Screens can be mounted on the outside of glider windows for year-round use. Note that this window only provides 50% ventilation.
The screens are mounted from the inside, making them easy to remove or replace at one’s own discretion.
These window types should not be situated adjacent to high traffic areas because of their exterior projection.
A fixed unit can be combined with mobile operating windows in a variety of ways to take advantage of the scenery without sacrificing natural ventilation. An example of this is the angle bay window (below).
This type of window unit is commonly installed in order to introduce a sense of light and spaciousness to a room, as well as an increased level of functionality.
They are not only aesthetically appealing, but also allow for practical solutions such as casements for ventilation, and built-in seating within their recess.
The screens for this window type can be mounted from the inside or the outside, depending on accessibility.