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 [...]
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
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 [...]
You can report issues with a certified installer by filling out our contact form HERE Your sole remedy to find a solution lies exclusively between you and the certified installer. Reporting issues qwith your certified installer may effect the companys companys standing as a SLIP™ certified installer in the future. [...]
SLIPs are simple to install with the right woodworking know-how. Seeking out a local handyman for the install may be of help.
It certainly is possible to use ropes for operation with SLIPs. You'll need to adjust the counterbalance weight in the weight pocket. We do not provide instructions or support for using using SLIPs with ropes. Consult a certified installer if you wish to do this
SLIPs are a product of aluminum extrusion, gasketing and tempered glass
SLIP™ Extrusions come coated from the factory in 3 colors.
Many times windows are painted shut. The certified installer will address this when installing SLIPs. When installing on your own you will have to cut the paint lines on your sash in order to get your windows operating and also install balances or weatherstripping.