Vinyl Single Slider Window Meets Energy Star Requirements

Vinyl Single Slider Window Meets Energy Star Requirements

A new budget conscious vinyl window that features dual-pane insulated glass meets Energy Star requirements in the North-Central, South-Central, and Southern Climate Zones.

The 1630 Vinyl Single-Slider window from MI Windows & Doors combines styling and handcrafted quality, while helping to reduce heating and cooling costs in both new construction and replacement projects.

The window’s dual-pane insulated glass packages offer outstanding thermal performance, qualities that help lower solar heat gain when temperatures get warmer. 

“Our new single-slider window is designed to provide expansive, scenic views from virtually any location,” said Tony Matter, MI’s marketing director. “Stylish and energy-efficient, the 1630 single-slider is the ideal choice for renovations or new building projects.”

With low-maintenance and design flexibility, the 1630 single slider meets Energy Star requirements in North-Central, South-Central, and Southern climate zones.

The 1630 features a slim profile that provides a large viewing area and unobstructed outlook with clean, continuous lines. Available in two- and three-lite configurations with a DP-50 option to enhance performance in coastal areas, the window is available in white, clay, or almond with beveled exterior edges, an integral pull rail and decorative mortise recessed locks. 

To enhance comfort and safety, the 1630 can be purchased with tempered glass, which is four times stronger than non-tempered glass. Other prominent features include:

  • Warm-edge spacer system that maximizes energy efficiency and improves the seal performance of insulated glass units
  • Welded, multi-chambered frame and sash for superior strength and energy-efficiency
  • Heavy-duty weather stripping for protection against wind, rain, dust, and noise
  • Dual adjustable roller system for easy operation

Read more about energy-efficient doors and windows.

 


Topics: Energy Star, Thermal Envelope, Windows


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