Types of Windows Available
Pella offers windows in the following styles:
- Single Hung Windows: Two sashes of the same size installed in a frame allowing the bottom sash to move up and down along frame tracks.
- Double Hung Windows: Two sashes of the same size are both able to slide vertically up and down along a frame. Tilt-in options allow easy exterior cleaning access.
- Casement Windows: Available as a single unit, a tandem pair or a larger 3, 4, or 5 unit design, these windows open outward along a horizontal place with the use of a hand crank or motorized device.
- Awning Windows: These windows are similar in style to casement windows except that they open outward along a vertical plane. They are often found in bathrooms and as accents above doors and other types of windows.
- Sliding Windows: These are similar to single and double hung units. The windows slide on a track instead of opening outwards, but they slide horizontally along the frame. One of the two windows is typically fixed, however.
- Bay Windows: These units are typically made of 3 or more windows installed in dining rooms or living rooms to add a stately appearance. One or more of the windows is typically fixed in position.
- Fixed (Picture) Windows: Pella offers fixed windows in nearly any size and shape imaginable.
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Pella offers several advantages over the competition. They include:
- Customization: Pella manufacturers can construct windows according to your specific needs. Sizes, shapes, colors, and hardware are all made-to-order at an economic price.
- Materials: Pella offers windows in a variety of different materials, from natural wood to environmentally friendly fiberglass and vinyl (often made from recycled or reclaimed products). Vinyl and fiberglass windows are available in a wide range of colors to fit any home color scheme.
- Glass Options: Pella windows offer several glass types, from impact-resistant, tempered, laminated and tinted glass to provide the best in durability, energy efficiency, and comfort.
- Service: Besides their hundreds of locations nationwide and showrooms in nearly every major city across the country, their customer support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help with any problems their customers may have.
Pella Window Costs
Pella window prices are fairly consistent across the country; however, specific state and local taxes are not taken into account. Installation costs assume a typical install or replacement; extenuating construction circumstances or unusually difficult installation will raise costs significantly.
- Most Pella window types start at $100-$150 for a small, mid-grade unit. Costs rise steadily with the size of the window. Bay windows and custom windows are more expensive, with a small bay window unit costing $400-$600. Custom windows can cost as little as $300 or as much as $1,000 or more depending on the size and manufacturing difficulty.
- High-end Pella windows with specialty glass (tinted, impact-resistant, tempered, or laminated) raises window costs by 75-100% in most cases.
- New window installations cost as little as $100-$150 per window (not including bay windows, which are slightly more at $200-$300 per unit).
- Replacing your current windows with Pella windows raises installation costs to as high as $300 per window. Bay window replacement can cost as much as $400-$500.