Single-Hung Windows

Single-hung windows from Pella of Edmonton add elegance to any room. They open from the bottom for ventilation, making them easy-to-use and efficient. These windows provide great protection against the elements with their cam-action locks that pull the sashes in to the weatherstripping.

With single-hung windows presented in several of our product lines and in three material types, it’s not hard to find Pella® replacement windows to work with your budget. Also, our number of glass options can give you better energy efficiency and possibilities to keep your local environment in mind.

Wood

Architect Series®

Architect Series single-hung kitchen windows
Fiberglass

Pella® Impervia® Series

  • Created with Duracast®—the strongest, most durable material you can get in windows1
  • Excellent weather protection
  • Quality finishes
  • ENERGY STAR®-rated options save energy
Pella Impervia single-hung fiberglass windows
Vinyl

Pella® 350 Series

  • Virtually invisible, exclusive SmoothSeam welded corners
  • Robust, detailed frame profile
  • Sturdier and more durable than typical vinyl windows2
  • ENERGY STAR®-rated features save energy
Pella 350 Series single-hung living room window
Vinyl

Pella® 250 Series

  • Well-built frame design resists warping and twisting
  • More of our most well-liked design details and options
  • ENERGY STAR®-rated features save energy
Pella 250 Series single-hung kitchen window
Vinyl

Encompass by Pella®

  • Excellent craftsmanship backed by Pella
  • Styles and options to accommodate the majority of budgets
  • Easy-to-care-for vinyl frames—no more painting!
  • ENERGY STAR®-rated features save energy
Encompass by Pella single-hung dining room windows

See the complete line of Pella replacement, single-hung windows at your neighborhood Pella showroom, or click below to schedule your free, in-home consultation.





1In testing performed in accordance with ASTM testing standards. Duracast® fiberglass composite from Pella has displayed superior performance in strength, ability to withstand heat and cold, and resistance to dents and scratches.
2Based on the force required to bend a window frame profile.