Single & Double Hung Windows are a type of windows that can be seen in almost every American household. These windows can both be seen on American houses and on American commercial buildings. Single hung windows are more affordable and they are most of the time featured in older housing facilities and in older commercial facilities. However, double hung windows are more easily maintained than single hung windows and they are more flexible in terms of air circulation than single hung windows. The only downside of double hung windows is that their installment cost is not so affordable. More on, the repair of double hung windows is even more costly than their installation.
The way how we determine whether a window or windows are single hung or double hung is determined by the glass panels of a window or windows. These glass panels are commonly referred to as sashes. Both the single hung windows and double hung windows possess two sashes, but there is a slight difference between how the sashes of a single hung window and the sashes of a double hung window function and thus we can determine whether a windows is a single hung or a double hung window. In a single hung window, you can only open one sash. On the other hand, in a double hang window, you can open two sashes. That is how we determine which window is a double hung window or a single hung window - by how many sashes they feature can be opened.
Single & Double Hung Windows Material Options
Wood Aluminum Combination
Wood Bronze Combination
Single & Double Hung Windows System Description
All Single & Double Hung Windows by Open Architectural are available in a wide range of colors and designs.