Top portion of the double hung window including the vinyl and insulating glass unit.
Bottom portion of the double hung window including the vinyl and insulating glass unit.
Prevents damage to your double hung by limiting how far the sash moves up and down.
Covers the exposed balance track on some double hung windows for aesthetic purposes.
Small air latch that when activated limits the amount a window can be opened for safer ventilation
Latches at the top corner of each sash that when disengaged will allow the sash to tilt inward.
Located on the lower sash and engages with the keeper to lock the window
Located on the upper sash and engages with the cam lock to secure the window.
Interior components located within the balance track of the window that consists of the spring, shoe and cover.
Metal bar attached to the sash that sits in the balance shoe, connecting the sash to the balance system.
Grille patterns are located between the glass. Simulated divided lites (SDLs) are grilles applied to the external surface of the glass.
Also called “wool pile”, this fuzzy weatherstripping is located on the sides, outside and top of either sash.
A flexible weatherstrip applied to the bottom of the lower sash.
On double hung windows the half- or full-size screen comes with fiberglass or aluminum mesh and is installed on the exterior side of the window.
Covers the external weep holes on the bottom of the exterior window frame.