Specialty Double Hung Windows

This tool provides some of the most common options on windows and doors and related NFRC values. For more information about the energy efficiency of specific products and options, please contact your local Marvin sales representative.

See Energy Efficient Windows and Doors for further information on this topic.


Clad Simulated Double Hung Hopper


Minimum Size

18 3/8” x 40” rough opening

Maximum Size

66 3/8” x 129 1/8” rough opening

**Max glass size not to exceed 60 SF.

Units are available in glass thicknesses ranging from 1/8” to 1”.

Design and Performance

Window units shall be designed to comply with ANSI / AAMA / NWWDA
101 / I.S.2-97and 101 / I.S. 2/ NAFS-02:
AP-C50 up to 59 3/8” x 128 5/8” (frame size) with 5 1/16” jamb depth

Cross Sections

If you need technical support for your project please contact us.

2D CAD Drawings

Drawings of standard window and door products are ready to insert directly into your architectural plans. To download, select a product type, wood or clad exterior surface and the drawing format you desire.

Please note: If using AutoCAD 2000 or earlier, download the DXF drawing format.

  Product Type Surface Operation/Unit Type Type
Clad Simulated Double Hung Hopper Clad Operating Detail
Clad Simulated Double Hung Hopper Clad Operating Elevation


Chain And Pulley Double hung


Size Guidelines

Contact a Marvin Representative for minimum and maximum size guidelines.

Cross Sections

If you need technical support for your project please contact us.

2D CAD Drawings

Drawings of standard window and door products are ready to insert directly into your architectural plans. To download, select a product type, wood or clad exterior surface and the drawing format you desire.

Please note: If using AutoCAD 2000 or earlier, download the DXF drawing format.

  Product Type Surface Operation/Unit Type Type
Chain and Pulley Double Hung Wood Operating Detail
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