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February 2, 2012 News

WFOX 980 AM

Tune in to channel WFOX 980AM from 9am-12noon to hear Rodger Wyland LIVE from Indianapolis broadcasting Big Board Sports Super Bowl Special sponsored by R.M. Pena!

January 23, 2012 News

More Window Options

Brazilian Pecan woodgrain interior with Earthtone exterior is now available!  Hardware color options now available as well… Oil Rubbed Bronze, Antique Brass, Satin Nickel among others.  Visit our showroom to look at these great new additions to our window and door line.

January 6, 2012 News

The Great Northeast Homeshow in Albany

 Mark your calendars!  February 10-12, 2012.  The Great Northeast Homeshow…the largest show under one roof!  No better time or place to compare our window line and products with other brands.  Visit us at the Convention Center booths 401, 402, 419.  We hope to see you there!  

October 22, 2011 News

New Color Option Coming Soon!

   More options!!  Coming in December 2011 a new color option will be available for our Restorations window line!  Brazilian Pecan woodgrain interior with Earthtone exterior.  Visit our showroom to view this new color option!

September 27, 2011 News

Still a few months left to take advantage of tax credits for 2011

Did you miss out on the $1500 energy tax credit?  Did you know there are still tax credits out there?  Tax credits for windows and doors are still available.  Qualifying doors receive a $500 credit and windows a $200.   Here are the details. Tax credit: 10% of cost of the home improvement, up to

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Fresh look?

Something new at R.M. Pena is our outdoor sign!  We recently tore down our old wooden red one and replaced it with a fresh new look.  Many of the materials used for the sign were constructed using materials that we have available to you!  Let R.M. Pena help create a fresh new look to your

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Winter is on the way…

Winter is fast approaching!  Did you experience major ice build-up last winter?  You may want to consider having us take a look at your insulation.  Lack of insulation and improper venting in your attic leads to heat loss out of your roof.  The warm air from inside your home rises, hits the roof and melts