Paired windows are simply two windows placed next to each other with a mullion (vertical frame) in between. They’re famous for enhancing curb appeal in a unique, interesting fashion. Considering paired windows for your own home? Read on to learn more.
Since “paired” refers to the window configuration and not the window itself, the cost depends on the two windows chosen to be installed together, including window dimensions and cost of labor in your area. Speak with a local window contractor for estimates, as well as assistance with federal tax rebates and energy efficiency incentives.
Paired windows are only as durable as the materials they are made from, which depends entirely on the choice of the homeowner. Vinyl, fiberglass and wood frames are typically the most durable.
Paired windows require maintenance similar to any other window. Keep yours looking great by cleaning them regularly with a soft cloth or squeegee and non-abrasive household cleaner.
Paired windows are defined as two windows placed next to each other with a mullion in between. A mullion is simply the vertical frame piece that provides separation between the two panes of glass. In many cases, the windows will either be under an arch or have arched tops.
As long as the space allows, paired windows can be placed in any location desired. They look wonderful gracing the front of a building, or in the pitch of a second story.
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