Desperately Seeking Window Sash Parts!

Fenster Components is diligently pursuing all opportunities to provide our customers with completely assembled, cladded window sash that is ready to be installed. We seek sample window sash parts to put through our R&D process to fulfill this growing product request.

We require a disassembled cladded sash frame with the glass removed and all cladding intact. The following window brands and models are specifically needed. In addition, actual series names, model numbers and/or old brochures would also be extremely helpful.

Biltbest Windows: Cladded casements and double hungs.

Caradco Windows: Heritage I and Heritage II casement and the Car-Clad double hung.

Craftline Windows: All Craftline products sold between 1978-2010.

Malta Windows: Any wood and wood/clad Malta sash products sold from 1978-2010.

MW Windows: Freedom primed, Freedom 600/800 wood-clad and Jefferson 100-400 wood clad.

Pozzi Windows: Any ’80s or ’90s era cladded Pozzi casement or double hung, and any cladded casement or double hung sold by Jeld-Wen as a Pozzi series.

Norco Windows: Original Norco cladded casement and double hung, and Jeld-Wen produced sash sold as Norco series products.

Rockwell Windows: Rockwell, and Barber and Ross cladded double hung windows.

There’s something in it for you! Please send us a copy of your receipt and we’ll reimburse you your shipping cost PLUS send you a $50 gift card just for cleaning out your garage, basement or shed of that old window you’ve been holding on to.

Fenster Components has been engineering replications of original sash profiles for most major brands since 1999. Our catalog currently has over 60 casement and double hung profiles and continues to grow. If you have extra window sash parts, recently replaced your windows or will in the near future, please contact us or comment on this blog to see if you qualify for the free gift card.

25 Comments

  • May Company
    Posted November 5, 2014 at 5:51 pm | Permalink

    Want to order replacement wood for Caradco Casement Windows white clad twin units.
    Sash size 28 7/16 x 62 1/2, 18 7/16 x 62 1/2, 22 7/16 x 58 1/2, 28 7/16 x 54 1/2, 22 7/16 x54 1/2,
    22 7/16 x 34 1/2 I need price for sash only on 6 of the 62 l/2, 1 of the 58 1/2, 6 of the 54 1/2, 8 of 34 1/2 this is the heights and the following are widths 14 of 28 7/16, 4 22 7/16 and 1 of 18 7/16. Please quote price. 610-876-5615

    • Posted November 5, 2014 at 6:56 pm | Permalink

      Terry, We do not sell separate stiles and rails, only pre-cut sash frames with all four sides. If you would like a quote, please complete a quote form with your requested sash sizes and we will be happy to quote you pricing. You can submit multiple sizes using the comments box. You will also have to specify the Heritage I or II casement. Please see our profile catalog for details. Thank you.

  • Mike Martin
    Posted March 25, 2015 at 9:21 pm | Permalink

    I had ordered 11 sets of jam liners and have them already installed. All went well except for one. As you slide the upper sash up it pushes the metal clip up and off of the balance, which then lets the window sag down. Why won’t the clip stay on? The bottoms are cut at the 15 degree angle and are tight and the top is tight at the inner sash, but not at the upper outer sash. The only way I see it is by cutting the top so it’s flush but that doesn’t seem logivcal. Please help

    • Posted March 26, 2015 at 1:43 pm | Permalink

      Mike, Here’s a couple thoughts. One: There shouldn’t be that big of a gap at the top that the balance would slide out. Obviously I can’t see what you’re working with, but my assumption would be, either the liner is too short for the opening, the frame isn’t square, the top header is bowed, or the sill is not the standard 15 degrees. Short or not, the liner should sit square to the head jamb. Second, are you sure the sash tilt pin is engaged on that side? If the pin is below the terminal, as you raise the sash the pin is pushing up on the terminal and hitting the bottom of the balance. There is roughly an inch between the end of the balance and the pin on the sash. If the terminal was caught between the balance and pin, it would definitely push up on the balance when you raise the sash.

  • Mike Thistle
    Posted April 22, 2015 at 3:25 pm | Permalink

    Hi I have recently purchased a house with malta windows the number printed inside is 7a-8 and were built in 1989. I am new to this but I can tell that I will need a few new jamb liners. I was just wondering if I will have to order anything different since it seems my jambliners are connected to the sash in the middle of the sash and not the bottom like most I have seen. I believe I have the v-type and they are 62 inches on the long side. Thanks mike

    • Posted April 22, 2015 at 3:57 pm | Permalink

      Mike, I’m a little puzzled by the tilt pin being in the middle of the sash? Regardless, the only product we have available is our universal jambliner kits. To our knowledge they work on Malta windows of that era. If you think that might work for you, you can view and request online at http://www.fensterusa.com.

