Awning Window Replacement

Hinged at the top with an outward open, the awning window’s best-in-class glass and reinforced frame provides the greatest security and energy efficiency. They are often placed below or above other windows, or above doors for better light and ventilation.

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Features and Benefits

Our philosophy is to provide residents of London, Ontario with the best quality, value and pricing for their home. Every project is different, so from conception to completion, we will work with you to make your unique vision come to life.

Energy Efficient Options

The crank handle allows them to close more tightly and securely than any other style.

Heavy-Duty Weather Stripping

Compressible, dual-layer bulb weather stripping seals out water, dust and wind.

Side-to-Side Sash Ventilation

Often wider than they are tall, its entire sash opens to provide side-to-side ventilation.

Multi-Point Locking System

Available with multi-point locks, with a stainless steel tie bar for more security.

Multiple Interior Options

Depending on your preferred series, it comes in multiple different colours.

Specialized Overlap Screens

Spring-loaded screens add an extra layer of protection against debris and bugs.

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Browse our available styles and brands by downloading any of our brochures.

>    Fallsview Window Brochure (PDF, 1.4MB)

>    Lakeview Window Brochure (PDF, 3.4MB)

>    Timberview Window Brochure (PDF, 1.4MB)

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Browse Other Styles

Choose from our catalogue of awning, casement, double hung, custom windows, and many more. We take pride in delivering quality windows with superior installation for your home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Casement and awning windows are both hinged windows that swing outward, but they differ in their orientation and operation. Casement windows are hinged on the side and open outward like a door, offering unobstructed views and excellent ventilation. On the other hand, awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward from the bottom, creating an awning-like effect that allows for ventilation even during light rain. While casement windows are ideal for maximizing airflow and capturing breezes, awning windows are suitable for areas where ventilation is needed while maintaining privacy and protection from the elements.

Awning windows are versatile and can be suitable for various areas of the house, but they are particularly well-suited for specific rooms and applications. Due to their unique hinge mechanism, awning windows are ideal for areas where privacy, ventilation, and protection from rain are priorities. They are commonly installed in bathrooms, kitchens, and basements, where airflow is essential but privacy needs to be maintained. Additionally, awning windows are suitable for high-up or hard-to-reach areas, such as above countertops or in stairwells, where their bottom-hinged operation makes them easy to open and close.

Several warning signs indicate that it’s time to replace your windows, including visible damage such as cracks, rot, or warping, difficulty opening or closing windows, drafts or air leaks around windows, increased outside noise, condensation between window panes, and rising energy bills. If you notice any of these signs, it’s essential to schedule a professional inspection to assess the condition of your windows and determine if replacement is necessary. Prompt window replacement can improve energy efficiency, indoor comfort, and home security while enhancing curb appeal and property value.

Various window styles offer different aesthetics, functionalities, and benefits, making it important to choose the right one for your home. Common window styles include double-hung, casement, awning, sliding, and picture windows, each with its unique features and applications. Double-hung windows feature two operable sashes that slide vertically, offering versatile ventilation and traditional charm. Casement windows are hinged on the side and open outward, providing excellent airflow and unobstructed views. Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward from the bottom, ideal for ventilation and rain protection. Sliding windows glide horizontally, making them suitable for tight spaces and modern aesthetics, while picture windows offer expansive views and abundant natural light. Consider factors such as architectural style, room function, ventilation needs, and personal preferences when choosing the best window style for your home.

Several factors influence the cost of window replacements, including the number of windows being replaced, window size, frame material, glass type, additional features, installation complexity, and labor costs. To get the best deal on window replacements, it’s essential to research different window brands, materials, and installation companies, obtain multiple quotes, and compare prices, warranties, and customer reviews. Additionally, consider energy efficiency ratings and potential long-term savings on energy bills when evaluating the overall value of window replacements. Negotiating with contractors and taking advantage of promotions or discounts can also help lower costs and ensure a budget-friendly window replacement project.

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