Pella® Impervia® Fiberglass Sliding Window
Pella Impervia sliding windows glide open and closed horizontally for easy operation. They are finished with a beautiful, low-maintenance powder-coat finish that is strong and durable. Sliding windows are a popular choice for modern-styled homes.
Impervia Window Features
- Cam-action lock hardware for tighter seal
- Energy saving glass options
- Smooth sash rollers for easy operation
- Outstanding resistance to air and water infiltration, wind and noise
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Pella Impervia Sliding Window Installation and Product Specs
We've collected all the information building professionals need to know to save time on Pella Impervia sliding window projects. Explore installation details and product specs.
Choosing Your Window
Make a design statement with window combinations. Additional combinations are available. See your Pella sales representative for the complete offering.
Pella Impervia fiberglass products have a long-lasting factory powder-coat finish in your choice of five colors plus dual-color frame options. Learn more about finishes.
Styling Your Window
Pella's cam-action locks are available in today's most popular finishes.
Grilles give the appearance of individual window panes. Pella offers many grille patterns to help enhance your home's architectural style.
Grilles-between-the-glass create the classic look of individual windowpanes. Learn more about grille profiles.
Integrated Security Sensors
Stay connected to your windows.
Preserve beauty, add comfort and enhance home security with innovative Pella Insynctive® technology.
Protect what matters most. Monitor windows while at home or away with the Pella Insynctive App.40
Conventional Fiberglass Screens
Pella's high-transparency screens are made of a finer screen fabric than conventional screens for a clear view that allows more air and natural light to flow into your home.
Pella InView™ screens let in 14% more light and are 8% more open for improved airflow compared to conventional fiberglass screens.5