The Pella Legacy
Pella Windows has been innovating for almost 100 years, since 1925. They began making window screens that retracted like a shade call a Rolscreen and later added Venetian blinds in 1934. Their first window hit the market in 1937 and they haven’t looked back since.
Today, Pella is an industry leader in windows and doors and they offer product lines in just about every material you can imagine. While Pella is best known for their beautiful clad-wood windows and doors and their advanced fiberglass composite products; they also apply their expertise to crafting premium vinyl windows and doors. Whether you’re building a home or renovating your current house, Pella Windows and Doors has options for you.
Why Pella Vinyl Windows & Doors?
If you want an energy-efficient window that also needs to be low-maintenance and at an affordable price, vinyl is right for you. When you choose to work with a Pella vinyl window you also get a proven company with a focus on quality and innovations. Like multi-chambered extrusions and metal reinforcement and fusion-welded corners for added strength to prevent warping, bowing, and sagging. Featuring a unique vinyl formula designed to be durable to resist weathering, fading, and cracking. The same vinyl goes into making two, distinct, product lines; the Pella 250 Series and Encompass by Pella. Three solid color frames come standard; White, Almond, and Fossil, and the solid color runs throughout the extrusions.
Pella 250 Series Options
With a profile and frame width more akin to wooden windows the Pella 250 has a look and feel that is more traditional to transitional. In addition to the standard colors, the 250 Series is available in Dou-Color with a white interior and nine colored exterior finishes.
When it comes to window grids the Pella 250 can in just about any configuration imaginable with surface mounted Simulated-Divided-Light grids and three different Grille-Between-Glass profiles available.
For energy efficiency, there are five insulated glass units packages to choose from, three double-paned and two triple-paned. The 250 Series also offers foam-insulated frames for added efficiency.
Encompass By Pella
With the Encompass line, you get the same great Pella brand at a price point that’s easy on your budget. The thinner frame profile gives the Encompass a much more contemporary aesthetic with straight, clean, lines. Unlike the 250 Series, the Encompass is only available in the three standard solid colors, White, Almond, and Fossil.
Grilles-Between-Glass are available with two profiles to choose from and the Encompass features a unique balancer system making operation of the single and double-hung windows incredibly easy.