Awning Windows

Example of Viwinco awning windows in living room.

What are Awning Windows?

Awning Windows function similar to casement windows, however, they are hinged at the top and open outwards. Awnings provide a lot of ventilation, even during rainy days. These are commonly used above or below picture windows or stacked on top of each other. Their small size gives you greater versatility in your window placement. Awning and casements can be used together to create a window wall—a wise option to add character to your home and maximize your views.

Awning Window Features

Awning windows are available on Cambridge, S-Series and OceanView product lines; some characteristics may differ. Refer to brand pages for style specifics.

  • 15/16″ High-performance insulated glass unit with argon gas fill and a thermally efficient spacer
  • Stainless-steel hardware
  • Multipoint lock for added security and snug sash closure
  • A folding handle design that tucks away for a clean, streamlined look
  • Hardware attachment points that are reinforced for a lifetime of operation
  • Triple weatherstripping for a tight seal against wind, water, sound and airborne debris as well as top thermal performance
  • Aluminum reinforcement in sash and frame for added structural integrity
  • Fully fusion-welded vinyl frame and sash for enhanced strength, durability and low maintenance
Drawing of Viwinco awning window with top-hinge.

Awning
Hinged at Top

Viwinco awning window with transom that is hinged at the top drawing.

Transom over Awning

Drawing of Viwinco transom over triple awning window.

Transom
over Triple Awning

Drawing of Viwinco vertical awning window with four units.

Vertical Awning
Window Wall 4-Unit

Trapezoid window over twin picture or awning Viwinco windows drawing.

Mulled Combination
Trapezoids over Twin Picture
or Awning Window