A variety of screen types, cloths and frame finishes
Innovative Screen1 Options
Never an afterthought, Pella window screens offer design teams many unique features and benefits.
Architect Series® Reserve™
Pella® 450 Series
Pella® 350 Series
Pella® 250 Series
Encompass by Pella®
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|Vivid View® high-transparency screen||X||X||X||X|
1Warning: Use caution when children or pets are around open windows and doors. Screens are not designed to retain children or pets.
2Available on casement windows only
3Available only on Architect Series Traditional
4WARNING: Screen will not stop child or pet from falling out of window or door. Keep child or pet away from open window or door.
Pella window screens are a standard option on double-hung, single-hung, sliding, casement and awning windows. Our premium screen features an extruded frame. Conventional fiberglass or high-transparency screen cloth options are available.
Pella Rolscreen® Retractable Screens
- Roll up and down like a shade on casement windows.
- Feature soft-close functionality.
- Disappears when not in use, allowing more light to flow into the room.
- Roll the screen away to protect them from the elements – helps reduce maintenance costs.
- Available as an optional feature on Architect Series Reserve, Architect Series Traditional and Designer Series wood and aluminum-clad wood casement windows.
- Made with InView high-transparency screen cloth.
Screen Frame Finishes
Pella screen frames feature durable, painted aluminum.
- Pella wood or aluminum-clad wood windows – Exterior screens match the window frame color; interior screens available in Champagne, White or Brown.
- Pella Impervia fiberglass windows – screen frame finish color available in White, Tan, Morning Sky Gray, Brown or Black.
- Pella 350 Series vinyl windows – screen frame finish color available in White, Almond or Brown.
- Pella 250 Series or Encompass by Pella vinyl windows – screen frame finish available in White or Almond.
- Made of a finer screen fabric than conventional screens.
- Provides a crisper, clearer view and allows more light and air to flow into the room.
- Unlike conventional screens, they're practically invisible from the street, so they improve your project's curb appeal.
Pella Vivid View Screens
- Let in 29% more light and 21% more airflow than conventional fiberglass screens.2
- An optional upgrade on Architect Series Reserve, Architect Series, Designer Series and Pella 450 Series wood or aluminum-clad wood windows.
Pella InView Screens
- Let in 14% more light and 8% more airflow than conventional fiberglass screens.2
- A standard option on Architect Series, Designer Series, Pella 450 Series wood or aluminum-clad wood windows.
- An optional upgrade on Pella Impervia fiberglass and Pella 350 Series vinyl windows.
Conventional Fiberglass Screens
- Durable and functional.
- Allows in the light and breeze.
- Provides a standard level of clarity.
- A standard option on Pella Impervia fiberglass and Pella 350 Series, Pella 250 Series and Encompass by Pella vinyl windows.
1WARNING: Screen will not stop child or pet from falling out of window or door. Keep child or pet away from open window or door.
2Improved airflow is based on calculated screen cloth openness. Screen cloth transmittance was measured using an integrated sphere spectrophotometer.
A local Pella team member is ready to help you with your project.
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