Sliding Windows

Sliding windows, also known as gliding windows, are a popular type of window that operates by sliding horizontally along a track. It consist of two or more sashes that slide horizontally past each other on a track. One sash remains stationary while the other(s) slides horizontally to open or close the window. The sliding mechanism is typically facilitated by rollers or gliding systems for smooth and effortless operation.

Sliding windows are well-suited for areas with limited space because they do not protrude inward or outward when opened. Since they slide horizontally rather than opening on hinges, they do not require extra space for operation, making them ideal for tight spaces like hallways or rooms adjacent to walkways.

Our Sliding windows have a sleek and contemporary design that can complement various architectural styles. They offer clean lines and a wide glass area, allowing for ample natural light and unobstructed views. Sliding windows provide excellent ventilation options. They can be opened partially or fully, allowing for controlled airflow into the space. Some sliding windows also feature screens that keep insects out while allowing fresh air to circulate.

Akshara’s Sliding windows are designed with energy-efficient features. Look for windows with low-E (low-emissivity) glass, insulated frames, and weatherstripping to improve energy efficiency and minimize heat transfer. These features help maintain indoor comfort and reduce heating or cooling costs.

Our Sliding windows can be equipped with secure locking mechanisms to ensure the safety of the property. Look for windows with multiple locking points or additional security features for enhanced protection against intrusions.