THE PERFECT SOLUTION FOR INCREASED VENTILATION AND LIGHTING
Practical and attractive, awning windows are often placed above or below other windows, or above doors. They increase ventilation and lighting in your home.
Awning windows hinge at the top and open outward from the bottom. They are easy to open and close with a durable cranking a handle that pushes the bottom of the sash out, ventilating your home while keeping rain away. People often combine these windows with other types or place them higher on walls for privacy. Bathrooms and kitchens are prime rooms for awning windows.
Picking windows for each room is a process that should go beyond the look of the product. The direction your windows face and the room type factor into the comfort, light, and ventilation you will have.
In the past we’ve discussed how to pick windows for each side of your home, and for areas like the kitchen or bathroom. If you are looking at products from different companies, you’ll notice there are windows that often look similar, but don’t always function the same way.
There are big reasons why similar windows should function differently. For example, hopper windows look similar, but this type of window opens outward while hopper windows open inward.
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