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Rated with 2 stars
John of The Woodlands, TX Verified Reviewer
Original review: June 11, 2014

After spending 3 weeks going round and round with the Sales Rep and the Project Mgr (Person who measures window), they still got my order wrong, I have had 26 of 32 windows installed, 4 of the remaining are custom orders that they say are still 3 weeks away (placed order in April), the other 2 remaining they can't find on the work order. This company is a mess. Everytime I talk to someone, they tell me they will call me back and no one ever does. DO NOT USE PELLA, go with someone else.

Rated with 1 star
Laurie of Mt. Pleasant, PA Verified Reviewer
Original review: June 3, 2014

In 2012, I purchased 13 Impervia double hung windows, installed by Pella. This cost me $10,000 on a house that was only 3 years old, another story. I loved the windows until 4 of them started leaking. I've contacted service twice before to service these windows and they reluctantly came out and told me this was my issue because of the J-channel on the house. The windows also leak air at the seal where the single latch is. The point is, I replaced cheap windows with expensive Pella windows and never had a leak on the old windows. The inside trim of the 4 windows in question is ruined and now must be replaced, which is added cost and a headache for me. With each rain in this rainy spring, the window trim just gets wetter.

I am currently attempting to get a return call from service for the last 2 weeks. I've contact the main office in Iowa and they assure me service in my area will call me within 24-48 hours. No call and I've talked to the main office twice in the last 2 weeks. I will make a 3rd call today. I give every vendor a chance to provide their service correctly. It's been 2 years and now the warranty has just expired. Pella has proven they are not worth the investment. I would never recommend Pella Windows or Doors to anyone, nor would I recommend using their installers. They blame their inability to install Pella windows correctly on you the customer! If a Class Action suit comes of this, I am on board!

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Rated with 1 star
Gary of Petoskey, MI Verified Reviewer
Original review: June 2, 2014

The condo I purchased has 2 - 8 foot Pella patio doors. I contacted the local dealer to inquire about blinds that fit inside the windows. I supplied all of the serial numbers and sizes and was told I would receive a call about a quote. After a week with not call, I called again. It was another week before I got a call back. I explained that I had 2 patio doors and gave all the info once again and in a few days I received a quote for $1300. I thought it was expensive for the 4 little blinds but it was going to look good so I placed the order.

To my surprise only 2 blinds arrived. When I called to inquire I was told the price was for one door. The doors cost the previous owner $4500 and now the little cheap blinds were more than half the cost of the doors. Pella is grossly overpriced so people should be very wary when buying these doors as the accessories will bankrupt you. I was given a discount on the second set of blinds but would not have ordered them if I had known the complete cost. The orders will continually get messed up and the information misrepresented. So if an order is placed, be sure to question, question, question, confirm, confirm, confirm until they get it correct. I am very disappointed in Pella as company!

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Rated with 2 stars
Barbara of Blue Bell, PA Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: June 2, 2014

In Nov 2011, we renovated our kitchen. Our contractor suggested we buy Pella windows to replace the 23 year old windows as they are reliable and they stand by their warranty. We purchased and installed an Architect Series 3 panel bay window and a casement window. We liked the look so much that we replaced two other bay windows last year with the same Pella windows.

Yesterday, I noticed condensation between the panels. I contacted the distributor and was told that it was obviously a faulty seal. It is under warranty and they would fix it but they would have to charge me $300 labor, which is not covered after 2 years. My window is 2 1/2 years old. That seems like a high amount to fix a faulty seal so I contacted customer service at Pella. They verified my purchase through the order number and proceeded to tell me that they will not cover labor on a seal that is faulty, and the distributor sets his own price for labor. But, I was told, this rarely happens so I shouldn't worry about the other two windows. I tried to argue that if it rarely happens then why would Pella not cover the whole thing. The service rep likened it to driving a new car off the lot. Parts are covered for more years but labor is only for 2 years. I pointed out that I had paid for a Pella window which was not supposed to have these problems. And, that I am not driving the window.

She ended the discussion by stating that she already talked to the supervisor and they will not cover it. I was told I could talk to the supervisor but it wouldn't do any good.From all the problems I am reading here, it sounds like Pella has a big problem and it happens often. So often that they won't cover it. So much for their warranty. Why would anyone pay a high price for the Pella windows if they won't stand by them. We have six more windows to replace and they won't be Pella.

