Pella gets ‘Insynctive’

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Pella gets ‘Insynctive’

Pella Corporation, the makers of Pella windows, has introduced its new “Insynctive” technology app.

The free Insynctive app allows users to self-monitor their windows and doors, and control and program motorized between-the-glass blinds and shades.

Users can locate and download the "Pella Insynctive" app in both Apple and Android stores. The Insynctive app delivers a DIY-friendly guided setup to help users connect their windows, doors, blinds and shades via the Pella Insynctive Bridge.

Users can easily check at-a-glance on the status of their windows and doors and receive status notifications through their mobile device.

“Through integrated technology and the new Pella Insynctive app, Pellawindows and doors can deliver the added peace of mind that our customers desire." said Caleb Klein, product manager for Insynctive technology at Pella. "As a company, our goal is to continue to create innovations like Insynctive that maintain the integrity of beautiful design, address the ever-changing needs of our customers, and make life easier by creating added security, comfort and convenience."

Pella Insynctive products are compatible with a wide variety of security systems and home automation systems.

Pella worked with MiOS, LTD., a global software company, on the creation and development of the Pella Insynctive app.