Basement Hopper Windows


What is a Basement Hopper Window?

A basement hopper window opens inward from the top of the sash on a horizontal axis. By opening inward to ventilate, the opened sash does not interfere with the window well. This basement window can be made to fit the short height requirement found in many basement window openings. When closed and locked, it forms a tight seal to resist water penetration.

Why a basement hopper window?

Our hopper is designed specifically for basement areas and is economical so you don't have to spend a fortune to insulate your basement living space.

Keep your finished basement living area comfortable and save on energy costs with new replacement basement hopper windows from The Window Source.

Basement Hopper Windows Features:

Multi-chambered 3 1/4 inch vinyl frames

Fusion-welded sashes and mainframes

Tilts in for ventilation and cleaning

Sash can also be removed for full ventilation or pass-through

Heavy duty stainless steel, free-floating, concealed pivot arm

Pull handle lock for security and positive seal

Extruded aluminum screen rail

Full fiberglass screen included

Double insulated glass

Meets Energy Star when ordered with LowE/Argon glass

Warm edge spacer system

Completed Projects

We’re so proud to be able to contribute to the beauty found across the great state of Kentucky, with offices in Lexington. It’s something we take very seriously and we believe it’s something we can bring to each home we’re lucky enough to work on.