Most Clients Choose These Windows When Beautifying Their Homes In Christian County And Greene County, Missouri
Knowing how much something can cost usually brings a sense of relief with it. We want you to feel that, so we’re going to tell you!
In this post, you’ll find out what the 3 most common windows we sell are. You’ll also discover what they can cost as well as some of what changes the price.
Everybody Can’t Be Wrong
“Well, mostly. But when it comes to windows I’m sure the most common is good,” says Chris.
Amanda sighs. “I suppose you’re right. If a lot of people bought and are still buying them, they must be worth it. Ok, so what are the most common Pella window types? And how much do Pella windows cost?”
“I don’t know off the top of my head, but I know where we might be able to find out!” says Chris, taking his phone out. “I was looking around earlier and found a local window contractor’s blog.”
He pulls up the website and looks through the blog. “Here we go, perfect!” Chris turns his phone so Amanda can look with him.
Here’s what the couple discovers:
3 Of The Most Commonly Purchased Pella Window Types
The most common Pella window types are the 250 Series, Impervia, and Lifestyle. While they all have similar features, the main difference is the frame material. The 250 is vinyl, Impervia is fiberglass, and Lifestyle is wood and aluminum. Vinyl’s the weakest while wood and aluminum are the most durable.
About These Pella Window Types
Each of these window types is double-hung. This means the top and bottom slide up and down. Both top and bottom also fold inward so you can easily clean the outside.
They also have punch features. These are little knobs you can stick out that only let the window open a couple of inches. You can leave them open at night without worry!
Each also comes with a lifetime warranty.
How Much These Pella Windows Cost
These Pella window prices are for one 3-foot wide by 5-foot tall window. The 250 Series costs $900 to $950, the Impervia costs $1,100 to $1,200, and the Lifestyle cost $1,400 to $1,500.
What Can Change The Cost
Amount of installation. The more windows you have us install the higher the price will be. More windows, time, and labor are needed, raising the cost.
Size. Bigger windows cost more because they take more time, materials, and labor to make.
Trim and drywall. We may need to, or you may want us to, do new trim or drywall return to make the window look better. This does take more time, materials, and labor.
Extras. You can have extras like grids on the glass or blinds between the glass. They can make your windows look or operate better, but it costs money for these extras.
Classic Home Concept’s Relationship With Pella
“Pella does a great job, one of the best window companies in the country.”Chris Treese, founder, and owner of CHC
You can buy the windows straight from them and have us do the install. You can also buy the windows straight from us and have us install them. Mostly, people do the second option when it isn’t a typical installation. For example, if you want to turn a window into a door or vice versa.
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“Boom, there we go,” says Chris happily, glad he found the post where he thought it’d be. Amanda smiles. “Ok, I’m interested, for sure. Let’s see if this blog has anything else we can use.