Single Slider Window Replacement

The classic single slider window is characterized by a sash that moves sideways using a double wall pull rail system, allowing for a graceful fingertip operation. With maximum viewable glass area and minimum frame, it is designed to provide an even sight line.

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Features and Benefits

Our philosophy is to provide residents of London, Ontario with the best quality, value and pricing for their home. Every project is different, so from conception to completion, we will work with you to make your unique vision come to life.

Save on Energy Costs

Standard Low-E glass, argon gas and triple weather seals offer improved insulation.

Limited Air Intrusion

The precision miter welded corners and a half screen create an airtight closure.

Effortless Operation

Easy glide tandem rollers and a fully extruded pull rail provide greater ease.

Optimal for Cleaning

The tilt-in sashes and recessed finger tilt latches make for a hassle-free window clean.

Tighter Security

The standard night locks and a heavy duty cam lock and keeper offers greater security.

Unobstructed View

The emphasis on more viewable glass and less interior frame offers a large viewing area.

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Browse our available styles and brands by downloading any of our brochures.

>    Fallsview Window Brochure (PDF, 1.4MB)

>    Lakeview Window Brochure (PDF, 3.4MB)

>    Timberview Window Brochure (PDF, 1.4MB)

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Browse Other Styles

Choose from our catalogue of awning, casement, double hung, custom windows, and many more. We take pride in delivering quality windows with superior installation for your home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, single slider windows can be customized to match the architectural style of your home. Many window manufacturers offer a variety of customization options, including different frame materials, colors, grille patterns, and hardware finishes. Whether your home has a traditional, contemporary, or modern architectural style, you can find single slider windows that complement its aesthetic. Additionally, working with a reputable window installer or contractor can help ensure that the customization options you choose are implemented seamlessly for a cohesive and visually appealing result.

Single slider windows can provide sufficient ventilation, but their effectiveness depends on various factors such as window size, placement, and the size of the opening. Since single slider windows have one operable sash that slides horizontally, they may offer slightly less ventilation compared to double slider or casement windows, which have two operable sashes or open outward, respectively. However, single slider windows still allow for significant airflow when fully opened, making them suitable for rooms where ventilation is a priority, such as kitchens, bathrooms, and living areas.

Yes, there are energy-efficient options available for window replacements, such as windows with Low-E glass, insulated frames, and multiple glazing layers. These energy-efficient features help minimize heat transfer, reduce air leakage, and improve thermal insulation, resulting in lower heating and cooling costs and increased indoor comfort. Energy-efficient windows can significantly impact utility bills by reducing the need for heating and cooling throughout the year, leading to long-term energy savings and a more environmentally friendly home. It is, therefore, recommended to install replacement windows with ENERGY STAR Ratings.

When selecting replacement windows, several essential qualities should be considered, including energy efficiency, durability, aesthetics, ease of maintenance, and warranty coverage. Energy-efficient windows with features like Low-E glass and insulated frames can help lower energy bills and improve indoor comfort. Durable materials such as vinyl, fiberglass, or aluminum ensure longevity and resistance to weathering and corrosion. Aesthetic considerations such as window style, grille patterns, and frame color should complement the architectural style of your home. Easy-to-clean features like tilt-in sashes can make maintenance more manageable, while warranty coverage provides peace of mind against defects or issues.

The main types of window frames available include vinyl, wood, aluminum, fiberglass, and composite materials. Each frame material has its advantages and considerations in terms of aesthetics, durability, energy efficiency, maintenance, and cost. Vinyl frames are low-maintenance, cost-effective, and energy-efficient, making them a popular choice for many homeowners. Wood frames offer a classic look and excellent insulation but require more maintenance and are susceptible to moisture and rot. Aluminum frames are strong, lightweight, and low-maintenance but can conduct heat and cold, reducing energy efficiency. Fiberglass and composite frames offer the benefits of both wood and vinyl, with durability, low maintenance, and energy efficiency. Choosing the right window frame material for your home depends on your specific preferences, budget, and performance requirements. Consulting with a professional window installer can help you make an informed decision based on your needs and priorities.

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