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Sash
The portion of the window unit that contains the glass.
Sash Stop
A vinyl piece placed in the jamb that prevents the sash from being raised or lowered too far in the frame.
Screen
Fiberglass material that is enclosed in a metal framing and installed in an operating window, allowing the sash to be opened. Light and air can enter but insects are blocked.
Seal Bulb
A soft compression-type seal used for weatherstripping purposes.
Sill
The horizontal bottom section of a window.
Sill Extender
A vinyl piece used on the sill of the window as a filler to accommodate the gap between the unit and the rough opening.
Single Strength Glass
A pane of glass with a thickness of 3/32".
Slider Window
A unit in which both the left and right sash move horizontally, or back and forth, in the window unit. Can be a 2-lite or a 3-lite (ends operate and the center fixed).
Sloped Sill
A window sill with a downward slope design that aids in allowing water to run away from the home.
Solar Heat Gain
Direct sunlight and absorbed heat that enters a building.
Spline
The flexible material used when making a screen that holds the screen cloth into the frame.
Stationary Sash
A non-operating member in a window or door unit.
Stile
The vertical sections of a sash.


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