every window and door in your home. You can monitor your home with their free app on both Android and Apple devices. Whatever your needs, Pella will have the right style and type of window for your home, including completely customized pieces.

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Pella Windows products and pricing

Pella offers three different frame materials and several style options, including completely customized windows. The first step is to choose between wood, fiberglass and vinyl windows. 

Architect Series®

Wood windows come in traditional and contemporary styles. Their Architect Series® Traditional Windows were also voted an ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2019 product and are compatible with their smart home technology.

Price range: $136 – $355 (for Pella Lifestyle Series Double Hung Windows)

Impervia® Series

If durability is important to you, their Pella® Impervia® fiberglass windows are a good option. They include Duracast®, “The most durable material available in windows.” Duracast is made of five layers that protect your windows from both extreme heat and cold.

Price range: $131 – $240 (for Pella Impervia Series Double Hung Windows)

350, 250 and Encompass Series

Vinyl windows are a great option if you’re looking for something simple, affordable and that are easy to maintain. Pella offers three options, including their 350 Series, 250 Series and Encompass by Pella® series — one of their most affordable options. And they’re not just affordable. They are some of the easiest windows to maintain, also making them one of the longest-lasting.

Price range: $109 – $220 (for Pella Encompass Series Double Hung Windows)

Note that pricing for windows varies based on each individual project. To find out what your windows will cost, it’s best to contact a local dealer and get an estimate. They will also be able to tell you about specific warranties for each product.

Pella Windows reviews, ratings, customer satisfaction

Pella is well-known in the industry. They have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and received a “better than most” score in operational performance and durability in the Windows and Patio Doors Satisfaction Study (Manufacturer) (2018) by J.D. Power.

Reasons why Pella Windows is a great option

Pella replacement windows can offer homeowners a ton of benefits, including windows that exceed ENERGY STAR requirements in all 50 states, enhanced noise reduction and innovative technologies like integrated blinds and built-in security sensors. Few companies have as big of an impact in the industry with prices that are affordable and materials that stand the test of time.

Pella offers a limited lifetime warranty on many of its products, including wood, vinyl and fiberglass windows. Pella replacement windows also come with the Pella Care Guarantee for customers who purchase and install through a local Pella Window and Door showroom.

Pella windows FAQs

How much do windows from Pella cost?

The cost will depend on the size of the project. You can expect to pay anywhere from $80 to $1,325 per window installed, depending on your choices and the price of installation. 

What types of windows does Pella sell?

Pella sells wood, fiberglass and vinyl windows in a variety of styles. For more information, click here.

Where can I buy Pella windows?

To find a local dealer, visit this link and enter your zip code.

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