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Double Hung, Bay & Bow Windows

Bay & Bow Windows

Double-Hung Windows

The difference between a double-hung window and a single-hung window is that a single hung window has a top section (sash) that does not open. Only the lower sections (sash) of the window opens – and only opens vertically. A double-hung window, as the name implies, allows the homeowner to open either the top or bottom section – sometimes even both. Your double-hung windows are also a lot easier to clean.

Given the advantages of double-hung windows, many homeowners opt to replace their single-hung windows with double hung windows.

Single- and Double-hung windows are the most widely installed type of window on the market today and have been around since colonial times – proving there timeless nature and beauty.

Here are just a few of the advantages found in our double-hung windows.

  • Superb design and superior engineering help prevent air and water penetration.
  • Fusion-welded frame and sash ensure weather-tight performance and maximum strength.
  • Compression foam exterior seal with interior weather-stripping – practically eliminates weather infiltration
  • Dual-glazed insulating glass with both warm-edge and proprietary Silent Guard technology.
  • Lifetime Warranty – on the window components, insulating glass and on glass breakage.

Available in the 9000, 5000, or 3000 series. To compare features or for more information you can visit the manufacturer’s website by clicking here.

Bay & Bow Windows Bay & Bow Windows

Bay & Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows are a type of windows that are used in combination to project outward from the home. Bow windows are arranged in an arc pattern. Bay windows have three separate windows with a large central window and two smaller windows on either side. Each window opening can be customized to use a particular type of window.

Bay and Bow windows typically add additional length and the appearance of a larger room. The main difference between a bay and a bow window is that a bay window consists of three windows while a bow window consists of four or more windows joined together to form a more graceful and elegant curve.

Bay and Bow windows are a gorgeous addition to any home and have been used since Victorian times. They are the window of choice when additional space and light are needed.

Given that you get to choose what windows you want used in your configuration – the advantages of the windows will depend on that choice.

For more information, you can visit the manufacturer’s website by clicking here.