Single Hung Windows

Embrace the classic beauty and modern utility of single hung windows. Cost-effective and versatile, this timeless window style is the perfect choice for nearly any project.

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V300 Single Hung Window Frame
BENEFITS OF SINGLE HUNG WINDOWS

Single hung window parts include a fixed upper sash with a bottom sash that slides up and down. They’re one of the most common types of windows because of their many benefits.

Single hung windows open vertically, without protruding, allowing you to enjoy fresh air without compromising on interior or exterior space usage. They’re perfect for rooms facing patios, walkways, and porches.

These windows come in a wide variety of materials, colors, and styles. Our single hung windows are built with vinyl, aluminum, or fiberglass and come in multiple interior and exterior colors to match any design style and budget.

Modern single hung windows offer excellent insulation and are available with energy-efficient features like Low-E coatings. More and more homeowners are choosing energy-efficient single hung window replacements.

V450 HomeMaker Series Windows
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Vinyl
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With V450 single-hung windows, the bottom sash pulls upward to open, allowing for ventilation. The interlock at the fixed meeting rail helps reduce air infiltration. Includes a bulb seal for protection against wind, rain, dust and noise.
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White
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Adobe
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Almond
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Black
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Bronze
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Bronze
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Adobe
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Almond
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A250 Thermally Improved Aluminum Windows
Single Hung Windows
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Aluminum
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With A250 single-hung windows, the lower panel slides vertically upward when opened and it overlays into the stationary top panel. You can close and lock the window securely, in one motion, with the spring action lock.
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Clear Anodized
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Clean anodized
Bronze Anodized
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Bronze anodized
Clear Anodized
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Clean anodized
Bronze Anodized
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Bronze anodized
C650 Ultra™ Series Windows
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Fiberglass
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C650 single-hung windows offer superior venting and daylight. The bottom sash is operable and opens by moving upward. Choose between the Positive Action Lock™ or cam lock.
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Frost
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Harmony
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Harmony
Bark
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Black Bean
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White
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Harmony
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Harmony
Bark
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Black Bean
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V250 Style Line Series® Windows
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Vinyl
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With V250 single-hung windows, the bottom sash moves up to allow air to flow into the home. It makes a great solution for windows that overlook patios, balconies or walkways because it won’t protrude into the exterior space. 
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Tan
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Silver
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Classic Brown
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Espresso
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Bronze
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White
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Tan
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V300 Trinsic™ Series Windows
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Vinyl
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V300 Trinsic Series single-hung windows feature the redesigned SmartTouch® lock and handle that is unique to this modern window series. The new hardware practically disappears from view when closed, keeping a contemporary feel.
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Tan
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Silver
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Classic Brown
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Espresso
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Espresso
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Black
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Tan
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Black
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Black
V400 Tuscany® Series Windows
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Vinyl
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Featuring the innovative SmartTouch window lock, V400 Tuscany Series single-hung windows open and close easily to let fresh air flow into your room.
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Tan
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Classic Brown
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Espresso
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Tan
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How to Choose Single Hung Windows

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WINDOW GRID OPTIONS

The window grid is one of the most important parts of a single hung window when it comes to your home’s architectural style. Find a window grid that fits your home perfectly.

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GLASS OPTIONS

Evaluate your options for single hung window glass. Energy-efficient coatings can help reduce your heating and cooling costs, while tinted glass can provide privacy and reduce glare.

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ENERGY EFFICIENT WINDOWS

Focus on energy efficiency. Single hung windows with good insulation properties can significantly lower energy bills and improve the comfort of your home throughout the year.

More to Explore

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The Difference Between Single and Double Hung Windows

How to know the difference between a single hung window and a double hung window, as well as a short breakdown of single hung window parts.

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How To Guides

Every Milgard Window and Door How-to-Guide for Every Window Problem You May Have.

 

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Energy Star Rating Tax Credit

Information on Energy Star Rating and Tax Credits for your Milgard Windows and Doors.

Single Hung Window FAQS

What is a single hung window?

A single hung window is characterized by one stationary sash and one movable sash. The bottom sash slides vertically to open and close, allowing for ventilation, while the top sash remains fixed. This design simplifies operation and maintenance, making single hung windows a popular choice for residential properties. They offer a blend of traditional aesthetics with the efficiency needed for modern living.

What is the difference between a single hung and double hung window?

Single hung windows feature a single movable sash at the bottom and a fixed top sash. Double hung windows, on the other hand, allow both the top and bottom sashes to move, providing superior ventilation options and easier cleaning. The choice between single and double hung windows often comes down to personal preference, ventilation needs, and budget considerations.

What are the most popular colors and finishes for single hung windows?

Popular single hung window colors include classic white for a clean, traditional look; black for a bold, modern statement; and various shades of brown and tan that offer a warm, natural appearance. At Milgard, customers love our frost and black bean colors, but reviews show that all of our single hung window colors are well received. Choose one that complements your home’s exterior and interior design.

What are the most popular colors and finishes for single hung windows?

Popular single hung window colors include classic white for a clean, traditional look; black for a bold, modern statement; and various shades of brown and tan that offer a warm, natural appearance. At Milgard, customers love our frost and black bean colors, but reviews show that all of our single hung window colors are well received. Choose one that complements your home’s exterior and interior design.

What are the most popular single hung window features?

The most sought-after features in single hung window replacements include energy-efficient designs, which help reduce heating and cooling costs, and customizable grid styles and glass types, which allow homeowners to tailor their windows to their specific needs. Milgard customers in particular love our obscure glass for their single hung windows. Low-maintenance materials that withstand the elements and are easy to clean, like our single hung vinyl windows, are also very popular.