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Rated with 1 star
Jackie and Rick of Gig Harbor, WA
Original review: May 6, 2014

We had several windows and a French door installed over several years. The frames surrounding the windows are rotting and paint peeling after just two years. We also had a Pella rep com out 5/4/2014. He also said it was a $80 service call. Told him to "go fish". My painter (who is a professional house painter) had offered to be there as he knew exactly why the frames had failed. He was furious with them as he's seen this many times. I would also like to join a class action suit against this no good company. Please count me in.

Rated with 1 star
Original review: April 3, 2014

I believe we have the same (very expensive) sliding door, with muttings and vertical blinds. Our very nice tech came in and checked our seal which he stated was in outstanding condition. The left side window of the slider has all the problems and the right side is completely fine. The condensation has worsened over the last year so we called in the tech and paid $100.00 for the service call thinking that the warranty was good for 10 years on the glass. We had condensation along the bottom of the window & now it is the whole window. We will NEVER buy Pella Again! They don't back up their warranty!

Rated with 1 star
Susan of New Albany, OH Verified Reviewer
Original review: March 31, 2014

Pella Express Install Door - I bought this moderately-priced door two weeks ago. We had problems calibrating the closers. The wind grabbed it and before it even got a chance to respond to the force, the plastic bracket on the door jamb snapped off. Since it now was difficult to use, the door was slightly ajar until I could reach Pella. A day later, the door pulled open by wind overnight and snapped the other bracket. Cheap, cheap, cheap plastic.

Instead of sending me two cheap plastic brackets, I paid $21 (YES $21) to replace two cheap plastic brackets. When I expressed this seemed ridiculous, the agent acted as though I was ridiculous as wind "happens" and would I rather the closing arm rip out the framing? WHAT?!!! I'd like a door that works and one that I am not afraid to open. CHOOSE ANOTHER DOOR - ANDERSEN perhaps.

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Rated with 1 star
Michael of Menasha, WI Verified Reviewer
Original review: March 29, 2014

We Purchased a Pella 7281 Fixed/Vent sliding Patio Door with between the window blinds. We purchased them in May of 2009 and they had their contractor install the doors. We had wood interior and EnduraClad white on outside to match our outside color. This past winter when we had freezing cold weather the entire inside of our door was frosted full all around the entire door on the inside. Like what seems to be the standard response to a lot of other people we were told it was due to our humidity level in our home. Well we had just had our furnace and AprilAire unit all checked in the fall and everything was in good shape the entire heating and AprilAire unit is only 4 years old and is serviced every fall and spring and so we were told to that our issue was the humidity level in our home so we had furnace repair guy come back and double check it and he said we had 34% humidity level in home which was a little dry actually so he upped it to maintain 40%.

Anyway so we contacted Pella service. Had to pay $92.00 to have them come and checkout the house and we were told the same thing again, and when I questioned the tech about it he said we could pay him to install a foam seal around the door to stop the air from coming in. I asked him to get the He-- out of my home. That's how angry I was with Pella. Well here it is 4 months later several calls to service and no response from anyone about the bad seal on our Patio Doors from Pella. I just had 5 windows put in 2 years ago and now all I want to do is have them all taken out and thrown away cause I hate to see what is going to happen with them in another year or so. One is leaking already and I am going to try to see if I can find a way to stop it but what I believed was a quality product is nothing but trouble and still no answers or contact from Pella yet. I will not ever recommend to anyone to purchase a window or doors from Pella ever again. Just have to figure out how to be able to replace a whole lot of bad product from Pella and try to find some brand that is worth the money they ask for. IT WILL NEVER BE PELLA AGAIN!!!!!!!

