Answer – This window is known as “Double-Hung Tilt Windows” because it consists of double panel and double frame to move vertically both up and down and both sashes can be tilt.
Answer – A double hung tilt window it can be Open from the bottom like a single-hung tilt window, or slide the top sash down for improved airflow. Both sashes can be tilted in for easy cleaning.
Answer – Because Energy Advantage Low-E glass, Sealed units made with standard S class super spacer, Fusion welded sashes and frames, Standard screens with integrated corner pull tabs, Bottom and top sashes slide and tilt in for cleaning, Recessed finger latches, self closing locks, triple weather-stripping, easy cleaning.
Answer – Every window project is different. It’s hard to provide an accurate cost range as a house can vary greatly in the number and size of its windows. Costs also depend on the frame material and glass options. Double and triple-glazed windows or those filled with argon gas, increase energy savings but add to initial upfront costs. You may be pleasantly surprised to how some windows can be more affordable than others.
Answer – Brock’s high-performance windows are designed to hold in the desired inside temperatures and keep out the cold, wet and extreme heat. Our manufacturers use energy-saving Low-E glass that reduces the amount of heat lost, while letting in maximum light. These high-performance vinyl windows are, on average, twice as efficient as the standard window made ten years ago and can reduce your energy bills significantly.