Is there a term for the series or row of fixed pane windows that usually sit on top of a large barn door? They are typically seen on the older wooden barns. I really want to put that on my barn but don't know what they are called. Any thoughts?
transom windows? - don't open but do let light in?
Thanks! No, they do not open, just let light in. I love how they look. And since I went with a wooden structure (in lieu of metal), I def want to add that detail.
check out the doors on Double R Mnf website. I think they are under stall accesories, end wall doors. Really nice.
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If you talk to a glazier, they'll know what you're talking about if you call them transoms or clere storey windows.
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In human houses, transoms are traditionally over doors, particularly interior doors. Traditionally they opened and closed.
Clerestory windows generally are right under the roof and run parallel to it.
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