It's hard to imagine a house without windows. They let the sun shine through the built-in louvered glass, and the breeze blows through every room, allowing us to enjoy the view. All of these benefits are available when they are working properly, but when they are not, they will have a negative impact on our interior space.
There are a number of reasons why a window can become "stuck" and unresponsive to vigorous attempts to open or close it. The following is an example of how to resolve hard-to-open windows. Once the problem has been identified and repaired or replaced, the way to keep your windows functioning properly year-round is through regular inspection and maintenance.
Single and double hung windows
Single-hung and double-hung windows are a popular style in residential areas. One of the main reasons single and double hung windows are difficult to open is due to the buildup of dirt, dirt, dust, debris and bugs inside the window tracks. The buildup can cause friction, making it difficult for the window to slide up and down. Go-go buildup and a spray of lubricant usually does the trick.