Request Free Estimate
Awning windows bring fresh air and natural light into your D.C. home for a brighter, open living space.
Hinged at the top and opening outward, Window World of D.C. Awning Windows let plenty of natural light and fresh breezes into your home. Their appeal:
Awning window colors to meet your specific taste.
*Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.
Energy-efficient windows don’t require as much energy to heat your space when compared to traditional products. This helps your HVAC system run more efficiently, extending its lifespan and increasing cost savings on your energy bills.
Awning windows are smaller than typical windows, with hinges at the top to open upwards. These windows are often stacked with casement windows to expand your space even more, adding natural light and fresh air inside. Awning windows’ easy-open design makes them both functional and beautiful.
Window World Awning Windows are easy to open using our state-of-the-art Truth Maxim® hardware and a low-profile, single-handle positive locking system. The windows will lift upward and tilt outward to provide added airflow.
Yes. Window World of D.C.’s Awning Windows designed with energy efficiency in mind. They are made using the ClimaTech® insulated glass package featuring PPG’s Low-E glass and Intercept™ warm edge spacer system, for enhanced insulating performance. The result is an ENERGY STAR-certified window that will improve your energy-savings.
Rest assured that our virgin vinyl mainframe and sashes are strong so they’ll never chip, peel, crack or warp. Plus, their color is formulated so their beautiful finish will last. While our windows are backed by our years of leadership and excellence in the remodeling industry, we also provide our lifetime limited warranty.
To keep your awning window sparkling clean and functional, follow the steps below:
Awning windows from Window World of Washington D.C. can be locked in place once the window is fully closed.
Awning windows are highly versatile. They can be used in bathrooms, sunrooms, basements and more, either as accent pieces or as standalone window units.
Awning windows have an optional screen which rests on the interior side of the window.