Impact Awning Replacement Windows
Maximize Ventilation & Natural Light in Your Home
Impact awning windows are similar to impact casement windows in that both designs use a crank to open and close. They are also hinged and open outward, but they differ in where they’re hinged. Casement windows are hinged on either the left or the right, while awning windows have a hinge at the top.
Awnings don’t have as many lite configurations as casement windows. Casement windows typically have between one and five lite configurations. Awning windows are only available with one to three configurations.
Why Impact Awning Windows Could Work for You
Since impact awning windows are hinged at the top and swing outward, you can open up the window when it’s raining, allowing you to enjoy fresh air even during a storm. Plus, they typically have screens to keep leaves and debris outside.
While impact-resistant awning windows can be used anywhere, they’re often placed in the basement since they crank outwards. You can also place awnings high in a wall, such as over the kitchen sink or even in the bathroom. They can be paired with other windows, especially non-operable ones like picture windows.
If you’re unsure which impact-resistant windows to get, the professionals at Prestige Windows & Doors can help. We have decades of experience in the industry and can direct you to the best solution for your individual needs. We’re happy to assist you with all your replacement window needs.
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Prestige Windows & Doors has been serving South Florida residents for over 20 years. We have the best impact replacement windows in the industry, and our large selection and volume of products allow us to offer the best prices in South Florida. We also offer 100% financing on impact windows. Schedule a free estimate today. Contact us now at (305) 820-5999, or you can fill out our online form to get started.