Multipane window

Multipane window

A window with more than one pane of glass. Dual-pane windows are fairly common, and triple-pane windows can sometimes be found in cold climates.
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This stucco home contrasts gently curved arches with gables, and uses large multipane windows to flood the interior with natural light.
The exterior architecture is designed to suggest the traditional urban multi-level architecture commonly seen in upscale Manhattan streetscapes, with multipane windows and tailored brick facades.
I'm an exuberant painter, and nothing annoys me more than having to scrape multipane windows at the conclusion of a job.
Multipane windows and stately brick combine with farmhouse touches on the garage to create a welcoming facade on this plan.
In the remodel, Stoner moved the mainfloorrear wall out 9 feet and enclosed it with a wall of multipane windows flanking a glass-panel door--bringing in muchneeded light and adding space to this once-dark part of the house.
Other factors that will be taken into considerationinclude insulation, caulking, special fireplace devices, multipane windows and zoned heating and air conditioning systems.
Multipane windows on the greenhouse end were recycled from a remodel of the main house; in part, their dimensions determined the proportions of the shed.
For multipane windows, you can plan one big design and later cut it to fit panes.