Casement and Awning Windows

If you need windows that are easy to operate and also let in as much fresh air as possible when you open them up, then casement and awning windows may be a good option for you.

Casement and awning windows are similar to each other in that they are designed the same way — they are windows that are attached to their frames by hinges, allowing you to push them open with ease. The main difference is that casement windows are attached to the sides of their frames (so that they open up from the side), while awning windows are attached to the tops of their frames (so that they open up from the bottom).

Casement windows do tend to be larger, while awning windows are typically smaller. Awning windows are often used as a way to bring in sunlight and fresh air while still retaining privacy, although many homeowners choose to install them above other windows as well. For example, you can complement your casement windows by installing awning windows right above them.

Our Armorvue Casement and Awning Windows

We offer both casement and awning windows as part of our Gold Series and Platinum Series lines of windows.

If you’re in need of replacement casement or awning windows, then you can’t go wrong with the casement and awning windows that we offer as part of our Platinum Series or Gold Series line of windows. For more information about either, contact us at Armorvue today.