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Anatomy of A Window

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The window sill of a double hung window is the lower part of the frame. It is angled downwards towards the exterior of the home to shed water away from
the window.


A groove that is found around windows that the sashes sit and move in.


The finishing trim that covers the gap between the window frame and the structural framing of the house.

Muntin Bar

Pieces of decorative grid that divide a window opening into smaller sections.

Lower Sash

This is the lower, moveable, portion of a double hung window.


The upright or vertical support member(s) of a window sash.


The horizontal top and bottom members of a window sash.

Upper Sash

This is the upper portion of the window that can be raised and lowered, although it is much more common for home owners to raise the lower sash to allow fresh air into your home.


The main vertical members forming the sides of a window or door frame.


The main horizontal member forming the top of the window.

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