What Are Double Hung Windows?
Whether you want to replace your old, drafty windows with new, energy efficient ones, or you need windows for your new home or commercial building, Quality Window & Door has the solution! We provide a variety of window and window products in the Maryland, Washington, DC and Virginia area – including double hung windows.
What is a Double Hung Window?
A double hung window has upper and lower sashes that slide up and down, easily letting fresh air into your home. The sash design also facilitates easy removal and cleaning from both the inside and outside of the window.
Benefits of Double Hung Windows
There are a number of reasons to get double hung windows for your home or commercial building – the benefits they offer are extensive:
- Easy maintenance – as mentioned, the sash design makes cleaning and maintenance easier than ever.
- Versatility – double hung windows can be opened from the top or the bottom; their versatility conveniently provides different ventilation options.
- Safety – can’t leave open the windows because of small children or pets? With a double hung window, you can leave the upper sash open to still get that breeze but not worry about safety issues!
- Appearance – no matter what style of home you have, double hung windows will look great. They complement anything from ranch style houses to Victorian homes to contemporary spaces.
Our Selection of Double Hung Windows
If you’re looking for a window company in the Maryland, Washington, DC and Virginia area, look no further than Quality Window & Door. We carry double hung windows from leading manufacturers, including:
- Weather Shield
- Ply Gem
Whether you want aluminum, wood, wood clad or vinyl windows, we’ve got you covered.
Contact us today about our double hung windows in Maryland, and look out for the next part in the What Are…Window & Door Blog series – French doors!
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