Sliding Windows

A residential home sliding window is a type of window that operates by sliding horizontally along a track. It is a popular window style in many homes and provides several features and benefits. Sliding windows can be used in various areas of the home, such as living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, and more. Sliding windows offer a sleek and modern appearance, enhancing the overall look of your home’s interior and exterior.

Sliding Window Features

Easy to Clean

With fewer moving parts compared to some other window styles, sliding windows are generally easier to maintain and clean.

Energy Efficient

When closed, sliding windows provide a good seal, reducing air leakage and potential drafts. This can contribute to improved energy efficiency and may help lower heating and cooling costs.


Sliding windows can be partially opened from either side, allowing for controlled airflow and ventilation. You can open one or both window panes, depending on your ventilation needs.

Space Efficient

Sliding windows do not open outward or inward, making them ideal for rooms with limited space. They are an excellent choice for areas where you wouldn't want a window to interfere with furniture placement or obstruct walkways.

Ease of Operation

Sliding windows are effortless to open and close. They slide along a track smoothly, with the help of rollers or glides. This ease of operation makes them a popular choice for homeowners of all ages.


Sliding windows can be used in various areas of the home, such as living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, and more. They are commonly used in both traditional and contemporary architectural designs.


Sliding Windows come with fully interlocking sash for enhanced security. They have double locks if the window is manufactured over 30 inches in height. Comes with die-cast zinc pivot bars with patented locking system.


High-quality sliding windows are manufactured with PVC compound made from top quality resin can have a long lifespan, providing you with years of functionality and aesthetic appeal.

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