If you’ve made the smart move to replace your windows, you’re already well aware that you’ll get a boost to your curb appeal while increasing the value and functionality of your home. After all, window replacement has one of the highest returns on investment of any home improvement project.
But which type of window is best for your purposes? If you’re looking to save money on heating and cooling bills, your window choice is important: according to the US Department of Energy, 25%-30% of home energy usage is lost through windows. While replacing your old single-pane windows will assuredly knock that number lower, some windows are more efficient than others.
Enter our two competitors: Double-hung windows and casement windows. In a head-to-head competition, which is going to save you the most money every month on your home heating and cooling costs?
Round One: Ventilation
You know that glorious moment between seasons when it’s not quite time for A/C and you don’t really need to turn on the heat? The longer that season lasts, the better. It may sound simple, but opening a window is one of the most energy-efficient choices you can make. Even the CDC recommends airing out your home regularly.
And when it comes to ventilation, our winner is…casement windows. When you turn the crank to open your casement window, it swings outward, allowing you to funnel the breezes right into your home. If you have a room with multiple casement windows, you can get an excellent cross-ventilation effect.
That said, it’s a close competition. If your room features double-hung windows you can still get fresh air, especially if your home has ceiling fans. Opening a double-hung window from the top and turning on a fan is an excellent way to freshen your home’s air.
Round Two: Seals
When it comes to closing up nice and tight, casement windows take the prize for energy efficiency. Casement windows seal on all four sides tightly against their frame. When they are cranked shut, you can feel the airtight seal locking into place. It’s also easier to close and seal them — a simple crank vs. hoisting your windows open and closed.
While you may not feel that extra little tightening when you close a double-hung window, you can still maximize your energy efficiency by locking your windows. Make sure your sashes are kept free of dirt and debris to get the best seal possible.
Round Three: Glass
When looking at the energy efficiency of your new windows, don’t forget to factor in the glass. Choosing to invest in double- or triple-paned glass will lower your monthly energy bills and keep your family comfortable no matter what the weather.
In our window face-off battle, this round is a draw. Both of our competitors come with the option for double or triple-pane glass. If you combine multiple panes with a Low-E coating, you are looking at a very savvy long-term investment in your home’s energy efficiency.
Round Four: Wild Card
Though you may care about energy efficiency, that’s not the only reason to pick one window over another. A casement window or double-hung window may just make more sense in one room, whether because of aesthetics or ease of use.
For example, a double-hung window installed over the kitchen sink may be difficult to open and close in a bent-over position. On the other hand, since casement windows open outwards, they may not be the best choice if they open onto a deck or walkway and obstruct the space.
What about cleaning? Both styles of windows have features that make them easy to clean, and the maintenance is minimal.
And the winner is…
The winner of the energy efficiency face-off (drumroll, please) is casement windows. Their ability to help you ventilate your home on mild days, and the tight seal they provide on the days you can’t, make them a clear winner.
But it’s important to note that any home window replacement project is going to increase your energy efficiency. A brand-new double-hung window is sure to be more efficient than a worn-out older model. You’ll walk away a winner no matter which way you choose.
If you are ready to daydream in a bit more detail, take a look at our Home Improvement Visualizer tool. You can upload pictures of your home and see for yourself which options work best.
“How do I clean a double hung window” is a very common question that Cincinnatians ask us at Window Nation Cincinnati. Double hung windows open at both the top and the bottom. The newer models are designed to make them easier to clean both sides from inside your home in case the Cincinnati weather is too brisk. For this reason they are a very popular option when choosing windows. We are here to help you keep your Ohio home’s windows looking beautiful.
Steps for Cleaning Double Hung Windows:
If it’s colder out, get on your Cincinnati Bengals jacket, or any other type of coat in your house because this can take a moment.
Completely unlock your windows by moving the latches on the bottom sash inwards.
Raise the bottom sash up six to eight inches.
Locate the tilt hatches on the window’s bottom sash, break off some of that Cincinnati ice that may have collected, and pull inwards, as though the hatches are meeting in the middle.
Slowly tilt the window forward towards the interior of the home. The window should be almost flat at a 90-degree angle; however, be sure not to tilt the window too far. Complete this step slowly to avoid damaging the window.
Slide the top sash down six to eight inches.
Locate the tilt hatches on the window’s top sash and pull inwards, as though the hatches are meeting in the middle.
