Sliding Windows Collection

Sliding Window Collection


Silver Line Exteriors is a renowned manufacturer of high-quality vinyl windows. With years of industry experience, we pride ourselves on offering the best in design, durability, and energy efficiency. Our sliding windows collection is a perfect example of our commitment to providing exceptional products that cater to your unique needs.

In this article, we’ll explore the features and benefits of sliding windows, the types available in our collection, the materials and manufacturing processes we use, and a gallery showcasing our best sliding window installations. We’ll also answer some frequently asked questions to help you make an informed decision.

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Features and Benefits of Sliding Windows

Space-saving Design

Sliding windows offer a sleek, space-saving design that complements any architectural style. Their smooth gliding mechanism eliminates the need for extra clearance, making them an ideal choice for rooms with limited space.

Easy Operation and Low Maintenance

Our sliding windows are designed for easy operation. The smooth sliding mechanism ensures effortless opening and closing. Made from premium vinyl materials, our windows require minimal maintenance and are resistant to peeling, chipping, and fading.

Energy Efficiency and Insulation

Our sliding windows collection features advanced insulation and low-e glass options that help reduce your energy bills while maintaining optimal indoor temperatures. Our sliding windows features dual weatherstripping- designed to prevent drafts and air leaks, ensuring your home stays comfortable all year round.

Customization Options

We understand the importance of having a window that matches your personal style and complements your home’s aesthetics. That’s why we offer a variety of colors, sizes, and styles for you to choose from.

Enhanced Security Features

Our sliding windows come equipped with high-quality primary sash locks with a secondary night-lock for ventilation, ensuring convenience and safety.

Types of Sliding Windows in the Collection

Horizontal Sliding Windows

These windows slide left and right, offering excellent ventilation and an unobstructed view of the outdoors.

Single Hung Windows

A practical and stylish option, vertical sliding windows glide up and down, allowing for optimal airflow without compromising on appearance.

Double Sliding Windows

Featuring two movable sashes, double sliding windows offer increased flexibility in terms of ventilation and natural light.

Combination Windows

Combination windows are a versatile option that allows you to combine sliding windows with fixed picture windows for a unique and functional design.

Here is a list of our other window styles.

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High-Quality Materials and Manufacturing Processes

Premium Vinyl Materials

Our sliding windows are made from high-quality vinyl materials, ensuring durability and longevity. We offer a lifetime warranty on our profile against peeling, warping or discoloration.  

Advanced Manufacturing Techniques

We use state-of-the-art manufacturing processes to create sliding windows that fit perfectly and perform exceptionally.

High-performance Glass Options

Silverline works with Canada’s leading glass fabricator Vitrum to ensure a high quality product. for aChoose from a range of energy-efficient and noise-reducing glass options to further enhance the performance of your sliding windows.

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Gallery of Sliding Windows Projects

Take a look at our impressive portfolio of sliding window installations to see the quality craftsmanship and attention to detail that goes into each project. Our gallery showcases a variety of projects, emphasizing the advantages of choosing Silver Line Exteriors for your window needs.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the disadvantages of sliding windows?

While sliding windows offer many advantages, there are some potential disadvantages to consider. These include:

  • Limited ventilation: Since only one sash can be opened at a time, sliding windows may not provide as much airflow as other window types.
  • Potential for dirt accumulation: Sliding windows operate on tracks, which can accumulate dirt and debris over time, potentially affecting the smooth operation of the window.
  • Less airtight compared to casement windows: Sliding windows may not seal as tightly as casement windows, which can impact energy efficiency.

Are sliding windows less expensive?

Sliding windows are generally less expensive than other window types, such as casement or awning windows. The simpler design and fewer moving parts contribute to their lower cost. However, the final price will depend on factors like size, materials, and glass options.

How much does it cost to make a sliding window?

The cost to make a sliding window can vary greatly depending on the materials used, the size of the window, and the complexity of the design. On average, you can expect to pay between $300 and $800 for a standard sliding window, including installation. Customization options, such as specific colors, glass types, and other features, can increase the cost.

Which is more expensive: casement or sliding windows?

Casement windows are typically more expensive than sliding windows due to their more complex design and hardware. However, the difference in cost can be justified by the improved energy efficiency and tighter seal that casement windows provide. When choosing between the two, it’s essential to weigh the benefits and drawbacks of each option and consider your specific needs and budget.

Which type of sliding window is best?

The best type of sliding window depends on your individual preferences and requirements. Here’s a brief overview of the types of sliding windows available in our collection:

  • Horizontal sliding windows: Ideal for providing an unobstructed view and excellent ventilation, these windows are perfect for rooms with limited wall space.
  • Vertical sliding windows: These windows offer a unique and stylish appearance while allowing for optimal airflow.
  • Double sliding windows: With two movable sashes, these windows provide increased flexibility in terms of ventilation and natural light.
  • Combination windows: For a versatile and functional design, combination windows can be paired with other window styles, such as fixed or casement windows.

Consider factors like your home’s architecture, the available wall space, and your desired level of ventilation when choosing the best sliding window type for your needs.

What sizes do sliding windows come in?

Sliding windows come in a variety of standard sizes to accommodate various room dimensions and design preferences. Common sizes include:

  • 24″ x 36″
  • 36″ x 36″
  • 48″ x 36″
  • 60″ x 36″
  • 72″ x 36″

However, at Silver Line Exteriors, we also offer custom sizing options to ensure a perfect fit for your unique space and requirements. Please consult with our team to discuss your specific sizing needs.