Awning Windows

Awning Windows Replacement for Your Kitchen, Bathroom, and Basement

Awning Window
Awning Window

Awning window is like a hopper window but hinged from the top and opens outward, which results in an awning-like effect. Our findings show that they are often used in rooms where it is recommended to maintain ventilation when the window is open in all types of weather since this window provides excellent protection from outdoor elements as well as noise-reduction.

Drawing from our experience, awning windows are used where traditional uPVC windows may not be useful, such as over a sink, countertop, or in your building’s basement where a standard window may be too high off the ground. Everest allows you to use Awning Windows in combination with other types, such as fixed or casement windows, to provide a mix of ventilation and natural light.

Awning windows are considered to be one of the top windows with regard to energy efficiency. It performs better than traditional windows because they can be opened to allow for ventilation without letting in as much heat or cold as a traditional window would. Our windows are also very easy to operate, as they can be opened and closed using a single crank handle.

Awning Window Features

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Awning windows provide a beautiful, unobstructed view while providing a unique protective shield from the elements. After putting it to the test, our Patented Quad-Seal System®, along with the multi-point locking system and the multi-chambered design.

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    Simultaneously fusion-welded frame and sash for added strength and prevention of air infiltration

  • Stainless steel hinges on either side of the sash allow it to open 45° for increased air circulation, even on rainy days
  • Double point locking system for a tight seal and added security
  • Interior Heritage glazing system with a co-extruded flexible seal on the sash eliminates leaks
  • Dedicated secondary backup seal
  • Drainage channels are hidden in front of the exterior sash
  • Super Spacer with a dual seal for optimum efficiency
  • Quad (4) white co-extruded weather-strip sealing system
  • Separated multi-chambered design adds insulation, strength, and drainage and reduces condensation

Standard Glass: DOUBLE INSULATED GLASS Overall Thickness 7/8″
Optional Glass: TRIPLE INSULATED GLASS Overall Thickness 1 3/8″

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Our windows typically have the following parts in them:

  1. Frame: The frame is the outer structure that holds the window in place and provides support for the window sash.
  2. Sash: The sash is the movable part of the window that holds the glass. On an awning window, the sash is hinged at the top and opens outward.
  3. Glass: The glass is the transparent part of the window that allows light to pass through. Awning windows can be made with a single pane of glass or with multiple panes of glass separated by a spacer.
  4. Hardware: The hardware includes the hinges, handle, and other mechanical components that allow the window to be opened and closed.
  5. Weatherstripping: Weatherstripping is a sealing material that is used to reduce the amount of air that passes through the gaps around the window.
  6. Gasket: A gasket is a flexible seal that is used to help prevent water from entering the window frame.
  7. Locking mechanism: The locking mechanism is used to secure the window in place when it is closed. This can include a latch or a lock that can be activated from the inside or outside of the window.

Frequently Asked Questions for Awning Windows

Here we will try an answer the most common questions we received regarding Awning windows from our clients in Greater Toronto. Everest is open for any new questions you might have, don’t hesitate to contact us for a free consultation.

What are the Benefits of an Awning Window?

Awning windows provide excellent ventilation and can be opened even in light rain. They are also useful for controlling the amount of light that enters a room because they can be opened to allow more light in or closed to block out light. Furthermore, because they create a tighter seal when closed, awning windows are often more energy-efficient than other types of windows.

What are the Different Types of Awning Windows?

Awning windows offer excellent ventilation and can be opened even when it is raining lightly. They can also be opened to allow more light in or closed to block out light, making them useful for controlling the amount of light that enters a room. Awning windows are often more energy-efficient than other types of windows because they create a tighter seal when closed.

Are Awning Windows Easy to Install?

Because awning windows are typically much lighter than other types of windows, they are relatively simple to install. However, it is critical to ensure that the window is properly sealed and secured to ensure that it is both energy-efficient and secure. Having a professional window installer is still a much better choice.

What Materials are Used to Make Awning Windows?

Awning windows are typically constructed of wood, aluminum, or vinyl. Wood is a popular choice due to its classic appearance, but it requires regular maintenance to stay in good condition. Aluminum is a long-lasting and low-maintenance material, whereas vinyl is lightweight and inexpensive.

Energy-Efficient Awning Windows in Toronto

Energy Star Windows Toronto Brampton Hamilton Newmarket MississaugaIn Greater Toronto, professionally installed, energy-efficient windows are more of a necessity than a luxury, and if your home has older model windows, there are bound to leak that is costing you money in energy bills. Through our trial and error, we discovered that heat-resistant awning windows are an excellent choice for creating a thermal envelope that helps to block out radiant heat and contain cool, treated air. In fact, windows are frequently the most important factor in ensuring that your home is as energy efficient as possible.

Whether you want to create a modern look or simply want basement windows to let in some fresh air and blend in with your home, Everest Windows and Doors is here to provide you with the quality awning windows in Toronto that you need while staying within your budget.

Our awning windows are available in a variety of sizes and shapes to meet your design requirements. 100% virgin PVC powder compound, designed to accommodate IG units ranging in thickness from 7/8″ to 1-3/8″, and reinforced galvanized steel. Everest Windows and Doors is not only Energy Star certified, but all of its products are also tested in accordance with AAMA, WDMA, and CSA standards.

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Awning Window Installation

We offer our expert installation service in Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Barrie, Newmarket, Kitchener, Hamilton, and surrounding areas. Our experienced window installers will insure optimal insulation, attention to detail, and proper installation to maximize cost savings on energy and ensure an aesthetically pleasing facade. Everest provides smooth, stress-free, and high-quality services from start to finish. Our professionals will come to your home for a free design consultation to discuss your needs and goals. Working within your budget, we’ll assist you in creating the windows you’ve always desired that are perfectly suited to your home.

Our team of professional window and door installers is experienced and certified. Our values are ingrained in our employees and we believe in honesty, fairness, and cleanliness. Everest Windows will leave the installation site clean and tidy, your windows perfectly fitted, installed, and insulated and your peace of mind maintained with post-installation customer support. Choose Everest for all your windows and door needs. Contact us today.