Sliding Window / July 24, 2018 / Marc Girard
To save on energy one can choose a doubleglazed window (which uses two panels of glass). The layer between the two glasses acts as an insulator to save the heat in the room. Depending on how much privacy and safety is required in the area where you live you may opt for fortified or screened windows. But above all its your budget that will have a final say on how your windows will look. There are benefits and drawbacks of each kind of window. Lets look at some of them:
The sliding door is generally available in glass which allows light to enter your home. They can be used as a partition between two rooms or can also be used to connect to your patio or garden. The sliding windows are available in glass as well. Different kinds of frames are available for these but it is best to opt for the U PVC frames. They are durable ECO friendly and are easy to maintain as well. Sliding frames are generally used in areas that have large open space. They are apt for places that can accommodate 23 panels easily.
To install sliding window locks you need the following tools: Sliding windows can be lifted to varying degrees within their track. If you are using the venting position it is a good idea to fit something in the track to stop the window from being lifted. Small blocks of wood or plastic or just a screw can be used. If fitted correctly this can make the window a lot more secure especially when locking the window in the open position.