On Dec. 21, 2023, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Pella’s Architect Series casement windows due to injury hazards.
According to the CPSC, the window’s sash can detach from the frame and fall, posing an injury risk to bystanders. The CPSC received one report of a casement window sash detaching from the frame, causing the window to fall out.
Approximately 12,000 windows are included in the recall, with an additional 305 in Canada and 10 in Mexico.
Four custom-made casement window types are included in the recall:
- All venting hurricane impact products with side pivot hardware
- All venting casements with a frame height greater than 96 inches
- All venting casements with a frame width wider than 35 inches
- All venting casements with a frame width greater than 29 inches and a vent height greater than 47 inches with side pivot hardware
Serial numbers included in the recall can be cross-checked on Pella’s website.
The CPSC advises consumers to keep the recalled casement windows shut and locked at all times.
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