from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a cord and pulley on one side only, the single weight being a sufficient counterpoise: said of a window-sash. Such fitting is used for narrow sashes only, or else rollers are put on the other side to prevent the sash from binding on the window-frame.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Some of the special features that the Wahlers enhanced were a sleeping porch, a octagonal-shaped room with single-hung windows that dropped into the wall, to allow cool air to blow in during the night, and beadboard used on the porch and ceilings, which Robert Wahler described as wood with beads of detail which interlock like a wooden floor.
Window styles include single-hung with tilt sash, horizontal slider, picture window and specialty shapes, and are available in a white frame color.
The homes at Mill Pond are also designed to be energy efficient, with oversized single-hung vinyl windows, high-quality fiberglass insulation, high-efficiency gas furnaces and central air.
The 14 qualifying Crystal models span five of the company's vinyl product lines and include popular styles such as double-hung, single-hung, picture, casement, slider and hopper.
Garden windows, sometimes called greenhouse windows are just a boxy shaped (or greenhouse shaped) window with a fixed window in front, usually single-hung windows on the sides and a glass top or window roof.
Available in single-hung, double-hung or fixed with an innovative polyamide thermal break design and factory glazing, the AA®3350 ISOPORT® Window is highly versatile, leading the way in thermal performance at a competitive price.
Other types of windows such as single-hung, sliding, picture, transom, specialty, and bay windows and skylights, along with wood window and door frames, account for the remainder of industry sales.