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Perma-Shield Narroline (1968 to 2012)
Perma-Shield Narroline Double-Hung Window (1968 to 2012)
Narroline windows were first introduced in 1968 and were discontinued in 2012. For many years this window was the standard by which all other windows were measured. This window is made of wood and has a vinyl covered frame with prefinished sash on the exterior. Both sash will open, however they do not tilt in. One of the main ways that you can identify this window are the small "cords" that are located in the sash tracks. The small cords are attached to a sash balance and they hold the sashes in their open position.
How To Identify a Perma-Shield Narroline Double-Hung

Note: You can convert a non-tilting Narroline Window into a window that has tilt-in sash with an Andersen Conversion Kit . Tilt-in sash give you the ability to wash the exterior window glass from the inside of your home. The conversion kit is a collection of parts and two new sash with New High-Performance Low-E4 Glass. Easy Cleaning and Save Energy!
400 Series Tilt Wash (1992 to Present)
Andersen 400 Series Tilt Wash Double-Hung Window (1992 to Present)
Andersen Tilt Wash windows were first introduced in 1992. The Tilt Wash double hung window does not have any visible cords to help hold the sash up. The sash balances are hidden behind the sash. This window has compression fit jamb liners that keep the jamb liners tight against the sash. The same screen will fit both the Narroline and the Tilt Wash windows. To tilt the lower sash in you need to raise up the lower sash several inches then slide the "wash assist" into place. The wash assist is a piece of vinyl that slides in the window track. It slides down the track and is pushed between the sash and the jamb liner. This action pushes the jamb liner away from the sash and easily allows the sash to tilt in. The easiest way to identify this window is to look for the Wash Assists that will be clearly visible in the track.
How To Identify a 400 Series Tilt-Wash Double-Hung
200 Series Tilt-Wash (2000 to Present)
Andersen 200 Series Tilt Wash Double-Hung Window (2000 to Present)
Andersen 200 Series double hung windows were first introduced in the year 2000. This double-hung features tilt-in cleaning convenience, natural wood interiors and chamfer detailing. The tilt latches are located on the top rail of each sash and are spring loaded. Once the sash is opened a few inches the spring latches can be retracted and the sash will tilt in.
How To Identify a 200 Series Tilt-Wash Double-Hung
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