Awning windows exemplify simplicity and high-quality performance and can enhance a remodeling or replacement project on their own or as a complement to casement or picture windows. Due to their simplicity, they are ideal for over sinks, kitchen counters, and other hard-to-reach locations. Awning windows swing out from the bottom and feature push-out or crank-out styles. These windows are operated with locking hardware that is located near the window sill. At AVI Windows & Doors, we offer this style of window in sizes up to 8 feet wide or up to 8 feet high for stunning views and maximum flexibility.
Features of Awning Windows
- Easy-to-reach hardware for operation
- Perfect for hard-to-reach places in the home
- Can be used on their own or to complement another window
- Push-out and crank-out options available
- Provides good ventilation without letting debris inside
- Offers a versatile and contemporary look
- Can be left open while raining
- Can generally be placed higher on the wall than other window types
Types of Awning Windows
Push-out awning windows are easy to operate and have narrow profiles for a clean aesthetic and maximum glass views. A concealed lock status sensor option is available with push-out awning windows.
Crank-out windows are operated with a lever that turns clockwise to open and counter-clockwise to close. The insert replacement option is available with this window type. Extender poles are available if the window is high and cannot be reached. The pole hooks onto the hardware and can be turned to operate the window.
Wood & Fiberglass
Grid Options for Awning Windows
Awning Window Screens
For awning windows, you can choose between fixed or retractable interior screens to provide protection and encourage greater window usage. Interior screens for awning windows are available with a paintable, stainable wood interior surround, or aluminum surround in a variety of colors.
Bright - Bronze
Bright - Aluminum
Black - Aluminum
Charcoal - Aluminum
Charcoal - Fiberglass
Charcoal - High Transparency
The Low E coating is specially designed to take advantage of the angle of the winter and summer sun. The sun’s rays are absorbed in the cooler months to keep your home warmer and reflected in the summer to keep your home cooler.
Beveled Sound Abatement
Tempered Glass is often used in bathrooms for safety reasons. The panels are heated and then cooled rapidly in a controlled environment, making the glass several times stronger than regular glass.
Tempered Glass is ideal for use over bathtubs and in showers where if glass were to shatter, it will break into small pieces so as not to harm any occupants. Tempered glass is used in cars for the same reason.