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  • Scenic steel window in large sitting area
  • Steel windows in kitchen

Steel Windows

Steel is the ultimate material for strength and durability, which is why many people choose steel windows for their homes. Steel frame windows are also popular options because they allow for more glass and beautiful views into the outside world. This type of window works well in many different types of homes and is both a practical and aesthetically pleasing choice because of weather resistance, energy efficiency, and flexible style.

Read on to and why homeowners and contractors trust AVI for all their steel frame window needs.

Features of Steel Windows

  • Design flexibility to suit any home
  • Timeless look that works in modern, rustic vintage, country, and contemporary homes
  • Resistant to rain, wind, heat, sun, cold, hail, ice, and snow
  • Built to last and keep you safe inside
  • Thermal energy efficiency for optimal temperature control
  • Thin lines and ample glass space
  • Allows in lots of natural light for an open look
  • Works well with various types of hardware
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Types of Steel Windows

Steel Casement Windows 

These steel frame casement windows are hinged on one side and function by swinging inward or outward. They are great windows to have for top and bottom ventilation with added durability.

Steel Awning Windows

These steel awning windows have hinges at the top and a wide and outwardly open design. The steel material looks and performs great as you let the fresh air in and keep the elements out.

Steel Bay and Bow Windows

For a unique and impressive look, choose a steel bay or bow window from AVI and instantly add architectural flair and extra space. These steel windows give your home custom appeal with extra functionality.

Design Considerations

Materials
Wood material for windows and doors
Wood
Steel material for windows and doors
Steel
Aluminum material for windows and doors
Aluminum
Fiberglass material for windows and doors
Fiberglass
Wood & Fiberglass material for windows and doors
Wood & Fiberglass
Grid Options for Awning Windows
Authentic divided lite grid option
Authentic Divided Lite

Steel frame windows with authentic divided lites feature separate panes of glass that are glazed between bars. These are available at AVI and a traditional choice for your home.

Simulated divided lite (SDL)
Simulated Divided Lite (SDL)

Simulated divided lites on steel windows have bars that are adhered to both sides of the glass and use spacer bars. You’ll get the look of authentic divided lites in an energy efficient way.

Grilles-Between-the-Glass
Grilles-Between-the-Glass

Steel windows with grilles between the glass give the look of a divided lite pattern. Choose this option for low maintenance windows and a variety of colors.

Steel Window Screens

Screens for steel windows help to keep insects and debris outside where it belongs while allowing the fresh air inside. AVI has various steel window screens to choose from.

Bright bronze wire screen mesh

Bright - Bronze

Bright aluminum wire screen mesh

Bright - Aluminum

Black aluminum wire screen mesh

Black - Aluminum

Charcoal aluminum wire screen

Charcoal - Aluminum

Charcoal fiberglass screen mesh

Charcoal - Fiberglass

Charcoal high transparency screen mesh

Charcoal - High Transparency

Glass
Dual pane window

Dual Pane

Tripane window diagram

Triple Pane

Low-E Coatings Stacked

Low-E Coating
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.

Decorative Glass
Frosted glass

Frosted

Glue chip glass

Glue Chip

Obscure glass

Obscure

Rain glass

Rain

Sandblasted glass

Sandblasted

Grooved glass

Grooved

Beveled glass

Beveled Sound Abatement

Tempered Glass
Tempered glass in bathroom

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 in a bathroom

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.

Installation Services
Window installation services
Window Installation Services
We offer hassle-free installation with experienced installers who know our steel windows well. Since we supply and install, we can help you streamline the replacement or initial installation process to save you time, money, and headaches.
Door installation services
Installation Quality Guarantee
What really makes our window installation services stand out is how we back all of our installations with a quality guarantee. We stand by every project we do and offer a 10-year installation warranty to give you peace of mind that the job was done right.
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Exterior photo of steel windows
Large steel windows in kitchen
Large, scenic steel windows in large, open bedroom
Steel windows in large, open dining area
Steel windows in large sitting area
Scenic steel window in large sitting area
Steel windows in kitchen
Steel windows in living room
Steel windows in large, open bedroom

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