An Awning Window hinges at the top and tilts outward at the bottom using handles similar to Casement Windows. What differentiates this from other windows, is that they allow for ventilation, even in inclement weather...
Wood Awning Windows
double-hung window

The awning window is perfect for someone who likes to have fresh air at any time. Because the window opens from the bottom, you can have fresh air circulating inside you house even during bad weather conditions. With this type of window, you gain the flexibility to keep wind, rain and snow outside - even with the window open. (mouse-over the image to see how it works)

- Solid wood frame, sash and moldings; no finger-joints for a better look
- Structural construction; multi-section units have common head and sill; no mulling of modules
- Increased protection against leakage and infiltration due to exceptional weather-stripping
- 4-9/16" solid wood frame (available in 6 9/16" for clad windows)
- 1¾" or 2¼" solid wood sash
- Single, structural post for cleaner lines, better aesthetics, more visible glass
- Glued hardwood dowel sash assembly for solid, long lasting assembly precision
- Optional push-out option
Aluminum cladding makes the exterior of your window maintenance-fee. Because we only use extruded aluminum, it is thicker and stronger providing a longer life.
awning window in wood
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aluminum clad exterior of double hung wood window
wood window
with exterior aluminum cladding