Majesty Gliding Wood Window

Optimize fresh air and sunlight without compromising space or energy efficiency.

Hand crafted Harvey Majesty gliding windows combine the warmth and beauty of a wood interior with a maintenance-free aluminum clad exterior. The Majesty gliding wood window offers many design options – grids, hardware, and exterior colors – to fit in beautifully with your remodeling or new construction plans. These units slide by each other horizontally making them ideal for locations that can not accommodate an outward opening window.

Because Majesty wood windows are custom made, that means no additional carpentry is required, allowing for a more efficient installation and just the right fit.

  • majesty Gliding Wood Window in a Kitchen
  • majesty Wood Gliding WIndow - Plain / Not installed
  • Interior sash is operable and removable, exterior sash is fixed

  • 2 and 3-Lite design options with routed sash standard

  • Recessed sweep lock in Coppertone finish

  • 3-Lite configurations available in 1/3, 1/3, 1/3 (equal) or
    1/4, 1/2, 1/4 (QHQ) sash splits

  • Double locks on frame heights greater than 34.5″

  • One piece aluminum sill

  • Factory applied flexible nail fin and drip cap

  • 4-9/16″ jamb depth standard; 6-9/16″ factory applied extension jambs available

  • Fiberglass screen included; VIEWS screen and other options available

  • ENERGY STAR qualified with ThermaLock glazing

  • Solid pine interior with aluminum clad exterior

Recessed Sash Lock
Majesty Wood Window Coppertone Sash Lock
Hardware Finishes




Brushed Nickel

Oil Rubbed Bronze

Grids Between Glass

Harvey Majesty wood window interior snap-in grid


Simulated Divided Lites (SDL)

Majesty Wood Window Simulated Divided Lites


Grid Configurations
  • Colonial
  • Prairie
  • Custom


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