Glider windows, which are also known as sliding windows, slide open on tracks for easy use and no lifting is required. These versatile windows have a smooth operation and offer a modern and streamlined look that’s classic and contemporary. Choose sliding windows for areas of the home when a swinging window won’t work or to save space in small areas with beautiful views.
AVI offers sliding windows and glider windows that work wonderfully over sinks and in any part of the home where extra ventilation and more natural light are desired.
Features of Glider/Sliding Windows
- Easy sliding operation with no lifting required
- Let in more natural light with a range of sizes
- Easy to clean and maintain
- More glass for unobstructed views
- Save space without the need for a swinging window
- More ventilation for increased natural air flow
- Many hardware options to choose from
Types of Glider/Sliding Windows
Dual sash sliding windows can have two center windows that slide apart to create a pass-through or have a sash that glides to the left or right. This type of glider window creates a classic look that goes well with any décor.
Triple sash sliding windows have a large center picture window in the middle of two side windows that open. This type of glider window allows more light to come in and creates unobstructed views you’ll enjoy.
Wood & Fiberglass
Grid Options for Glider/Sliding Windows
Screens for Glider/Sliding Windows
It is also a good idea to have screens on your gliding windows to keep the elements of the outdoors where they belong while enjoying the benefits of fresh air. AVI can help you choose a sliding window screen that fits perfectly and meets your needs.
Bright - Bronze
Bright - Aluminum
Black - Aluminum
Charcoal - Aluminum
Charcoal - Fiberglass
Charcoal - High Transparency
The Low E coating is specially designed to take advantage of the angle of the winter and summer sun. The sun’s rays are absorbed in the cooler months to keep your home warmer and reflected in the summer to keep your home cooler.
Beveled Sound Abatement
Tempered Glass is often used in bathrooms for safety reasons. The panels are heated and then cooled rapidly in a controlled environment, making the glass several times stronger than regular glass.
Tempered Glass is ideal for use over bathtubs and in showers where if glass were to shatter, it will break into small pieces so as not to harm any occupants. Tempered glass is used in cars for the same reason.