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Pella Reserve Windows Update Historic Philly Building


Project Scope

  • Type: Business
  • Industry: Trade
  • Location: Philadelphia, PA
  • Age of Structure: Originally build in 1985-1987
  • Area of Structure Involved: Entire building
  • Window Materials Used: Wood 


Exterior view of historic Witherspoon building with old windows

Up-close view of brick window moulding


Exterior view of historic Witherspoon building with new wood windows

Close look at new custom and single-hung wood windows on historic Witherspoon building

We worked with Domus Construction and JKRP Architects to provide Pella Reserve windows for the historical Witherspoon building in downtown Philadelphia.

Matching replacements to the historical building's original windows was of the utmost importance. We were able to do so by matching the custom extruded brick mold on the second floor.

The replacement honored the history of the building while also giving the beautiful building the update it deserved. The Witherspoon now stands tall, as beautiful and historic as ever, but with much better energy efficiency!

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About The Author

Kevin Camarote is a Commercial Sales Consultant of Gunton Corporation, the largest distributor of Pella Windows & Doors in the country.  He has over 13 years of industry experience in both residential and commercial sales.  He has been recognized as a Presidents Club and Customer Satisfaction Award winner.  He prides himself on helping both architects' and general contractors' visions come to fruition.  When Kevin is not working he enjoys fishing, and coaching his boys in baseball.  Kevin now resides in New Jersey with his wife and two boys. 

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