Awning Windows

Embrace the outdoors with awning windows, a popular choice that offers ventilation and light in small areas while protecting the inside of your home from the elements.

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V300|Trinsic Awning Window Frame
WHEN DO YOU NEED AWNING WINDOWS?

Awning windows hinge at the top and open outward, creating a “roof” over the window that allows fresh air in while keeping rain and snow out. They effortlessly open and close with a crank handle and are typically wider than they are tall, giving them some unique benefits.

Awning windows provide better airflow than many other styles. Plus, small awning window sizes mean they can fit into tight spaces. They’re perfect for areas that need good ventilation but where larger windows aren’t practical, like basements, laundry rooms, and bathrooms.

Awning-style windows are also a good choice when you want to place a window high up on a wall, due to design considerations or for privacy. They can be stacked on top of each other, combined with other window styles, or placed around nonopening windows.

With options for vinyl, fiberglass, and aluminum awning windows, you can find a style that suits your home. Aluminum frames are strong and sleek, while vinyl awning windows are popular for their insulation properties and low maintenance.

V450 HomeMaker Series Windows
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Vinyl
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V450 awning windows feature exterior perimeter weatherstripping for enhanced thermal performance. These windows also include dual-foam compression bulb seals for protection against wind, rain, dust and noise.
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Adobe
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Almond
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Black
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Bronze
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Bronze
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Adobe
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Almond
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A250 Thermally Improved Aluminum Windows
Awning Windows
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Aluminum
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A250 Thermally Improved Aluminum awning windows are durable with clean lines and a modern look. This window opens outward from the bottom with a crank handle to ventilate your home. 
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Clear Anodized
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Clean anodized
Bronze Anodized
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Bronze anodized
Clear Anodized
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Clean anodized
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Bronze anodized
C650 Ultra™ Series Windows
Awning Windows
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Fiberglass
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C650 Ultra Series fiberglass awning windows open outward from the bottom allowing for excellent airflow. Awning windows come with a folding nesting operating handle for ease of use.
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Frost
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Harmony
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Harmony
Bark
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Black Bean
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White
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Harmony
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Harmony
Bark
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Black Bean
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V250 Style Line Series® Windows
Awning Windows
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Vinyl
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V250 Style Line Series awning windows open outward from the bottom allowing air to flow into the home. They are a great solution for hard to reach areas.
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Tan
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Silver
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Classic Brown
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Espresso
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Espresso
Bronze
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Tan
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V300 Trinsic™ Series Windows
Awning Windows
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V300 Trinsic Series awning windows are the perfect solution for hard to reach areas of your home. The window opens outward from the bottom for ventilation. They open and close with the turn of a handle.
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White
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Tan
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Silver
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Classic Brown
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Espresso
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Espresso
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Black
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Tan
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Black
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Black
V400 Tuscany® Series Windows
Awning Windows
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V400 Tuscany Series awning windows open outward from the bottom for improved air flow. Commonly used in hard to reach areas, they can be easily opened and closed with the turn of a handle.
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White
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Tan
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Silver
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Classic Brown
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Espresso
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Bronze
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White
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Tan
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Create Your Ideal Awning Window

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WINDOW GRID OPTIONS

Awning windows may be small, but you still want them to look good. Our customizable window grids add a touch of personality and enhance curb appeal.

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GLASS OPTIONS

Select from a range of glass options for your awning windows to improve energy efficiency, reduce noise, or increase privacy.

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ENERGY EFFICIENT WINDOWS

Choose our energy-efficient awning windows to lower your energy costs and improve your home’s comfort year-round.

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FAQs About Awning Windows

What are awning windows?

Awning windows are a style where the window is hinged at the top and opens outward from the bottom. This design allows for ventilation while resisting high winds and protecting the interior of the home from rain and snow, making these windows ideal for use in various climates and weather conditions. They’re very versatile and can be combined with other styles or installed above doors or other windows.

How do awning windows work?

Awning windows operate with a mechanical crank or push-out mechanism, allowing them to open and close with ease. The outward opening feature is particularly beneficial for promoting airflow while preventing rain from entering the room. Small awning window sizes are suitable for hard-to-reach areas, providing accessibility and convenience in spaces like bathrooms and basements.

How far do awning windows open?

The extent to which awning windows open can vary depending on the model and the manufacturer's design. Generally, they offer a wide range of opening angles, from slightly ajar to fully open, allowing for customizable ventilation and control over airflow into the room.

How do I clean awning windows from the inside?

Cleaning awning windows from the inside is relatively simple, as many designs allow the window to pivot or tilt inwards. This accessibility makes it easy to clean both the interior and exterior surfaces without the need for special equipment or outside access. Opting for durable, easy-maintenance vinyl awning windows makes cleaning even more hassle-free.

How energy-efficient are single pane awning windows?

Single pane awning windows are less energy efficient compared to double or triple pane options, as they offer less insulation from outdoor temperatures. For enhanced energy efficiency, we recommend vinyl windows or our thermally improved aluminum awning windows, plus features like glazing, Low-E coatings, and insulated frames to reduce heat transfer and lower energy costs.