Easily the most popular choice for American homes, double-hung windows boast versatility and are a classic choice that can complement any home’s style.
- Two Movable Sashes - Opening From the Top or Bottom
With the ability for both sashes to be slid open, you can enjoy more fresh air due to increased ventilation.
- Easily Removable
Repairs and replacements have never been simpler, with both panels able to be removed.
- Tilt-In Sashes
There's no need to reach around or clean outside, have the benefit of hassle-free cleaning inside your home.
Uses for double-hung windows in your home
Both single and double-hung windows are the most popular window type for the home, most likely because of their common use. Their classic design pairs well with any style.
Generally speaking, single and double-hung windows can be placed in any area of your home where you want to increase ventilation. Since they don’t protrude outward, they will not be obstructing anything on either side. These windows work especially well where ample vertical space is available.
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Double-Hung Window Frequently Asked Questions:
The double-hung window has no fixed panels, meaning both the top and bottom sashes can be opened. A single-hung window has a fixed top panel of glass and a bottom sash for opening.
Double-hung windows by Earthwise are easy to clean on both sides of the glass due to their top and bottom tilt-in sashes. You can use either soap and water or any common glass cleaner to get your windows clean.
Double-hung windows may be opened from the top or bottom sash, allowing for more ventilation, versatility, and improved thermodynamics. Hot air can escape by opening the top sash, and cool air can be drawn in by opening the bottom sash.