HM160 Single-Slider Window

The HomeMaker 160 is a homeowner and contractor-friendly vinyl single-slider window that offers the ideal combination of performance of performance and ease of use. With standard features that include dual-contoured pull rails, heavy-duty tandem rollers, and dual-fin weatherstripping, our HM160 window is perfectly suited to enhance the performance and curb appeal of any newly built or renovated home.

Excellent STC ratings make our HM160s extremely quiet windows, perfect for structures built in noisy areas or homeowners looking to turn their homes into a sanctuary of peace and quiet. The dual-pane insulated glass and warm-edge spacer system also make these vinyl windows extremely energy-efficient. Whether you are looking for replacement slider windows or new construction windows, the HM160 vinyl slider window is an excellent enhancement to your home.

Energy Star ®

Zones:

  • North-Central
  • South-Central
  • Southern
Features:
  • Warm-edge spacer system maximizes energy efficiency and improves seal performance of insulated glass units
  • Welded, multi-chambered frame and sash for superior strength and energy-efficiency
  • Dual-fin weatherstripping for enhanced thermal performance
  • Bulb seal for protection against wind, rain, dust, and noise
  • Interlock at fixed meeting rail helps reduce air infiltration
Product Details:
  • 3-1/4” frame depth
  • 3/4" insulating glass
  • 5 frame styles
    • 1-3/8" fin, 1-3/8" stucco fin, 1" fin, 1-7/8" flush fin, finless
Performance Ratings:
  • STC: 28-36
  • U-Value: 0.27-0.36
  • SHGC: 0.13-0.30
  • VLT: 0.27-0.55
Glass Options:
  • Tempered
  • Obscure
  • Laminated
  • Argon Gas Enhancement
  • LoE-340
  • LoE-366
Color Options:
  • White
  • Adobe
  • SuperCapSR (exterior)
    • Black
    • Bronze
    • Silver
Grid Options:
  • 5/8" flat grids-between-the-glass
  • 15/16" sculptured grids-between-the-glass
  • 5/8" simulated divided light
  • 15/16" simulated divided light
Hardware:
  • Color match

*Product availability varies by state and region. 
Consult your local building code for product approvals pertaining to your specific project.  Please contact MI for assistance.