Our Pella Window Prices Guide provides a thorough review of Prices & Costs for each Pella window series from one of the industry’s top manufacturers. We also provide an overview of the Pella Company and its history.
The Pella Window Company
The Pella company was founded in Pella, Iowa by the Kuyper family who invented a roll-up window screen. The shade-type screen, the Rolscreen, has gone through many innovative improvements and is still manufactured today. More profitably, the windows the company began to produce became popular throughout the Midwest and eventually the entire country.
Pella remains privately owned by the Kuyper Family. Currently, the company employs 6,000 team members and has 10 production facilities with products featured in more than 200 window and door showrooms. They are also carried by several national “big box” stores. Annual sales for Pella window and door products exceed $1Billion.
Pella has adopted the Kaizen Methodology of continuous improvement, founded on the Japanese philosophy of change for the better. The methodology has been applied to a wide range of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, banking and government.
Pella Window Prices
Like most successful businesses, Pella has created lines of windows across the price spectrum in order to appeal to a wider range of consumers. Pella Architect Series and Pella Designer Series windows are the top of the line. Both wood window series are among the most expensive in the industry. They offer you rich beauty and a wonderful variety of options and accessories.
If you want Pella wood windows at a more affordable price point, the Pella ProLine 450 Series is a great alternative. It is comprised of the most popular sizes, features and options with only a slight drop-off in quality. The energy efficiency is very good too.
For an affordable alternative to vinyl, take a look at Pella Impervia fiberglass windows with a woodgrain texture. The Duracast technology creates a tough, attractive window suitable for any home and climate.
The Pella 350 Series windows are Pella’s most energy-efficient vinyl windows available. With a lifetime limited warranty, you can count on outstanding durability. For a very affordable vinyl window, consider the Encompass by Pella windows that are also known as ThermoStar by Pella windows.
Most of the Pella windows series offer Energy Star rated glass packages, some designed to meet the characteristics of specific climates – very cold, those with a majority of sunny days and more.
Price Disclaimer: Note that many window companies supply their products through third party retailers and so the prices shown below may vary greatly from retailer to retailer and contractor to contractor. There are also many other factors which can affect window installation / replacement. We therefore recommend you use our sytem to find a contractor in your local area, who can give you a free accurate and personalized quotation.
|Pella Window Prices By Series & Type|
|Pella 350 (Vinyl) Series Windows||Unit Price (Supply Only)||Unit Price (Including Installation)|
|Pella 350 Double-Hung Window||$47 – $152||$65 – $197.60|
|Pella 350 Single-Hung Window||$109 – $170||$141.70 – $221|
|Pella 350 Awning Window||$64 – $81||$83 – $105|
|Pella 350 Sliding Window||$77 – $285||$101 – $370|
|Pella 350 Casement Window||$89 – $329||$115 – $427|
|Pella 450 (Proline) Series Windows||Unit Price (Supply Only)||Unit Price (Including Installation)|
|Pella 450 Double-Hung Window||$127 – $222||$165 – $288|
|Pella 450 Casement Window||$198 – $298||$257 – $387|
|Pella 450 Awning Window||$99 – $189||$128 – $245|
|Pella 750 (Designer) Series Windows||Unit Price (Supply Only)||Unit Price (Including Installation)|
|Pella 750 Double-Hung Window||$299 – $999||$388 – $1300|
|Pella 750 Casement Window||$399 – $1599||$518 – $2080|
|Pella 750 Awning Window||$299 – $699||$388 – $910|
|Pella 850 (Architect) Series Windows||Unit Price (Supply Only)||Unit Price (Including Installation)|
|Pell Architect Series windows are extremely variable in price due to them being so customizable. It’s highly recommended you ask for a specific quote to suit your own needs if you’re looking at purchasing Architect Series windows. Prices will often range from $500 to $1000+ per window. An example project could be around $17K – $27K for between 20 and 27 windows.|
|Pella 850 Single-Hung Window||$$$ – $$$$||$$$ – $$$$|
|Pella 850 Awning Window||$$$ – $$$$||$$$ – $$$$|
|Pella 850 Double-Hung Window||$$$ – $$$$||$$$ – $$$$|
|Pella 850 Casement Window||$$$ – $$$$||$$$ – $$$$|
|Pella Encompass (Vinyl) Windows||Unit Price (Supply Only)||Unit Price (Including Installation)|
|Pella Encompass Double-Hung Window||$109 – $220||$141 – $286|
|Pella Encompass Single-Hung Window||$89 – $190||$115 – $166|
|Pella Encompass Awning Window||$64 – $81||$83 – $105|
|Pella Encompass Sliding Window||$77 – $285||$100 – $370|
|Pella Encompass Casement Window||$108 – $329||$140 – $427|
|Pella Impervia (Fibreglass) Windows||Unit Price (Supply Only)||Unit Price (Including Installation)|
|Pella Impervia Double-Hung Window||$131 – $240||$170 – $312|
|Pella Impervia Single-Hung Window||$99 – $209||$128 – $271|
|Pella Impervia Awning Window||$78 – $198||$101 – $257|
|Pella Impervia Sliding Window||$112 – $380||$145 – $494|
|Pella Impervia Casement Window||$114 – $419||$148 – $544|
More Information on the Pella Windows Series
Each series offers unique features that give it an identity of its own. In the sections below, you’ll find out what makes each one stand apart.
