About Double Hung Windows
Double Hung windows from Window Depot Dayton offer the perfect combination of aesthetic beauty and energy efficiency. Our vinyl Double Hung windows are extremely durable. No matter which style you choose, our affordable Double Hung windows will add value to your home. These are just a few of the reasons why Double Hung windows are our most popular residential style!
Double Hung windows are usually taller than they are wide. Both the top and bottom sashes are vertically movable, and both sashes also tilt-in to make cleaning your windows extremely simple! These windows are strong enough to endure the elements, while helping to save you energy at the same time.
We would love the chance to prove to you that our Double Hung windows are the absolute best available. Some standard features that you can expect include: 100% virgin PVC, 3/4-inch stainless steel balancers, a high-quality lock mechanism, Warm Edge glass spacing, extruded lift rails, and a multi-chamber extrusion design. In most cities, we also use one-inch thick insulated glass units and visible glass sightlines. We offer a variety of optional features, including Low Emissivity (or Low E) glass, Argon or Krypton insulating gas, tempered safety glass, and Colonial or Diamond grids. In certain cities, we provide the option of an interior simulated wood finish and/or an exterior color finish, as well.
Why wait any longer? Now is the perfect time to contact Window Depot to set up a FREE quote with one of our knowledgeable, honest, and passionate consultants. With Double Hung windows, you’ll never want to leave the comfort and tranquility of your home! Why settle for anything less than the best of the best?
Working with Window Depot was a great experience through the entire process! The part that impressed me the most was where they replaced the sill and the rotten wood around it. This was on an old barn that was in rough shape. Keith definitely took the extra time to do it right despite the cold and rainy conditions. Much appreciated and will use them again if I get the chance.
December 15, 2018