Vinyl windows, like our other exterior products, offer superior energy efficiency and noise reduction. What separates vinyl from other materials like wood and fiberglass is its ease of care and durability. Pella’s vinyl windows are built to be low-maintenance. They don't require any additional painting, staining or refinishing.
The industry-leading durability of our vinyl windows starts on the production line. A precision welding process helps ensure the windows do not warp or twist with age, eliminating the “vinyl smile.”
A proprietary multi-chambered frame design increases the overall strength of the windows by 54% for Pella® 250 Series windows and 84% for 350 Series windows. The chambers insulate the windows as well, using pockets of air in the frame of the window to create a larger buffer between inside and outside air. DuraColor exterior finishes on both 250 Series and 350 Series products are specially formulated to endure intense sunlight, moisture and temperature changes, ensuring that the windows maintain their color for life.
Vinyl windows will offer a lifetime of quality. Since vinyl derives from plastic, it's a naturally good insulator. 350 Series windows even offer protection with HurricaneShield impact-resistant glass — glass strong enough to meet the rigorous building code requirements in Florida's Miami-Dade County. Our 350 Series windows were ranked the number one vinyl replacement window by Consumer Reports with a score of 91 out of 100 and “Excellent” marks in wind and rain resistance ratings.
If vinyl windows sound like the right choice for your home, connect with your local Pella representative to learn more.