When it comes to replacement windows, there’s a world of different styles out there. But double-hung windows continue to be the most popular style of window on homes throughout the United States. Why? Because they offer many great benefits, including:
Double-hung windows feature two operable sashes that can be lifted or lowered to open or close the window. Typically, it is the lower sash that is raised up to allow fresh air to get inside the home; however, the upper sash can also be pulled down to create an opening at the top of the window. By opening both sashes a little bit at the same time, you can create a cross breeze effect that allows cool air to flow in through the bottom opening as warm air from inside the home is pulled out through the top opening.
When most people think of a window, they probably think of something resembling a double-hung window. Double-hung is the archetypal window style and has been for quite some time. Because of its traditional shape and configuration, double-hung windows have been used on all different styles of homes, ranging from Colonial to Craftsman, and blend wonderfully with just about any home aesthetic you can think of.
Most double-hung windows feature a tilt-in function that allows both of the sashes to open inward. This allows you to clean your double-hung windows both inside and out from the safety of your own home, rather than having to get up on a ladder to reach the exterior glass panes and frames.
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When you partner with West Shore Home to have double-hung windows installed, not only will you get top-of-the-line replacement windows that will last for years to come, but you’ll also receive installation in just one day. This is because our technicians are trained to move at lightning-fast speeds to complete your project with the utmost accuracy and precision. And, thanks to our low-cost assurance guarantee and convenient financing options including “no money down,” having double-hung windows installed will be easier and more affordable than ever.
Contact West Shore Home today to learn more. We proudly serve homeowners in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.