Hopper windows are similar to casement windows; however, hopper windows are hinged on the bottom, rather than hinged on the side.
Hopper windows provide unobstructed viewing areas, ventilation, and structural integrity, similar to that of a casement window. A hopper window is a bottom-pivoting window that opens by tilting vertically. You may be thinking, “why would I use a hopper window in my home”? Hopper windows are popular as basement windows, opening further away from the ground than many other types of operable window, thus keeping dust infiltration to a minimum while open. Bathroom hopper windows provide a convenient solution for ventilation, requiring approximately half of the space as sliding windows to obtain the same opening area.
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