Windows are hinged at the top with the awning style and swing out from the bottom to allow air in. Their small size gives better versatility in your window placement — high on the wall, above or below another window, or atop a door. Awning windows can easily blend with other windows to add more curb appeal to your home.
Commonly known as: top hung windows, top hinged windows, crank out windows, retractable windows
With a crank operation, the awning windows open outward. Like casement windows, they are hinged from the top rather than the side. Awning windows are a perfect choice for letting air flow in because of the way they open. They are also an ideal option to let in natural light and ventilation while maintaining privacy — particularly when mounted higher on the wall.
Awning windows are popularly used in combination with other windows to increase visual variety and ventilation above or below a stationary window. They also appear attractively in areas that are hard to reach like above a kitchen sink, or even above a door as an operable alternative to a transom window. Awning windows are also perfect for rooms that require privacy like a bedroom or bathroom that can be enhanced with natural light inside.
Grilles provide a unique look that can be customized to fit your home’s architectural style and add visual appeal to your exterior. In a number of different patterns, grilles can be configured and incorporated with awning windows in many ways.
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