Simulated Hung Windows

Simulated hung windows are designed to replicate the classic look of double-hung windows, with equal-sized top and bottom sashes and traditional divided-lite grids, giving the appearance of separate glass panes. This design adds architectural detail and visual appeal to both traditional and modern homes.

While a traditional double-hung window has two sashes that can move up and down independently within the frame, a simulated hung window typically has one fixed sash and one operable sash that slides up and down.

One of the main advantages of those windows is ease of operation. Unlike traditional double-hung windows that require both sashes to move independently, simulated hung typically have one sash that slides smoothly up and down, making them easier to operate, especially in larger sizes.

Additionally, simulated windows often offer enhanced energy efficiency and weather performance compared to traditional double-hung windows. With advanced weatherstripping and insulation features, pur windows can help improve indoor comfort and reduce energy costs.

Overall, simulated hung windows combine the timeless elegance of double-hung windows with modern functionality and performance, making them a popular choice for homeowners looking to enhance the aesthetics and efficiency of their homes.

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