Answer – The window is known as Hopper Window because it opens from below to above.
Answer – Hopper Windows are hinged at the bottom of the window rather than at the top, and open inward rather than outward.
Answer -Energy Advantage Low-E glass, Sealed units made with standard S class super spacer, Fusion welded sashes, Sash tilts in Standard full screens with integrated corner pull tabs, Triple weather-stripping, improve airflow and offer increased security, making them an excellent ventilation solution for basements, near walkways or above doors and other windows.
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. Often government or power company incentives include additional tax deductions or rebates for making energy-saving improvements to your home. These incentives may significantly reduce a project’s total costs. You may be pleasantly surprised to how affordable hopper windows can be.
Answer – Yes it is better for different climates, Reduce energy consumption with our standard SunCoat® Low-E insulating glass or the SunCoatMAX® option, which provides additional protection against fabric fading. Hopper window entirely opens from the top, allows ventilation through the entire surface area of the window. The hopper window is thus commonly found in basements and in bathrooms where there is a window in the shower or tub area.
Answer – Vinyl, Fiberglass, wood, Aluminum and Steel.