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 proprietary five-layer fiberglass material. Made to withstand high heat and subzero cold, these windows help resist warping in summer and becoming brittle in winter. Pella Impervia windows feature a durable powder-coat finish in an up-to-date color palette, including Black.
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. See more details from the local Connecticut showroom.