When we want to change the windows in our home, there are many factors that influence our decision, such as the model, the material, the type of opening, and more.

Currently, sliding windows are the most popular and in-demand choice for homes. In this post, we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of sliding windows to help you solidify your decision, or on the contrary, to consider this option that you may not have taken into account.

Benefits they provide

No invasion of interior space | It doesn't matter what is below or in front of the window; it can open without having to remove anything or restrict movement in the room.
Security | Since there are no open leaves inward, there are no protruding edges to bump into.
Views, views, views! Often, the view can be 'obstructed' by the profiles of casement windows, while sliding windows can have larger leaf sizes with a higher percentage of glass.


The entire opening cannot be utilized At least half of the window will always be covered by glass. 

Less efficient than casement windows | Due to brush seals, the airtightness is never the same as that of casement windows. 

Lower acoustic insulation | For the same reason as above, noise from outside may be more noticeable. 

More challenging to clean | To clean the glass, you need to reach out from the outside, which limits your range of motion.

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