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sash window

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(Building) a window consisting of two sashes placed one above the other so that one or each can be slid over the other to open the window
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Noun1.sash window - a window with (usually two) sashes that slide vertically to let in airsash window - a window with (usually two) sashes that slide vertically to let in air
window - a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air
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Each 12,000 s/f floor has 13 ft.ceilings and oversized, double hung windows on multiple street facing exposures.
Tenders are invited for This Work includes the construction of a 2,000 SF, building is slab-on-grade with wood framed walls, vinyl clad double hung wood windows, R-21 batt insulation, shop-fabricated wood trusses, asphalt shingle roofing, and fiber cement siding.
The company offers the following window styles: double hung, casement, awning, glider, bay/bow, picture, garden, block and skylights.
The task of restoring the property to its former glory was handed to Harepath LLP, who subsequently installed a host of Black Millwork products including Double Hung Flash Windows, Casement Windows and some bespoke designed doors.
BLUES hopes of completing an Auto Windscreens Shield and Second Division double hung in the balance after a midweek 0-0 draw at home to Bradford City.
You could also consider installing casement windows, which tend to be less drafty as they age when compared to slider and double hung windows.
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The stage's upper area was used as Juliet's balcony in 2.2, and later, in a brilliant piece of dual staging, a potion-swilling Juliet lay downstairs in her bed, which had been pushed through the double hung doors (as in an Elizabethan use of the discovery space), as her father was seen above "making haste" for the nuptials.
EARLIER THIS YEAR, AT THE INTERnational Builders' Show, Warroad, Minn.-based Marvin Windows and Doors introduced the new operable Ultimate Double Hung Magnum window, which measures a whopping 10 feet high by 5 feet wide.
In the small entry gallery, two recent sixty-inch-square C-prints depicting empty auditoriums stared across the space at ten smaller photographs, double hung and dating back to 1979, showing a selection of interiors--lecture halls, museum galleries, dining rooms, transit stops, theaters.
A consideration may be the type of windows used: casement windows are less leaky than double hung windows.