If you drive around different neighborhoods throughout the Minneapolis area, you will notice that in many spots the homes differ from one another. Some stand out for their uniqueness, and depending on the neighborhood, they have varying ways of showing themselves off and standing out from the other homes around them. Often windows have a great deal to do with that.
Some homes have traditional looking windows, others have windows with a more modern appearance. Many homes have a mix of window styles. The architectural style of a home will usually determine the windows that look best.
One window style that looks good with any home? The double hung window. Double hung windows – where both sections can slide up and down – are a variation on the single hung window, where one section (or sash) was fixed, usually the top. Double hung windows have been the most popular style in the U.S. for quite some time, and they remain one of the top choices for homes.
What Are Double Hung Windows?
Double hung windows come in a variety of sizes and shapes, but the basic structure is the same. They have two sashes that lift up for easy opening and cleaning. There are two parts that move up and down. (Most of today’s double hung windows have sashes that can tilt inward as well, making cleaning the outside of them easy.)
Why Double Hung Windows Are More Popular
No matter what style window you’re thinking of putting in your home, we can help you make a wise choice. We offer a wide variety of double hung windows as well as many other styles.
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