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Shawnee Home Makes an Energy-Efficient Statement

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Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: Shawnee, OK
  • Age of Structure: 17 years
  • Area of Structure Involved: Entire home
  • Materials Used: Fiberglass and aluminum-clad wood

Before

Single-hung windows in Shawnee, OK, home

Living room of Shawnee, OK, home facing white hinged patio doors

After

New black aluminum-clad wood sliding patio doors facing Shawnee, OK, backyard

New fiberglass casement windows in Shawnee, OK, dining room

Exterior shot of black aluminum-clad wood sliding glass patio doors

This Shawnee, OK, homeowner wanted more natural light in the living room and operable, energy-efficient windows. To fulfill these wishes, we installed large casement windows with fiberglass frames — one of the most energy-efficient materials available — as well as sleek aluminum-clad wood sliding doors — another material perfect for promoting energy efficiency.

The customer loved the updated look of the dark window frames against the white brick, and the new large door system in the living room changed the whole look of the living room on top of reducing utility bills. 

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Greg Evans

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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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