A single hung window, also known as a single sash window, allows ventilation through a single operable lower sash. The bottom sash slides up and down, while the top part remains stationary. The modern single-hung windows maximize apace making it a popular choice in bedrooms and by high traffic areas.
Key Features of Single Hung Windows
- Ventilation through the bottom sash
- Easy to use
- Energy efficiency against air leaks
- A wide range of styles and sizes
A double-hung, also commonly referred to as a double sash window, is a type of window that has two operable sashes that slide up and down. The top and bottom sashes are both able to open to provide ventilation. The ability to open both sashes creates increased airflow and ventilation. This is very helpful for windows on upper floors since the bottom sash tilt for easy cleaning on the outside.
Key Features of Double Hung Windows
- Are designed for convenience for airflow and cleaning
- Tilt inward for cleaning purposes
- Excellent choice for two-story homes
- Increase comfort, better ventilation
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