Slider windows, for air when you want it
Slider windows are an increasingly popular option for ventilation throughout the home. The best slider windows are easy to use and maintain the highest amount of insulation when closed.
Proper slider window installation requires experience, craftsmanship, and great materials. Rhode Island Home Improvement brings all those elements together in each slider window installation.
Our expert sliding window technicians bring decades of experience to every job. Coupled with the best materials in the business, every sliding window job Rhode Island Home Improvement takes on comes out perfect, and lasts a lifetime.
Rhode Island Home Improvement prides itself by using the best, U.S.-made materials for all sliding window jobs. That’s why we count on PROTEC.
What are PROTEC slider windows?
PROTEC windows are a revolution in window craftsmanship
Made the right way, in the U.S.A.
Crafted to look like finely-milled wood, but with the durability of metal. Low-maintenance like vinyl, but lasts as long as your home will – backed by our No Hassle, No-Nonsense Warranty.
PROTEC is a material that requires no maintenance, will not fade, and will ensure peak energy efficiency for the summer and winter months. A blend of specialty PVC polymer and acrylic resins, PROTEC windows are chemically fused together to ensure maximum structural integrity
How do PROTECT last so long?
PROTECT’s SuperCap Prefinishing technology is a permanent guard against all forces that break windows down including:
- UV Light
- Harsh Weather Conditions
It’s with PROTEC windows and our expert slider window installers that Rhode Island Home Improvement can save you money on utility bills.
- Surpasses ENERGY STAR ratings
- Composite material reduces energy transfer from inside to outside
- Compact and seamless design minimizes air flow
Rotting windows are caused by moisture being absorbed by the material. Wood, vinyl, and other common window materials are susceptible to rot.
PROTEC windows are designed so they cannot absorb moisture. For you, that means PROTEC windows will not rot, guaranteed.
Built to Last in All Weather Environments
PROTEC windows are US-built to minimize expansion and contraction in extreme temperatures. While other window materials break down in the summer and winter months, PROTEC windows stay sturdy and strong throughout the year.
Especially in coastal properties, where windows are subjected to high-salt air, PROTEC windows stand impervious to these effects.
Why do you use PROTEC Windows?
Rhode Island Home Improvement prides itself in not only employing the best-in-class slider window installation technicians, but the highest-quality products.
PROTEC is the best window material on the market, and it’s made completely in the U.S.A. RIHI prides itself in using the highest quality US-made materials in the industry.
Where can I get PROTEC slider windows installed?
Rhode Island Home Improvement performs slider window installations in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Southern Massachusetts. Click here to see our full service area.
Frequently Asked Questions
A slider window is one that is made from two panels, and slides open horizontally. They are generally smaller, and are for extra ventilation in a room.
Energy Star Ratings determine how well a fixture, appliance, or otherwise conserves energy.
In terms of windows, Energy Star Ratings measure how well they insulate a space. This is important because, as with PROTEC windows, you can conserve heat by avoiding leakage in winter months. Expertly crafted windows will also lock in cold air in the summer months, so your air conditioning does not leak to the outside.
Any new fixtures, windows included, will increase the value of a home. Whether it is in actual dollar value or simply buyer appeal, new slider windows can make a home more enticing when it’s time to sell.
The three ways windows add value to a home are as follows:
- Energy efficiency – conserves heat and cold air for air conditioning and heating systems
- No maintenance – our PROTEC windows come with a lifetime guarantee, meaning they do not need to be replaced
- Aesthetically pleasing – fresh windows offer curb appeal for passers-by