Doors &

Double & Single Slider Windows

Single and double slider windows feature one or two sashes that slide horizontally to provide ventilation and easy operation.


Slider windows, as the name suggests, slide horizontally to open and close. Comprising two sections or sashes, the single slider has one stationary sash and one that slides, while the double slider allows both sashes to slide, granting an easy and versatile access to the outdoors or simply letting fresh air in.

Benefits and Distinctions

  1. Easy Operation: With a simple slide mechanism, these windows are user-friendly and require minimal effort to open or close.
  2. Maximized View: Given the wider design, slider windows often provide a more expansive and unobstructed view of the outdoors.
  3. Space-saving: Unlike windows that open outwards or inwards, slider windows don’t encroach on indoor or outdoor space, making them excellent for rooms facing patios, decks, or walkways.
  4. Effective Ventilation: The wide opening allows for ample airflow, which can be particularly beneficial in rooms that require consistent ventilation.
  5. Low Maintenance: With fewer parts than many other window types and no springs or pulleys, slider windows typically require less maintenance.

Applications of Double & Single Slider Windows

  1. Living Rooms: Given their ability to offer panoramic views, they are perfect for living rooms where the outside view can add to the room’s aesthetic.
  2. Kitchens: Especially for kitchens with counters or sinks facing the window, the horizontal sliding mechanism allows for easy operation without needing to stretch over counters to open or close the window.
  3. Bedrooms: For ground-floor bedrooms or those facing private backyards, double slider windows can offer both a view and a quick escape route in case of emergencies.
  4. Basements: Given their simplicity and the ease with which they can be adjusted for small or unconventional spaces, slider windows are a common choice for basements, ensuring airflow in spaces that might otherwise be stuffy.

Double and single slider windows combine functional benefits with aesthetic appeal, making them a popular choice for modern homes and renovations aiming for a touch of simplicity and elegance.