Pella® Corporation and Baldwin® Hardware Join Forces

Pella entry doors to incorporate Baldwin’s SmartKey® and sophisticated designs

Release date:Jul 25, 2016

Pella Corporation, a leading manufacturer and designer of windows, doors, blinds and shades for homes and commercial buildings, is collaborating with Baldwin Hardware, a leading brand of the Hardware & Home Improvement (HHI) division of Spectrum Brands, Inc. (NYSE:SPB), as the hardware supplier for Pella’s entry doors. 

“Door hardware is no longer just a lock and handle,” says Matt Kiernan, product development manager for Pella. “It is a statement piece representing the personality of the homeowner and design of their home. Working with Baldwin, with their 70 years of design experience takes Pella’s expertly crafted and engineered front doors to the next level of sophistication.”

Pella entry doors will now feature hardware from the Baldwin Reserve portfolio, including the SmartKey re-key system. Designs include:

  • Classic, Modern and Rustic collections with the choice of Bright Brass, Antique Brass, Satin Nickel, Polished Nickel, Polished Chrome, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, Matte Black, Distressed Bronze or Distressed Nickel finishes.
  • A Pella front door with Baldwin’s SmartKey re-key system, has a reprogrammable cylinder that gives owners the ability to re-key the lock in three easy steps.

“Just as the design and color of a home’s door adds to its curb appeal and highlights its architecture style, the hardware is a finishing touch that can really set it apart,” says PJ Rosch, senior brand manager for Baldwin Hardware, Spectrum Brands, Inc. – Hardware and Home Improvement Division. “The beauty and craftsmanship of Pella is the perfect partner for the bold designs and SmartKey innovation of Baldwin’s Reserve offering.”

The new hardware options will be available as part of the recently launched Vibrancy Collection and six new panel designs from Pella.

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