New Bold Color Options for Pella’s Vinyl Windows and Patio Doors
Nine new colors add design flexibility and consistency for consumers and builders
DuraColor Tan, Poplar White, Fossil, Hartford Green, Morning Sky Gray, Black, Brick Red, and Portobello join the existing Almond, White and Brown as new color options for the exterior of Pella’s 250 Series and Pella’s 350 Series windows and patio doors.
“Homeowners and builders now have more style and design flexibility with the introduction of these new colors,” says Duane Putz, Product Manager with Pella. “The new color palette was added based on feedback directly from customers regarding changing design needs.”
The new dual-color options consist of a white interior and a colored exterior, except with White and Almond which are solid colors that are available on the interior and exterior. The enhanced paint process provides consistent quality and a high-quality finish for creating a signature look for a customer’s home or other property.
Homeowners and builders now have more style and design flexibility with the introduction of these new colors.
“The new colors also carry over to the most popular grille options, Simulated-Divided-Light Grilles, and ¾ inch contour Grilles-Between-the-Glass (GBG),” added Putz. “Want a Black frame on the outside with White grilles? We can do that with the GBG. Or maybe a Hartford Green outer frame with Tan grilles is more fitting with your design. We can do that too.”
The new finish is a unique formula designed and tested for use on vinyl products installed in homes across the United States and Canada, from extreme heat to extreme cold. Customers can expect consistent performance of the colored products across varied environments, and the color options will be available for purchase and installation across the country.
The full-color palette for Pella 250 Series and Pella 350 Series vinyl windows and patio doors are covered under the DuraColor Exterior Paint Limited Warranty. Visit pella.com/warranty for Limited Warranty details, including exceptions and limitations.
Pella takes great care in selecting the right materials for varied climates. Pella’s DuraColor exterior finishes exceed industry standards for fade resistance* to help ensure long-lasting vibrancy. *Exceeds AAMA 613 test requirements
To design and make distinct windows and doors for architects, builders, and homeowners, that perform against the harsh conditions of Mother Nature, yet are beautifully conceived as art, it takes a passion for detail and precision-focus on solving pain points. All of that, along with meticulous craftsmanship can be found in the windows and doors from Pella Corporation. Founded in 1925 and headquartered in Pella, Iowa, Pella Corporation’s 13 manufacturing locations craft windows and doors with exceptional details for contemporary, authentically historic or traditional styled structures. Plus, offer the services of building science and custom capabilities to be a design solution for any home or building.