Why choose Sliding Windows?

Why choose Sliding Windows?

Sliding windows can create a sense of space and light due to the minimal amount of aluminium. They make it simple to open and close a window with minimal effort and can provides at least one sliding panel that does not protrude outward or inward. We offer both horizontal and vertical sliding window options which are ideal for when space is at a premium.

Sliding windows come in either standard aluminium framing, or thermally enhanced, for increased insulation.

  • Ideal where serveries to the outside are desired.
  • Often used above kitchen benches to avoid having windows protruding into the bench space.
  • Where no projections on to busy areas are wanted
  • Well suited to large spans
  • Useful for maximising views
  • Where furniture are close to the joinery

Sliding Configurations
See this website for images and codes eg F23 


Sliding Window FAQs

What is a vertical sliding window?

Typically, there are two types of vertical sliding windows – single sash and double sash. In a single sash design, only one of the window panes can be moved up or down, the other remains fixed in its position. But in a double sash window design both can be moved and even cross over one another along their sliders.

How much does it cost to replace a sliding window?

The costs to replace a sliding window vary hugely depending on size, quality of the replacement, glazing type and existing issues within the house. On average, it can cost between $2500 and $3000 but all these prices are indicative. For an actual cost, get a quote for a professional, who will ensure water-tight installation and a top quality supply of windows.

What is a shugg window?

Shugg windows are also called sashless windows. They are sliding windows that have an upper and a lower pane that overlap. There are no horizontal rails. They are favoured thanks to their open design which allows an unobstructed view. They open to two thirds of their width, providing you with a wide opening. Set on tracks, you simply have to slide them open or closed.

As shuggs do not have aluminium frames on their panels, they allow plenty of light and a view without any interruptions. This is excellent in terms of design and the appeal of your home. They can be installed with multi-lockable security features for safety. They look great both in contemporary and traditional spaces, ad can be designed to suit your architecture.

Discover Our Hardware Solutions

We offer four distinct ranges - Urbo, Miro, Icon, and Elemental - each featuring a hardware selection tailored to complement various window and door formats, all designed to match your unique style.


Discover our options for different colours and finishes

Product is available in a large range of Dulux Powder Coat colours as well as anodise finishes.