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Combination of New Windows Refreshes Austin Home


Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: Austin, TX
  • Age of Structure: 10 years
  • Area of Structure Involved: Bedroom, breakfast room, living room
  • Window Materials Used: Fiberglass and vinyl


Brick ranch house with old aluminum windows and white entry door


Brick ranch house with new fiberglass and vinyl double-hung windows

New fiberglass double-hung windows on brick home

Brick ranch house with new double-hung and fixed windows

This Austin, Texas, home had old aluminum windows. We replaced them using a combination of Pella®  Impervia® and Pella® 250 Series windows with brown exterior finishes and white interior finishes. Both fiberglass and vinyl are low-maintenance, high-performing materials that will provide energy efficiency despite the strong Austin heat.

The result of installing these new casement, double-hung, single-hung and custom windows is an updated, more contemporary aesthetic, and a future of lower energy bills. 

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About The Author

The owner of the central Texas distributor, Anthony Marino, has had a long career at great customer service companies like Toyota and Intuit. He has managed customer service for both companies - managing up to 12,000 employees.

In 2010 he moved in to the home improvement industry as the CFO/COO of Cashion Group, managing the operations and finances of a large Andersen Window Affiliate.

In 2016 Anthony assumed accountability and ownership of the Central Texas region of Pella Doors and Windows and is instilling a new-found emphasis on quality, service, communication and employee engagement.

The future for Central Texas is bright with many wonderful success stories and references to share.

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