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Pella Impervia Patio Doors - Engineered for High Performance

Explore redesigned Pella Impervia fiberglass sliding patio doors, made from our proprietary fiberglass material, the strongest material for windows and patio doors. These doors are available with a low-profile sill and optional performance enhancements to meet ADA requirements. And they’re engineered for long-lasting durability.

Complement your home with windows that provide exceptional durability, beauty and peace of mind. Pella’s proprietary, low-maintenance fiberglass is tested to withstand some of the harshest conditions, including extreme heat and sub-zero cold, damaging UV rays and seacoast environments.


Created with a one-of-a-kind manufacturing process, our fiberglass is the strongest material for windows, engineered for lasting durability. Our long-lasting powder-coat finish meets AAMA 624 which is a highly-rated fiberglass coating.


Versatile design elements combined with sleek profiles and clean lines deliver a timeless style. With an up-to-date color palette, including Black, grilles-between-the-glass and a revolutionary hardware solution, these windows will help you achieve your design vision.


Pella Impervia products are engineered to withstand the rigorous performance requirements of a commercial building, so you can trust them to perform in your home. Suitable for all climates, our fiberglass windows and patio doors help you create a comfortable home year-round.

Contact Lowery's Today!

Contact Lowery's Window and Doors to learn more about how Pella Windows & Doors are perfect for your home. Lowery's Window and Doors serve Northern Arizona and is based in Payson, Arizona. For more info visit: or call us at 928-468-0591 our showroom is located at: 107 W. Wade Ln. Payson, AZ 85541 This information was produced and published by Pella Windows and Doors.

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