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During these uncertain economic times, home builders and contractors are working harder than ever to keep projects on …
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Pella Corporation, a leading window and door designer and manufacturer, announced today that Heaven Can Wait Animal …
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Now is the time to show support for organizations that have gone above and beyond to care for their local communities. …
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Pella Corporation, a leading window and door designer and manufacturer, announced today that it has selected Troy, Ohio …
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Weather experts predict above-normal activity in the Atlantic this hurricane season with NOAA’s Climate Prediction …
13 Standouts in New Window and Door Productsopens in new window
From new styles in steel garage doors to all-black window and door frames to meet trending consumer demand, these 13 products offer a range of attractive solutions for windows and doors.
The 2020 Model Remodel: A Childhood Home Rebornopens in new window
An iconic 1950s-era Mossman-Gladden house, the homeowner's childhood home, will get new life. Most remodeling projects have some sort of story to tell. But some offer that extra bit of nostalgia that makes them truly unique and special. That’s certainly the case with this year’s Model Remodel project.
Kids' Food Basket Wins Contest, $50,000opens in new window
Kids’ Food Basket, a nonprofit that aims to provide food to children in need in Ottawa, Allegan, Kent and Muskegon counties, was awarded $50,000 as one of two winners in the Hope At Work contest organized by Pella Corporation. The contest aimed to recognize organizations that have “gone above and beyond to care for their local communities.” Pella branches throughout the United States and Canada nominated organizations to participate in the Hope At Work contest. The contest encouraged communities to vote for winners and KFB came in second place with more than 15,000 votes over a three week period.
A New Sorority House By Michael G. Imberopens in new window
When The Faithful Sisters of Phi Mu, the second oldest female fraternity in America, decided to build a new sorority house on the University of Arkansas campus, they wanted to select a site and a style that would reflect their storied place in history. “The goal of both parties—the university and the sorority—was to add a traditional building of lasting quality,” says architect Michael G. Imber, FAIA, whose eponymous firm is based in San Antonio, Texas. “Our design is one of southern precedents with English influences.”
A Vote For Animalsopens in new window
The Heaven Can Wait animal shelter is looking for the public to help out by simply clicking a mouse. Kim Hessel says they're the lone Canadian group in the running for a big pay day from Pella Windows. "We've made a short list of 26 charities and not for profits to be potential recipients of a $50,000 grant toward renovations, toward operating costs towards whatever you need," she says. Hessel says they don't usually take part in these voting contests but says this one is worth the time and effort.