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Hopper Windows

Hopper Windows
July 20
16:31 2014
Hopper Windows

Hopper Windows

Hopper windows are often installed in basements. A hopper window is a type of casement window flipped on its side. The tilting panel opens inward allowing for maximum ventilation in a reduce areas. Due to their titling action, they are not recommended for rooms where shades or curtains are going to be installed.

Hopper windows are super energy efficient. When closed, they offer a tight seal that prevents air from entering or exiting. Hopper windows are usually installed close to the ground. The angle of the window prevents dirt, leaves and other debris from blowing into the house.

Hopper windows are the best choice when it comes to providing optimal ventilation in small areas, like bathrooms.

The hopper window accommodates a full window screen because the window opens inward, away from the screen. Casements include wood and vinyl, making them both decorative and practical for most all installations.

To get more information on other types of windows, click here: Types of Windows

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