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Single and Double Sliders

Single & Double Sliding Windows

You can make your kitchen, bathrooms and bedrooms work and look better with single and double sliding windows. Plus, upgrading can get you up to $5,000 in rebates.

These favourites slide horizontally, as opposed to hung windows that move vertically, making them easy upgrades for most spaces at home.

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  • Easy to open and shut.
  • Large and bright.
  • Quick and simple to clean.
  • Energy efficient.

Single or double sliders form an airtight seal when closed, so families who like to let the fresh air in through the summer don’t lose efficiency in the winter.

Since they slide open and shut much easier than your old windows, reaching over your kitchen counter or stretching to open the window above your bed won’t be so annoying any more.

Take a look at the gallery to see them in a home comparable to yours.

What’s the difference?

You probably figured it out, but the only differences between single and double slider windows is:

  • Single slider windows have one sliding window section.
  • Double slider windows have two sliding sections (and are often bigger).

When you upgrade to specific Energy Star single or double sliders (specifically, Energy Star 2017 Most Efficient certified windows with U value at or below 1.4 W/m2 K or 0.25 BTU/h ft2 F), you can get back up to $5,000 in rebates from the Government of Ontario.

The new (and improved) Ontario Green Fund from the Government of Ontario gives green-minded families $500 back per window upgrade, to a maximum of $5,000.

Or you can call to talk to a member of our team about the single and double sliding windows that qualify for the program.

It’s a smart upgrade that makes your home more functional and attractive, and it’s the best rebate program ever offered.

Call to chat about your options today.