      • Mike Thistle
        Posted April 22, 2015 at 7:23 pm | Permalink

        I was puzzled as well could they non tilting if so would this make a difference on jambliner

      • Posted April 23, 2015 at 2:22 pm | Permalink

        Yes, if its a non-tilt, our jambliner kit won’t work. I couldn’t tell you where to find something like that.

  • Geraldine Mock
    Posted April 28, 2015 at 8:20 pm | Permalink

    Craftline Corp. in Maumee, OH provided double hung windows for our new house in 1969-1970. Several of them need new balances ( I think these are what you call vinyl compression jambliners) Are these available? If they are do you know of someone in the Maumee, OH area who could install them? Thanks.

  • Chaz de Bourbon
    Posted April 29, 2015 at 10:15 pm | Permalink

    Where do I go to find out how to repair Malta window sashes?

  • Bill Gill
    Posted August 4, 2015 at 8:43 pm | Permalink

    Ryan,

    I received the seven sashes today that I ordered only a couple weeks ago. They are beautiful and look much better quality than the Caradco sashes they are replacing. Your attention to detail is second to NONE. In fact, they look so good, I may replace the others that haven’t rotted yet. I’m also replacing the glass units in these sashes with a quality low E glass unit. I couldn’t be happier and look forward to doing business with you again.

    All the best,

    Bill Gill

    • Posted August 4, 2015 at 9:16 pm | Permalink

      Bill, thank you so much for your kind words and support! We appreciate your business very much and hope to serve you in the future.

  • David Curry
    Posted October 23, 2015 at 2:07 am | Permalink

    Hi , I Have a customer with Malta double hung windows, sash are rotted out. They were installed Aug / 89
    7- B1 on the glass 30-375 x 15-375 any way to get new sash for these windows. Thanks Dave

  • Posted March 22, 2016 at 5:03 pm | Permalink

    I noticed that the timber sashes on some of my grandmother’s windows needs to be repaired. I’m just trying to take of it for her since she can’t really take care of much on her own anymore. I’m glad that I found this post, and I’m pretty sure she has Pozzi windows from the ’80s. Thanks for sharing this post with me, as this seems like a good investment.

  • Chris Barley
    Posted May 30, 2016 at 8:11 pm | Permalink

    We have caradco awning type Windows where the lever operators are broken. Do you know where we could obtain replacement parts? My understanding is the entire operator needs replacement even though it’s functioning. The lever broke is all.

    • Posted May 31, 2016 at 1:15 pm | Permalink

      Chris, You are correct. More than likely, depending on the style of operator, a replacement part is sold as a complete unit. To my knowledge, Caradco had always used TRUTH hardware. Any Truth distributor can help you. We have a link to our distributor on our website, http://www.fensterusa.com, however hardware is not our specialty. All we can offer is access to the self-service catalog for you to identify the part you need and we can order it for you.

  • Al D'Alessio
    Posted June 17, 2016 at 4:03 am | Permalink

    Hello Fenster,
    I’ve been searching for a Caradco sash lock for a double hung window. As far as I can tell the OEM’s came in two styles, both had a very narrow catch. None of the hardware stores have anything that will work without modification and drilling new holes in the sash. Have you got anything that works with the original windows?

    • Posted June 20, 2016 at 1:21 pm | Permalink

      Al, That’s probably just a standard Truth sash lock. Assuming they still make the style you need, we can get it. We’ll need to see which one you have. You can send pictures to sales@fensterusa.com. Thank you.

  • David Grigorian
    Posted July 19, 2017 at 3:38 am | Permalink

    Hi, I am looking to replace a lower sash (30 1/2″ by 38″, with 9 lights) for a Barber and Ross window. Would you happen to carry this? If yes, please let me know the price and shipping to Bethesda, MD. Thank you very much in advance, David

    • Posted July 22, 2017 at 3:16 pm | Permalink

      David, We can’t process quotes over a public blog for security reasons, but we’d be happy to help if you would like to submit an order request through our website. http://www.fensterusa.com. Just an FYI, we’ve had some issues with conflicting specifications regarding Barber and Ross products. We’ll need to gather very specific information about the dimensions of your window in order to provide you with the correct, match parts.

  • michael schaffhauser
    Posted October 18, 2019 at 12:49 am | Permalink

    Can you provide me with ANY sill for a Pella casement window sash.I have the serial number of the existing windows and all the measurements you need….Thanks Mike S

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