What Is the Window above a Door Called?

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The window above the door is called a fanlight. It is semicircular or semi-elliptical in shape.
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A window above a door is called a transom. There are different types though, for instance the curved windows above a door are called elliptical transoms while the fan-shaped ones are called fanlights.
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Transom: the horizontal framing member between a door and a window above; also refers to
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1. Slip a pry bar or hammer beneath the door's casing and pry the casing from the door jamb. Set the casing aside for reuse after you install the window. Run a stud finder across
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The curved ones are either Fanlights (especially in the British isles or they are elliptical Transoms. Rectangular ones are just Transoms. Source(s) CB~ I am studying Architectural
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