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Need help finding a remodeling or renovation pro you can trust to do more than just install new windows or doors? Let Pella do the work for you. Enter your ZIP code below and we'll show you contractors in your area with the option to request up to three different quotes. These local contractors have been trained and certified* to quote and install Pella® windows and doors, along with completing a variety of residential projects. You can have the confidence that your Pella Certified Contractor will deliver a beautiful new space to enjoy.

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Pella Certified Contractors have earned Pella's highest level of certification for independent contractors. That means they have the product and installation know-how to deliver an end result you'll love.

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5 Questions to ask potential contractors

  •   Do I need a storm door?
    • Storm doors can help maintain your home’s comfort and protect your entry door. Before you install a storm door, it's a good idea to learn the basics before deciding whether a storm door is the right option for your home.

      Learn about the different styles, features and hardware, and weigh the pros and cons to decide if a storm door is right for you.

  •   Can I install a storm door on my Pella entry door?
    • Entry door systems from Pella are designed to be compatible with the installation of a Pella storm door. Below are a few things to consider:

      • A ventilating Pella storm door is optimal for use with an entry door from Pella.
      • The use of a storm door of any type in higher temperature climates is not recommended.
      • The combination of a darker color and direct sun can affect the panel material of an entry door from Pella when a storm door is used.
      • The use of the ventilating screen is recommended during the summer months when using a fullview storm door with an entry door from Pella.

      Learn more about Pella storm doors.

  •   Have you or your crew been certified in remodeling?
    • Have you had any special training or education? Certification can indicate that a person takes pride in their work and wants to be recognized for their professional capabilities, as well as continue to build new skills in their field.

      Pella Certified Contractors utilize industry best practices and follow good building practices. They also receive, maintain and utilize required education of proper installation and best practices consistent with Pella products, as well as purchase and maintain insurance to work as a PCC.

  •   Do you have your own crew or do you subcontract?
    • A contractor who employs full-time employees is usually a good indication that the contractor has enough business to stay busy year-round – a good sign that the contractor delivers quality results.

      Pella Certified Contractors complete third party background checks on Pella jobsite workers.

  •   Besides the warranty on the window, how do I handle service issues after the installation is complete?
    • Any window you choose will come with a product warranty. But that's only half the story. You'll want a contractor who'll provide the proper installation and address any installation-related issues that may arise.

      Pella Certified Contractors receive, maintain and utilize required education of proper installation and best practices consistent with Pella products.

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