Apartment Building Window Installation: 65 Windows & 1 Sliding Door Completed Project
Updated: Oct 5
Installed 65 SLIDER WINDOWS AND 1 SLIDING PATIO DOOR for
Apartment Complex In Orange County, Southern California
A slider window is a type of window that you open horizontally. If you tilt your head to one side they almost look like double-hung windows. Their designs are one of the most simplest in terms the availability of replacing your windows. Even though the system remains the same, the number of window panes and movable panels can still change.
💡DID YOU KNOW?
When you live in the U.K, slider windows are called Yorkshire sash window and in the other parts of the world it is referred to as horizontal sliding sash window.
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On the other hand, sliding doors have now become a national architectural norm. Sliding glass doors are a popular choice among the most adventurous interior designers and homeowners and for a good reason. They add heaps of charm to interior spaces by being both practical and aesthetically beautiful.
The sleek design of slider windows suits modern homes perfectly. Simplicity and minimalism are still in with home design, and this window fits the criteria superbly. For the same reasons slider windows may suit modern homes and bungalows, they may look out of place in an older building.
Slider windows have a long history of creating functionality in homes, dating back to the 1700’s. It is often described as a double hung window placed on its side. They can open from either the left or the right side to provide a wide view of your surroundings and also come with a variety of customization, from grids to personalized interior and exterior colors.
There are three main types of slider windows: single slider, double slider, and three-pane slider. Single sliders have one fixed pane and one moveable pane. The moveable pane slides back and forth on the sash. Double sliders feature two or three panes of glass, but they have two panes that move. You can open either side of the window for more ventilation. Three-pane sliders usually feature a large picture window in the center and a sliding window on either side.
A sliding window is a fantastic option for your home; it floods a room with light, provides easy ventilation, and has an aesthetically pleasing simple design. Slider windows also happen to be one of the more inexpensive window types available. Here are the benefits that can bring in to your home once using slider windows:
They are EASY to Use
Sliding windows typically glide on a roller, so they open and close easily, often with just the push of a finger.
They Provide PLENTY of Ventilation
Because of their streamlined design, most sliders open fully to let in fresh air. On some styles, panels can be opened simultaneously to promote better ventilation.
They are SIMPLE to Clean
Most sliding windows feature panels that lift out completely, making them easy to clean.
They Optimized NATURAL LIGHT and Outdoor View
Sliding windows typically have oversized glass panels that let in plenty of natural light and offer homeowners wide, unobstructed views.
Replacing your home’s windows is a big investment, so you’ll want to choose windows that suit your needs and your house’s style such as the architectural of your property, the room's dimensions, the purpose of the windows and especially you personal style.
COMPLETED INSTALLATION OF SIMONTON® SLIDER WINDOWS
COMPLETED INSTALLATION OF MILGARD® SLIDER WINDOWS
One of the most practical doors for your indoor and outdoor spaces are sliding doors. These doors create large openings to connect your indoors and outdoors and bring in gorgeous natural light. They are available in a wide range of types and styles to work for different style homes. Sliding doors have great style potential, and they also work well for maximizing space.
Sliding patio doors are crafted for smooth operation and beautiful design. Standard sliding patio doors open by sliding along horizontal tracks at the head and sill. A sliding door can be designed for either a right-hand or left-hand operation and can accommodate tight-fitted spaces.
Sliding doors consist of multiple panels that operate as one unit. The doors open and close along a fixed upper and/or lower track or glide. For most sliding door configurations, one door remains stationary while the other is movable.
A sliding patio door slides smoothly back and forth, making it a great addition to a room without expending any space. While hinged doors open inward or outward, sliding doors does not require swing room and can accommodate tight-fitted spaces. Whether on commercial or residential premises, installing this structure has numerous visual benefits.
More Natural Light will Enter
The installation of sliding doors will allow an abundance of natural light to enter and illuminate a home or office. Additionally, reducing artificial lighting during the day will make a house appear cozier and more inviting. The versatility of placing floor-to-ceiling glass panels might provide a more expansive picture of the surroundings.
Unrivaled Aesthetics and Variety
Glass sliding doors are available in a wide array of styles. The frames can be powder-coated and customized to meet the aesthetic requirements of your client’s home.
During the summer months, in particular, these doors will prevent hot air from entering your interior spaces. While on winter, they will trap the internal heat, maintaining year-round appropriate indoor temperatures which will help you lower your heating and cooling system’s energy consumption, resulting in substantial savings on your monthly energy expenses.
Silent and Low-Maintenance
Compared to other designs, they are quieter to open and close and require minimal maintenance. To clean the sliding door panels and glass panes, one only requires soapy water, a sponge, and a soft cloth.
COMPLETED INSTALLATION OF SIMONTON® SLIDING GLASS DOORS
COMPLETED INSTALLATION OF MILGARD® SLIDING GLASS DOORS
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