Just over 3 yrs ago I had a large,4ft high by 8ft long,Pella bay window. About 3months ago we saw ripples appear in the base of the window the installer and Pella area Rep came in to look at it. They had no idea what the problem was so they opened up the ripples. Out of that came a strong odor and black soggy wood. Pella agreed to replace the frame. When the vinyl was removed from the base of the window the whole length, all 8ft, was rotten and black. I think the window was leaking water from the first rain storm and has continued to do so. Do you have any idea how long would damage like that would take? Because I am now fighting with Pella.
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