Slowly tilt the window forward towards the interior of the home. The window should be almost flat at a 90-degree angle; however, be sure not to tilt the window too far, or it’ll fall into the moist Ohio soil, and you’ll have to start all over again. So complete this step slowly as not to cause damage.
Start with the top sash and clean the interior of the window first.
Slide the top sash back into the frame and clean the exterior of the window.
Clean the bottom sash, starting with the interior of the window.
Slide the bottom sash back into place and clean the exterior of the window.
Put the sash back in frame.
Put the sash back in the lift rail to close the window. Be sure not to close the window from the top, as your window could be damaged as a result.
Grab yourself a bowl of Skyline Chili to celebrate a job well done.
Best Window Cleaning Supplies
Use standard window cleaners, such as Windex, to clean the glass panes on your windows. To clean the window’s frame, we recommend using magic erasers for vinyl windows and dust cloths and wood polish for your wooden windows. And if it looks off-color from the inside, make sure it’s not the Cincinnati haze first before going too buck-wild with your cleaning supplies.
Upgrading to Double Hung Windows
If you’re looking to upgrade your existing Cincinnati windows to double hung windows from Window Nation, skip the showroom. Have our exterior design consultants come to your Ohio home to discuss the best options for your needs. We offer eight types of windows in a variety of materials to best suit your project’s needs, and keep strong against the unpredictable Cincinnati weather. For more information about replacing your windows, schedule a free in-home consultation with an exterior design consultant today.
We take as much pride in helping our customers find the right replacement windows as some NoVA drivers do in driving 35 in a 70. But with over 1,500 style and color combinations, it’s not always an easy decision. Two of our most popular options are double hung windows and slider windows – both styles improve functionality, but which is best for your NoVA home? Let’s start from square one.
What are Double Hung Windows?
Double hung windows are our most popular style for a reason: they’re custom-built to meet your home’s exact needs. This is the more classic window style and an Old Town staple. These windows move up-and-down in their frame, making them a perfect fit for most window openings.
What are Slider Windows?
Slider windows are another popular window option. It’s like Southern Virginia to Northern Virginia; it has just as much merit, but most people flock to the other one. However, unlike double hung windows, these windows slide open by moving from side-to-side across a track. Sliders are ideal for wider spaces, like when replacing a picture window.
Which is best for your project?
If looking for both style and energy efficiency, double hung windows are the way to go. These windows are designed to make your space feel more comfortable and lower your energy bills. This means, much like oysters in Virginia, they’re a good choice all year long.
Double hung windows work well in most rooms, particularly if you have an air conditioner unit. The best part? With over 1,500 style and color options available including wood and vinyl, you’re guaranteed to find the windows of your dreams.
Because of their unique sliding capabilities, slider windows are best if you’re looking for a Luray Caverns-level of ventilation. These windows are best suited for rooms with only one window, as they certainly make a statement! Consider these windows when replacing the windows facing a backyard or a garden – not only will you receive more fresh air, but you’ll enjoy an unobstructed view thanks to its sleek, low-profile frame.
Once you’ve decided what windows are the best fit for your Northern Virginia home, our team of exterior design consultants will guide you through the process. We’ll go over your project, discuss your options, and provide a quote good for up to six months. To schedule your in-home estimate, visit WindowNation.com.
When you are deciding to upgrade your home with replacement windows in Columbus, there is a lot to consider. The various window styles available can be overwhelming to most consumers.
While they are all equally great for seeing the perpetual overcast sunlight in Ohio, there are quite a few key differences.
Double and triple-paned windows feature two or three panes of glass, separated by a layer of gas. At Window Nation, we use argon gas which is not toxic (unlike Michigan fans). When captured between panes, argon gas improves thermal insulation, which improves energy efficiency by slowing the transfer of heat through the window into your home or out of your home. Though, in Columbus, there probably isn’t too much heat transferring into your home.
Window technologies have come a long way, and having windows that make a good seal is just as important as getting modern ENERGY STAR efficiency.
Since energy efficiency is such an important fact to consider when getting replacement windows, we are often asked, "How much better are triple pane windows than double pane windows at saving money on energy bills?"
This is an important question to address. But there are a few other things to consider when deciding between double and triple-paned windows.
Here's what you need to know.
Double Pane Windows: BEST VALUE
You can head over to North Market and grab all the buckeyes you want with the money you save, because double pane windows are the best bang for your buck. This is why it is the number one window choice in the entire country. When you upgrade your current windows to double pane windows the difference will be as obvious as the Cavs with and without LeBron.
