Energy-Efficient Single Hung Windows Installed in Northern Virginia
Single hung windows incorporate two sashes, one fixed sash and one sash – usually the bottom – that slides up and down. Many homeowners in Washington, D.C., and the surrounding region prefer double-hung windows, but single hung windows are a beautiful, more practical choice for some homes. If you need new windows but are uncertain about what style is best for you, let the home improvement experts from Shiner Roofing, Siding and Windows help you figure it out.
The single hung windows Shiner installs come from Sunrise, one of the most respected manufacturers in the nation. All single hung windows from Sunrise:
- Are ENERGY STAR® qualified in all 50 states
- Have the best Low-E glass available
- Require minimal maintenance
- Come with a built-in bottom sash that tilts in for easier cleaning
- Are installed with advanced, triple weather-stripping seals
- Come with pick-resistant locks
- Have extruded aluminum screens with heavy-duty aluminum corner reinforcements
Shiner’s single-hung style windows are made with a real upper sash, giving these windows the same look as the double-hung window style. We also have single hung windows available in many of the same sizes and styles of double-hung windows.
Shiner is a locally owned and operated home improvement contractor, licensed, bonded and insured in the states of Virginia and Maryland as well as the District of Columbia. We were founded in 1981 as a family-owned company, and the Shiner family continues to operate the business more than three decades later. During our three-plus decades of serving our neighbors from Arlington, Falls Church, Georgetown, and elsewhere in the Capital region, we have completed more than 16,000 home improvement projects. We are rated A-plus with the Better Business Bureau, and we invite you to check out our reviews on Angie’s List.
Contact Shiner today to learn more about the energy-efficient and beautiful single hung windows we install for homeowners in Alexandria, Fairfax, Bethesda, and elsewhere in the Washington, D.C. area.