Single Hung Windows
Whether you are shopping for windows for your new construction home or looking to replace the windows of your current home or business, the experts at Charlotte County Glass are here to help. Charlotte County Glass offers single hung windows which are a great investment for any home. Single hung windows are efficient, durable and easy to operate. With single hung windows, the top sash of the window is fixed or stationary, while the bottom sash moves smoothly up and down. They are the most commonly used window type by Florida home builders. The windows of your home do more for a room than just let the light in. Windows help to make the room look and feel more spacious and pleasant while accenting the layout and décor of your home. Charlotte County Glass has been helping to beautify the homes all across Charlotte County for over 28 years. If you are looking for new windows or looking to replace broken windows, we are your window specialists. Call now and speak to one of our window specialists today.
Advantages of Single Hung Windows
They operate with the bottom sash sliding up and down versus opening outward, this is ideal for smaller spaced rooms. They also provide a great way to allow sunlight and fresh air into tight spaces.
They are energy efficient and can help you save money on heating and cooling bills. With only one moving sash, there is less chance for air to slip through the seams.
They are durable and easy to operate offering long term use and low maintenance.
There are many choices when it comes to finishing options, style and trim.
A Few Words From Our Satisfied Customers
What a outstanding team! They where able to go out and measure quickly, and install within less than a week time frame. Quickest I’ve seen in the industry! So appreciative for the work Charlotte County Glass, and our service tech Rusty did for us! We look forward to being able to continue working with them!
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