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Rated with 2 stars
Martin of Bloomfield, NJ Verified Reviewer
Original review: March 26, 2014

Within 2 years after installation (1991), water would blow through the windows. At first, it seemed that the roofs were leaking over the top of the bow windows and this was corrected. The problem persisted. After a service call was placed to Pella, I was informed that this could not be remedied and that the warranty was expired. I was subsequently billed for the service call which I refused to pay. When I found out via trial and error that Within the water was coming through the glazing, I personally caulked the glass panes from the outside. Due to the extensive water damage, the window frames became waterlogged and rotted so I contracted a repair company to re-glaze the fixed pane light that cracked. So far the caulking has held up but I do not know for how much longer. In any case, although I was initially impressed with the Pella design with the blinds between the glass panes, I will never purchase a Pella window again. I will switch to either Anderson or Harvey for better peace of mind. I think your quality control and business practices are horrible and maybe even criminal.

Rated with 1 star
Tracey of Farwell, MI Verified Reviewer
Original review: March 23, 2014

We have had our Pella windows for 17 years. The first winter after having them installed, we started having condensation issues. The company was called and a rep came out more than once. Their solution was there was too much moisture in the home. Our humidity level runs 40% and below. If the temperature gets to be about 0 degrees and below, we will have ice build up. This has caused our windows to become moldy. All our windows are Pella but our door with windows is not. It's amazing the door never has condensation issues. Of course, Pella won't stand behind their windows.

Rated with 1 star
Original review: March 6, 2014

About 5 years ago, we bought 7 windows and 2 sliders which along with installation cost us $10,000. Looking back, we should have shopped around more but we thought Pella was supposed to be a great company with a great product. NOT!!! With the onset of the first winter after installation, we noticed the house was no warmer than it was before we changed the 25 year-old windows we had. There were strong drafts coming from the top of the lower windows.

With blinds down and closed, if you held a just-extinguished match in front of the bottom of the blinds, you could see the smoke blowing straight from the window. About a year after installation, we met a Pella rep at a trade show and voiced our complaints to him. He gave us his business card and asked us to send him a letter explaining the issue.

We did that, and to date, four years later we've received no response to that letter, not to any followup letters to the company. We feel we were cheated both as to cost and as to quality of the product. The company's non-performance and lack of response to our letters tells us we don't count because we had the nerve to complain. We would absolutely not recommend Pella to anyone.

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Rated with 1 star
Original review: March 4, 2014

We built our home. Decided to use the best, we thought, and decided that Pella was the best. So we installed in total 60 windows and 9 doors. Two yrs. later, we noticed that the wood that frames the doors were turning darker & darker. With further investigation and time we noticed that the wood was rotting. Now there is a hole in the door and now the other doors are following the same path. We called Pella, a rep. came out and informed us that to replace the two doors would cost US $2000.

Rated with 1 star
Shawna of Orland Park, IL Verified Reviewer
Original review: March 3, 2014

Contacted Pella in May 2012, during 10-year warranty all a houseful of Pella ProLine Windows. Water leaks in the windows and rots the sashes. Participated in Class Action Lawsuit (Pella lost) but still only giving discount on materials. Pella sent me a quote for nearly $9000 to replace their defective windows. I contend the warranty should still be in effect, it was interrupted by the Lawsuit. The Third Party Arbitrator told me Pella is not bound by the court's decision -- they can honor the warranty. In addition the Class Action Suit was only for opening, transom windows, I have rotting stationary windows and a sliding glass door. Two years this has been going on. Pella Corporate does not allow anyone to talk to a decision-maker.

Rated with 1 star
Wayne of Jacksonville, IL
Original review: March 2, 2014

We have the same issues as others in here. Air coming through the windows and doors... ice building up during the winter. There is so much air coming in the blinds blow in the wind. They have done this from the beginning. Pella said our house and too much humidity (33% is not too much) and the windows were installed out of square. Impossible to install out of square..... that is set at the factory. One of the techs that finally came out used a 3 pound sledge hammer to try and square the window. I almost used it on him. Very unhappy. I turned them into the Better Business Bureau with no help. Even the tech disagreed with their findings. DO NOT PURCHASE ANYTHING FROM PELLA!!

Rated with 5 stars
Lyle of Beavercreek, OH Verified Reviewer
Original review: Feb. 26, 2014

I love Pella. I had them replace all of the windows in my condo and they were perfect. Awesome product and awesome installer. I also have a house where I have had Pella install 3 doors and 2 windows (so far. More planned). Again, everything is perfect. The salesman was non pressure and very helpful. He scheduled a master installer to come out just to double check the door and window measurements before ordering. Installation day, the installer did a great job the doors and windows were the right product, right size, right color. Perfect. I don't like the price tag for Pella doors and windows, but I didn't buy Pella for cheap price. I bought Pella for the high quality, and so far, I believe that's what I got.

