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Twins Windows & Doors Ltd.
33 Guildwood Dr, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 8E5, Canada
Richmond Hill, Ontario 

Tel.: (416)-417-8770 or (905)-237-8770

Fax: (905)-237-7722

Email: info@twinswindows.com

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North York. Etobicoke. Scarborough. Ajax. Pickering. Whitby. Oshawa. Mississauga. Oakville. Vaughan. Richmond Hill. Thornhill. Markham. Aurora. Newmarket

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Double And Single Hung Windows

Features

DOUBLE HUNG WINDOWS

Double Hung Tilt windows create a sophisticated look in your home while providing practical functionality. They contain two sashes, both of which tilt inwards, as well as a full size screen. This design allows fresh air to enter the room when opened, while provides thermal security when closed.

  • High Performance Low 'E' Glass Standard

  • Exclusive sloped sill on interior for positive water drainage

  • Interior water drainage channel

  • Fusion welded corners on frame and sash

  • Triple fin-seal weather-stripping

  • 1" overlap replaceable interlock cover

  • Reliable, lifetime block and tackle sash balance system

  • Recessed tilt latch assemblies

  • Double walled, contoured lift rail, full width of sash

  • Die cast zinc pivot bars with patented locking system

  • Instant locking pivot shoes

  • Full 7/8" insulating glass

  • Die cast zinc cam lock and keeper

  • Full balance covers

  • Flush mullion system avoids notching interior trim

  • Both sash tilt inwards for easy cleaning

  • Custom made to your specifications

  • "Wet" glazing system with co-extruded flexible seal on sash eliminates leaks

  • Multi chambered extrusions for strength, stability and superior insulating properties

SINGLE HUNG WINDOWS

These windows offer a pleasing appearance as well as functionality, and are especially appropriate for multi-room homes or residential buildings. Single Hung Tilt windows contain a structural frame and a sash which provides architectural reliability as well as an elegant appearance. The bottom part of these windows tilts inward, while the upper part is fixed to maintain thermal efficiency. This classic design allows for air circulation and provides easy access to the exterior of the window from within your home.

  • High Performance Low 'E' Glass Standard

  • Exclusive sloped sill on interior for positive water drainage

  • Interior water drainage channel

  • Fusion welded corners on frame and sash

  • Triple fin-seal weather-stripping

  • 1" overlap replaceable interlock cover

  • Reliable, lifetime block and tackle sash balance system

  • Recessed tilt latch assemblies

  • Double walled, contoured lift rail, full width of sash

  • Die cast zinc pivot bars with patented locking system

  • Instant locking pivot shoes

  • Full 7/8" insulating glass

  • Optional removable mullion, ideal for new construction

  • Half screen designed to be easily removed from inside

  • Die cast zinc cam lock and keeper

  • Full balance covers

  • Flush mullion system avoids notching interior trim

  • Bottom sash tilts in for cleaning

  • Custom made to your specifications

  • "Wet" glazing system with co-extruded flexible seal on sash eliminates leaks

  • Multi chambered extrusions for strength, stability and superior insulating properties

ADD ARGON GAS FOR EXTRA ENERGY SAVINGS

Add Argon Gas and increase the efficiency of your new window even more. Argon, an inert, clear gas, adds insulating properties to the sealed unit and in many cases, helps reduce sound transmission.

WARM EDGE SPACER

The final component for the ultimate in insulating glass efficiency. Warm Edge spacers provide a THERMAL BREAK between the outside and inside panes of glass. The warmer edge of the insulating glass unit will greatly reduce the possibility of condensation and in some cases ice forming on the inside surface of the insulating glass units edges.

Condensation is a result of inside humidity levels and outside temperatures. Please consult your dealer for more information and government published charts.