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Double-Hung Windows

To this day, double-hung sash windows remain popular. The architectural designs are versatile, with numerous material options, including fire-rated. Replication of existing historic windows is also an option. The traditional style window has never fallen out of favor.

At Window Fix, we understand the challenge of finding a reliable window installer for your new or replacement windows. We’ll help you in every way we can to ensure you get the ideal window products and services to suit your needs.

For over three decades, our window company has helped homeowners and businesses in NYC with our diverse experience, superior training, and leading window products from a wide range of top, trusted manufacturers.

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Double-Hung Windows

Window Fix offers a wide range of double-hung window products, including fire-rated, featuring leading brands. The materials they’re constructed from most commonly include wood, vinyl, aluminum, and steel. The sashes can also tilt in for easy cleaning.

There are many possible configurations, including custom-engineered treble-hung windows. Nearly any size or design can be accommodated, including custom muntin bars. Replicating existing windows is also an option, as is wavy glass.

Unsure which type or design of window would suit your needs best? Our experts are glad to walk you through the process. With our decades of experience and industry knowledge, you’re sure to find the perfect solution.

Why Choose Double-Hung Windows?

As with any architectural detail, looks are everything. Double-hung windows have a traditional feel, as they’ve been widely used since at least the 17th century.

  • Beauty. A classic window adds instant appeal, refreshing the look of any home or business.
  • Easy to clean. Some are designed to tilt inward, making it convenient to clean the sashes.
  • Energy-efficiency. Modern sash windows have a strong rating in U-value, resist heat gain, and minimize air leakage, making them excellent for keeping the outdoors outside.
  • Design versatility. The options are nearly endless. Aside from size and shape,  custom muntin bars are also an option.
  • Historic home friendly. One of the most commonly approved window types by the LPC, and can include the traditional wavy glass.

Signs Its Time To Replace Your Windows

While properly installed quality windows typically have a life span of 25 years or more, these signs let you know if one or more of your home’s windows need replacement.

  • Higher energy bills. Are your heating and cooling costs rising? Your windows could be why, as leaky windows waste AC and heat. Installing new energy-efficient models keeps your costs down and your home more comfortable.
  • Rotting frames. Years of rain and snow exposure can cause some frames to decay. If your window frames feel soft to the touch, are discolored, or have gaps in their miter joints, it’s time to replace them.
  • Condensation. A sign of poor window insulation, condensation occurs when the seal between the window panes is broken.
  • Noise issues. Older windows often don’t provide sufficient sound abatement. Energy-efficient windows absorb outdoor sound waves before they enter your home.

Lastly, your windows might be worn out due to age. If your windows are 20 years or older, it’s probably time for an update.

Is It Better To Replace All Windows at Once?

The three main reasons homeowners replace their windows are:

  • Curb appeal
  • Interior aesthetics
  • Window function

While you might think it’s less expensive to replace only problem windows, there are other factors to consider.

As long as your budget permits, it’s often more cost-effective to simultaneously replace all your home’s windows. If you want to stretch the project out over a year or two, consider doing it in phases, replacing windows on each level or side of the house at a time.

Need more information on whether it’s time to replace your New York City home’s windows? Contact Window Fix at 888-677-9945 to learn more.

Our Window Services

At Window Fix, we prioritize providing our NYC clients with superior service and product satisfaction. We only offer leading brands that we trust and stand behind. Our experienced team can make your project come to life in a smooth and professional manner. How can we help you?

Contact Window Fix today to begin, or call to learn more about our unique window offerings.


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