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Collierville Homeowner Upgrades to Energy-Efficient Windows

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Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: Collierville, TN
  • Age of Structure: The home was built in 1998
  • Area of Structure Involved: Whole home. A total of 20 existing windows were replaced.

Before

Before photo of existing windows with broken seals

After

After view of Collierville home with replacement vinyl windows

After view of Collierville home with double-hung replacement windows

Exterior view of Collierville home with Pella replacement windows

The owner of this Collierville home requested that all of the original windows be replaced due to the old seals being broken. The wood around the existing windows was cracked and/or rotten. The homeowner wanted to replace the windows with an energy-efficient and low-maintenance alternative. By going with Pella 250 Series vinyl windows, they had their choice of dual- and triple-pane glass options.

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Sam McCormack

About The Author

I was born and raised in Memphis, TN, and currently, reside in the Midtown area of Memphis. I played collegiate baseball and helped Walters State CC win the 2006 National Championship. I continued my education and athletics at the University of West Alabama, where I graduated in 2011. I chose to become a part of the Pella team because I wanted to be a contributor to the great reputation Pella has throughout the nation. I am a very reliable, conscientious and professional, who puts the customer's satisfaction above all. I am thankful to Pella for the opportunity to connect with people in the community and help deliver on their window and door needs.

I look forward to working with you and your family ensuring your window and door projects meet your vision and expectations.

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