High-Performance Sliding Windows for New Jersey Homes
One of the most exciting parts of a home window replacement project is choosing the right window style. There are a variety of options to choose from, and sliding windows have stood out as a popular option for New Jersey homeowners. As the name suggests, these windows operate by sliding on a track with a system of rollers. Often, they are used for wide window openings. However, thanks to their elegant design and ease of operation, sliding windows are well suited to virtually any space.
Based in East Hanover, New Jersey, New View Windows and Doors proudly installs premium sliding windows from trusted brands, such as Ideal Window and Pella, in homes in Morris, Essex, Union, Somerset, Paramus, and Bergen counties.
Why Choose Slider Windows
Sliding windows from New View Windows and Doors are designed to provide decades of beauty and performance. For example, they feature a best-in-class track and roller framework that ensures ease of operation. And, their premium frames won’t warp, chip, crack, or rot even after years of exposure to harsh weather conditions. You’ll also enjoy exceptional energy efficiency thanks to insulated frame and glass packages.
Additionally, our sliding windows can be customized to suit your home and preferences. For example, you can choose from simple two-lite sliders. Or, if you’d like to flood your home with natural light, select a three-lite slider framed around a fixed picture window. Of course, you can also choose from a wide array of frame colors and additional customization options to create a look that you love.
If you’d like more information about the features and benefits of the sliding windows we install in New Jersey homes, contact New View Windows and Doors today.
Compare Slider Windows
When compared to slider windows, Awning requires more effort because slider windows can open when slid. Sliders also provide more space and proper air ventilation than awning windows since; awning windows only open up to a certain angle, but sliders are entirely open.
A double-hung window opens from top or base, while a solitary hung window can open one band. Flat sliding windows are usually alluded to just as sliding windows or slider windows. This style generally incorporates boards inside the window that slide side to side.
Hopper windows allow more ventilation compared to slider windows because of how much it opens. Although it can be argued that sliders provide more air, it all comes down to how large the window is.