The windows, all cast from double-hung window
frames with glass in place, are, respectively, a subtle violet (Daylight) and the lightest gray (Dawn, both 2010).
Tall bottom rails and a traditional joinery style help the Woodwright double-hung window
look great in historic homes and blend well with original double-hung windows
Marvin's new Ultimate Double Hung Magnum delivers a high-performing, historically-accurate, double-hung window
in large sizes.
We have two main painting areas, one for double-hung window
products and the other for Frenchwood doors," said Kirk Hogberg, supervisor of environmental compliance for Andersen Corp.
A double-hung window
, for example, can contain 350 wood, vinyl, composite, aluminum, or brass-plated zinc die-cast parts, including detailed items such as locks, keepers, jam liners, grilles, and an innovative pivot component that makes washing easier.
DOUBLE-HUNG The double-hung window
has a historically authentic look, and can be fitted with one or several panes of glass in each sash.
The new historically correct Architect Series double-hung window
includes a wood jambliner, authentic spoon hardware and a Steady-Tilt[TM] wash feature that makes cleaning exterior glass easier than ever.
They slumber beneath leaves or a log or loose bark, between boards in an attic or within a gap in a leaky old double-hung window
Similarly, if you plan to install an upper-floor window flower box, a double-hung window
may be your best choice.
In October 2004, Pella introduced an enhanced model of its Architect Series[R] double-hung window
For do-it-yourself installation, a replacement double-hung window
is a conventional rectangular wooden frame containing a pair of sashes held in place along the sides by tension/balance strips and with unornamented top-, bottom-, and side-exterior trim boards fastened to the frame.
The newest addition to the Caradco Collection is our Tradition Plus metal-clad double-hung window