Pella Windows

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www.pella.com Beautiful and built to last, Pella Windows feature interlocking wood joints; weather-impervious glue; hardware built into the sash and frame for added strength and durability; treated wood to help resist rotting; and cladding that stands up to years of use. Pella's ProLine casement series was intentionally kept simple, which maximizes its value and creates high-quality windows and...
By Alan Sprinkle, Process & Product Development Director, West Des Moines, Iowa | December 3, 2004

www.pella.com

Beautiful and built to last, Pella Windows feature interlocking wood joints; weather-impervious glue; hardware built into the sash and frame for added strength and durability; treated wood to help resist rotting; and cladding that stands up to years of use. Pella's ProLine casement series was intentionally kept simple, which maximizes its value and creates high-quality windows and doors at a price that fits nearly all budgets. Circle

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In My Own Words

"Pella Windows are what we use in our custom houses. What makes them stand out is that a person can use them in almost any situation. The wood trim really adds to the taste and the ambience of a home, in contrast to a vinyl window."

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