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Balance
A mechanical device that provides force to the sash so they can be easily moved up and down and held in any desired position.
Balance Cover
A plastic piece used to cover the coil spring balance when inside the jamb.
Balance Shoe
A receptacle for the tilt pin to hold the sash and frame together that enables the sash to be tilted for cleaning and/or removal; attached to the bottom of the balance.
Bay Window
A combination of 3 windows—normally containing one large center unit and 2 smaller flanking units—that project from the wall of the home at a 30- or 45-degree angle.
Beveled Exterior
An angled extension from the frame of the window that gives the window an appealing exterior look.
Bottom Rail
The bottom horizontal profile of a sash.
Bow Window
A combination of 3–5 windows attached at 10-degree angles that project from the wall in an arc or circular appearance.
Brickmould
An exterior trim or casing that goes around the window to cover jambs and form a boundary between bricks or other siding materials.
Bronze Tint
Glass colored with a bronze appearance to help reduce the amount of light transmitted through the pane.
Butyl
A rubber material that seals the glass to the spacer system; used to create an airtight and water-tight insulated glass unit.


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