Rated with 1 star
Original review: Feb. 23, 2014

We have a Pella patio door. The clad aluminium is bubbling on the bottom of the door. The clad aluminium looks faded! Looks very old. This year we noticed frost around the handle on the inside of the door. I would never buy a Pella product. I recently purchased 13 windows from another company. Pellas’ loss.

Rated with 1 star
Original review: Feb. 17, 2014

We purchased Pella double hung windows about 3 years ago for our entire house, except for 2 windows of another brand that had been recently replaced. Pella did the install on the windows. The first winter we immediately noticed how drafty the windows were (way worse than the 30yr old windows we replaced!). Once the temperatures fell below freezing we had actual frost build up on the inside of the windows and on the frame. In sub zero temperatures this actually builds up to be 1/2 to 1" thick around the entire wooden window frame. We've called and emailed several times. The only response we get is a canned email reply telling us we have too much humidity in our house with guidelines of what it should be. Well...we are within their guidelines, have also tried running the dehumidifier which pulls nothing out of the air because it's already so dry. We've also tried contacting corporate, and got the same exact response!

After 3 years of contacting them, they now say they will come out and look at the windows... IF we pay them $97 for a service call! The other 2 windows in our home, one being a Marvin and the other an Anderson, have zero issues. Our 30 year old patio door also has no issues. Same house, same humidity. We keep telling them this and they continue to blame it on the humidity. This is not just condensation on our windows due to too much humidity. It's up to an inch of frost on the inside. Do yourself a favor and NEVER make a purchase from Pella. Very poor quality and they do not stand behind their products. Very sad.

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Rated with 1 star
FRANK of Fargo, ND Verified Reviewer
Original review: Feb. 12, 2014

I have Pella Windows, 3 years old. I am working on getting it taken care of. Would appreciate a call from someone. I am really angry.

Rated with 1 star
Patti of Erie, PA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Feb. 5, 2014

I purchased 2 large living room windows in 2013. The salesman Jon in Erie was very nice. I asked a lot of questions but was given mostly wrong answers. Winter came and I have condensation, water and ice, yes ice on the inside of these windows. I had a rep from Pittsburgh come here and he was absolutely no help at all (has his speech ready before he got in the door I think). I told him to leave because he was giving me no answers. I then called Pella corporate and after explaining all that was going on, he said to talk to the sales person in Erie. I told him he was corporate and that was his job and he argued that it wasn't his job. For the price you pay and the nonsense you get about best service this company is overrated. I am purchasing 5 new windows this year and not from Pella. What a huge disappointment. Will also contact Better Business Bureau and continue updating consumer affairs.

Rated with 1 star
Richard of South Dayton, NY Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 26, 2014

We installed (6) double hung 750 series windows, (1) casement 750 series and (2) multiple unit 750 series double hung windows in July 2012. My wife noticed in the winter that these windows seemed rather drafty, but I thought it might be normal. Then we got a blizzard with subzero temperatures, which is when we had physical evidence all our Pella windows are leaking in the corners, between the two window panes, at the channels and where the multiple units are ganged together. We had our local Pella rep come by and inspect these windows and the first thing he went after was the installation, commenting "Who installed these windows", then I told him I did. He proceeded to find slight flaw after flaw with the installation, blaming the draftiness on this issue. His remedy is to change the gasket between the 2-window panes, add mohair strips to each channel and put these little foam rubber pieces at each lower corner of the window. I would think after spending thousands of dollars on these windows that I would not have to deal with situation ever, but judging by all the comments I've been reading I'm in for a long nightmare. I am interested in joining in on a class action lawsuit, if anyone else is interested let's get this rolling, as Pella obviously does not care about their customers after the sale.

