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Pella Windows and Doors of Nashville showcases new local owner, showroom

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Pella Windows and Doors of Nashville celebrated a ribbon cutting on Friday, highlighting a recent change in ownership and a newly remodeled showroom in Franklin. 

In partnership with Williamson, Inc., the 82 staff members were congratulated on their commitment to the local economy. 

“We’re just so glad you’re in Franklin and Williamson County,” Nancy Conway, senior vice president of community relations for Williamson, Inc., said. “Their windows and doors are of the highest quality. They’re a great economic boost to Williamson County.”  

Located at 277 Mallory Station Road in Franklin, the local full-service Pella location offers nine different product lines for existing homes, new construction and commercial applications. 

They serve all of Middle Tennessee and the Memphis area. 

When Ben Talbot transitioned into being owner and president of Pella Windows and Doors of Nashville, it was a dream he had always wanted to pursue. 

“This fulfilled my lifelong dream of owning a business, so I couldn’t be more excited about that,” he said. 

Talbot is a Nashville native and a graduate of Western Kentucky University. He started working for Pella in 2004. 

From sales to operations, he worked his way up through the company until he finally transitioned to being the owner of the local Pella location approximately three months ago. 

The high-quality customer experience and an interactive showroom are some of the important aspects Talbot emphasized about the Franklin location. 

“When a customer walks into this building, we want them to know this is different,” Talbot said. “This is a different purchase experience with the best of the best people behind me.”

Community involvement is also something that is very important for Talbot and his business to be involved in.

“We want to be involved in organizations such as the chamber, nonprofit organizations and charitable organizations that we can potentially leverage the product we have to donate for potential builds,” he said. “We truly want to pay it forward and participate in charitable functions here in the community.”

Pella Windows and Doors of Nashville will host a community open house at its Franklin location on July 25 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

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