By David Winzelberg

Calverton-based Reilly Windows & Doors has been acquired by Pella Corporation in a deal that closed August 1.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

The Calverton company remains under the leadership of Michael Reilly and its 180 employees will continue making custom windows and doors at the firm’s 192,000-square-foot facility at 901 Burman Blvd.

Reilly’s products will eventually be integrated into the Pella Crafted Luxury collection that is showcased in Pella’s 7,000-square-foot showroom at Chicago’s Merchandise Mart, according to a statement from the Iowa-based window and door giant.

Founded in 1983, Reilly Windows & Doors has worked with architects and custom builders to manufacture architectural windows and doors in wood, bronze, and steel for the residential and commercial sectors.

“From the very beginning, the reputation and breadth of offering from Reilly Windows & Doors has grown due to the beauty and superiority of our products,” Michael Reilly, company founder and president, said in the statement. “Partnering with Pella Corporation allows us to continue that growth as we join the Pella Crafted Luxury collection of brands.”

Reilly’s firm was represented by attorneys Joe Campolo and Vincent Costa of Ronkonkoma-based Campolo, Middleton & McCormick in the acquisition.

Pella, founded in 1925 and headquartered in Pella, Iowa, has more than 7,500 employees and a dozen manufacturing facilities throughout the U.S.

Pella acquires LI manufacturer