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Sliding Windows in Beaumont, TX

Window World of Beaumont’s Sliding Windows suit any space, gliding for fresh air and closing for privacy.

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In tight spaces, like behind a kitchen sink, it’s not always possible to easily open windows. With sliding windows, you’ll never have to struggle. Window World of Beaumont offers functional, American-made sliding windows that provide fresh airflow. The insulated glass panels also add energy efficiency and natural light. Additional benefits include:

  • Create expansive views without sacrificing airflow
  • Energy-efficient design allows you to save on costs
  • Perfect for spots without room for a crank handle

Sliding window colors to meet your specific taste.

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Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.

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Additional Benefits

Unlike wood, the vinyl frames will never chip or peel
Select 2-lite or 3-lite sliding swing & clean designs
Large panels capture picturesque Texas views
Variety of design options to fit your style
Includes our transferable limited lifetime warranty

What is energy efficiency?

Energy-Efficient Windows

When it comes to your home, energy-efficient windows require less energy to heat your space than traditional products. That means savings on your monthly bills and comfort year-round.

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Sliding Windows FAQs

What is a sliding window?

Also known as slider windows, sliding windows have sashes that can slide open or closed. Sashes on sliding windows are designed to move back and forth horizontally, unlike double hung windows, which have sashes that move up and down vertically.

How do you clean sliding windows?

To properly clean sliding windows, you’ll want to remove both window sashes. To remove your sashes for cleaning, follow these steps:

  • Slide the sash towards the opposite side, leaving a gap of about 3”.
  • Lift the sash as high as it will allow.
  • Pull the bottom of the sash inwards towards you and remove it from the rail.
  • Carefully lower the right sash to the floor so it can be cleaned.
  • Slide the sash towards the opposite side, again leaving a gap of about 3”.
  • Raise the sash as high as it will allow.
  • Pull the bottom of the sash inwards towards you and remove it from the rail.
  • Carefully lower and place the ash onto the floor where it can be cleaned.

How do you put a sliding window back in its frame?

Removing and reassembling sliding window sashes is much more simple than it may appear. To put your sliding window sashes back in place, follow the steps below:

  1. Push the top of the exterior-facing window sash up until it sits in the outer window track (the track closest to the exterior of the window). Continue providing upward pressure and push the bottom of the window sash into place on the lower track.
  2. Next, push the top of the interior-facing window sash into the upper track (on the interior side of the frame). While continuing to apply upward pressure, push the lower portion of the inner window sash into the lower track until it is securely in place.

How do you measure sliding windows?

When replacing windows, you should always have a professional take measurements before making a purchase. That being said, if you’re interested in measuring sliding windows, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Remove your sliding window sashes from the window frame and place them carefully on the ground or in a safe place.
  2. Begin by measuring the width of your window frame, specifically the space between the window jambs on either side.
  3. Next, measure the height of the windows, at the most narrow point.
  4. Finally, measure the window depth by taking measurements of the space between the outer and inner window stops.

What is the difference between sliding windows and double-hung?

Sliding windows open and close horizontally while double-hung windows open and close vertically.

How long will sliding windows last?

Sliding windows typically last between 5-10 years. Window World’s replacement windows are also backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

Can I replace a normal window with a sliding window?

Yes. Many times the space left from an old window will allow for a sliding window to be installed, but if necessary Window World of Beaumont can adjust your opening to fit any window you desire.

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Our quote from Window World was half the price of the others. Getting a quote took maybe an hour and we got our windows in 6 weeks after the order was put in. To replace all 8 windows and a sliding glass door took about 3 hours and we are really happy with how the work was done and how good they look.
Tria V.
I love my new windows, what a difference, my experience was stupendous from the sales rep Clint Conley to the installation guys. Windows arrived ahead of schedule and were installed a few days later. I liked them so much, I ordered 2 additional windows for a total of 13. I have recommended Window World of Houston to my neighbors.
Cathy C.
Great crew and super respectful. Fast and reliable. Absolutely love the windows. Can’t wait to finish the rest of the house.
Esther R.

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