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SINGLE HUNG / DOUBLE HUNG WINDOWS

Smooth effortless operation

The classic appearance of our Single Hung or Double Hung windows make them appropriate for both traditional and contemporary style homes. They offer smooth and effortless opening while the sash guides and seals ensure the window is weather proof and rattle free. The clean lines and flush finish complement any contemporary style home and with their design and placement can create a traditional look without the high maintenance of timber.

The Single Hung window has similar features to the Double Hung, however this style has proved to be more popular because the flyscreen of the single only covers the bottom half of the window and is therefore more asthetically pleasing.

The Double Hung window is perfect for locations that have external space restrictions as no part opens outward. The independent movement of both sashes allow you to regulate air flow according to your needs, with warm air out at the top and cool air in below.

As with all South Pacific Windows, the choice to combine energy efficient Single or Double Glazing and/or Thermally Efficient Framing is always available to further enhance the value, efficiency and comfort of your home.


Single Hung Windows have been used to create a
traditional look with the beauty and strength
of low maintenance aluminium

WINDOW STYLES
AND TYPICAL
CONFIGURATIONS

 

The following is a guide to some typical configurations of various South Pacific Windows.

Our unique flexibility allows for an endless range of
possible configurations, please ask one of our representatives
for advice with your desired request.

Generic configuration guide
Note : All Windows are viewed from the outside.
Optional : Both Left or Right hand opening designs are available.

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Indicates a fixed panel of glass.

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Indicates sliding direction of opening window.

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Point indicates handle/lock position of opening window.

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Point indicates handle/lock position of opening window.

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Point indicates handle/lock position of opening window.