WHY CHOOSE HOPPER WINDOWS FOR YOUR HOME？
There are many window types you can see on many websites, like casement windows, double-hung or awning windows, etc. Perhaps you have heard hopper windows many times, but you don't know much about them, not even to mention whether they are good for your project or not. Hopper windows are quite a useful windows type and have many benefits for houses. They are not only energy-efficient and versatile but also very practical, good for many locations. Many house owners like to have hopper windows in their bathrooms, kitchens, and basements.
WHAT IS A HOPPER WINDOW?
A hopper window is hinged on the top and opens inward with a handle. You normally see them in basements and bathrooms. Most hopper windows don't use cranks to open as the whole sashes tilt from the top, allowing for airflow into the room. Hopper windows usually have one single sash with dual pane glazing.