Replacement Horizontal Sliding Windows
Horizontal Sliding Windows
Horizontal sliding windows slide left or right, depending on your preference.
Types Of Horizontal Sliding Windows
There are several types of horizontal sliding windows.
- Aluminum Horizontal Sliding Windows
- Vinyl Horizontal Sliding Windows
- Wood Horizontal Sliding Windows
Milgard Horizontal Sliding Windows
Aluminum is often used for contemporary homes because of the thin sightlines. However, aluminum windows are also seen on mid-century modern homes.
The Milgard Aluminum Series Features:
- Come with Milgard SunCoat Low E-glass – glass windows have a microscopically thin coating that is transparent and reflects heat
- Aluminum that is thermally improved – provides less heat/cold transfer, so there’s better insulation
- Full Lifetime Warranty
Interior & Exterior Color Options
Sliding Window Obscure Glass
- Clear 42
- Cross Reed
- Delta Frost
- Frosted Glue Chip
- Clue chip
- Narrow Reed
Sliding Window Tinted Glass Types
- Cardinal Low-E
- Solar Bronze
- Solar Gray
The Milgard Essence Series combines the beauty of wood and the durability of fiberglass. If your home interior requires wood to finish off the look, then the Essence Series is an excellent option.
Wood windows are known to look great and insulate well, but lack exterior durability. Exposure to the elements wares down the wood and its appearance fades. The Essence Series gives you all of the benefits by giving you the look of wood and the weather resistant strength of fiberglass.
Solid Wood Window Interior Types
- Douglas Fir
- Natural Pine
- Primed Pine
- Primed Wood – paint it your favorite color
Style Line Series
Milgard created the Style Line Series to offer homeowners a way to make their home look more expansive. They also made it with high quality and affordable vinyl for great durability, aesthetic, and pricing.
Style Line Exterior Vinyl Window Colors
There are eight premium vinyl colors to choose from.
There are three standard colors.
Trinsic was built to accommodate contemporary home styles, and homes with beautiful views. The windows are so low profile that homeowners and guests barely notice the window as the new expanded view captivates them.
Trinsic windows are
- Energy efficient
You get a sleek style, durability, and the maximum outside view.
Trinsic Exterior Vinyl Frame Colors
Milgard vinyl windows come in eleven exterior frame colors – three standard, and 8 premium. These are the same colors as the Style Line Series above.
The Tuscany Series is our premium vinyl window offering. With Tuscany you get can the look of a traditional wood window with the benefits of vinyl. The frame is vinyl, and wide enough that it mimics the look of wood frames.
Tuscany Series windows come in the eleven colors previously mentioned.
Quiet Line Series
Quiet Line Series was created for those homeowners who want as little outside noise as possible. It has exceptional noise protection, so they’re great for high traffic areas like airports, highways, or downtown areas.
The windows are triple glazed and utilize the perfect amount of space to reduce sound. For homes in very busy/loud areas, we have laminated glass and heavier glazing options.
Ultra Series is our premium fiberglass window. It’s built to resist swelling, rotting, and warping. It’s the choice for long-lasting windows.
Andersen Horizontal Sliding Windows
The Andersen 100 series is the most economical and eco-friendly offering of sliding windows. It’s made with the composite material Fibrex.
Fibrex is an alternative to vinyl windows that is:
- 2x as strong as vinyl
- Does better in extreme temperatures
- Uses reclaimed wood and reclaimed thermoplastic polymer
- Reduce VOC emissions
- Won’t rot, decay, have fungal growth, flake, blister, peel, pit, or corrode
The Andersen E-Series is the most customizable and least economical option. Unlike the other series options, the E-Series is made of wood and protected by aluminum exterior. You can choose custom colors, interior woods, and stains.
Benefits of Horizontal Sliding Windows
Sliding a window sideways is often easier than lifting a window to open it. Windows that open vertically can also close quickly, and either scare or injure people unprepared for it.