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Learn about Hopper Window

Hopper Window

A hopper window is a window that is hinged at the bottom. It opens inward from the top towards the inside of the home. They close tightly against a seal, so they prevent air leakage and save energy.

Hopper windows are hinged at the bottom, which means that they open inward from the top. The best hinges pivot to allow space between the window and the sash to make cleaning the glass easy. If your hopper window becomes difficult to open or close, it may be time to replace hinges.

Hopper windows close tightly against a seal, so they prevent air leakage and save energy.

The most basic window is, of course, merely a hole in the wall to let in light and air. Over the centuries, a lot of different materials have been used to fill window openings to let in light while keeping out insects, animals, rain, and wind. Before glass became widely manufactured, translucent materials including paper, animal hides, flattened animal horns, and even thin slices of marble were used as window panes.

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