Seal Rite Window Repair: Mission Possible.

In your home, your windows are your eyes to the world. You want to protect and take care of this valuable investment. But what happens when the wood in those windows starts to age and can no longer be serviced because the original window manufacturer has gone out of business? Your only choice is to completely replace them, right?

Not any more. Seal Rite parts are now available.

Seal Rite replacement windows and parts are available through Fenster Components. The original Seal Rite was founded in Lincoln, NE in 1976. Over the years it was part of a series of acquisitions and mergers that ultimately led to its demise in the late 1990s. While other companies bearing the name Seal Rite are in existence, it is not possible to obtain replacement parts for original Seal Rite windows. Fortunately, Fenster Components can repair your Seal Rite windows.

Fenster Components — based in the Indianapolis, IN area — has been manufacturing replicated window sash profiles for most major brands of wood windows since 1999.  Fenster can supply you or your contractor with replicated wood components to match your Seal Rite Windows. Fenster also offers innovative replacement products to upgrade your existing Seal Rite windows with better energy performance, extended life span, and less maintenance utilizing cellular PVC technology.

Work smarter. Work faster. Save money. Now that’s a better view.

Visit our website to learn more about our product lines, or to fill out an order form for your Seal Rite window replacement parts today.

14 Comments

  • richard hall
    Posted August 29, 2013 at 2:25 pm | Permalink

    I need to find white narrow window seals for old weathertite windows. I have two sliders and ten double hung windows in need of seals. Windows are about 20years old
    Thank you

    • Posted September 17, 2013 at 3:40 pm | Permalink

      Fenster has not had much experience with weathertite, but that is not to say we can not help. Most weather strip is universal or easily retro-fitted with something different or better for that matter. In some cases, manufacturers may have had something special made such as extruded vinyls or interlocking seals. These can be hard to come by if that is the case. For the other 95% of window weather strip, Fenster stocks the most common profiles used on all of our replica sashes in addition to access to many others. Our best advice is to send us photos of what you need via sales@fensterusa.com or send us a sample.

  • Jim
    Posted June 24, 2015 at 9:44 pm | Permalink

    I have Outlook Window Project windows. Think SealRite produced them or bought OWP stock when they went out of business. I need quite a number of replacement parts but the catalog terminology is not something i understand.

    Any suggestions?

  • Mike Lettera
    Posted July 19, 2015 at 12:37 am | Permalink

    Seal Rite casement windows needing crank mechanism, arm and supporting pin?
    I looked in your catalog but no reference to seal rite crank mechanisms?
    House was built in 1991.
    Any help pursuing parts
    THANK YOU

    • Posted July 28, 2015 at 7:17 pm | Permalink

      Mike, Most hardware is not brand specific. Its more than likely TRUTH hardware. Shoot us over some pictures of what you need to sales@fensterusa.com and my customer service folks will track down what you need. Thanks.

  • Anne Vickery
    Posted September 26, 2016 at 10:05 pm | Permalink

    I need two handles for SealRite windows. I live in Boulder, CO. Is there a local company that carries them. Thank you.

    • Posted September 27, 2016 at 12:54 am | Permalink

      Anne, to the best of my knowledge, Sealrite used TRUTH hardware. Any TRUTH hardware dealer can assist you. We’re really not on the hardware side of things.

  • Tim Phelan
    Posted November 27, 2018 at 7:48 pm | Permalink

    Do your custom Sealrite windows satisfy all current code and ASTM requirements for UV testing, U-factor, wind speed, and sound? Can they be tempered for required areas such as bathrooms and larger openings?

    • Posted November 28, 2018 at 1:18 pm | Permalink

      Probably. Tim, the thing you need to understand about the window industry is there are only so many manufacturers of window components. We’re all buying our stuff from the same suppliers. We are using the same technology in our products that any other window company is offering regardless of the sticker in the corner.

      The hard reality for a family owned small business like mine is, I don’t have the 100K it takes for each of the 60+ models I offer to go through the certification process. That is insignificant for a multi-million dollar window manufacturer that only makes one window!

      I field questions like this a couple times a year only because it is a non-issue for my customer base. When my replacement sash is half to a third the cost of a new replacement window, my customers aren’t concerned about some sticker. If the window fits and seals, and looks even relatively close to what they have, they got what they asked for and my product saved them a ton of money! There’s also a common sense to what we offer in that; say you have a 20+ year old house. Any degree of new technology I can offer in my products is 10 times the efficiency of what they currently have.

      Finally, what I’ll say is; Well, you can’t buy them anywhere else. 🙂 Thanks for the interest!

  • Scott Betland
    Posted April 5, 2019 at 3:34 pm | Permalink

    My sister-in-law has a casement kitchen window with Seal Rite hardware for the operating mechanism. The window is double pane glass and has fogged up between the two. Since both the cranking mechanism and the seal between the two panes of glass have failed, I was wondering if replacing the wooden framed window might be the best option…the actual sill is fine, and the side hinges that hold the window out could be transferred to a new one, so maybe a new operating mechanism and the window frame with new glass would be the way to go?

  • Ken Knaub
    Posted May 15, 2019 at 7:38 pm | Permalink

    I need some seal-rite double hung window sash cams, they are attached to the spring mechanism on the side which helps the window open and close. my house was built in 1970 do you have a catalog I can look through

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