Window walls sit between floor slabs and are anchored at the sill and the head. They’re installed on the interior of the building and extend to the outside of the building. They span floor to floor, are typically not more than 12 feet and are non-load bearing.
Window walls are pre-fabricated and come ready to install. There’s no need to fire-stop because window walls sit between floor slabs. In addition, noise transmittance isn’t a huge concern. Window walls can be a cost-effective and stylish option for getting the ground-to-roof window appearance without a hefty price tag or operational concerns.
If a continuous exterior facade look is desired, a slab bypass cover can be provided to provide a seamless transition between floors.
Innovation and affordability are not always on the same spectrum, but that’s exactly what Winco Window Company provides with its window wall options. Ideal for mid- to high-rise residential and commercial properties, window walls are a less expensive alternative to curtain walls.
Why are window walls good?
Glass walls and sliding glass doors help create a feeling of spaciousness that's both modern and appealing. Also, glass walls help to provide more natural light inside of houses, and increasing the natural light inside of a house offers plenty of health benefits.
Are window walls safe?
Are Glass Doors and Glass Walls Safe?
Most glass products are made of tempered glass, which has been heat-treated and cooled under intense pressure. This process makes the glass incredibly safe in the event of shattering.
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