Awning Windows

An awning window is designed so the bottom of the sash will swing outward from the home when opened. Hoppers, on the other hand, are designed so that the top of the sash will swing inward from the wall when opened.

Awning windows were used before the invention of air conditioning. Because an awning window allows fresh air to flow into a home while keeping light rain out it was a perfect solution.

Hopper windows remain popular today for small spaces such as basement rooms and small bathrooms. Because a hopper window opens completely, unlike a slider or double-hung that only opens half-way, it is able to allow more air ventilation.

Window Plus Awning and Hopper Windows Offer Full Customization

With Window Plus you can select specific options for your hopper and awning windows to match all the other window styles in your home.