Double Hung Windows Overview


When considering replacement windows there are seemingly endless options. If you’re looking for a classic window style that can be updated with modern sophistication, consider double hung windows.

The key feature of double hung windows is the moveable sashes, creating the “double hung” look. These two sashes slide up or down to open, opening from the top or the bottom, thus giving you double the options when opening the window.

Double hung windows are a classic window style that has been used in homes for centuries. Double hung windows were a key feature in buildings and homes in the 18th and 19th centuries. In fact, in the Victorian era, double hung windows were a very popular window style. Now using double hung windows can create a classic look that reflects its Victorian popularity.

At Renewal by Andersen, our double hung windows feature a traditional mortise-and-tenon joinery. While some double hung windows can be difficult to clean, ours are designed to tilt in for easy cleaning. We also offer a wide range of color and design options so you can keep the traditional aesthetic of a double hung window or put your own modern twist on this classic window style.

Visit our website for more information about our double hung windows or reach us at 1-800-595-1967.


Our Hassle free process step 1 - IN-HOME CONSULTATION
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In-Home Consultation

Our design consultants listen to your needs and create a plan to improve energy efficiency and enhance your home's beauty.

Our Hassle free process step 2 - MEASURE & MANUFACTURE
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Measure & Manufacture

Project Technicians ensure accuracy and answer any last minute questions before sending in the order for your fully customized windows.

Our Hassle free process step 3 - INSTALLATION
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Our Installers treat your home as if it were their own and clean up afterwards.

Our Hassle free process step 4 - CUSTOMER CARE
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Customer Care

A robust limited warranty is backed by a commitment to making sure your windows function as expected.