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Easy Upkeep and Wider Views

Unlike the traditional single hung or double hung windows, sliding windows open horizontally instead of vertically. Depending on your lighting and ventilation needs, sliding windows—also called sliders—can be a superior option for your home or business. Available in a wide variety of colors, styles, materials, and finishes, sliding windows offer a number of generous advantages.


Wood windows have three main advantages that make them best-sellers: their architectural integrity, their superior customization, and their natural insulation.


For many homes in the Bay Area, value is dependent upon a cohesive and original architectural style. Custom window replacements are a great way to improve the energy efficiency of your home while still maintaining the architectural integrity.Sliding window panes are much larger than double hung windows. Since your eyes take in more from side-to-side than up-and-down, a larger sliding window provides a more natural view of the outside world—perfect for people who want to soak up the beautiful outdoor scenery! A larger window also lets in more natural light and fresh air, which means better ventilation.


One of the primary functions of windows is to let in fresh air, keeping your home or office ventilated. If a window is difficult to operate, you’re probably not going to bother trying to open it as much. On that note, sliding windows are practically known for their ease of operation. One glass panel typically slides on rollers while the other panel remains stationary. Some styles can be ordered as double or triple sliders for greater versatility. As long as the window remains well-maintained, you can open it with just the push of a finger.


Sliding windows are highly energy-efficient. A lack of complicated moving parts allows the window to close tightly, effectively blocking outside air from trickling in. Sliding window panes also have insulating gas and non-conductive spacers between them to help insulate against cold air flow. These features help keep a home or office cooler in the summer and warmer during winter.


Aside from energy efficiency, lack of complicated moving parts also means that sliding windows are easier to maintain. When installed correctly, you can expect sliders to last for many years without giving you trouble. It’s also easy to pop out the operable pane of glass for cleaning—or even to make room for a window air conditioner
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"Loved working with Custom Exteriors. Very responsive to inquiries. Precise in their measurements, estimate and timeframe for completion. Highly recommend them."

Brian I.

Tampa, FL

"Custom Exteriors provided a great product and good service in replacing 2 sliding glass doors and 2 other windows in my townhouse.  One was a custom window that required extra work in refitting the plantation shutters to the new window.  Although there were some bumps along the way, Jeff and his foreman Ryan excelled at follow up.  I would recommend Custom Exteriors."

Carole N.

Tampa, FL

"Custom Exteriors did a wonderful job. The installation crew were neat and thorough. My salesman Mark kept me informed about delivery and the windows are beautiful, quiet and warm house.  I’m very pleased."

Susan G.

Tampa, FL