LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY AND PELLA FIBERGLASS-RESIN
20/10 LIMITED WARRANTY
Congratulations on choosing Pella Impervia and/or Pella fiberglass-resin window and door products to protect and beautify your home.These superior-quality windows and patio doors have been designed to give you years of comfort.
or installing this product.By installing or using this product, you are acknowledging that this Limited Warranty is part of the terms of sale.
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTIES FOR PRODUCTS INSTALLED IN OWNER-OCCUPIED SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES EXCLUDE PELLA MATERIAL FOR RECTANGULAR PRODUCTS INSTALLED IN OTHER THAN OWNER-OCCUPIED SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES
This Limited Warranty applies only to Pella Impervia and Pella fiberglass-resin products .Pella makes the following exclusive express Limited Warranties for Pella Impervia and Pella fiberglass-resin products installed in owner-occupied single-family homes within the United States and Canada, subject to the stated conditions and limitations.
Pella warrants that its Duracast material, which makes up the rectangular frame, sash or panel parts of Pella Impervia window and door products, will be free from cracking, splitting, corroding and warping for as long as you own your home.
If Pella is given proper notice of a defect in the Duracast materials of a Pella Impervia rectangular window or door product, Pella shall, at its sole option: 1) repair or replace the defective part(s) or product(s) (with cost of labor included only within two  years of the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer) or 2) refund the original purchase price.This Limited Lifetime Warranty is provided to the original homeowner and may not be assigned or transferred.The Duracast Limited Lifetime Warranty does not cover the paint finish applied to the Duracast material, which is covered under the transferable ten-year (10-year) warranty on material and workmanship found below.In addition, the transferable Ten-Year (10-year) Limited Warranty on materials and workmanship replaces the Limited Lifetime material when you transfer ownership of your single-family home or cease to occupy your home.
20/10 LIMITED WARRANLASS-RESIN MATERIAL FOR NONRECTANGULAR PRODUCTS INSTALLED IN OWNER-OCCUPIED SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES, RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS
-Resin Material (Non-Duracast Material) Transferable Ten-Year (10-Year) Limited Warranty.
Pella warrants that its fiberglass-resin material, which makes up the frame and glass stops of the nonrectangular Special Shapes (i.e., half-circles, triangles, etc.), shall be free of defects in material or workmanship that significantly impair their proper operation and function for ten (10) years from the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer.If Pella is given notice of a defect in materials or workmanship of a Pella product occurring within ten (10) years from the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer, Pella shall, at its sole option: 1) repair or replace the defective part(s) or product(s) (with cost of labor included only within two  years of the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer) or 2) refund the original purchase price.This Limited 10-Year Warranty may be transferred.
The following applies to the Pella Impervia Limited Lifetime Warranty and the Pella Fiberglass-Resin 20/10 Limited Warranty:
TRANSFERABLE LIMITED WARRANTIES FOR NONGLASS MATERIALS, WORKMANSHIP AND GLASS FOR PRODUCTS INSTALLED IN RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS
Nonglass Materials and Workmanship Transferable Ten-Year (10-Year) Limited Warranty.
This Transferable Ten-Year (10-Year) Limited Warranty applies to the Duracast material not installed in owner-occupied single-family homes, and automatically replaces the Duracast Material Nontransferable Limited Lifetime Warranty for products installed in owner-occupied single-family homes, -family home or at such time that the Buyer ceases to occupy the home within ten (10) years of the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer.Pella warrants that all nonglass components of its Covered Pella Products shall be free of manufacturing defects in material or workmanship that significantly impair their proper operation and function for ten (10) years from the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer.
If Pella is given notice of a defect in materials or workmanship of a Pella Impervia product occurring within ten (10) years from the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer, Pella shall, at its sole option: 1) repair or replace the defective part(s) or product(s) (with cost of labor included only within two  years of the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer) or 2) refund the original purchase price.This Ten-Year (10-Year) Limited Warranty may be transferred.
Pella warrants that the glass in Pella products shall be free from premature failure or permanent material obstruction of vision due to a failure of the glass seal for twenty (20) years from the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer.If Pella is given notice of a glass defect occurring within twenty (20) years of the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer, Pella shall, at its sole option: 1) repair or replace the defective glass (with cost of labor included only within two  years of the date of sale by Pella or its authorized dealer) or 2) refund the original purchase price. CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL LIMITED WARRANTIES
Limitation of Warranty.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH PELLA INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS VOIDS ALL WARRANTIES UNLESS IT IS CLEARLY ESTABLISHED BY THE BUYER OR USER OF THE PRODUCT THAT THE DEFECT OR FAILURE IS UNRELATED TO SUCH NONCOMPLIANCE.
This Limited Warranty does not extend to the use of Covered Pella Products under abnormal conditions, conditi
Part Number: 80WX01012012 Pella CorporationWINDOW REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR CASEMENT, DOUBLE-HUNG AND CLAD FRAME WINDOWS INTO EXISTING MBTIJOH5BQFAlways read the Pella Limited Warranty before purchasing or installing Pella products.By installing this product, you are acknowledging that this Limited Warranty is part of the terms of the sale.Failure to comply with all Pella installation and maintenance instructions may void your Pella product warranty.See Limited Warranty for complete details at http://warranty.pella.com.These instructions were tested and developed for replacing windows in wood-frame wall construction systems designed to manage moisture.This method of installation involves removing the sash only of the existing window
The original window frame will remain in place and only the existing sash, exterior stops and frame hardware must be removed.
Installation recommendations for other types of wall construction, wall systems or conditions may be obtained from Pella Corporation or a local Pella retailer.Building designs, construction methods, building materials, and site conditions unique to your project may require an installation method different from these instructions and additional care on your part.
Determining the appropriate installation method is the responsibility of you, your architect, or other construction professional.REMEMBER TO USE APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTCAUTION:homes are painted with lead-based paint.Removal of old windows may disturb this paint.
Proper precautions must be taken to minimize exposure to dust and debris.Consult state or local authorities for more information.YOU WILL NEED TO high quality, multi-purpose sealant window and door foam sealant - DO will require two or more persons for safety reasons.Note: Remove the new window from its packaging.
Inspect and measure the new window to ensure it will t into the opening prior to removing the existing window.The than the pocket frame.A.Unlock the window.5DLVHDUHDSSURLPDWHmiddle of the frame.Most of the following steps may be completed from the exterior of the house.B.Remove the head parting stop.5HPRYHKHDGSDUWLQJfrom the frame.
In some cases, the stops are nailed on and can simply be pulled off.In other situations the stops may need to be pried or cut out of the frame.C.Remove the exterior jamb and head stops.This can be accomplished with a wood chisel, circular saw, reciprocating saw, roto-tool, or equivalent.Ensure the stop is UHPRYHGHLVWLQJMDPERemove the upper and lower sash.7KLVPDQXIDFWXUHUHLVWLQJSome will simply pull out, while others may need to be cut to be removed.
Grasp the sash and pull out of the frame.The jamb liner material may come out of the frame when E.Remove any and all jamb liner material.Some liners may have frame attachment fasteners that will need to be removed before the liners can be removed.Caution: Spring loaded balances can cause injury; use care when removing balances from existing windows.OPENING PREPARATIONA.Inspect the existing window frame and repair or replace any defective or rotted wood parts.B.Clean the openingGLUWHFHVVpaint before proceeding.C.Apply one piece of sill ashing tape to the sill of HLVWLQJZLQGRZHLVWLQJthe tape against the vertical leg of the stool, and work the tape into the corner before applying to the sill.
Press down rmly.The tape will not cover the sill depth completely under the new window.If needed, blocking/shims may need to be placed where the existing balances were located.Note: For Double-hung, proceed to Step B.WINDOW : On vent casements, place the holes so they do not interfere with the roto operator and the latch points on the lock side of the window.B.Double-Hung and Clad Frame:URRPZLQGRZdiameter clearance holes through the frame at the locations shown.
Space the IURPHDFKFHQWHUNote: The lower sash must be raised to drill the holes in the sill of the double-hung window.TWO OR MORE PEOPLE ARE REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING STEPS.Casement Sill Drill 1/8" clearance hole 3A 73:73:73:Drill 1/8"clearance holeDouble-Hung Jamb1/4"Double-Hung HeadDrill 1/8"clearance hole1/2"Double-Hung SillDrill 1/8"clearance hole1/2"Clad Frame SillDrill 1/8"clearance hole1"Clad Frame HeadDrill 1/8"clearance hole1"3D3D3DDouble-Hung SillDouble-Hung HeadDrill 1/8"clearance holeDrill 1/8"clearance holeDouble-Hung JambDrill 1/8"clearance hole3D3Dand ProLineArchitect Series A.If the existing double-hung has a sloped sill the sill of the new window will need to be supported by using the Pella replacement sill adapter accessory or by using wood
SETTING AND FASTENING THE WINDOW4--65"8":784--65"8":78B.If using the Pella replacement sill adapter accessorybe cut to the same length as the sill of the window and slid into the sill n groove.
This adapter may be adjusted to accommodate different sill angles by breaking off the grooved leg at the desired dimension.Dry t the window to ensure the window will t in the opening and that the sill adapter is trimmed properly.C.Apply a 3/8" bead of sealant at the point where the existing stool meets the existing window sill.Additionally, place sealant at the ends of the ashing tape, making sure to connect with the stool sealant.Apply a continuous 3/8" diameter bead of sealant at the exterior surface of the interior head and jamb stops.Connect this bead of sealant to the sealant line on the stool.E.Insert the replacement window in the opening.Check to make sure the window rests against the interior blind stops and is making contact with the sealant.TWO OR MORE PERSONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING STEPS.From the exterior, place shims near the top of one jamb, in line with the top for the other jamb.Note: Position shims to ensure they allow at least 1/2" from the exterior surface of the window to allow for placement of backer rod and sealant.G.Continue placing shims at each pre-drilled hole as needed to plumb and square the wi
Remove the new window from its packaging.Inspect and measure the new window to conrm it will t into the opening prior to removing the existing window.The window needs to be 3/8" smaller in both width and height than the pocket frame, i.e.existing sash opening.A.Remove the existing sash.
This will vary per manufacturer fasteners will generally allow the sash to be removed from the existing frame.Two or more people may be required when handling existing sash.B.Remove operator hardware and all head, jamb, and sill
This can usually be accomplished with a prybar.
OPENING PREPARATIONA.Inspect the existing window frame and repair or replace B.Clean the opening of any dirt, debris, or excess old paint before proceeding.
Chisel off any high C.Apply one piece of sill ashing tape to the sill of the existing window frame.the existing window sill width.Apply the tape on the new window.window.Shims are required at points where windows are joined in multiple window applications.Add shims as necessary to ensure the sill is level.
Once level, attach spacers to prevent movement.Improper placement of shims may result in bowing the bottom of the window.WINDOW PREPARATION (AWNING and CASEMENT ONLY)The interior frame covers must be removed to provide access to the pre-drilled frame screw installation holes.CAUTION: To Avoid Interior Frame Cover Breakage - Carefully read and understand the following steps before proceeding with cover removal.Note:
The following interior frame cover removal steps are for Casement, Standard Awning, Fixed Awning/Casement and Large Awning.
The steps are similar for each, but the order in which covers are removed will vary depending on the window type.A.Prepare the Window.handle package.lock handle or crank handle.for re-installation of covers..
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