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Black Wood Windows Update Berkshire County Home


Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: Berkshire County, MA
  • Age of Structure: 1950s
  • Area of Structure Involved: whole house
  • Window Materials Used: wood with aluminum clad


Front exterior view of shingle-style house with white windows before update

Interior view of old white windows prior to replacement

Rear exterior view of shingle-style house with old white windows


Front exterior view of shingle-style house with new black wood windows

Exterior view of new black-clad wood bay window

Interior view of new wood bay window

Side view of shingle-style home with new black wood double-hung windows

This Berkshire County, Massachusetts, homeowner wanted to convert from vinyl to wood windows and update the exterior color from white to black. They also wanted to transform the picture window in their living room into to a bay window.

We installed new wood windows from the Pella® Lifestyle Series with white interior finish, black exterior cladding and removable grilles with a traditional pattern. We successfully transitioned the picture window into a spacious new bay window. 

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Jonathan Schulz

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I was born in Missouri and have lived in Massachusetts for 12 years. I've been in sales for 13 years. I enjoy finding the right combination of product and price for my customers. In my free time, I like to cook, listen to music, and follow the NFL.

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