Seasonshield Windows

A quick learner from Florida says:
I live in Central Florida and my porch windows were manufactured by Seasonshield (later bought by JeldWen). Many (practically all) the top stop caps have become brittle from the heat and need replacing. Are you familiar with this brand and do I need to replace all the channel guides as well? I am not a handy man although I did replace the channels guides 6-8 years ago. You assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Jim
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Hi Jim, I think we can help! You'll want to replace your channels with either our S351-30 or our S390-30 balance, but be sure to confirm that the length of your metal channel is 30". To determine which series is correct for you, just measure the depth of your bottom plastic shoe attachment. If it's 1", you'll need the Series 351 but if it measures 1-1/8", you'll need the Series 390 balance. For either series, you will choose the 2930 option as determined by your "2930" stamp.

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If you need a refresh on the installation process, check out our tutorial below. Hope this helps!

A quick learner from FL says:
What about the stop caps which hold the guides in place within the sash frame?
A quick learner from Flagler Beach says:
My measurements are 1"x1"X 1/2" length of thirty inches. So the 351 option will be correct. But what about the stop caps which hold the guides with the channel? See photo sent earlier.
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Casey from SWISCO responded:

Hi there- we will need to see the part removed from the window to be able to determine what you need. 

Get back to us with that photo and we will do our best to find you a replacement. Thanks! 

A quick learner from Flagler Beach says:
Fw: Seasonshield Window Reference # D110593. Here are photos of the Top Sash Guards I need to replace. Width is 1/2" and top cap is 5/8". Is this enough info?

Jim J
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Paul from SWISCO responded:

Thank you! This looks very similar to our 18-127 . Many customers with Seasonshield windows have used this as a replacement, as well. Please compare it to your own and let me know what you think.

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