Model # HDO 4_63S 080

Internet #202074143

SureSill 4-9/16 in. x 78 in. White PVC Sloped Sill Pan for Door and Window Installation and Flashing (Complete Pack)

Discontinued SureSill

4-9/16 in. x 78 in. White PVC Sloped Sill Pan for Door and Window Installation and Flashing (Complete Pack)

  • Protects against water damage to home and door
  • Easy to install with new doors and windows
  • Code compliant throughout the U.S.
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Product Overview

The SureSill 4-9/16 in. x 78 in. White PVC Sloped Sill Pan for Door and Window Installation and Flashing (Complete Pack) can help protect your investment against water intrusion and mold. The pan has a positive slope to the exterior.

  • For 4-9/16 in. deep jambs and rough openings up to 80 in. wide
  • Provides continuous support for doors and windows
  • Made of durable PVC/plastic material
  • Helps prevent water intrusion and mold
  • Positive slope to the exterior
  • Sill pan can be cut to fit the opening if needed
  • Pack includes a sloped sill pan, pair of end caps, PVC cement with applicator and installation instructions
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this product be used with outswing pre-hung exterior doors? (Masonite FrenchPatio Door with Outswing)

Asked by: Patrick
Yes, SureSill Sloped Sill Pan can be used with outs with outswinging pre-hung exterior doors. The back lip may need to be reduced, to match the height of the sill. To reduce back lip score and break section of the back lip using grooves provided.
Answered by: SureSill Ltd.
Date published: 2017-02-16

Most sliding doors are 72x80 and so is mine. You sell no sill which is 72 in. The closest one is...

Most sliding doors are 72x80 and so is mine. You sell no sill which is 72 in. The closest one is this one of 78 in. Does that mean that I can reduce it by cutting it. The picture above does not suggest that one can cut it shorter.
Asked by: Stratos
Thank you for using SureSill! Yes, 78" or 80" long pan can be cut down for 72" rough opening. SureSill recommends middle section of the pan the "Channel Plate" to be 1/4" shorter then the RO, so when the End Caps are glued in, the sill pan fits properly in RO, for installation instructions see SureSill WMG (Water Management Guide). In the real world, every RO is a little different, so being able to customize the sill pan length for proper fit is very useful.
Answered by: Sure
Date published: 2016-12-17


Asked by: MDA
Sill pan comes in 4-9/16" and 6-9/16" sizes. The former is intended to be used for 2"x4" wall installations, and the latter for 2"x6" wall installations. 4-9/16" = 3-1/2" stud + 1/2" drywall + 9/16" sheathing. Likewise for 2"x6" walls where stud depth is 5-1/2" instead of 3-1/2". The 4-9/16" pan must be used with a 4-9/16" jamb door and similarly with the 6-9/16" jam, although the 4-9/16" jamb door can be installed in a 2"x6" wall installation using jamb extensions that are notched at the bottom to fit over the back vertical edge of the pan.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2017-01-10

How do i know what width of sill pan to buy?

I have an entry door to my garage that I would like to replace.No one thought of putting anything under door sill when it was installed.When the rain hits the door,it runs down and into garage.Is your product expandable or must you cut it to fit?What kind of wheel do I need so material will not bust when cut?
Asked by: phantom33
Typically, all garage floors are constructed at the front of the garage to force water drainage outward and away from the entrances to the garage. Hence, your problem is not the door collecting rain that runs down and under the door toward the interior. A simple fix that would not require a door replacement is to glue a rubber strip on the floor to block the water behind the sill location. It must be securely sealed and closed at the door jamb on both ends. Now, if the new door is a definite GO, you may want to consider that the house entries use a sill plate that will work fine with the new door on the garage (recommend metal) if sealed properly when installed. If your budget allows, you can hire someone like me (retired military) that has the skill and ability to economically provide a permanent solution to your dilemma. Don't worry, Be Happy...! The problem is not a serious one. "G-Day pardner"
Answered by: 1SGTUSARET
Date published: 2016-11-14
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