GITNUX REPORT 2024

Window Sizes Chart

The Window Sizes Chart provides standard size measurements for Single Hung (24x36 inches), Double Hung (36x48 inches), Casement (24x60 inches), and Sliding (48x72 inches) windows with corresponding dimensions in feet.

Author: Jannik Lindner

First published: 7/17/2024

The following Window Sizes Chart presents the standard sizes of different window types in both inches and feet. The chart includes the dimensions for Single Hung, Double Hung, Casement, and Sliding windows, providing a quick reference to common window sizes used in construction and renovation projects.

Chart Data

Window Type Standard Size (in inches) Standard Size (in feet)
Single Hung 24 x 36 2 x 3
Double Hung 36 x 48 3 x 4
Casement 24 x 60 2 x 5
Sliding 48 x 72 4 x 6

Conclusion

The chart provides standard window sizes in inches and feet for different window types, including Single Hung, Double Hung, Casement, and Sliding windows.

FAQ

What is the standard window size for a typical bedroom?

The standard window size for a typical bedroom is around 3 feet wide by 5 feet tall.

What factors should be considered when choosing window sizes for a living room?

Factors to consider when choosing window sizes for a living room include the room's orientation, natural light levels desired, and the aesthetic of the space.

Are there standard window sizes for kitchen windows?

Standard window sizes for kitchen windows typically range from 2 feet by 3 feet to 4 feet by 4 feet, depending on the layout and design of the kitchen.

What is the benefit of larger window sizes in a home office?

Larger window sizes in a home office can help increase natural light exposure, reduce eye strain, and create a more inviting and productive work environment.

Can custom window sizes be ordered for unique architectural designs?

Yes, custom window sizes can be ordered to accommodate unique architectural designs, allowing for flexibility in creating a customized look for your space.