Interior SLIP™ Install There are a few items you should be aware of if you wish to install SLIPs on the interior side of sash? Will the installation of SLIPs on the interior face of the sash interfere with any hardware? If hardware is in the way, mometimes hardware can be moved to [...]
If you believe your SLIP™ to be the wrong size, please take a photo of the SLIP™ with a measuring tape showing the size received and forward to us at email@example.com. We will re-make and replace the SLIP™ in question at no charge.
The SLIP™ extrusion inside edge should meet and sit on the the outside edge of the putty glazing but should not extend further over the putty. The SLIP will extend 3/4 inch to the edge of the sash from the outside edge of the putty glazing and sit approximately 1/4 inch above the face [...]
Click the link to take you to the PDF Pamphlet from the EPA for information about lead paint. EPA Pamphlet
Yes, extensive testing on the product versus substitute product was done by the University of Oregon's 'Energy Studies on Building Laboratory. Results of that study can be seen HERE
SLIPs wont cause any fogging due to vent holes evenly placed. This allows for for an even air pressure between both panes and on the exterior. SLIPs may fog about a week after installation, this is due to the chemicals in the cleaning solution that was used on the glass, this should subside in [...]
You can hold onto the extrusions and get another piece of tempered glass to match the extrusion size from your local glass shop. If a SLIP™ smaller than 50" for width and for height you can purchase another SLIP™ from us. Slips larger than 25 square feet must have 1/4 inch glass [...]
Approved installers are their own separate licensed business that perform and provide their own services. These installers have been vetted for their scope and proper licensing. The installer has no authority to and will not exercise or hold itself out as having any authority to enter into or conclude any contract or to undertake [...]
SLIPs weigh approximately 1 ¾ lb per square foot.
Currently we only make SLIPs to fit on square and rectangular shaped windows.