Can’t remember if you locked your front door or left your bedroom window open when you left your house? You’re not alone. Today, Pella® Corporation introduced its new Insynctive® technology app which provides homeowners self-monitored security via their mobile device. Now you can monitor the status of your Pella windows and doors and control motorized between-the-glass blinds and shades in a variety of Pella products, including Architect Series® collections, Designer Series® and entry doors. With the Pella Insynctive app, get real-time push notifications so you know the status of your windows and doors. This new Pella solution creates a way to achieve peace of mind for the 75 percent of Americans who have felt uncertain about whether or not they locked their doors.* Click here to learn more about the Pella Insynctive app works.
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Kicking off in Dallas on Jan. 17, and spanning across the United States and Canada through May 1, THE PRO EXPO Presented by Pella 2012 events are designed to bring together local building industry professionals.
The theme, “It’s YOUR time …” reflects the industry’s goal to help itself through a challenging market by equipping professionals with the tools and tactics they need to succeed.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/54200-the-pro-expo-presented-by-pella-for-building-professionals-it-s-your-time
We teach children how to cross a street and what to eat. We warn them not to talk to strangers. Pella Windows and Doors is asking parents and caregivers to also add fire and window safety to the key lessons they pass on to children.
October is Fire Prevention Month. Take time to develop and discuss your home fire safety escape plan, and at the same time, talk to your family about window safety and how to help prevent accidental falls in the home.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/52417-pella-windows-and-doors-fire-prevention-month-safety-tips
Whether gearing up for spring cleaning, new landscaping projects or home improvement tasks, industry leader Pella Corporation encourages families to add “window safety review” to their springtime to-do lists. Simple actions now can help protect the safety of loved ones all year.
April 3 - 9 is National Window Safety Week — an annual reminder to parents and caregivers about how to help prevent accidental window falls or injuries and how to use windows for potential emergency escapes. Pella Corporation teams up with the National Safety Council (NSC) to promote year-round window safety tips.
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