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Contemporary Windows for a New Wyoming Home

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Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Trade
  • Location: Alta, WY
  • Age of Structure: 1 year
  • Area of Structure Involved: >4,000 Sq Ft.
  • Window Materials Used: Wood/Clad

Exterior shot of windows in new construction Wyoming home

The Pella team was able to install clean and contemporary windows in this new Alta, Wyoming home, maximizing the visible glass and incorporating a black interior stain to accommodate the interior style and aesthetic.

Builder: With The Grain (Driggs, ID)

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Adam Homer

About The Author

Adam began his career with Pella in May of 2000 in Seattle, Washington as a sales consultant for the local branch. Over the course of his career, Adam has held a variety of positions in Sales, Marketing, and Operations. Adam relocated to Arizona in 2004 with his wife and two daughters to join the Pella Mountain West team. His passion for the construction industry is driven by the ability to see both big and small projects develop from simple ideas to transformed spaces. He enjoys helping Pella customers learn and see how impactful our windows and doors can be to a home’s design, style, functionality and energy efficiency. Outside of work, Adam enjoys following his hometown Seattle Seahawks, listening to music, traveling and spending time with family and friends. Adam is also a proud former United States Marine and continues to apply the life lessons learned during his service.

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*Reduction in sound based on OITC ratings of Pella Lifestyle Series windows with respective performance package compared to a single-pane wood or vinyl window with an OITC of 19. Calculated by using the sound transmission loss values in the 80 to 4000 Hz range as measured in accordance with ASTM E-90(09). Actual results may vary.