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OKC Home Built in 1964 Gets Energy-Efficient Window Upgrades


Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: Oklahoma City, OK
  • Age of Structure: 57 years
  • Area of Structure Involved: Entire house
  • Window Materials Used: Wood, Vinyl and Fiberglass


Oklahoma City home's red brick exterior

Front entry door of Oklahoma City home

Back exterior of Oklahoma City home featuring large fixed windows reflecting the pool


Back patio area of Oklahoma City home with new multi-slide patio doors

New black fiberglass front entry door of Oklahoma City home

For this project, we replaced old aluminum windows with vinyl and wood variations from our Lifestyle and 250 Series® lines, respectively, to make this 57-year-old Oklahoma City home more energy efficient. The owners also opted to replace their front door with a sleek fiberglass style that provided a more updated look.

The final portion of this project involved the removal of a door and multiple fixed windows from the back of the house to make way for a 17-foot sliding glass door system that provides easy access to the patio, pool and backyard area.

The customer was so pleased with the updated look that the new casement windows, entry door and multi-slide patio doors brought to their home.

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About The Author

Greg has been with Pella of Oklahoma since 2005. He spent his first four years as an Inside Sales Representative for the trade and retail segments. Beginning in 2009, he was an Outside Retail Replacement Consultant for five years. For the last four years, his current position in the commercial segment involves assisting the architectural and contractor community in building commercial buildings of all types and sizes. He and his wife, Mallory, have three girls that keep them very busy. 

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