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Dedicated to American Craftsmanship: Pella Windows and Doors

by Courtney Green | Jan 23, 2020 9:27:55 AM


A home is more than just shelter. It’s a safe place where we
can express ourselves, entertain and recharge. For Pella Windows and Doors, it’s
even more than that.  

 “Our house is our
biggest investment,” says Keith Dashofy, General Manager of Pella Windows and
Doors. “It’s where we raise our families, it’s where we build our memories.
There’s nowhere more important than home”.

Pella was founded in 1925 by Pete and Lucille Kuyper in
Pella, Iowa. The couple invested in the invention of a window screen that rolled
up and down like a shade. With the idea that a window company could honor
traditional American values, integrity and could ultimately enrich others’
lives, Pella Corporation was born.

To this day, the company is family owned and takes windows
and doors very seriously. So much in fact that their salespeople will not only
meet you at the showroom to show you all they have to offer, but they will
bring samples to your home or construction site to ensure the product is
exactly what you want.

In the last 95 years, Pella has proven their true American
craftsmanship and dedication to consumers. For the past two years, the company
has decided to take it a step farther and prove their dedication to their
community. Their well-earned Better Business Bureau accreditation is something
they are proud to display all around the showroom and on their trucks.

Pella sets a bar for themselves laying out the highest
expectations for their customers and they strive to deliver that daily. Their
dedication to customer satisfaction, trust, integrity and being industry
leaders make them the successful company they are today. Between some of the
strongest warranties to the most innovative technology in the industry, Pella
consistently proves they care deeply about your home.

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