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3 Reasons Why Architect Series® Windows are Worth the Investment

3 Reasons Why Architect Series® Windows are Worth the Investment

Window replacement is the ideal chance to enhance the aspect of your Minneapolis home. Traditional window styles offer a nice look, but Architect Series® windows provide spectacular workmanship and the authentic aesthetic of wood to any room. Window replacement or replacement of any large-scale home feature or appliance can be frightening at first, but investing in Architect Series® windows from Pella Windows and Doors can provide a lovely customization opportunity and long-term results for your home.

To break it down, there are three important reasons why Architect Series® traditional windows are a smart option for your Minneapolis home:

  1. The beauty of wood – Pella Windows and Doors Architect Series® windows are made of attractive interior wood – mahogany, douglas fir, cherry, red oak, pine, maple and white oak are available. Wood has a refreshing and stylish look to any window frame and can offer low maintenance and customizable options.
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  3. Unique shapes and customization – A spanning variation of window shapes are obtainable with the Architect Series®, including extra wide, curved or angled frames. From big custom sizes to specific grille design options, you imagine it, Pella makes it.
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  5. Outstanding quality – With the changing weather in Minneapolis, defense against the outside can be incredibly important. Architect Series® windows offer tough protection from wind, water, and debris, not to mention the opportunity for laminated glass with sound protection.

When traditional windows just aren’t cutting it, give the experts at Pella Windows and Doors a call at 612-249-7371 or schedule an appointment with us online to help you find the best windows for your home, just in time spring. We want to help improve your home’s efficiency, beauty and comfort with Architect Series® traditional windows.

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