Slider Wood Replacement Windows

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Slider Wood Replacement Windows

Slider wood windows are a breath of fresh air! They offer affordability and style for areas that will hold a picture window or for smaller, horizontal spaces.  Just slide them open and they’ll glide along a track past the other side of the window.

Modern Touches for Your Home

Slider Wood Windows are often used in homes with more modern architecture.

  • Slider Options: Often, the opening that fits into a slider will be small and skinny, so it is important to have adequate ventilation. You can order these windows in twin or triple sliding units to make sure that you’ll have proper air flow.
  • Maintenance Free: washing the frame with a mild soap and water is all that’s required to take care of a slider window.
  • Energy-efficient glass: The argon gas fill and Low-E protection that is manufactured within windows keeps hot air out during the summer and retains heat during the winter.

Wood Picture Windows

Most people think of picture windows as beautiful but stationary. If you get a picture window in the slider style, however, you’ll not only have a showpiece but ventilation, too.

Wood picture windows:

  • Let a great deal of light into a room.
  • Can be used as a showpiece—homeowners often situate their furniture around these windows.
  • Create a beautiful, unobstructed view.

Wooden Color Options and Finishes

Wood sliders give you the opportunity to mix and match colors and finishes on both the inside and outside of your home.

The interior finishes include cherry, maple, and oak. This is real wood that can blend in with the walls or create a pop of color on your walls. There is also casing available in Cherry, Maple, Oak and Poplar in Modern and Colonial styles. The exterior colors on wood slider windows include beige, white, red, and sandstone.

See samples of our work in our virtual gallery.

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