How To Count Your Window Panes

Every home is different so it is important that you count your panes to know which package is right for you. Our definition of what a window pane is; Any piece of glass, any size that is continuous and is surround by it own frame and can be part of an entire window make up. So if you have a bay window with five glass panes we would count that window as five.

Below you will find some typical windows found in homes and how to count them.

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Regular Panel Style Window Examples


These are examples of typical regular panes you can find in your home.
 

Count as 1 Pane

Count as 1 Pane

Count as 1 Pane

Count as 3 Panes

Count as 2 Panes
 

Count as 2 Panes
 

Count as 2 Panes
 

Count as 4 Panes

Count as 3 Panes

Count as 3 Panes

Count as 5 Panes

Count as 3 Panes

Count as 1 Pane

Count as 1 Pane

Count as 2 Panes

Count as 2 Panes


French Panel Style Window/Door Examples


These are examples of typical French panes you can find in your home.
Remember that these french windows have the grid on the outside of the window/door and not between the inner and outer pane.
 

Count as 2 French Panes

Count as 1 French Pane
and 1 pane

Count as 2 French Panes

Count as 1 French door

Count as 2 French door

Count as 2 French Door


Arched Panes


Arched panes above or part of a window pane are considered small specialty panes. Arched panes usually above your front door are considered Large Specialty Pane. When booking your appointment we always check your home through Google if we see specialty panes we will change your booking to reflect that and when we send you the appointment confirmation We will tell you and show the changes in red. As with all of our services you have the option not to have these panes cleaned.