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Timber Sliding Windows


Stegbar timber sliding windows
Stegbar timber sliding windows
Stegbar timber sliding windows
  • Stegbar timber sliding windows
  • Stegbar timber sliding windows
  • Stegbar timber sliding windows

The Stegbar timber sliding window is both functional and durable - the key criteria for any sliding window.

The ultimate low maintenance style due to few moving parts, the sliding window can be adapted into many architectural designs.

The operating sash slides effortlessly along an aluminium track, providing a smooth opening and closing action that requires little maintenance. Ideal in locations where there is restricted space, cedar sliding windows can be your design statement in laundries, bathrooms and kitchens.

Standard features

  • Keyed lock for added security
  • Fully weather sealed around the complete frame perimeter


  • A range of glazing options, including ComfortPac™ glass options
  • Internal timber or aluminium insect / fly screens
  • Federation or Colonial glazing bars
  • A variety of window style configurations

JELD-WEN and Stegbar believe that Australian homes come in all shapes and sizes, which means that the windows in these homes also vary in shape and size. That’s why we design and build windows based on your specific requirements. So whether it’s a big home, a small home, a traditional or contemporary home, we have a solution that is just right for you.

 PDF Download: Standard Sliding window sizes  
   Awning Window Standard Sizes
Living in Australia offers a lifestyle beyond compare. But the threat of bushfires is never far from your doorstep and needs to be considered when building or renovating. Australian Standards outline different construction practices and building materials for five bushfire hazard levels, known as Bushfire Attack Levels (BALs).

> BAL 12.5: Low
> BAL 19: Moderate
> BAL 29: High
> BAL 40: Very high
> BAL FZ: Flame zone
BAL 40

Stegbar timber sliding windows can be constructed to meet a rating of up to BAL 40. To determine your home’s BAL rating, and any special requirements for building in your area, consult your local council, government, or local fire authority.