If budget is a factor, it makes sense to go with double pane windows for the best deal upfront. A standard double pane window with argon gas is going to reflect 90% of the energy and only let 10% through. That means on the rare occasion of a sunny day in Ohio, 90% of the heat from the sun is going to stay outside, and only 10% is going to get in. On a cold winter day, 90% of the heat from your furnace is going to stay inside your home, and only 10% is going to leak out.
Do you want to savor all the natural light you can get here? When you have two panes of glass instead of three, you're going to have fewer coatings for the sun to get through. That means double-pane windows will allow more light into your home. It is a subtle difference, but one to consider.
Triple Pane Windows : MOST ENERGY EFFICIENT
If comfort is your biggest concern, triple pane windows will be the best option. Triple pane windows are within a degree or two of the wall temperatures at any given time.
A typical triple-pane window will reflect 97% of energy and only allow 3% to pass through. These are the optimal choice for energy efficiency; let your heating system take a bit of a break.
Some of our customers are also looking for a reduction in noise. The extra pane of glass makes this window option the number one choice for keeping noise out. Living in Columbus, you’re bound to have noisy neighbors, and triple-pane windows will make all the difference.
Triple pane glass will also provide extra security. The glass we use has the same technology used in windshield design and can withstand up to 30 swings from a Progressive Field baseball bat.
What's the Verdict?
The good news is that, no matter what, double pane or triple pane windows will have an immediate benefit on your energy bills.
If you're ready for a quality of life upgrade, grab some Skyline Chili, then reach out to us today to schedule a free, no-obligation, in-home estimate. We'll send a knowledgeable technician to your home to help you figure out what window options will work best for your Columbus home.
Only you can decide what matters most to you. We can give you the vital information you need to make the best decision.
Before you can compare the pros and cons of having casement windows or double hung windows in St. Louis, brush up on what they look like.
Casement windows use cranks to open and close. That means you can open them with one hand, and eat your toasted ravioli with the other.
They push open, extending beyond the envelope of your house. Casements are often used anywhere you need to reach to open a window. For example, casements work well above a kitchen counter since it's easier to turn a crank than lean over your deep-fryer and push a double-hung window. Double-hung windows move up and down in a frame. Some allow you to move both the top and bottom sashes, while others only let you move the bottom. Double-hung windows are all-purpose windows.
If your home is contemporary, they may be a good choice. In terms of energy efficiency, casement windows create a seal so tight our cracker-thin pizzas couldn’t fit through them. When the casement window is closed, all four sides of its sash press firmly into the frame, stopping air leaks. That tight seal helps control your home’s temperature by keeping heating and air conditioning in, which is incredibly important for when the weather changes every 5 minutes.
Double hung windows are flexible enough to work well in most rooms and home styles, and are a must for a home with an Old Courthouse level of history. They also accommodate window air conditioning units.
Casement windows cannot accommodate window air conditioners, so staying cool is trickier if you choose casements (You know, for the 25% of the year it isn’t cold already).
Double hung windows usually last longer with less maintenance required. If the crank on a casement window fails, you'll need to repair it before you can open the window. It doesn’t take a Moto Museum mechanic to fix, but it can still be costly in terms of materials. Since double-hung windows have fewer moving parts, there's less chance of mechanical failure.
Comparing Casement vs. Double-Hung Windows
Main benefits aside, here's how the two window styles stack up:
Aesthetic - It's a draw. Some St. Louisans may be drawn to the more historic design of a double hung window, while some might be drawn to the simplistic, modern style of casement windows.
Cleaning - It's a draw. Casement windows are fairly easy to clean. Simply crank open the window, then wash both sides from your home exterior. Modern double hung windows are fairly easy to clean as well, since they tilt in for simple cleaning. If you have old double hung windows, it may be difficult to remove the Missouri dust and dirt from the surface.
Durability - Casement windows get exposed to the rain, wind and snow (sometimes at the same time around here) when they are open, so they can degrade faster than double-hung windows. The frame reduces double hung windows' exposure to the elements. For this reason, double hung windows are generally more reliable in St. Louis.
Tight seal - Casement windows have an airtight seal when they're closed. Older double hung windows can allow air in through the top, but it shouldn’t be an issue when installing brand new windows. Consider this one a wash.
To learn more about replacement windows, or to get a quote, contact us.
