- Easy-Stop Kits
- Barbed Pile
1/8" and 1/4"
- Silicon Flap
Weather-stripping is one of the simplest and most cost effective ways of lowering your home’s energy costs.
Advanced Repair Technology (ART) offers a variety of products that will suit your weather-stripping needs.
Feel free to contact us if you have questions about which product is right for you.
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You can purchase our weather-stripping products on our web site. We utilize PayPal to provide a very secure online purchasing experience.
Easy-Stop Weather-Stripping System
Easy-Stop weather-stripping system is a new concept in reducing air-infiltration. Designed to eliminate the old time consuming methods of metal jam liners, cushion bronze, spring bronze and interlocking metal weather-stripping.
Easy-Stop incorporates patented technology within an engineered parting stop to effectively decrease air infiltration while leaving the original details of the window untouched.
Made from cellular PVC, Easy-Stop is durable and paintable, it will not warp or twist and is highly UV light resistant. Easy-Stop can be cut just like wood.
Easy-Stop is available in 3/8” and 1/2” widths.
Please click on the links below for Easy-Stop information and installation instructions.
1/2” EASY-STOP KIT
Window Kit - Item # ART 880 - Information and Instructions
3/8" STANDARD EASY-STOP KIT
Window Kit - Item # ART 885 - Information and Instructions
3/8” CA HEADER EASY-STOP KIT
Window Kit - Item # ART 888 - Information and Instructions
The Barbed-Pile that helps make the Easy-Stop system a big success is now available for use on windows by itself.
The Barbed-Pile is available in both 1/8” and 1/4” heights and in roll lengths of 25’, 50’ and 100’.
Barbed-Pile Information and Instructions
Sometimes all you need is a strip of silicon to keep out those winter drafts or dusty days.
Our Silicon Flap is available in rolls of 3 different lengths: 25', 50' and 100'.
See helpful articles that use Easy-Stop and other weather-stripping products from Advanced Repair Technology on the This Old House website: