Please Note: this product does not meet IRC egress code size requirements.
If you require a window to meet code, check out our egress windows.
36" x 24"
|Frame||36" x 24"|
|Clear Opening||31.25" x 17.5"|
|Clear Opening Area||3.80 Sq. Ft.|
|Visible Glass||28.75" x 16.75"|
|Visible Glass Area||3.34 Sq. Ft.|
38" x 24.5"
|Frame||38" x 24.5"|
|Clear Opening||33.25" x 18"|
|Clear Opening Area||4.16 Sq. Ft.|
|Visible Glass||30.75" x 17.25"|
|Visible Glass Area||3.68 Sq. Ft.|
41.5" x 21.5"
|Frame||41.5" x 21.5"|
|Clear Opening||36.75" x 15"|
|Clear Opening Area||3.83 Sq. Ft.|
|Visible Glass||34.25" x 14.25"|
|Visible Glass Area||3.39 Sq. Ft.|
Note: These sizes will not meet the IRC size requirements for meeting egress code. If you require an egress code-compliant window, check out our egress window collection.
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Reverse Hopper Style Basement Windows Overview
You've already taken the first step towards transforming your dark and unused basement into a bright, vibrant, and livable space. While our reverse basement hopper windows are not large enough to meet IRC egress code, they can still bring extra light and ventilation to an otherwise dark and stuffy space. They are perfect for living areas in a basement that are already served by an egress window.
Our Reverse Basement Hopper Windows are:
Affordable and easy-to-purchase
Ready-made with a solid PVC frame and insulated glass
Standard with a Removable Screen
Energy efficient to keep your heating bill low and your basement cozy
Designed to maintain the fully open position to maximize airflow
How do reverse basement hopper windows work?
Our reverse hopper style basement windows have been specifically designed to swing inwards from the hinges along the top of the frame. These special hinges are able to sustain a fully open position without movement in a breeze. This allows them to be left open to maximize airflow without rattling around.
Frequently Asked Questions
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How big should the rough opening be?
For example, a 36"w x 24"h egress window is best installed in a 36.5"w x 24.5"h rough opening.