There’s so much more to replacement windows than standard single pane windows. Many window companies offer unique window styles that give your home a much-needed upgrade. Before choosing your replacement windows, be sure to research all the options available to you. Double hung windows are a safe choice for homeowners looking to keep a classic look. However, if you’re looking non-traditional windows, consider replacement casement windows. Each window will transform your home; however, which is best for you? Our replacement window experts explain the difference:
What is a Casement Window?
Casement windows are airtight sealed windows that open outwards using a crank instead of sliding up and down. These windows not only provide great ventilation but also seal on all four sides to create an airtight seal and keep drafts out helping reduce your energy bills. Casement windows which are also known as crank windows can be installed in your sitting room, sunroom, kitchen, or bathroom.
There are many benefits to Casement Windows that help homeowners add character to their home like their unique shape. You might consider a casement window when replacing a window that you need to reach, like a window over your kitchen sink. These windows can also be easily incorporated into a bay or bow window.
Benefits of Casement Windows
Looking to boost your home’s energy efficiency? Look no further than replacement casement windows. If you are unfamiliar with what a casement window is, a huge benefit to these windows is its airtight seal on all four sides. This virtually eliminates all drafts, unlike the double hung window.
While casement windows open outwards using a crank, double hung windows also known as double-sash windows move up and down within a frame. These windows are one of the most common replacement window styles. They are easy to operate and clean.
Double hung windows from Window Nation are the perfect fit for your home. They can be customized with a variety of colors and materials to help you create the windows of your dreams. Because these windows require little maintenance, they’ll look brand-new for years to come.
Comparing Window Styles
Aesthetic: Casement windows and double hung windows will both give your home a major curb appeal boost. Each window is available in wood and vinyl styles that can be customized with a variety of colors and add-ons. If you’re looking for a more traditional look, you might choose double hung windows; however, casement windows are best for homes with a contemporary design.
Maintenance: Both replacement window styles require minimal maintenance. To clean casement windows, simply crank the window open and clean the window’s interior and exterior. Modern double hung windows simply tilt in for easy cleaning.
Durability: Double hung windows have the edge over casements. Because casement windows open outwards, they’re more exposed to the elements and can degrade faster than double hung windows. Because double hung windows are secure in a frame, these windows are typically more durable than casement windows. If you live in a wet climate, you might consider choosing double hungs.
When you’re ready to start your home improvement project, schedule an estimate with one of our exterior design consultants. Our team will discuss your project with you and go over your options so you can find the best windows for your home. You’ll then receive a quote good for up to six months. Schedule your in-home estimate today at WindowNation.com.
Asking yourself “Are energy efficient windows worth it?” or “Are double hung windows energy efficient? The answer to both questions is a resounding “Yes!”, so read on for more information on choosing energy efficient double hung windows.
How Windows Affect Energy Efficiency
If you have old windows, they are drafty. When air leaks from the inside out, you consume more energy to keep the home comfortable. By replacing your old with new ones, you will stop air leaks and curb energy consumption.
If you live in an older home, you may have single pane windows where there’s a single pane of glass between your home interior and the outdoors. By selecting triple-pane double hung windows with an argon gas fill, you can triple the protection between indoors and out.
Argon, an inert gas, is less conductive than oxygen, so it keeps heat from passing through the three panes of glass that comprise the window. As you can imagine, this makes new replacement windows much more energy efficient than your current windows.
An optional low-e glass coating prevents the solar heat gain that makes the air conditioner work harder to cool your home. By deflecting UV rays from the house, the low-e coating also protects your art and furniture from the effects of the sun and keeps your home comfortable year round.
Are Energy Efficient Windows Worth It?
Energy Star windows offer twice the energy efficiency as windows manufactured just ten years ago, which means the time is ripe to replace your existing windows. While you will save money and energy with baseline replacement windows, you will enjoy better energy savings if you can purchase mid-range or premium replacement windows, which offer greater insulation and more energy-saving features.
When you replace your existing windows with energy efficient double hung windows, you will enjoy benefits such as:
A more comfortable house – Double hung windows create a tight seal with the envelope of the home, reducing air leaks between the inside and outside of the home, which means your home will feel more comfortable throughout the year. No more drafts when you’re sitting by the window!
Lower utility bills – When air leaks are reduced, your heating and cooling systems are able to operate efficiently (because cool air isn’t seeping out through drafty windows), which lowers your utility bills.
UV protection – You protect your skin from UV rays, but what about your home? Replacement windows with low-E coating block furniture, art, and rugs from fading as a result of UV exposure.
