SRS WINDOWS & DOORS
WHAT IS A HUNG WINDOW?
A single-hung window has a single movable sash that slides up from the bottom, while the top sash stays stationary. When open, the two sashes overlap, requiring no additional space to ventilate.
Though you may not recognize its official name, these window are probably the one you are most familiar with. Double-hung windows feature two large sashes (frame units surrounding glass panels) that slide up and down within vertical tracks.
This maximizes space around the window, making it a popular choice in bedrooms and by high-traffic areas, such as a patio. Because the top sash does not operate, the windows are also ideal in spaces where the upper sash is out of reach.
Hung windows are used most often in homes with classic traditional styling, though they are also found in traditional-modern homes. The classic rambler, farmhouse, and bungalow styles, for example, make extensive use of these windows.
Offering timeless style, these windows bring in natural light and fresh air. Given that the top sash is fixed, this style of windows are very energy efficient and easy to operate.
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