Pella Casement Window Sash Repair

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Old 09-21-18, 09:17 AM
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Pella Casement Window Sash Repair

Is there a source for the various wood parts to repair the rotted bottom rails of casement sashes for Pella Pro-line? Or engineering dimensions of the milling?

I have several sashes in this condition and I don't want to get replacement sashes (Pella couldn't be bothered anyhow) and I've looked through the lawsuit info and i'll still be in for 5 figures to replace it. Looks like with a little patience this is easily fixable, but I'm stuck at creating the replacement wood.

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Old 09-21-18, 10:00 AM
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No, the sashes must be replaced... and if you have a fixed unit I believe that the entire unit must be replaced on prolines.
 
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The sashes aren't reparable at all? Is there a specific reason why? Not looking for perfection just function.
 
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Old 09-21-18, 03:51 PM
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If you aren't a believer in the saying "time is money" or if you just have plenty of time to burn, knock yourself out. I believe this is the cross section detail. Good luck.

http://media.pella.com/professional/...50-CM_XSEC.pdf
 
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