Pella Impervia Windows Reviews

Pella Windows and Doors are one of the most recognizable brands in the U.S. They tend to be pricey, which may or may not be worth the quality of the product you are buying -- it really depends on the specific window series you are considering.

Pella Fiberglass Windows receive a 3.8 rating out of 5 stars -- read 18 Pella window reviews via our Pella manufacturing page. Use the breadcrumb link above to read about this popular brand.

Explore 2022 Pella Impervia windows reviews, prices and warranty information on this well known fiberglass window option.The Pella Impervia is the company's fiberglass window that tends to receive so-so reviews from contractors and installers in terms of overall looks and construction. In terms of performance, the double pane double hung Impervia receives a .33 U-Value, which is pretty unimpressive. Howevre, because of Pella's widely known name in the industry (and high marks for their quality wood clad windows), the Impervia gets quite a bit of attention and is a well known series in the industry. On the plus side, industry insiders do like the large numbers of colors and options available, as well as the nice sleek frame. Many contractors would suggest doing a touch/feel comparison with the Marvin Infinity before purchasing the Impervia so you can compare two of the top selling fiberglass windows on the market. The Pella Impervia Window Series gets a 3.9 out of 5 star rating.

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Pella Impervia Window Cost

Pella Impervia window costs should run approximately $750 to $950 fully installed. This is an ample price range that will be affected by: size of window, window type, glass options, installation requirements, etc. Installation is often one third of the project cost. Comparably priced fiberglass windows include Marvin Infinity and Milgard Ultra.

-- Window Itself: $550 to $700 --

-- Installation: $75 to $250 per opening --

-- Window & Installation: $750 to $950 -- *

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Pella Impervia Window Warranty

Pella windows include a Limited Lifetime Warranty. All nonglass materials and workmanship are warrantied to be free from manufacturing defects for the life of the original buyer for as long as they own their home. The company will repair, replace or refund the original owner from the defective parts or full window (the company will also cover the cost of the installation for 2 years from the date of purchase). If the home is sold to another owner, the warranty covers the new owner for 10 years from the date of purchase.

Non-laminated glass is covered for a period of 20 years and laminated glass is covered for a period of 10 years. Any product with EnduraClad Exterior Paint is warrantied for 20 years from the original date of purchase. Their Exterior Surround carries a 25 year limited Warranty.

Pella Impervia Window Reviews

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Pella Impervia Windows Cost Bid

Hi - we got a bid from Gordon back in December but he didn't say he would replace "down to the studs" and he also said he didn't do the trim or put our blinds back up which Pella said they would do so that seems like extra expense we would have to add.

Also, Pella has their own store here for warranty & repair work. We can call Gordon back to clarify I guess. I did find the Champion place here but read that they were usually priced higher & there also appears to be a BBB alert on them locally. Marvin appears to only be available from a small lumber yard here.

I think we may just go with Pella based on those circumstances. We would only get the FIVE 77 x 58 windows & a patio door (with single or double hung it would be counted as ten windows). We could get slide, single hung or double hung. We are leaning toward single hung fiberglass white (unfortunately fiberglass doesn't come in almond for some reason).

Right now I'm waiting to get detailed Pella bid but it looks like (with current 25% off + 3% veteran discounts) it would run around $16,000.00 for the 12 windows. Is there a reason you don't like Impervia?

Barb - Homeowner - March, 2021

Website Editor's Answer

Barb, he Pella Impervia, in my opinion, is less well made, than the Marvin Integrity or Essentials series. If the prices are similar, you might want to at consider the Marvin...just my two cents.

Editor Jim R. - March, 2021