Aluminum Double Hung Windows

Aluminum double-hung windows are windows that have two operating sashes that can move up and down allowing for ventilation on the top, bottom or both. Aluminum double-hung windows are an excellent choice for the rooms that face desks, walkways or porches because the sash doesn`t open outward. With the tilt-in design, aluminum double-hung windows can be cleaned from inside of the house.
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Aluminum double-hung windows are windows that have two operating sashes that can move up and down allowing for ventilation on the top, bottom or both. Aluminum double-hung windows are an excellent choice for the rooms that face desks, walkways or porches because the sash doesn`t open outward. With the tilt-in design, aluminum double-hung windows can be cleaned from inside of the house.

This aluminum double hung window has the following advantages, strength and durability, and long service life. The appearance is beautiful, and the aluminum window looks better than the PVC analog. Do not emit harmful substances. The aluminum frame can be made into large windows and various shapes. Fire Safety.

Double-Hung windows have two operating sashes that move up and down allowing for ventilation on the top, bottom or both. It offers easy cleaning from inside your home and remains flush with the wall, making them ideal for patios or walkways.

Because the aluminum double hung window sash can be pulled up and down, it can stay in any position, can also be flipped, easy to install, especially suitable for installation in hospitals, office buildings, canteens, houses, and other places. It can not only increase the lighting and ventilation of the room but also increase the water tightness and airtightness of the room.

What`s your aluminum window warranty? 

ORIDOW offers a 10-year warranty on the aluminum window frame, 10 years on glass and 5 years on parts.

What is U value in heat transfer?
Thermal transmittance, also known as U-value, is the rate of transfer of heat through a structure (which can be a single material or a composite), divided by the difference in temperature across that structure.

 

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