Hopper Windows

What Are Hopper Windows?

Hopper windows tend to be smaller windows used to cycle in fresh air from outside and to allow some sunlight to come into the home. They are unique in that they open downward and inward. This means that when you open the window, whether it’s via a crank or by the hinges, the top of the window leans inward. These windows have been popular since the 19th century and are commonly found in Victorian homes. Homeowners still favor hopper windows in areas like the basement, laundry room, and bathrooms.

The Benefits of a Hopper Window

For more information about installing hopper windows in your home or for information regarding the best replacement windows for you, contact us at Armorvue Home Exteriors today.