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Our 2000, 4000 and 6000 series of double-hung windows combine classic design and durability with a variety of customizations and price points that suit your needs.
Whether you’re looking for windows for a new home, or you need to replace your current windows, our double hung windows are a classic option. All of our double hung windows are built for easy cleaning and maintenance, and are backed by our Limited Lifetime Warranty. More benefits:
Double-hung window colors to match your home’s style:
Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.
Our 2000 series windows provide exceptional performance at an affordable price. The sleek design provides an expanded glass area for maximum natural light while our fusion-welded sash construction provides years of easy operation. They are a smart addition to your home, providing a lifetime of beauty, comfort and convenience.
4000 series windows from Window World are beautiful and reliable. Our beveled mainframe design is exceptionally slim and refined, making it a wonderful complement to any type of architecture. The 4000 series is the ultimate choice for beauty, comfort and energy efficiency.
The superior performance of 6000 series windows starts with innovation. Every precision-engineered component contributes to superior energy savings. Best yet, 6000 Series windows are covered by Window World of Atlanta’s impressive Lifetime Limited Warranty for complete peace-of-mind.
Looking to improve your home’s energy efficiency? Upgrade your windows! If your windows are outdated, your HVAC system may be working harder than it needs to to keep your home comfortable. Learn more about the benefits of energy-efficient windows.
This classic window style allows for both the top and bottom panes to move up and down, allowing you to open either the bottom or top for fresh air.
Reinforced narrow silhouette frame and sash profiles make a statement of style with their low-profile design. The result is a beautiful and expanded glass area.
At the same time, internal chambers increase structural integrity, rigidity and energy efficiency.
Yes! Save on heating and cooling costs year-round with the SolarZone™ TG2 Elite™ insulated glass package. In warm weather, it will reduce solar heat accumulation, minimize interior glare and lower interior glass temperature. In cool temps, it delivers outstanding thermal performance and warmer interior glass surfaces to maintain comfort in the winter. This package also meets all ENERGY STAR requirements.
Our double-hung windows are built to fit your home’s specific measurements. Contact us to learn size specifications of our different models.
Yes! When extreme wind and weather hit, our proprietary sill interlock stands strong. Traditional slope sill designs can allow the sash to bow during powerful winds, but with our interlocking sash-to-sill technology, the sash is channeled firmly into the window frame for a unified wall of strength.
All Window World Double hung windows are designed with tilt-in sashes which make it easy to clean both the interior and exterior of the window.
To clean your double hung windows, follow these easy steps:
Single hung windows and double hung windows both have sashes which slide vertically on a track. For single hung windows, only the bottom sash slides, while for double hung windows, both the top and bottom sash can slide to the desired position.
All double hung windows from Window World of Atlanta are installed by our factory-trained team of installers. On installation day, we’ll travel to your location and handle the process from start to finish, including setting, leveling and caulking to ensure a perfect seal. Learn more about our window installation process.
Double hung windows have two sliding sashes, meaning either can be moved up or down to allow the window to open. To open the lower sash, simply unlock the sash and slide it upwards. To open the upper sash, you’ll need to unlock your lower sash, and gently lower the upper sash to your desired position.
When locking your double hung windows, check to ensure both the top and bottom sashes are fully closed and sealed. At this point, you should be able to secure your window lock with no obsructions.