The history and traditional utility of dual suspension windows have been somewhat obscure over the years. So much so that many people who have these traditional windows know very little about their origins or what purpose they were designed for.
The large sash windows usually date back to the end of the seventeenth century in Europe where they were first used usually in wealthy aristocratic houses of the era, or even in majestic majors And castles. People of the time liked to have large ornate windows. The more windows that could be afforded were more important. It was similar to dragging a sign indicating to the world the wealth or status of the person who lived in the residence where they were settled.
The problem with the houses of the time was that during the summer months, homes tend to be very hot, even to the point of being intolerably hot. It is thought that the first double hook was used around 1670 to 1690.
Due to the push in science, the era saw the concept of the double window hanging was born. Somebody who understood the operation of thermodynamics applied the principle to the design of the window, thus producing the first way by which indoor air was regulated.
The principle of thermodynamics is simple. The warm air increases, and the cooler or cooler air falls or flows to the lowest level in a confined space. This simple principle as well as double-hung windows have allowed homeowners to be a moderately effective way to regulate the temperature inside the home.
Because the hot air continues to increase when it is not contained, opening the upper frame of the double hung window allows one point of view, Exhaust for warmer air. As the hot air escapes from the top of the window, its volume is replaced by a colder air flowing through the lower open flap.
The owners have learned the art of temperature regulation using the hung window and the principle of thermodynamics to provoke what is revered today as Air conditioning of the poor man. Today, few people who have double windows know the art of temperature regulation by using them.
So, in answer to the original question, do double-pointed windows have a purpose or do they have an advantage over other types of windows? The answer is a resounding yes. In fact, if people were to learn to adjust the temperature at home again using windows that they might already have, I 'm sure they would be moderately surprised with the money That they could save on the electricity bill. Not to mention how much stress they could take off the environment using this little known green tower that helps keep the home cooler in the summer.
Source by Robert Greenlee