Double/Single Hung

Long-Lasting, Trouble-Free Elegance

Single Hung and Double Hung: What’s the Difference?

A single-hung window is constructed of one sash in a single frame; the top is stationary while the bottom is a sash that opens by sliding upward. A double-hung window is different in that the upper and lower sash slide vertically past each other allowing top, lower or dual ventilation.

Simple Design for Longevity and Easy Maintenance

Hung windows do not require operable cranks or complex hardware, which translates into years of effortless operation and reliability. The System 700 hung window design allows sashes to tilt in for easy cleaning. Standard frame and window colour is white. A variety of different colours and staining options are available. Please inquire with any other special requests.

What would you like to know?

Home page
Sending