Sliding windows from SoftLite are like double- hung windows turned 90 degrees horizontally. Sliders are ideal for homes with relatively low ceilings, but with plenty of horizontal space along the wall. In addition, a sliding window has a more contemporary appearance than the colonial-style double hung, so this is ideal if you happen to prefer the modern look.
SoftLite’s sliding windows come with the same attractive features that are standard for our many other types of windows, including the tightest, most energy-efficient frame seal in the industry and a limited lifetime warranty that is transferable to a new owner if you sell your home. None of our vinyl windows will rust, rot, warp, pit, corrode, blister, or fade. These are, quite simply, the last windows your home will ever need.
Here are just a few of the features that set our sliding windows apart from the competition:
You can get practically any color or finish you would like for the frames of your sliding windows. We also manufacture some of the industry’s strongest double-hung, picture, and sliding impact windows that can protect your home against hurricanes and break-ins. To find out more about our wide variety of window styles, contact a SoftLite dealer near you.
Carpeted bathrooms, orange shag carpeting, avocado green appliances, and wallpaper borders — some trends are merely fads, but others have lasting endurance. With classic roots seen as far back as the factories and warehouses of the 19th century, black window frames have been here for a while, and they’re here to stay. Anyone scrolling through Pinterest for home design inspiration or flipping through an interior decorating magazine or catalog will likely come across the trend. Timeless yet modern, the versatility of black provides an enduring element that can go with virtually any aesthetic if you know how to incorporate it into your home.