Rated with 2 stars
john of Harvard, MA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 23, 2014

In the fall of 2009 I replaced all (18) of my double hung windows (original Rivco) with Pella Precision Aluminum Clad Wood replacement windows purchased from Lowe's. The first winter I noticed some air infiltration on the sides of the lower sashes which was corrected between my contractor and Pella. Now 5 years later, with the extended cold NE weather, I am noticing drafts around all the windows and in a few cases I can nudge the lower sash to one side and see light along the opposite side. Pella refuses to accept any responsibility for the problem. Needless to say I am very disappointed and would not recommend Pella windows. Has anyone else had this problem and is there a fix short of replacing all the windows? Please help.

Rated with 1 star
Pearl of Mandeville, LA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 14, 2014

I wish I knew about this site before I invested $20,000 in Pella Products. I had 6 windows, 72" x66", a patio door, 72"x72" and a front door with side windows and a storm door installed. There was decayed wood detected on the inside of one of the large windows, I called service. I had to pay 50% for the window and labor to get the window replaced. When the service men got there and they took the outside bottom panel off to remove and install the window, it was all decayed under both windows. I paid more for materials and labor.

Obviously when the windows were originally installed, they did a very poor caulking job? I was told by the company it was my responsibility to caulk every year! None of that is written in the care instructions. I started to check my other windows and patio door. Patio door side windows are decaying on the inside. The brass handle on my storm door looks awful (not solid brass). My fiberglass front door.... you should see it. I was under the impression it was solid from the price they charged me. But the fiberglass laminate on the wood frame filled with Styrofoam is peeling off the door!

Mind you, this door is protected at all times since I have a storm door and the door is sheltered from the elements. I have learned to ask more questions. I have learned not to go through Pella to repair or replace. I have my own contractor who will replace the front door and the whole patio unit and they will inspect all my other windows Pella put in and recaulk and repair as necessary. I will never go through Pella again and will let everyone know about my Pella experience.

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Rated with 1 star
Diane of Clute, TX Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 13, 2014

Jan 2014, Pella installation miscalculated my window installation. Hoping they will resolve the window. These are 250 lb. hurricane windows. Word of advice: do not let an installer remove all windows at one time. Re-measure each, and install one at a time. Best to pay with credit card. Check out my photos - I can see my fruit trees through the gaps above the windows. I am very disappointed and upset. You can reach me at **.

Rated with 4 stars
Original review: Jan. 13, 2014

I had 16 Pella windows, 2 sets of atrium doors, and 3 skylights installed in 1989. I picked them out, my contractor purchased them and installed them. I got the mini blinds between the glass for all windows except the skylights. I have been very happy with everything. I guess quality was better in the early days. Now that my window washer died in his 90's, no one else knows how to disconnect the mini blinds on the skylights to wash the windows. The Pella dealer doesn't know and has no literature which tells.

Rated with 2 stars
Michael of Vicksburg, MI Verified Reviewer
Original review: Jan. 11, 2014

From inside of house can see light from left bottom corner up 30 inches and big draft in 10 below weather. Also top right corner 4 inches. New seal is 85 dollars and some change. Door was special order. Thought I was buying a quality door but was wrong. The CEO was on a commercial the other day and said satisfaction guarantee. I will never ever buy anything with the Pella name. The only way to beat big companies is to spread the word to everyone you know and never buy the product again.

Rated with 1 star
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Cathy of Orland Hills, IL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 13, 2013

On 7/8/11, we paid $2989.58 for a sliding glass patio door with the blinds in between the glass door. When the two arrived to install, one appeared to know his business and the other did not. The install was a little sloppy, but, we worked with it. The doors appeared slightly bowed, and, the screen would regularly jump out of the track. Again, it was not fixed to our satisfaction. About a month ago, we noticed that when the sun was shining on the doors, there were 6 streaks between the glass, where the blinds were touching the glass between the windows. Quite unsightly. We called for service, and, were given a date approximately a month out.

We were quoted $225.00 for the labor to fix the warrantied door. The gentlemen who arrived were professional and courteous. They replaced one door and said the mechanism was on the wrong side, and, we asked about the other door. They said we only requested one. Not true. If that were the case, the gentleman taking my call should have asked "right or left" since the mechanics do not appear to be interchangeable. The blinds on the entry door are now only 50% operable. The other door is status quo. Now both doors panels are to be replaced at a cost of $325.00. The labor date is scheduled about six weeks out. How can there be a labor charge if the product is no good in the first place? It makes absolutely no sense.

