Pella Mid-Atlantic and the Maryland Building Industry Association’s Home Builders Care Foundation recently teamed up to provide and install nearly $100,000 worth of new windows and doors at Patriot Point.
“Pella Mid-Atlantic is honored and proud to contribute to the Patriot Point replacement window and door project,” said David Lebowitz, General Manager, Eastern Shore, Pella Mid-Atlantic. “Giving back to our veterans in this way, where they can enjoy the beauty of the Eastern Shore with their families, is a wonderful way for us to participate in supporting the men and women who defend our freedom. The new windows and doors will add to the enjoyment of their stays at the property.”
The project replaced all of the exterior windows and doors on the 1925 Main House with more than 30 Pella Lifestyle Series Windows (the number one performing wood window for the combination of energy, efficiency and sound) and five Pella Brand Entry Doors.
The Home Builders Care Foundation, which is the charitable arm of the MBIA, contributed financially to the project and worked with Pella Mid-Atlantic and the Military Bowl Foundation to lead and coordinate the construction efforts.
“The Military Bowl Foundation and Patriot Point are so fortunate to have partners such as Pella Mid-Atlantic and the Maryland Building Industry Association,” Military Bowl Foundation President & Executive Director Steve Beck said. “Not only do they share our commitment to honoring and supporting our nation’s service members, but they take things to the next level and then some with their incredible generosity, helping us improve Patriot Point and give our service members this wonderful retreat to enjoy.”