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Our industry-leading double-hung windows offer the ideal combination of style, functionality and energy efficiency.
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Low-E glass is brilliantly engineered to minimize the amount of UV rays and unwanted temperatures in your home in all climates.
Intercept’s™ Warm-Edge Spacer insulates the exterior edges of a sealed unit and can tack on 5% savings on monthly energy costs.
Vinyl window frames are constructed with a complex array of compartments internally to help trap and repel unwanted weather.
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Extremely durable and practically maintenance-free, our double-hung window is the most popular window in America and offers the ideal combination of style and functionality. Additionally, it’s highly energy efficient so you’ll stay comfortable all year long while lowering your utility bills! Benefits include:
Double-hung window colors to meet your specific taste.
Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.
Replacement windows add curb appeal and energy efficiency to any home. Learn about the benefits and features that improve energy performance here.
Double-hung windows are our most popular window style, allowing both sashes to move up and down independently from each other.
Double hung windows from Window World are made with tilt-in sashes. This means both the top and bottom sashes can be tilted inwards to make it easy to clean both the interior and exterior of your windows.
To do this, you’ll want to follow these steps:
Follow these instructions, and you’ll be able to properly clean and care for each and every crevice of your double hung windows.
Both single hung and double hung windows have window sashes that slide vertically. On single hung windows, only the bottom sash can slide, while the top sash is fixed and static. On double hung windows, both sashes can slide as desired.
All Window World double hung windows are installed by our factory trained installation team. This includes properly setting, leveling and caulking to ensure your new windows are a perfect fit. Find out more about our window installation process.
For double hung windows, both sashes can slide and allow the window to open. To open the lower sash, simply unlock the sash and slide it upwards. To open the upper sash, you’ll need to unlock your lower sash, and gently lower the upper sash to your desired position.
To lock your double hung window, it’s important to check the alignment of your locks. Make sure that your upper sash is pushed all the way up and your lower sash is pushed completely to down so they’re fully sealed. This will allow your locks to be secured without any obstructions.
Yes! All Window World double hung windows are ENERGY STAR® Certified. Our windows are constructed with Low-E glass, warm-edge spacers, and insulated vinyl framing, all designed to optimize your window’s energy efficiency. Find out more about the energy efficiency of Window World windows.
Window World Double-Hung Windows are ENERGY STAR-certified and manufactured with insulated glass and frames to help you maximize efficiency.
At Window World, we custom design our windows to fit your home’s specific measurements. Contact us to learn size specifications on our different models.
Yes! When extreme wind and weather hit, our proprietary sill interlock stands strong. Traditional slope sill designs can allow the sash to bow during powerful winds, but with our interlocking sash-to-sill technology, the sash is channeled firmly into the window frame for a unified wall of strength.