Double Hung Windows are a type of window that features two sashes (movable panels) that slide vertically in the frame. These windows are popular for several reasons:
- Double Hung Windows provide flexibility in ventilation. Both the upper and lower sashes can be opened, allowing for controlled airflow. This is particularly useful for adjusting ventilation based on the direction of the wind and the desired amount of air circulation.
Many Double Hung Windows are designed with a with a tilt-in-feature. Allowing you to clean both the interior and exterior surfaces from inside your home. This feature simplifies maintenance and cleaning tasks compared to some other window types.
Double Hung Windows are a classic and versatile choice than can compliment various architectural styles. They offer a timeless look that suits both traditional and modern homes.
Since Double Hung Windows open vertically, they don’t prolude outside or inside the house when opened. This can be advantages in spaces where you want to maximize usable floor and exterior space.