Model # PV-BS 32x24

Internet #202207817

TAFCO WINDOWS 31.75 in. x 23.75 in. Left-Hand Sliding Vinyl Window with Screen - White
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TAFCO WINDOWS

31.75 in. x 23.75 in. Left-Hand Sliding Vinyl Window with Screen - White

$80.96 /each

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The TAFCO WINDOWS Vinyl Slider Window, 32 in. x 24 in., White, with Dual Pane Insulated Glass, designed for both new construction and replacement applications, can be installed using the 1/2 in. nailing flange or without the flange through pre-punched installation holes in the jamb. This sliding window features insulated glass with full-screen coverage to help keep cold air and insects out. A cast-metal locking system helps provide security.

  • Insulated glass helps keep the cold air out
  • Welded sash and main frame
  • White vinyl frame compatible with most exterior house designs
  • Heavy-duty cast-metal lock helps ensure safety
  • 100% full screen coverage
  • Install with 1/2 in. extruded vinyl flange (which can be removed for replacement applications)
  • Suitable for both new construction and replacement applications

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does this window have a screen?

Asked by: Terry
Yes it has a screen on one side
Answered by: Kris
Date published: 2017-01-22

The window has a 1/2" extruded flange #more like 5/8's# and it states it can be removed. Other than just cutting it off, how do you remove it?

Asked by: Jerry
NovaRoma is correct. Using a sharp box cutter it takes less than 1 or 2 minutes to score and snap off clean. I did my 2 windows this way.
Answered by: autotran
Date published: 2016-12-19

Is this glass see thru

Asked by: Bpage12
Yes this window is see thru
Answered by: klr1946
Date published: 2016-12-28

Would there be any problems with the sliding part slipping (or any other problems) if the window were hung vertically?

Asked by: Eagle
BUY A SINGLE HUNG WINDOW. THE WEEP HOLES, AND THE SASH WILL NOT OPERATE PROPER ON A XO OR A OX WINDOW.
Answered by: MARK
Date published: 2016-05-12
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31.75 in. x 23.75 in. Left-Hand Sliding Vinyl Window with Screen - White is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 237.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent value I used this as a replacement for a cast in place window in a cement block basement wall. Installation, my first, was complex for me, which is because of the installation site. It could be designed to be easier to install as a replacement installation but would be not so suitable for a new installation, and would be not as good installation. It is designed so that the sliding panel does not hit masonry screws that I used to attach the window to cement blocks. Had I known about this window, I might have replaced another when I still lived in the house.
Date published: 2016-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought two of the 31.75 x 18" ones for my basement, bought 1st one and installed, then bought t... I bought two of the 31.75 x 18" ones for my basement, bought 1st one and installed, then bought the 2nd one and installed. The other more expensive one HD sells seemed to have less glass area and I wanted the maximum glass area, I think I got it. Removing the old metal framework and preparing the cement opening was very time consuming. The house was built in 1958 and the metal frame was heavier and embedded deeper than any shown on YouTube. I and a helper took over a hour each to remove the windows with a lot of concrete damage, especially on the bottom edge. I bought 10 lbs of HD's "Quick Setting Concrete", and used most of it to repair this damage. To install between the concrete surfaces the nailing fins had to be removed. The new window installation in the opening was relatively easy after the concrete was repaired. They look very good and the glass is insulated. The screen covers just the sliding glass area, not the whole window.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good window for the price This is a good window for the price. It has a lock on it. It is a double pain window. It has a screen in it. You just slide the window to the left.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from These are nice windows for what they cost. I ordered multiple windows at the same time and receiv... These are nice windows for what they cost. I ordered multiple windows at the same time and received 2 different styles of the same window. Most had a 1/16" flange and one had a nice heavy 1/8" flange with square corners. All the corners were cropped on the 1/16 flanges, not sure why( maybe to remove sharp edge). Was not happy about this but it is minor and if molding is used outside it will be covered. The sash seem really loose in them, they slide easy and the lock does not feel substantial, but there again it is an inexpensive basement window. If they seal they will be fine windows. It is too cold to install them now, time will tell.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The window I got is defective, the sliding part does not work, the pane falls out easily, it is ... The window I got is defective, the sliding part does not work, the pane falls out easily, it is missing the piece that makes it fit tightly and able to slide open or closed. We already had the hole in the wall before we found this out so returning it was not an option, it is winter time and it would take 2 weeks to get a new one and who says the next one won't be missing that same part? They did fill out the forms to the manufacturer to ask them to send me the part it is missing, again 2 weeks before it might get here. This is my first time I purchased anything from Home Depot and most likely my last. I do not recommend this window to anyone.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Recently replaced my old, steel basement casement windows with a new Tafco vinyl, doubled paned w... Recently replaced my old, steel basement casement windows with a new Tafco vinyl, doubled paned window. The Tafco window I had installed was readily installed with no problems and is a distinct improvement over the steel window. Has a sliding window and provides significantly better insulation than the old window. The vinyl frame doesn't conduct the cold into the basement like the steel frame did. Would recommend installing these Tafco windows in the basement. The Tafco window definitely meets my expectations. Home Depot was the only source where I was able to find the size I needed.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 32 by14 tafco window Prompt delivery, easy installation. The windows open and close effortlessly. They seem to be built well. I read a review where the person installed the window without the flange. I don't recommend removing the flange if you plan on putting molding around the window as the window has a hole on the bottom to let any water out that may build up in the frame. I installed mine with the flanges with plenty of silicone.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Windows are great...except for one lock came broken and the window wont open because of it...they... Windows are great...except for one lock came broken and the window wont open because of it...they sent me a new lock and hopefully that fixes the problem.... the nailing flanges are a little small and don't have holes for nails, but all in all (assuming the swap out of the lock fixes the issue) the value for the cost is pretty good.
Date published: 2017-01-24
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