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Dallas Vinyl Windows

Vinyl is a Stylish Yet Affordable Window Material

The real estate market in Dallas has cooled a bit from where it was earlier this decade. New construction is still burgeoning, but many homeowners in the Dallas area are deciding to invest in improvements to their current homes rather than moving. 

New windows offer a stylish opportunity to update a home while also improving its energy efficiency. Vinyl is strong and durable yet requires little maintenance. The multi-chambered frames and fully-welded sashes keep your climate-controlled air inside your home. With the addition of glazed glass options, vinyl windows can maximize your energy efficiency while keeping the hot sun out.

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Vinyl windows offer an affordable, yet quality solution to update the look and energy efficiency of your home. In communities like Plano, Frisco, Richardson and Garland, where the average home price trends much lower than the urban center of Dallas, this puts new windows firmly within reach of homeowners looking to upgrade.

Farmhouse Style

The classic look of Farmhouse style is growing in popularity across the nation, but especially in Texas. A white house with black windows plays nicely into the Farmhouse look — providing the contrast desired on the exterior. Larger, more substantial Farmhouse window trim and casing with white vinyl windows help convey this style on the interior of the home. Custom grille patterns achieve farmhouse style on both existing homes and new construction.

Dual-Framed Vinyl Windows

Black window frames are being used on home exteriors to create contrast, but the dark colors can meld with many exterior color schemes, even darker tones. The modern influence of black exterior window trim is appearing in many homes, from modern to traditional style. Another choice growing in popularity is bronze vinyl windows.

Double-Pane and Triple-Pane Windows

Replacing the single-pane windows on an older home with new double-pane or triple-pane windows helps reduce your energy costs. In an area like North Texas where the climate can get hot, the addition of extra panes of glass filled with Argon gas offers more insulation to keep climate-controlled air inside your home while keeping the heat of the sun out.

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Glass Glazing

Glazing windows can help seal out the weather — including cooler temps and precipitation — and help you maintain a comfortable home climate.

Hot, Sunny Climate

Living in one of the hottest and driest regions in the United States can take a toll on your home. SunDefense™ Low-E Insulating Glass with Argon can block a significant percentage of the sun’s ultraviolet rays.

Dual-Pane or Triple-Pane Glass

Energy efficient windows with double-pane or triple-pane glass can help lower energy costs compared to single-pane windows.2 The extra layers of glass have insulating gas between the panes to help insulate your home.
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Dallas Window Replacement

In addition to modernizing your home, replacing old or inefficient windows can help increase your energy efficiency, keeping your home more comfortable. We make the process simple. Our replacement window experts can help you select, install, and enjoy replacement windows for years to come. Find window replacement options and advice for your area.

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A Pella Windows & Doors of Dallas expert can help you pick out a window that fits your home — and your style. Find your local Pella representative to schedule a free in-home consultation, measurement, and estimate.

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