SLIDING WINDOWS

SLIDING WINDOWS

The sliding window is made up of two (or more) sashes that slide horizontally, to the left or right, on tracks. The sliding window can be made wider and taller with the addition of sashes.

The sliders work on a 'ride over' mechanism. The track on which the sash slides is raised slightly above the ground, preventing dust from settling in the track. The dust-free track ensures a far smoother sliding motion when compared to conventional sliders.

CASEMENT WINDOWS

The casement window opens inwards or outwards with the help of a sash that is fixed on outer frame. The design can vary from fixed, side hung or top hung.