Awning windows create a large glass area, unobstructed by middle posts found in slider and hung windows. Practical and attractive, awning windows are often placed in kitchens, bathrooms and basements, above or below other windows, or above doors for increased ventilation and light.
Hinged at the top, awning windows open outward. Premium hardware allows for easy opening from the bottom at 45⁰ angle, shielding your home’s interior from rain, falling leaves, hail, etc.
Screens are placed on the inside of awning windows. Due to the window closing flush against the frame, awning windows generally have a lower amount of air leakage compared to sliding windows
Our ENERGY STAR awning windows also feature a multi-point locking system for enhanced security and fusion-welded corners for a watertight and airtight surface. Inside, multi-chamber construction provides outstanding insulation, thermal efficiency, noise abatement and structural integrity
Available in a wide variety of colour options, vinyl or fiberglass.