Pella® Impervia® Windows & Patio Door Make Country Living More Cozy and Stylish
Durable fiberglass designs bring a new look to a Newtown, CT home.
- Area of Structure Involved:
Kitchen, bathroom, and sunroom
- Window Materials Used:
Modern farmhouse design is cropping up everywhere these days! Its seeds were planted back in the early 2000s when fans of “shabby chic” started renovating their homes with a simpler, more down-to-earth aesthetic. Gorgeous homes like this one built in Newtown, Connecticut showcase that style’s finest features: clean, contemporary lines accented with warm, cozy farmhouse character. This is rustic-yet-comfy country living.
Installing windows with
all-weather toughness was critical.
The scenic town of Newtown averages nearly 52" of rainfall a year and a little over 41" of snow. Weather extremes like that made Pella Impervia fiberglass windows the ideal match for this project. Their strength comes from our patented, five-layer fiberglass material. Not only does it allow our windows to withstand high heat and subzero cold, it helps resist warping in summer and becoming brittle in winter. Another smart feature: Pella Impervia windows feature a durable powder-coat finish for the realistic look of painted wood.
Incredibly strong, and they deliver dramatic style, too!
The design-savvy owner of this new-construction farmhouse wanted windows that enhanced its contemporary look. Our installers added double-hung style windows to the kitchen, bathroom and sunroom. The homeowner strategically chose a black finish in order to create visual pop within the light, bright interior. The overall effect is bold, smooth and clean—a great contrast to the natural wood furnishings and warm lighting.
Talk to our experts to get the full picture on Pella® Impervia® fiberglass windows. If you’re looking for low-maintenance windows that offer ENERGY STAR® performance and extreme-climate options like foam-insulated frames, you’ve found the right place. Best of all, they’ll look like new for years. See more details from the local Connecticut showroom.