Functional Awning Windows

Awning windows are hinged along the top horizontal edge with the bottom opening outwards.

Awning window outline
They are often used in Ranch, Prairie, French, Tudor and Contemporary architectural styles as well as homes with traditional or double-hung windows.

Because of their functional design they can be positioned above or below a window/door to add ventilation and
high on walls to add light into a room without sacrificing privacy.

They are often used in situations where furniture or kitchen benches prevent easy access to windows.

When placed in rows or even against other windows, they can create a "wall of light" effect that adds beauty and functionality to a room.

They are similar to casement windows except they are wider than they are tall and crank open from the bottom towards the top on the outside of the house.

They are often used in Bay or Boxed windows, at each end for ventilation, thus allowing for good site lines.

The Encore® locking hardware offers multi-point locking capability. The standard nesting handle folds neatly into itself for a clean appearance that won’t obstruct blinds and shutters.

Encore lock Options
Choose from hardware that is color matched to the window or select from a variety of popular metal finishes inspired from a bygone era, including Oil Rubbed Bronze, Brushed Nickel, Antique Brass and Polished Brass.

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Casement Windows
Fixed (Picture Windows and Specialty Shapes)
Horizontal Sliders (Single and Double-vent)
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