At Dover Doors and Windows we’ve been providing homeowners with the best choices in home improvement since 1936. When it comes to windows we are not just bringing you the normal run of the mill box store windows but Dover’s very own brand of windows. Part of that brand is our custom built glider windows that come in three different series and a variety options to fit any ones style and budget with the perfect view of your property.
Glider windows are designed to do just that slider with ease back and forth behind each other sashes. These windows sit flush with the wall and open up one side at a time to give a full top and bottom breeze. These windows are very durable and will with stand the weather and years very well making them a great choice for any home.
When it comes to choosing what is best for your new glider windows we suggest that you start with deciding what series of window your looking for your project. Dover Doors and Windows provides you with three options when it come to the series options.
The first series you have to pick from is our Dover Windows 3000 series. For this series you have a few different options to pick from. For our 3000 series you can select between 7 internal grid patterns for your windows. The next option you have for this series is the option of color and for the 3000 series you have the choices of white or tan. The final option you can select from is the option for 3 screen options: Standard, BetterVue and Pet Screen.
The second series available to choose from is our Dover Windows 7400 series. For this series you have a larger selection of glass options, Grid patterns and glass styles. These options of glass will give you 15 different options to decide on when it come to your new casement windows. When it comes to your colors you have a large selection of colors including 5 internal colors including 2 vinyl colors and 3 wood grain options. For your exterior choices your looking at 15 different color options including 11 exterior paint colors and 4 exterior laminate colors.
The final choice you have the option of selecting for your new glider windows in the Dover Windows 8000 series. The 8000 series will offer you the most choices to make about your new windows. The first of these choices that is exclusive to this series is the option if you want to
get internal blinds that come in 5 different colors. after selecting to add blinds or not then you can choice from 4 grid styles, and 11 glass styles for your new window. The last choice for the Dover 8000 series glider window is the color when it comes to this series your looking at 2 vinyl colors, 5 exterior wood grain, and 11 exterior paint colors.
Now that you have gone over all the different choices you have for your glider window its time to design your next window. Click the button below to find your way to design your windows before you purchase them or can call us at 810-235-2573. We look forward to helping you design the casement window of your dream.
Glider windows, also known as sliding windows or slider windows, are a type of window that operates by sliding horizontally along a track. They have at least two sashes, one of which is stationary while the other slides horizontally to open and close the window. Glider windows can be designed to slide from left to right or right to left, depending on the manufacturer’s design and the homeowner’s preference.
Here are some key features and advantages of glider windows:
Smooth Operation: Glider windows operate smoothly and are easy to open and close, typically using a simple push or pull motion.
Space-Saving: Since glider windows don’t swing inward or outward like casement or awning windows, they are an excellent choice when you want to save space in a room or when there are obstacles outside the window.
Versatility: Glider windows can be designed in various sizes, making them suitable for both small and large openings. They are commonly used in living rooms, bedrooms, and spaces where ease of operation is important.
Energy Efficiency: When properly sealed, glider windows can provide good insulation, helping to keep your home energy-efficient and comfortable.
Ventilation: They offer flexibility in terms of ventilation. You can open one side slightly for a gentle breeze or slide the window completely open to allow more air circulation.
Low Maintenance: Glider windows are relatively low-maintenance because they have fewer moving parts than some other window types.
Contemporary Look: Their sleek, modern design can enhance the aesthetics of your home and provide unobstructed views of the outdoors.
Glider windows are available in various materials, including vinyl, wood, aluminum, and fiberglass, each with its own advantages and considerations. The choice of material can affect factors like energy efficiency, maintenance requirements, and cost.