Pella Window Reviews

About Pella Windows – Read The Reviews

The Pella window company was founded back in 1925 and was then known as the Rolscreen window company, best known back then for it’s disappearing Rolscreen window screen.

It was in 1992 that the Rolscreen company changed it’s name to the Pella Corporation to better reflect its wide range of products and its overall brand. Today, the Pella window company is able to offer products for a range of projects including those for commercial and residential use. They can also offer windows for new builds and for simple replacement windows. Pella also offer a range of doors to sit along side their windows and claim to have a product range which will pretty much match any budget they’re given.

The Pella company manufactures their windows in states spread all across the USA, from Illinois to Oregon to Texas, as well as many others.

Pella’s committment for environmental safety is strong and well known and all of their product lines are recognised by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Energy Star window ratings program. For five years in a row the Pella company has been named as the “Energy Star Partner of the Year” honouring their own dedication and determination in environmental awareness. In addition to that Pella have also receive many other prestigious awards as well as being part of the NFRC (National Fenestration Rating Council).

Pella offer a range of window replacement types including casement, awning, double-hung, single-hing, sliding, bay, bow and many speciality windows. All of these window types are available in many different finishes and window materials including vinyl, fiberglass and aluminium-clad wood.

Their window range includes a variety of options which are designed to suit any budget, these include the Pella 350 Series, th Encompass, Impervia, ProLine, Designer Series and the Architect Series.

Pella Window Range & Prices

Pella window prices are hard for us to provide at this time since they don’t actually provide open prices for the public to see. This is due to the fact that all Pella window are designed and made specifically for your home, so therefore the price will vary widely depending on the size of the window, the type of glass you have and the type of finish or additional options you choose.

Pella Window Reviews

If you’ve had Pella windows fitted in your home then please give us an idea of how much the replacement windows cost was by leaving your comment and review below.

5 thoughts on “Pella Window Reviews

  1. If you value your hard earned money and your time then really don’t bother with Pella windows. We ordered 20 windows from Pella and they took for what seemed like forever to finish the job, in fact it took around 2 months. It was then one problem after the next.

    When we tried to get help with costumer service we found that it was pretty much non-existent.

    Don’t use Pella!

  2. Around 2 years ago I had 2 entry doors and 20 windows replaced by Pella.

    I found that the salesman understood the type of thing I was looking for, his advice was second to none and his knowledge overall seemed good.

    I did have a couple of problems with he surround on one of the windows around a month or so after installation but the installers were sent back to fix within 48 hours.


  3. We had one window installed as a test before installing any more. Our advice, don’t bother.

    Poor company, poor products, poor service!

  4. Hi there,

    We recently had Pella install some replacement windows for us and it was only after they did the job that I found out the bad reviews they’d gotten across several websites including here. We ordered our windows from the Pella Impervia range, since these windows offer great energy efficiency and high durability in all weather conditions.

    I can honestly say though that I found none of the above to be true in our case. The salesman who we met was polite and offered advice rather than pushy sales speak. When the fitters turned up they were also professional and got the job done quickly and to a good standard.

    We’re happy with the overall look and feel of the windows, the locks and crank mechanisms seem to work well so far and our home already feels about 3 times as cool without the air con on.

    Overall, I would use Pella windows again.

  5. We recently received a quote from Pella. Where as 3 other competitors came in for 11 replacement casement windows ranging from $7,500-$12,000. Pella, for the same windows, which were fiberglass double pane casement windows, we were quoted $22,000. My jaw dropped and needless to say, I politely bid the sales woman a nice day. Would not even consider them after that. I can’t imagine their windows are even remotely close to being THAT much better.

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