Nice small window perfectly fit our needs, thanks!
12" x 24" Transom Double Pane Vinyl WindowsAdd to Wishlist
Our New Line of Double Pane Vinyl Windows For Tiny Houses, Sheds, Playhouse, Homes, Garages
Tempered Glass Low-E
This Listing is for the 12" x 24" Transom
Constructed of energy efficient polyvinyl-chloride (PVC) which will not Warp, Peel or Corrode. No painting required !
3/4" Nail / Screw Flange
Double Pane thick 3.2mils TEMPERED glass
Back Part of Window that will fit into your opening will measure 12" x 24"
Your Rough Cut Needs 12-1/8" x 24-1/8"
Over all (end of flange to end of flange) 14" x 26"
Dept of Window 3.5"
The Transom windows come in many different sizes 12" x 30", 36", 48", 60", and 72"
The Low-E coating is Triple-Silver MSVD which offers High VTL with low reflectance.
U Value is 0.265 with a light transmittance of (VLT) of ~61%
Low-E glass minimizes the amount of harmful ultraviolet and infrared light that passes through glass
causing materials to fade in you home, it will also reduce condensation on your windows. Low-E will
plays an important role in reducing your heating & cooling cost.
Please note that the Low-E glass is not crystal clear, it will have a slight tint, which is what gives
the glass all the good qualities listed above.
PLEASE NOTE THIS ITEM SHIPS WITH SIGNATURE REQUIRED, PLEASE BE AVAILABLE FOR THE DELIVERY
We are remodeling a barn into a dog boarding kennel. I ordered these windows to put in a couple of odd shaped openings. The install was simple and they seem like they are going to do their basic job of letting in a little sunshine while keeping out the wind and cold of North Iowa.
I needed this fixed picture/transom window for a bathroom in a home renovation. Nobody carries these locally in stock and ordering would take weeks. I was also having problems finding what I was looking for, at a decent price. This window is exactly what I needed and it was delivered within days of ordering. The price was also much cheaper than anything else I was seeing. So far everything is great, now I just have to wait and see how they hold up.