Double Hung Windows
Double Hung windows are commonly used in traditional homes but also a beautiful choice in contemporary designs. Double hung windows are the most popular window type. The bottom sash can slide up and the top sash can slide down to provide maximum ventilation. Simultaneously opening both sashes allows warm air that has risen to escape out the top while cooler air flows in through the bottom sash. Windows can also be configured as a Single Hung window, in which only the bottom sash can be opened.
Types of Double Hung Windows
- Single Hung windows. This window delivers the traditional look, but only the bottom sash can be opened. In general, single hung windows are a less expensive option than a similarly sized double hung window.
- Cottage windows. A double hung window with a smaller sash on top and a larger sash on the bottom. The top sash may have divided lites while the bottom can have none.
- Oversize / Magnum. Double hung windows are available in sizes up to 5 feet wide or 10 feet high for maximum views. These tend to appear in commercial buildings such as schools, office buildings, and churches.
Tilt in cleaning
Safety Control Devices: Window Opening Control Devices for safety to limit how much the window can open
Impact Zone Rated IZ Impact Zone rated option against high winds
Hardware Options: Latch hardware styles and colors to compliment your décor
Interior/Exterior Colors: Choose different interior and exterior colors to match your style
Wood & Fiberglass
Choose half-screen or full screen options.
Select the mesh color and pattern that meets your style and provides the desired amount of transparency. In some cases, select a retractable screen that is nearly invisible when retracted into the frame.
Bright - Bronze
Bright - Aluminum
Black - Aluminum
Charcoal - Aluminum
Charcoal - Fiberglass
Charcoal - High Transparency
The old window is removed down to the studs and a completely new window frame is installed into the rough opening.
New double hung windows are installed within the existing frame, so only the old sashes, hardware and covers are replaced. The current frame needs to be in good condition to maximize efficiency and performance.
Dual pane windows have two panes of glass with insulating gas between them, significantly reducing energy costs.
Tripane windows have three panes of glass with insulating gas between them. In addition to improved energy efficiency, tripane windows can reduce outside noise to keep your home peaceful and undisturbed.
The Low E coating is specially designed to take advantage of the angle of the winter and summer sun. The sun’s rays are absorbed in the cooler months to keep your home warmer and reflected in the summer to keep your home cooler.
Beveled Sound Abatement
Tempered Glass is often used in bathrooms for safety reasons. The panels are heated and then cooled rapidly in a controlled environment, making the glass several times stronger than regular glass.
Tempered Glass is ideal for use over bathtubs and in showers where if glass were to shatter, it will break into small pieces so as not to harm any occupants. Tempered glass is used in cars for the same reason.