Improved safety – The glass used in replacement windows is stronger than the glass used in old windows, which better protects your home from environmental damage and break-ins.
Higher resale value – Last but not least, energy efficient upgrades are among the top desired renovations by homebuyers, which means investing in energy efficient windows improves your home’s potential resale value.
The most energy efficient double hung windows come with the Energy Star certification. By choosing these windows, you may be eligible for a tax credit, another perk of making the switch!
As you can see, there are many reasons why our answer to the question,“are double hung windows energy efficient?” is yes. After exploring the benefits of upgrading your windows to energy efficient double hung windows, are you ready to shop for windows? Get a free quote for replacement windows from Window Nation or learn more about our wood and vinyl double hung windows today.
If your existing windows are inefficient, as much as 30 percent of the heat and air conditioning produced in your home flees through air gaps in the windows. By replacing old windows, you’ll stop air leaks and save both energy and money. Double hung windows are the most common type of windows, but what should you expect in terms of pros and cons of double hung windows?
Pros of Double Hung Windows
Since double hung windows are the most popular window style, they come in the widest range of colors. This can appeal to some homeowners, who want new windows in something other than, say, white or beige. Double hung windows also come in a range of materials, with wood and vinyl being the most popular choices.
The Right Price
Not only are there so many options for double hung windows, but these are an economic pick as well: There are low-cost windows available, although you can certainly splurge on windows with custom upgrades that improve energy efficiency, such as low-E glass.
If you have the money to invest in these energy-efficient features, you will be rewarded. Estimates show that most homeowners receive 30 to 50 percent energy savings by choosing a top of the line window versus the baseline double hung.
In terms of double hung window ventilation, either the top or bottom panel of the window can slide to let in air through a window screen. While other styles of window do offer more ventilation, double hung windows readily accommodate window air conditioners. If you are looking for a window with decent ventilation that is easy to open and easy to fit with an air conditioner, this is a strong pick.
Double hung window maintenance is hassle-free. New styles of double hung windows tilt in, so you can clean the exterior glass quickly without stepping outside your home!
Cons of Double Hung Windows
Possibility of Air Leaks as Window Ages
While replacing your windows with double hung windows will reduce air leaks, these windows are not the most airtight. Casement windows, which seal tightly at all four sides when closed, provide superior defense against air leaks.
With double hung windows, it is a good idea to use interior weatherstripping as a barrier against air leaks. By weatherstripping windows, you can reduce the likelihood of drafts as the windows age and ensure your utility bills stay low.
To maximize your window’s lifespan, plan on annual double hung window maintenance. By lubricating the tracks, you can keep the window sash sliding up and down with ease. Without maintenance, your windows could become difficult to open.
There are a few double hung window problems to worry about; for instance, in some cases, the springs that keep the sash open when you raise or lower the window can fail. If this happens, the window will fall down after you raise it, rather than staying up. Replacing the spring can fix the problem.
All Or Nothing Replacement
If you replace the windows in a single room, you won’t notice a difference in your comfort or energy bills. You will need to replace all windows in the home to feel this difference. The good news is, once you make the initial investment in energy efficient windows, cost savings will accrue monthly for the life of the windows.
Double Hung Windows From Window Nation
Now that you understand the pros and cons of double hung windows, you can easily decide if these windows are right for you. If you are still not sure, our replacement window experts can help you with making the perfect choice for your home. Contact us to schedule your free in-home estimate today.
With costs in the thousands, window replacement is not a cheap home improvement. While many homeowners understand the benefits of replacing old windows with new ones, you may be asking yourself “are double hung windows worth it?” Read on to learn more about double hung windows cost vs. benefits to decide what’s right for you.
Benefits of Double Hung Windows
There are many benefits to replacing old windows, but what’s “worth it” to you may differ from someone else’s perception. Here are the top benefits that homeowners report when replacing old windows with double hung windows:
Easy to clean
Do you dread cleaning old windows so much that you hire out for the unpleasant task? Since newer double hung windows tilt in, they make for easy cleaning. When you DIY instead of hiring a window cleaner, you will save money without sacrificing shiny windows.
Decrease air leaks
Newer windows block air from leaking out of your home, so your home maintains a more consistent temperature year round. You will enjoy a draft-free home while using less heat and AC to stay comfortable — so you will pay less each month for oil, gas, or electric.
