Am I able to Install on the Interior?

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 [...]

By |2019-11-19T14:06:59-08:00November 19th, 2019|, , |Comments Off on Am I able to Install on the Interior?

Where does the SLIP™ sit on the sash?

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 [...]

By |2019-05-07T15:51:52-07:00May 7th, 2019|, , |Comments Off on Where does the SLIP™ sit on the sash?

Will a SLIP cause fog or condensation?

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 [...]

By |2019-04-10T10:45:02-07:00March 6th, 2019||Comments Off on Will a SLIP cause fog or condensation?

Will hardware be an issue for installation?

You must check to make sure hardware will not be an issue for successful installation. SLIPs sit approx 1 inch outside the daylight of a window. If the hardware is not fixed, hardware can be moved to remedy spacial issues for successful installation. A certified installer will access possible hardware challenges during initial evaluation. [...]

By |2019-04-10T10:58:12-07:00December 20th, 2018||Comments Off on Will hardware be an issue for installation?

Why Not Buy A New Window?

Their are many many benefits to keeping your original wood windows. Your wood windows most likely were hand crafted from cedar or fir. It is not easy to find high quality wood windows, especially hardwood windows, being produced today and if so they are quite expensive.  This means that your home will hold more [...]

By |2018-12-28T13:56:35-08:00December 18th, 2018||Comments Off on Why Not Buy A New Window?
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