Attach Window Hardware to Windows
You can hang two windows from a frame or just one. For a single window, the hardware assembly is as follows: screw eye bolts to the top and bottom of each frame. Make sure the eye bolt is not too long that it breaks the glass. The eye bolts on the bottom are optional, they are there if you’d like to add a window weight to keep the window from swinging in the wind. Using two long lengths cable, loop the first piece around the top left eye bolt and use a cable clamp to secure the loop. Repeat on top right eye bolt. Make a loop at the loose end of each piece of the cable to attach to the eye bolt in the window support post. Loosely clamp the loop in place. Each length of cable should be about even, but you will have to adjust once it’s hanging. Connect a carabiner to the top loops on both sides.
If you want to hang two-stacked windows, repeat the steps above. Connect the windows through eye hooks, two lengths of cable, and create loops to string through each eye hook.