Effortless Operation, Even in Tight Spaces
If you need a window that offers you fantastic views but can still be opened effortlessly in tight spaces, gliding windows are for you. At C&L Ward, we’ve been working with homeowners throughout the Midwest for nearly 50 years to make their window dreams a reality. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Andersen, the countries largest window and door manufacturer. Our gliding windows are available in dozens of combinations so you can find the perfect solution for your home.
Gliding windows are designed to be operated effortlessly. They glide along a track so that the sashes stand behind each other when opened. This means that they stay flush with the wall and have a full, top-to-bottom opening. These features make gliding windows a great choice for rooms that face patios, porches, and walkways. And, since they’re designed by Andersen®, our gliding windows durable enough to last for years, with industry-leading warranties to back them up.
Make Our Gliding Windows Work for You
When you work with C&L Ward, you can customize many features of your new gliding windows, including:
- Frame type — Your gliding window frame can be made from a number of materials, all designed to have a fantastic appearance, durability, and energy efficiency. You can even have your new windows made out of Andersen’s own Fibrex® composite — one of the strongest, most efficient materials on the market.
- Hardware selection — Make your new window fit the rest of your home perfectly with a number of hardware options.
- Glazing options — Maximize your window’s energy efficiency with multi-paned, gas-filled glass. You can also select between a number of low-e coatings to minimize UV rays and increase your window’s thermal performance.
Whatever you choose, you can count on C&L Ward to make your window installation go smoothly. We’ve got years of experience to get your window replacement done quickly and correctly. Contact us today to set up a risk-free, in-home consultation with one of our window experts, or come by one of our design centers to learn more.
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