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Julie of Des Plaines, IL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 11, 2013

I bought windows and a balcony door for my condo 2 years ago and now these products are failing. They are drafty and warping. They are supposed to be thermal vinyl Argon gas windows and door. This fall I had water coming in thru the balcony door and when I called they said warranty is over and I have to pay 160$ for someone to come out and look at it. What a scam how are they gonna have a 10 years parts warranty but labor not included. My windows are always full of water and mold and I bet if I take apart the moulding there would be mold all inside the window. Worst purchase I ever made, out 3900$.

Rated with 1 star
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Dolores of Butler, NJ Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 9, 2013

My mother purchased 7 replacement wood Pella windows to alleviate drafts caused by our old windows. She paid $1,000 per window. The replacement windows are junk. We have more significant drafts than before. The service people have been called and they come and they put in little rubber stoppers in the side of the windows. The stoppers fall out and the drafts continue. The windows leak on the side of the window and therefore I don't think these are custom measured windows. They don't fit right.

We now have cardboard and towels on the window sills to prevent the cold air from coming in. We are really disappointed and outraged at the quality of these windows and frankly would like them taken out but unfortunately we can't afford new windows. We made a big mistake and now we are paying for it. We expected quality but what we got was junk.

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Rated with 1 star
Original review: Dec. 8, 2013

I have to replace three out of five Pella panels for $6000. The water got in between the aluminum panel and wood and rotted out. Now I have four sashes where the water got between the bottom of the sash aluminum cladding and wood. That's going to cost me another $3000. All in a home 13 years old. Pella windows are garbage. Don't be a fool and buy their garbage. The company has no integrity. Rather than do the morally correct thing and admit it and make good, you hear lies like the builder installed them wrong, and they make that statement and never even inspect the windows! I hope their company goes bankrupt from the Saltzman class action lawsuit. That would be best for the American consumer.

Rated with 1 star
Thomas of Reading, PA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 6, 2013

We built our house in 1988 (yes - that's a long time ago, but read on) and purchased (direct from a Pella store) 32 aluminum clad wood windows for a handsome sum. We thought Pella was a high quality product. Within a year or so, the latches on the double hung windows started to fail. They simply fell apart. Early on, I would call Pella and they would send a replacement latch out free of charge. The original latch had a button on it that is depressed to open the latch. The replacement latches provided don't have this feature. Clearly, given the number of latches that have failed (more than half of them), the original design was defective.

Within the past year, 4 more original latches have failed (again, they simply fall apart, leaving the window unsecure). Pella wants $21 EACH, plus $15 shipping and handling (worse than a telemarketing scam). This is a ridiculous price for a simple mechanism, and one would think that Pella would make good on a defective design. I could understand them needing to charge for a part after 25 years, but NOT WHEN THE PRODUCT WAS A DEFECTIVE DESIGN FROM THE GET-GO, and it is obvious that it was. I would never purchase another product from them and intend to spread the word via every social media format I can.

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Pella 150 Series products offer the energy-efficient options that will meet or exceed ENERGY STAR certification in all 50 states. Long-lasting, high-quality vinyl. Resists warping. Have fewer worries about warping, sagging or bowing. Fade-resistant formula. Windows are performance-tested for excellent weathering, durability and color retention.

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Hi. Could someone tell me if I've put this in the right area of Houzz? We are considering a high end Pella sliding glass door, with blinds between the panes. I have a couple of concerns, though, and hope someone can provide input. I am trying to attach a photo of our style choice but it didn't upload the first time so I had to leave it in a comment below so see that for the photo of the style we're considering.

First, I was assured that the blinds (we choose a neutral color for ease in later resale of the house) would not get dusty or be a problem. Has this been true for those of you who have used Pella sliding doors? We'd really like to get the blinds option because curtains aggravate our allergies but I'd be bothered by looking at dusty blinds between the panes.

Also, we are not going with vinyl sliding glass doors because I think the Architect and Designer series seems more upscale and helps maintain or add to home value. Do buyers care about that as much as I'm assuming?

But most important: how happy have any of you been with Pella sliding glass doors? Thanks! This is a relatively expensive decision for us.

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