An awning window has a single sash that opens outward on a horizontal axis. Awning windows are very similar in hardware and construction to casement windows in that they open outwardly with the use of a crank or a lever. The primary difference between awning windows and casement windows is that awning windows open horizontally while casement windows open vertically. The ideal location for awning windows is any hard to reach place such as over a kitchen sink or a window that is placed higher on the wall.
All of our windows are custom built, all jams and sashes are welded, plus our products purchased with the Low E/Argon Glass Package meet Energy Star Guidelines. Energy Star® is the government-backed symbol for energy efficiency, providing simple, credible, and unbiased information that consumers and businesses rely on to make well-informed decisions about energy efficiency. So, when purchasing windows from Window Source of Springfield you can be certain that you are making the choice that will not only beautify your home, but will be friendly on your wallet and the environment.