Renew Your Home with Double-Hung Windows
Double-hung windows are among the most popular replacement window styles, and for good reason. Double-hung windows are easy to use, easy to maintain, and easy to install in almost any room in your home. And when you choose Renewal by Andersen double-hung windows, you will enjoy many years of indoor comfort, low maintenance and energy efficiency.
Double-hung windows feature a single sash in the middle of two glass panels. Most double-hung windows open from the bottom, sliding one glass panel or the other. Renewal by Andersen double-hung windows can be opened from both the bottom and the top, making them perfect for any room in your home that could benefit from extra ventilation. And while having your windows wide open may attract insects into your home, our double-hung windows are fit with Renewal by Andersen’s exclusive TruScene® insect screens, which are made with a micro-fine stainless steel mesh that’s one-third the diameter of our standard screen wire to let fresh hair and sunshine in and keep the smallest insects out.
Each double-hung window we install utilizes Renewal by Andersen’s exclusive Fibrex material and offers the strength and insulating value of wood with the low maintenance features of vinyl. Unlike your older wood or vinyl double-hung windows, Renewal by Andersen double-hung windows can also be fit with our exclusive High Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass, the most energy-efficient glass we have ever offered.
In order to keep you fully protected from unexpected difficulties with your double-hung replacement windows, Renewal by Andersen offers one of the strongest window and door replacement limited warranties you will ever find.*
*See the Renewal by Andersen® 20/2/10 limited warranty for details.
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Oil Rubbed Bronze
Select the number of squares desired per sash.
Pattern includes two vertical bars that meet a wider horizontal rail or bar at the center of the window.
Pattern includes two vertical bars and one horizontal bar per sash.
Pattern includes two vertical and two horizontal bars per sash to form 4-inch corner squares.