Unique vertical slider
Vertical sliders have been one of our absolute specialties for thirty years now. They are smooth-running, absolutely tight and safe, and a real feast for the eyes. Today we manufacture them to slide up, to slide down or as an electrical model. Naturally, in wood or wood-aluminium.
Our vertical slider
The vertical sliding window
The classic model among our sliding windows: our vertical sliding window or push-me-up. Very smooth-running, with narrow guide grooves, available in wood and wood-aluminium.
The electrical sliding window
Like the vertical sliding window, only electrical: a brand-new addition to our sliding window family, the E-sliding window can be opened and closed simply at the touch of a button.
Another newcomer among the sliding windows is the push-me-down. The name says it all: The upper sash can be slid downward via a guide groove, similar to the push-me-up.
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The advantages of a vertical slider
The sash can be pushed up and down with very little effort - and can remain in any position.
When closed, Sorpetaler vertical sliders are anchored in one plane and are just as tight and secure as regular tilt-and-turn windows.
Since no window panel protrudes into the room when opened, vertical sliders are perfect for small rooms or behind the kitchen or bathroom sink.
Our vertical slider is available in 68 and 78 mm frame thickness, with double or triple glazing, made of wood or wood-aluminium.
Whether for old or new buildings, with fixed panel or openable panel, with sash bars or as a large seat window - our vertical slider can do it all.
The space wonder
Clearing the windowsill, airing the room, putting everything back - that can be quite a pain. Our vertical slider puts an end to this. It's really smart in the bathroom. Above the kitchen sink. As a hatch to the patio. Or as a sales window.
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Frequently asked questions about the vertical slider
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How to get our products
You provide us with some basic information about your building project. You are welcome to send us a quick and easy e-mail to email@example.com.
We forward your enquiry to one of our qualified partners in your area.
Our partner will provide you with expert advice on products and features on your premises and can prepare a quote. We encourage all partners to also provide installation services directly or indirectly, or assist in finding trained and qualified installers at the local level.
As soon as we receive the order, we manufacture your windows and doors to size. After delivery, our partner installs them.