Virtual Resources to Help You Navigate New Challenges
As the world changes by the minute, you're facing new work challenges every day. We'd like to help you navigate obstacles in this new normal with virtual resources to help your business stay strong.
Connect with a Pella Sales Rep Virtually
Meet online with a sales rep to learn about our complete offering, or schedule a virtual showroom tour to see our products firsthand.
Locate a Pella Supplier
See a selection of windows and doors, and get pricing for your project. Pella partners with leading professionals in your region.
Focus on the Future with Pella's Building for Success E-Book
Better days are coming. And one of the ways we're committed to building hope is by giving you resources that'll help you better prepare for whatever comes next. Our newly developed e-book is filled with in-depth information to keep your business ready to thrive.
e-Book Reader: To open the EPUB file, you'll need an e-Book reader app installed on your device. Most devices come with this pre-installed. If yours didn't, here are the best FREE apps to download:
Please contact a Pella rep with any further questions or needs.
Disaster Loan Assistance
See whether you're eligible for additional funding during these unprecedented times.
Remote Project Meetings
Your rep is available for online meetings to keep your projects on schedule, even when face-to-face meetings are tricky.
COVID-19 Small Business Guidance
Find out about debt relief programs, CDC guidelines and more.
View the process for installing nail-fin windows into a range of wall system types.
THANKING THOSE COMMITTED TO THE CRAFT
The world may look different, but building professionals across the country are continuing to build hope in their communities. While you adapt to a new way of living and working, we remain committed to helping you grow your business.
Free Live Webinars
Give your business a boost with new product information, industry insights, installation instruction and other topics affecting the industry today. Plus, earn CEU credits for attending.
Explore More of the Pella Difference
Right now the trade industry is facing a labor shortage driven by the demands of a growing housing market, and a shortage of qualified labor.
By bringing awareness to skills training and offering scholarship opportunities to aspiring tradespeople, we hope to help close the skills gap and elevate the trade industry. Pella is supporting Fine Homebuilding's® #KeepCraftAlive movement, click below to see more information about how to get involved.
#KeepCraftAlive Scholarship Winners
Celebrate the 24 Keep Craft Alive scholarship winners awarded $2,500 each to pursue continued education in the trades for the 2019 – 2020 academic year.
Elly Hart, Carpentry Apprentice
With more than 840 hours of in-school training and over 6,000 hours of on-the-job-experience, this young apprentice isn't afraid to take on an industry that lacks diversity.
One Carpenter's Life
Veteran framer Larry Haun reflects on how home building has evolved since the postwar housing boom of the 1950s.
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Explore More of the Pella Difference
New Pella® Lifestyle Series: An Innovation in Wood
With smart design and time-tested innovations, new Pella Lifestyle Series wood windows and patio doors offer an unbeatable combination of sound control and energy efficiency. In fact, Pella Lifestyle Series has available performance options that are on average 71% more energy-efficient than single-pane windows.*
So you can offer customers a value that others can't match.
*Performance solutions require upgrades to triple-pane and AdvancedComfort Low-E. Window energy efficiency calculated in a computer simulation using RESFEN 6.0 default parameters for a 2,000-square-foot new construction single-story home when comparing Pella Lifestyle Series windows to a single-pane wood or vinyl window. Double-hung windows are not available with triple-pane glass. The energy efficiency and actual savings will vary by location. The average window energy efficiency is based on a national average of 94 modeled cities across the country with weighting based on population. For more details, see pella.com/methodology.