(512) 312-0826
  • 1701 Benchmark Drive Austin, TX 78728
  • Contact Us
Call Your Local Pros Today! (512) 312-0826

Operable Windows in Austin, TX

Operable windows in office buildings and other residential and commercial facilities are engineered to allow the free flow of air, as opposed to a fixed window that’s solely for transmitting light and can’t be opened. Texas Commercial Glazing is the premier source for commercial windows and doors in and around the Austin, Texas area, with over 40 years of experience in the building industry.

Call (512) 312-0826 to get started with window installation, replacement or repair for your commercial facility, or contact us online to learn more about the benefits of operable windows in office buildings. 

Types of Operable Windows for Your Austin Business

Whether you want to increase ventilation or replace your old, inefficient, malfunctioning or damaged windows, there are a number of operable window styles to choose from, including:

Double-Hung Windows

These operable windows have an upper and a lower sash, and each can move up and down independently. This configuration allows for greater flexibility with regards to ventilation, because each sash can be opened halfway to allow airflow through the upper and lower portions. Double-hung windows can also be locked for enhanced safety or security as needed.

Single-Hung Windows

This is the most common type of operable window, with a movable lower sash and a fixed upper sash.

Awning Windows

Awning windows have a single sash hinged at the top, allowing the window to pivot outwards. They are commonly paired with a fixed window and are considered to be an energy-efficient option that can help to maximize ventilation, minimize leakage and deter break-ins.

Casement Windows

Casement windows operate on the same principles as awning windows but they are hinged from the side rather than the top. They are typically operated by a crank mechanism and provide an unobstructed view to the outside and a greater capacity for ventilation than other types of operable windows.

Sliding Windows

Business owners looking for low-maintenance, functional windows may opt to install sliding windows that slide to the left or right and have no mechanical parts. While they are one of the least expensive types of operable windows, they may also be the least secure option with only basic seals.

Call (512) 312-0826 to schedule a consultation for commercial window replacement and installation in the Austin area or contact us online today! 

Benefits of Operable Windows in Office Buildings

Operable commercial windows provide ventilation to your interior space, with a number of advantages that include:

Energy Savings

When outside temperatures and humidity are favorable, operable windows can be used to heat or cool the workplace in lieu of the HVAC system, reducing utility costs and lowering your environmental footprint.

Increased Comfort

Natural ventilation and air movement are typically more comfortable for building occupants than stale, conditioned air.

Enhanced Air Quality

Fresh air exchange can help to remove indoor pollutants and contaminants such as VOCs, traces of carbon monoxide and more.

Psychological Benefits

Operable windows allow employees to control their environment, and most workers have a positive association with the feeling of fresh air and the sounds and smell of the outdoors.

Contact Texas Commercial Glazing for Commercial Windows & Doors in Austin, TX

Texas Commercial Glazing offers our residential and commercial customers only the finest quality window and door services, with an emphasis on customer service and satisfaction.

Call (512) 312-0826 to learn more or contact us online to obtain a quote today!

Are You Sure?
Stay on Page
You are about to leave this Texas Commercial Glazing and enter a third-party site. Texas Commercial Glazing and Installed Building Products have no control over, and accept no liability, obligation, or responsibility for, the contents or performance of other websites. Any such link does not constitute an endorsement or any representation regarding, the linked website, its content, its owner, its performance, its owner’s products or services, or any forward-looking statements found in.
Leave Page
Stay on Page