Sierra Pacific Slides Open H3 Window Line
with New Easy-Glide Slider
Innovative H3 Horizontal Slider is an option-rich alternative for new construction and replacement markets.
PHILADELPHIA (May 17, 2016) – Sierra Pacific Windows announces the expansion of its H3 Window lineup with the new H3 Slider Window. The high-performing easy-glide slider fills an important niche in the new construction and replacement window markets, and offers a variety of glass and accessory options.
The H3 product line is one of our fastest growing innovations,” said Vice President of Business Development and Customer Service Bob Taylor. “This new horizontal glider will fit in nicely alongside our H3 easy-tilt double hung, as well as casement, awning, and picture windows.”
Like its H3 counterparts, the new slider has Sierra Pacific’s proprietarily-patented Fusion Technology™, which integrates three perfect materials -- extruded aluminum, vinyl and solid wood -- into one perfect window. Its solid wood interior provides warmth, beauty and thermal insulation, unlike veneers on some windows. It is also protected to its core against water and rot by Sierra Pacific’s exclusively patented CoreGuard™ wood treatment.
Aesthetically, the new H3 slider is unparalleled. Select ponderosa pine is standard, but it is also available in eight other wood species. An innovative snap-lock design eliminates unsightly screws or fasteners on the interior. Additionally, mitered corners and narrow sash stiles and rails offer a full vista view. A tilt-in sash is offered for easy cleaning.
The H3 slider offers a standard teflon gliding mechanism, while precision stainless steel rollers are an option. An interior vinyl track mechanism is available in beige or white to seamlessly blend with a painted white interior. It also comes with simulated divided lite grilles or Sierra Pacific’s between-the-glass grilles.
To accommodate more glazing options (including triple IG), the H3 slider is available up to a 1” glass thickness. Jamb depth options can range up to 8-1/8”.
For greater durability and dent resistance, the H3 slider offers a thicker, stronger 0.055” extruded aluminum cladding. This is at least twice as thick as competitors’ roll-form cladding. Likewise, it comes with an extra-strong 0.078” vinyl base frame for superior rigidity, tight corners, total protection against rot, and enhanced resistance to air or water leaks. Overall, the H3 virtually eliminates racking problems. An integral rigid nailing fin provides greater structural integrity, offering an improved water barrier and easy installation.
For more information, visit www.sierrapacificwindows.com or call 800-433-4873.
ABOUT SIERRA PACIFIC WINDOWS
Sierra Pacific Windows is a division of Sierra Pacific Industries, a family-owned forest products company. Based in Red Bluff, California, Sierra Pacific Windows is one of the largest manufacturers of superior quality, custom wood and vinyl windows and doors in the world. It is the only fully vertically-integrated window and door company, in which the company owns the forestland and manages the entire manufacturing and distribution process. Sierra Pacific Windows has a combined manufacturing production space of one million square feet in California and Wisconsin. Its windows and doors are distributed via more than 600 dealers, distributors and company-owned locations.
ABOUT SIERRA PACIFIC INDUSTRIES
Sierra Pacific Industries is a third-generation, family-owned forest products company based in Anderson, California. The company owns and manages 2 million acres of timberland in California and Washington, and is one of the largest lumber companies and largest manufacturer of millwork in the United States. Sierra Pacific Industries is committed to managing its lands in a responsible and sustainable manner to protect the environment while providing quality wood products and renewable power for consumers. The company’s forests are certified under the Sustainable Forestry Initiative®. Sierra Pacific Industries utilizes nearly 100 percent of every piece of wood brought to its 18 mills and seven biomass-fueled cogeneration power plants.