Windows that expand outward from the top are known as awning
windows or project-out windows. Their slant means they may be left open during a rainstorm to maintain ventilation. These windows are particularly well-suited to kitchens, but their adaptability and usefulness also make them excellent bathroom additions.
When it comes to window installations for new construction, consider opting for awning windows, also known as project-out windows. These windows offer not just aesthetic appeal from the inside but also impressive functionality. During summer rains, the sash opens to invite refreshing air into your home, making them both visually pleasing and practical. Versatile in placement, awning windows can be installed in any area of your home and customized to fit various openings.
Beyond their attractive design and security features, awning windows boast durability, ensuring long-lasting performance. Opting for impact-resistant windows, including awning styles, provides an aesthetically pleasing and reliable solution for your construction needs.
For those prioritizing energy efficiency and safety, replacing your existing windows with awning windows is a prudent choice. While single-hung windows add character to your home, they may fall short in terms of insulation and security. Making the switch to awning windows not only enhances your home’s charm but also contributes to energy savings and heightened security. Choosing awning or project-out windows is a strategic investment for homeowners aiming to improve their home’s efficiency while minimizing their carbon footprint.
Impact awning/project-out windows are windows that are fitted with impact glass that open outward from the bottom, are hinged at the top, and provide maximum ventilation while also offering protection from rain entering the home.
Impact awning/project-out windows vary in cost depending on the size, configuration, and number of window fixtures required. Contact us for a quote on impact awning windows for your project.
Impact awning/project-out windows are most often seen in rooms that need extra ventilation. They’re often positioned higher up than other types of windows. Their position and the amount of ventilation they offer make them ideal for use in kitchens or bathrooms.
Impact awning windows provide more energy efficiency than similar windows such as sliding windows. Because they only have one point of movement, they can lock in place for a tight seal that prevents outside air from creeping in and climate-controlled air from leaking out.
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