Sealrite Windows, clad sash replacement

After-market Sealrite Windows clad sash now available!  Fenster is pleased to announce the latest addition to our Quiksash line of after-market clad wood replacement sashes.

sealrite qsr first orderSealrite windows were made in a way that makes replacing the glass impossible.  How convenient!  For them, not for you.  Not since they are out of business!

Fenster now has an after-market, direct fit clad wood replacement sash to fit a sealrite window frame.  Our Quiksash line features solid pine wood with stainable/paintable interiors, lowE standard, or high performance lowE glass, and metal clad exteriors in three standard colors, or custom color match on minimum order quantities.

Do you have Sealrite Windows?

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Many clad wood windows look similar from the exterior.  Exactly why the Fenster Quiksash blends perfectly with many brands.  Sealrite Windows have a couple unique features to help identify them.  The vertical edge, or stile of the sash has a prominent rounded interior edge as seen in the photo above.  Also, the top and bottom of the sash, called the rail, has a pronounced rib that sticks out from the edge, also seen in the photo.

Fenster Quiksash is a simple and cost effective way to solve glass seal failure and hail damaged sealrite windows when compared to a full replacement window.  You now have options to repair only damaged windows with a direct fit after-market product avoiding a high priced full replacement or the disappointing switch to vinyl.

Looking for another brand?  We can help.  We currently have 12 Quiksash models available including Caradco, Rockwell, Pozzi, Norco, SNE, Windsor, and others.

We can still help, even if we currently don’t have your brand!  We can engineer a Quiksash model for practically any brand of clad casement sash with roll form clad exterior and guarantee the same fit, form and function of the original sash.  In most cases, our new Quiksash is better constructed with higher energy efficiency than your original window!

Hail Damage?  Seal Failure?  Wood Rot?  Look no further than Fenster Components for your sealrite windows, or many other brands of clad wood replacement sash.  Inquire today at www.fensterusa.com or sales@fensterusa.com

16 Comments

  • Peter Presley
    Posted July 7, 2016 at 2:47 pm | Permalink

    I have what I think is a caradco casement window – the crank is caradco for sure. Trying to repair some rotting I broke the glass during reinstallation . My Frankenstein repair rendered the window unrepairable. I am looking for a casement window 22.5 inches by 46 pivots out on the left side mounts with the right side moving out away from the house. The frame and hardware are still good. Can you help?

  • Gerald mcdonald
    Posted July 21, 2016 at 6:39 pm | Permalink

    I have a rotted window frame . Can i order a new window?

  • Ed Rizzo
    Posted October 5, 2016 at 2:35 pm | Permalink

    I have a Malta vinyl clad window that the top sash has rotted away. Can I get a clad replacement?

    • Posted October 6, 2016 at 1:04 am | Permalink

      Ed, Malta or Sealrite? Yes, we have a Malta vinyl clad double hung. You’re on the Sealrite blog?

      • Ed Rizzo
        Posted October 6, 2016 at 1:52 pm | Permalink

        Could I get the top sash or do I have to get the double hung replacement kit with both sashes and jamb liners?

        My windows have the balancer strings that go to springs behind the jamb liners.

        Thanks
        Ed

      • Posted October 7, 2016 at 11:42 pm | Permalink

        Ed, We don’t have a Sealrite double hung sash profile. So, do you need the sash, or is it the jambliners that’s the problem?

  • mikeradnov@yahoo.com
    Posted October 12, 2016 at 6:00 pm | Permalink

    1974 BiltBest clad fixed sash remoal, is it fastened thru the jamb from the sides?

  • Michelle
    Posted October 20, 2016 at 5:27 pm | Permalink

    Hello,
    I have caradco windows, this is the information I get from the window, classic primed CAR-057-005-93. One of the windows the glass is cracked and 2 windows I believe the seal was broken and there is a residue on the inside. I’m wondering if you sell the glass replacements or if it’s better to go to a local glass company for the glass? Thanks.

    • Posted October 21, 2016 at 12:21 pm | Permalink

      Michelle, Thanks for your comment. We get a ton of requests for replacement glass. Unfortunately UPS has failed miserably at helping us serve our customers with glass that shows up in one piece!! I thought online glass sales would be a great idea…at first. So anyway, yes, going to a local glass company is your best bet.

  • Joe Ray Morton
    Posted June 30, 2017 at 8:16 pm | Permalink

    I have a rotted window in which the seal is broken and the bottom rail has essentially disintegrated. In addition, the lower part of one of the stiles has rotted off. I have no idea who the manufacturer was, but if I was to send you a few pictures, would you be able to identify the maker and determine whether it is anything that you can help with?

    • Posted June 30, 2017 at 8:33 pm | Permalink

      Sure Joe! Send what you have to sales@fensterusa.com and we’ll do everything we can to help! Thanks!

      • Erica Stewart
        Posted September 22, 2017 at 2:33 pm | Permalink

        My husband and I just bought a home and it has MW windows. I’m in the same boat as Joe (above). We have one window sash that needs to be replaced and no idea how to find out what kind of window it is. It seems that someone pulled the vinyl off the outside and the wood on the inside has rotted. May I send you pictures as well and see if you can help?

        Thanks!

      • Posted September 22, 2017 at 9:23 pm | Permalink

        Sure Erica! You can send photos to sales@fensterusa.com and we’ll do our best to figure it out for you.

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