Single-hung windows are a common option for replacement and offer affordability and a classic look. For ventilation, they can be controlled from the bottom, making them practical and effective.
Commonly known as: single sash windows, single-hung sash windows
Single-hung windows are made of two panels, or sashes, but only one of those panels is operable. For ventilation, these windows can be lifted from the bottom while the top sash stays stationary. A single-hung and a double-hung window differ in the operation of the sash. Only the lower sash slides up and down with a single-hung shutter while both sashes are operable with a double-hung window.
Single-hung windows are a classic operation that can be found in many homes today. Compatible with most home types, this window style is available in a range of sizes, shapes and materials. Single-hung windows are often opted by owners of historic homes for an authentic look.
Grilles provide a unique look that can be customized to fit your home’s architectural style and add visual appeal to your exterior. In a number of different patterns, grilles can be configured and incorporated with single-hung windows in many ways.
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