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Pella Corporation, a leading window and door manufacturer and designer, has acquired Win-Dor, LLC, a vinyl window and …
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Pella’s newest innovation, Hidden Screen, continues to be recognized for pushing the boundaries of design and …
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Architects can turn to Pella and its newest innovation, Hidden Screen, with confidence for their building projects. The …
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As manufacturers seek to fill four million high-skill, high-tech and high-paying jobs over the next decade, Pella …
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Good Housekeeping announced its inaugural list of 2022 Good Housekeeping Home Reno Award winners, and Pella Corporation …
Architectural Record: New Window and Door Products for Autumn 2022opens in new window
Read how the latest window and door products raise the bar on innovation and convenience, including Pella's new Hidden Screen.
Good Housekeeping: 2022 Home Renovation Awardsopens in new window
Hidden Screen has made Good Housekeeping magazine's inaugural list of 2022 Home Reno Award winners. The experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute were sent the Hidden Screen where they reviewed its functionality and durability. Read what they had to say about it and view the full list of winner.
HGTV Magazine: Come On In! opens in new window
If you're thinking of switching out your front door look no further than the latest issue of HGTV Magazine. Pella's mahogany front door is featured as the Front Door of the Month.
We Are Iowa: Forbes Survey Names Best Iowa Employersopens in new window
70,000 people nationwide participated in Forbes' fourth annual survey focused on finding "America's Best Employers" and Pella Corporation was named the best company to work for in Iowa.
The Wall Street Journal: Facing Labor Shortages, Pella Reinvents the Company Town in Rural Iowaopens in new window
Pella Corp. has offices and manufacturing plants in more than 30 cities across the U.S. and Canada. But one of the toughest jobs, say executives at this closely held maker of windows and doors, is convincing workers to locate here in its hometown, a rural city of about 10,000 residents 45 miles southeast of Des Moines. Read how the company is spending $30 million hoping to get people to move to its headquarters in the digital and print edition. *Subscription to The Wall Street Journal is required.
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