Andersen Awning Windows
Andersen Awning Series
Awning windows are often combined with picture windows to allow air flow while still taking advantage of the view. When not paired with a larger window, they are often installed higher on walls for privacy. They come in a variety of styles to match the room.
An awning window’s sash swings outward from the bottom, allowing air flow while simultaneously creating an “awning” that allows for ventilation even in light rain. Used singly or paired with picture windows, awning windows offer an easy source of ventilation.
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Andersen Awning Windows Styles
400 Series Awning Windows
Made of wood protected by a vinyl exterior, the 400 Series Awning Window is Andersen’s best-selling awning window. It’s extremely durable and time- tested.
A Series Awning Windows
The A-Series awning windows are the brand’s best-performing awning window style. Each window is made of wood protected by fiberglass and Fibrex® composite material., designed for architectural authenticity.
E-Series Awning Windows
The E-Series awning windows are available with VeriLock® wireless security sensors, and are fully customizable with custom colors and interior woods and stains. Each window is wood protected by an aluminum exterior.
E-Series Push Out Awning Windows
The E-Series push out awning windows are available with VeriLock® wireless security sensors, and are fully customizable with custom colors and interior woods and stains. Each window is wood protected by an aluminum exterior, and the push-out hardware on these windows give them an old-world character.
100 Series Awning Windows
The 100 Series awning windows are made with Andersen’s sustainable Fibrex® composite material, which is twice as strong as vinyl. Clean corners give these windows a refined look, and overall, they are the brand’s most budget-friendly awning window.