Double Hung Window Replacements for Your New Jersey Home
Double hung windows come with a double sash, an upper and lower one, both of which function independently. The movable sashes shift up and down with balancing devices supporting their movement. The balancing devices are usually suspended by ropes, chains and other devices. As the weight of the sash is counter balanced by the weights of the balancing devices, the window sets open at any possible position.
Double hung windows save space, but they should also match the décor of your home. Windows should be placed in such a way that they can allow enough fresh air and ventilation. Thus, sufficient light can enter into the room. A professional New Jersey replacement windows contractor can tell you whether a room would best be suited for these types of windows. Performing the installation yourself is only recommended if you truly understand the process. After all, a poorly installed window will not only take away from the beauty of the room but it will also allow heat to escape in the winter, cutting down on the efficiency of your HVAC system and costing you money.
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