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Awning Windows vs. Casement Windows/Topsfield Landscape Show

What is the difference between an awning window and a casement window?

Pretty Simple. An Awning window opens from the bottom up, while a casement window opens up from one side by a crank. Both of these vinyl windows are amongst the most energy efficient windows you can get because it is much easier to weather strip window that doesn’t need to move up and down. Both of the windows featured in this article are made by Sunrise Windows in Michigan, A&A is a licensed installer. To the right is an example of Sunrise awning windows installed. Awning and casement windows often draw the attention of the person inside the home outdoors, enticing your guests and your family to enjoy the outside of your home just as much as the inside. How do these windows achieve this? they have a larger viewing area than a typical window, the pane of glass is not split anywhere in the frame. With the right type of Low-e Glass, these windows provide an invisible barrier to the harshest elements, yet also open up to the outdoors in nice times of year. A&A installs both awning and casement windows in a variety of applications. Below is a picture of a Sunrise casement window.

What is the difference between an awning window and a casement window?

Pretty Simple. An Awning window opens from the bottom up, while a casement window opens up from one side by a crank. Both of these vinyl windows are amongst the most energy efficient windows you can get because it is much easier to weather strip window that doesn’t need to move up and down. Both of the windows featured in this article are made by Sunrise Windows in Michigan, A&A is a licensed installer. To the right is an example of Sunrise awning windows installed. Awning and casement windows often draw the attention of the person inside the home outdoors, enticing your guests and your family to enjoy the outside of your home just as much as the inside. How do these windows achieve this? they have a larger viewing area than a typical window, the pane of glass is not split anywhere in the frame. With the right type of Low-e Glass, these windows provide an invisible barrier to the harshest elements, yet also open up to the outdoors in nice times of year. A&A installs both awning and casement windows in a variety of applications. Below is a picture of a Sunrise casement window.

Speaking of the outdoors…Topsfield Landscape Show

A&A Services will be at the  Topsfield Landscape Show (North Shore Home and Landscape Show) on April 21 and 22, 2012. We will be giving out interesting ideas as to how to involve elements of your home with the outdoors, as well as tips on green homes. If you look back at our Garden Window blog for example, you can see the types of applications we have to bring the outdoors inside using Sunrise Windows.


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