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Peachtree window colonial grille replacements

Posted by ctkathy (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 18, 12 at 15:13

Hello, Our 20+ year old house has Peachtree windows with removable wood grids. These things are very fragile and hard to reinsert after washing the window so over the years some have fallen out and had to be replaced due to breakage. In the past, I ordered them through a local lumber yard and picked them up.

Now, these things are outsourced and cost many times what they did before. I also tried ordering some plastic universal ones in the past and they looked really cheap so I returned them. Does anyone have any ideas how to replace several of these grid inserts more economically?

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RE: Peachtree window colonial grille replacements

Nothing that I am aware of.

RE: Peachtree window colonial grille replacements


You are somewhat stuck in this marriage at this point.

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