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Pella(R) Impervia(R) Fiberglass Line Colors Added to Accent Designs

New Black, or Morning Sky Gray Options Now Available on Windows, Patio Doors

PELLA, IA--(Marketwired - January 14, 2014) - Using color on windows and doors accentuates a home or commercial structure's architecture inside and out, like a frame accents artwork. Now there are more colors and options to choose from in the popular Pella Impervia fiberglass line of windows and patio doors.

To help add contrast and compliment today's popular colors in residential and commercial designs, Pella Impervia windows and patio doors are now available in Black and Morning Sky Gray options. Each new color is available for interiors and exteriors, including the dual-color frame option, which allows for different color combinations on the interior and exterior of the window or patio door.

Expanded color combinations in Pella Impervia windows and patio doors now include:

  • Black exterior / Black interior
  • Black exterior / White interior1
  • Morning Sky Gray exterior / Morning Sky Gray interior
  • Morning Sky Gray exterior / White interior1

1Dual-color units of this color combination will continue to be available in block frame only

The new Black and Morning Sky Gray colors are available on standard-sized Pella Impervia products, as well as custom sizes and shapes.

In addition, builders, remodelers and home and commercial property owners may also choose from existing factory prefinished Brown, White or Tan color options and interior/exterior combinations on Pella Impervia products.

"With more contrast desired to accent home and commercial construction projects, adding Black and Morning Star Gray was a natural extension to our popular fiberglass line," said Pella Product Specialist Heather Heidloff.

"For added design flexibility, Pella Impervia Black and Morning Sky Gray color options compliment the Pella wood-clad palette of exterior colors," Heidloff said. "That means Pella aluminum-clad products or accessories, like exterior trim, or mulling accessories, will blend beautifully when used with Pella Impervia products," she said.

To give windows and doors a seamless look, color-matched hardware will also be available in Black and Morning Sky Gray, she said.

About Impervia

Pella Impervia windows and patio doors feature Duracast fiberglass composite, one of the strongest and most durable materials in the window and door market. Duracast helps Impervia windows and patio doors withstand extreme climate conditions, like high heat and subzero temperatures, to help reduce warping and sagging in extreme heat, or shrinking and turning brittle in extreme cold.

Pella Impervia products are provided with a low-maintenance factory-finish. Impervia windows and patio doors feature the quality look of painted wood, and provide energy-efficient options that will meet or exceed ENERGY STAR guidelines in all 50 states.*

* Some Pella products may not meet ENERGY STAR® guidelines in Canada.

About Pella

Pella Corporation is a leader in designing, testing, manufacturing and installing quality windows and doors for new construction, remodeling and replacement applications.

As a family-owned and professionally managed privately-held company, Pella is known for its 89-year history of making innovative products, providing quality service and delivering on customer satisfaction. Headquartered in Pella, Iowa, the company is committed to incorporating new technologies, increasing productivity and practicing environmental stewardship to create satisfied customers.

For more information, call 888-847-3552 or visit pella.com/news. Follow Pella on Facebook, YouTube, Houzz, Pinterest, and Twitter at @Pella_News. 

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Kathy Krafka Harkema
Pella Corporation
Office: 641-621-6971
Cell: 641-780-6925
[email protected] 

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