Pella Architect Series 850 Wood Windows
Available in: Double-hung, single-hung, casement, awning, sliding, bay, bow and fixed windows in a variety of standard and custom shapes. Both standard and custom sizes are offered.
This line of windows is comparable to fine furniture with a handcrafted, beautifully finished look. The available wood choices are Mahogany, Alder, Douglas Fir, Pine, White Oak, Red Oak and Maple.
On the exterior of the window, your options include bare wood with Pella’s EnduraGuard protection that helps prevent moisture penetration, decay, staining and insect infestation. Wood exteriors have a shorter warranty than aluminum-clad ones. The EnduraClad aluminum-clad exterior is offered in a wide range of standard and custom colors.
Options include several grille patterns that make your windows unique. Many different glass packages are available including Energy Star options and glass that is colored, tinted or textured in a variety of styles.
Pella Designer Series 750 Wood Windows
Available in: Double-hung, casement, awning, sliding, bay, bow and fixed windows in a variety of standard and custom sizes.
A greater number of options and accessories set apart the Designer Series windows. These include triple-pane glass for superior energy efficiency and sound control.
One of the most popular reasons for choosing these Pella wood windows is the snap-in option. The glass panes are actually hinged. This allows you to open the interior pane and change the shades, blinds or panels between the glass panes. The shades can be raised and lowered or louvered. The advantage is that between-the-glass shades and blinds don’t collect dust!
Wood choices are Pine (standard), Mahogany, Alder and Douglas Fir. The windows are available with bare or primed interiors for you to finish as you like. In addition, eight stain colors and three paint colors are offered in finished windows.
On the exterior, you’ve got the choice of EnduraGuard treated, stained windows and many colors of the EnduraClad aluminum cladding for greater durability.
Between the glass, Pella gives you more than 30 options for snap-in blinds, decorative (fixed) panels and fabric shades that can be raised and lowered.
Accessories and options include a lovely array of grille and hardware choices, window packages, screens and factory-assembled combination window such as two casement windows centered by a fixed window.
Pella ProLine 450 Series Wood Windows
Available in: Double-hung, casement, awning, sliding, bay, bow and fixed windows. Most styles are made to order in ¼” increments to fit most window openings. Factory-assembled window combinations produce nearly unlimited options.
Pella’s most affordable wood windows still offer excellent quality and a nice complement of accessories and options. The interiors can be left bare or primed, or you can select one of eight prefinished stain and three prefinished paint choices.
Eight EnduraClad aluminum cladding options are available for the exterior of the windows. Additional selections include three grille profiles, each in several styles, six hardware styles and three types of screens.
Single-pane and double-pane windows are offered, including some with Energy Star efficiency. Obscure textured, tinted and durable laminated glass choices are worth looking at too.
Pella Impervia Fiberglass Windows
Available in: Double-hung, single-hung, casement, awning, bay, bow and fixed windows in a range of standard sizes.
These durable fiberglass windows are textured to have the appearance of painted wood. They offer good energy efficiency along with a reasonable number of style options. These tough yet attractive windows do very well in all weather conditions.
While not having the accessory and option choices of Pella’s best windows, the Pella Impervia windows do offer a selection of screens, grille patterns and profiles, hardware and glass. For interior and exterior, color options are white, tan and brown, and a different color may be selected for each side.
Pella 350 Series Vinyl Windows
Available in: Double-hung, single-hung, casement, awning, bay, bow and fixed windows in a variety of shapes.
Triple pane glass is offered, meeting Energy Star requirements and reducing noise penetration from outside. Pella’s unique reinforced frame design makes these windows more durable and more resistant to flexing and twisting than most.
Frame colors are white, tan and brown. A variety of grille patterns and profiles, hardware finishes, screens and glass packages allow you to put together a package of windows that gives you the look and performance you want.
Encompass Vinyl Windows by Pella
Available in: Double-hung, single-hung, casement, awning, bay, bow and fixed window styles.
Designed to be affordable while offering good quality, performance and options, the Encompass windows are an excellent value. Frame colors are white and putty.
Pella Encompass windows give you several choices for grille profile, grille pattern, hardware finish and glass option. They are backed by a very good warranty.
Don’t Forget About Professional Installation
DIY homeowners sometimes overlook the value of having a professional window contractor handle the installation. Your new Pella windows, or those from any brand, need to be properly installed in order to assure quality fit that won’t leak air or moisture, energy efficiency and durability. If a window isn’t properly installed and it fails, the warranty will not cover repair or replacement.
Windows can be a significant investment for a new or remodeled home. Protect that investment with installation done by a qualified contractor. You can get started with a FREE no-obligation window estimate from certified, pre-screened window contractors in your area.
Learn More About Pella Windows From Other Resources
If you want to find out more about each of the Pella window ranges, learn more about the Pella window company or maybe obtain a set of competitive price quotes for your window project, the links shown below have been collated to provide you with the information you need.
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We are always on the lookout for project prices that our readers have paid to have their own Pella windows installed. Any personal information you submit through our “user submissions” form is not displayed publicly. However any project information you submit will be listed below to help readers get ideas of cost for their own window replacement projects. In our Pella price comparison table below we display the geographical location, number and type of windows, whether installation was included, the amount paid and the overall average per window.
|Location / Year||No||Type||Series||Installed?||Amount||Average Per Window|
|Houston, TX||16||Double Hung & Picture||–||Yes||$13,400||$837|