These windows have a slight frame and let in plenty of natural light, making them a great option for those looking to brighten up their space.
Also known as a two-sash window, single hung windows are window types that have two panels or “sashes.”
Single-hung windows are great aesthetic features that provide ample natural light and ventilation.
A horizontal slide window features a sash that slides across the frame (rather than up and down).
you can proceed to install your metal building in the following steps:
To install a window, you will need to measure the size of the window and locate an area on the metal building wall where you want to place the window.
Measure the distance from the floor to the top of the window opening and subtract the window height from that measurement.
You’ll need to add fins to both sides of the window frame to accommodate the 1/4″ allowance added to the metal panel cutout.
You might need some support if you are installing the window by yourself.
Add Jamb Trims on both sides of the window frame, allowing you to add insulation properties to the metal building window.
Add the frame out following standard installation procedures. The frame out is a secondary attachment for the window that provides a net barrier when the main window is open.
Once the windows are installed, you’ll need to caulk and seal them to ensure they’re weatherproof.
Here are some the tips to follow in framing windows in a metal building: