Sliding Window / July 16, 2018 / Guillaume Roussel
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:
Sliding windows are windows especially designed for those people who want an unobstructive view of the outside while at the same time still having the protection and functionality of a window. These windows are easy to use you just have to slide them from one another to open or close them. Window cleaning has been already a difficult task what more if you are cleaning a sliding window?
You will then need to install the panels into the rails. This can be hard because they are designed to not fall out. There may be Velcro strips you can install on the inside of the head rail to secure the windows. This should also let you slip in the panels. The valance returns attach to joiners but you may have to trip excess fabric. Woven wooden valances come with an aluminium L joint in the corner that inserts into the panel. The last step is to install the cords which move the panels along the track.