Conserve energy & save money
When you are looking at curbing energy usage, it’s important that you seal your home’s envelope to lower your overall energy usage before you invest in clean or renewable energy. Otherwise, you would waste energy. By replacing drafty windows with energy efficient windows, you can tighten your home’s envelope, curb your overall energy consumption, and pave the way for clean energy home improvements.
Boost resale value
For most homeowners, the biggest payoff of replacement windows comes at the time of resale. When you take the long view of things, you will appreciate being comfortable in your home year round while increasing your home’s value and asking price when you decide to sell. On average, homeowners recoup 80 percent of the cost of replacing windows when they sell.
To maximize resale value, select double hung windows that mimic the style of your home, especially if it’s a historic house. For example, wood windows with divided light panes keep to the historic style of old windows and add value, while baseline vinyl replacement windows without divided light panels blend centuries and may cheapen the home’s value.
After comparing the expenses and advantages of replacement double hung windows, most homeowners find that the benefits outweigh the cost in the long run.
How Much Do Double Hung Windows Cost?
There’s no one size fits all answer for how much do double hung windows cost because it depends on how many windows your home has, the size of the windows, and the features you choose in double hung windows. If you select windows with a low-e coating, which blocks UV rays from penetrating the windows, you will pay more than if you forego this feature. However, your furniture might fade unevenly — which means you may spend more over time in replacing that sofa and rug!
At Window Nation, we run specials that allow homeowners to save money on replacement double hung windows and have helped many homeowners answer the question, “are double hung windows worth it?“
We are happy to talk more about the features that set our windows apart, help you select the right features for your new double hung windows, and provide you with a free in-home estimate for double hung or any other kind replacement windows.
Difference Between Single And Double Hung Windows
The major difference between single and double hung windows is in how each window is operated. Single hung windows have a bottom panel or sash that moves vertically, while the upper sash or panel is fixed in place. These windows are fairly common in apartment buildings.
Double hung windows are different from single hung windows in that you have the ability to open both sashes. This means you can open both ends of your window up or down. In addition, both of the panels can be tilted down and in for convenient cleaning.
Cleaning Single Hung vs Double Hung Windows
One of the major factors that influence the choice between single hung vs double hung windows is how easy it is to clean these windows.
Cleaning windows can be a drag. This item on the honey-do list may even be worse than folding laundry. Most of the time you need to wait until the weather is temperate enough to go outside, wash them down, climb a ladder and then work carefully so there isn’t any streaking or your work has been in vain. Some people may go to the extent to have the windows on their home professionally washed just to get rid of the hassle. If your home has single hung windows, you are on the unfortunate end of window cleaning.
Double hung windows open, literally, a whole new world of possibilities of enjoying your windows. Cleaning double hung windows is so easy that you will wonder why you didn’t replace them sooner. All you have to do is open the top, tilt, clean and tilt it back again. So simple!
Home Ventilation With Single Hung vs Double Hung Windows
Have you ever wanted to open a window while it’s raining to get a fresh breeze? Double hung windows allow you to open the top just a bit so that cool breeze and ventilation can be allowed through without damaging the window sill from the rain drops. Double hung windows provide a great means of ventilation. Being able to pull down from the top with the bottom section still closed lets you bring a breeze into the home from above and maybe help release some heat during the warmer months.
Single Hung vs Double Hung Windows Safety
Another feature that stands out about double hung windows is safety. If you have children that like to hang around windows, when you open the top half of your double hung window instead of the bottom, you can rest assure that you have made it quite hard for an accident to happen.
Single Hung vs Double Hung Windows Cost
Single hung windows tend to be purchased for a couple reasons. They are in the lower end of the price range spectrum if you are on a budget, and maybe there is a small space where a window is needed and single hung is the only option. Those two reasons don’t even come close to the benefits of having double hung windows in your home. When purchasing a home it can be exciting to see that this feature has been added as a little extra touch, and shows that thought and care were taken in the home.
Whether you are looking to renovate, you are purchasing a home, building a home, or even just looking for a refreshing new look, double hung windows are the way to go. At Window Nation, we take pride in every project set in front of us and we strive for all of our clients to feel comforted by the level of service we provide.
Before the cold weather sets in, contact us to set up a free estimate for replacing your single hung windows. The ease and functionality of a double hung window from Window Nation will leave you wondering why you have waited to make the change. We put our customers first and work daily to solve problems by installing solutions. Window Nation, your best choice for the best in window and door solutions.