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Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward. Usually wider than they are tall, their entire sash opens to provide full side-to-side ventilation, allowing them to catch breezes from any direction. They are often used above, below or alongside stationary windows to provide ventilation because, when open, their sash can function like a roof, providing a measure of shelter from light rain.
Andersen 100 Series awning windows are made with our patented, revolutionary Fibrex® composite material to give you a window that is durable, environmentally responsible, energy efficient, and available in deep, rich colors.
Outstanding overall thermal performance for climates where both heating and cooling costs are a concern.
Superior solar control glass that offers high visibility.
Basic thermal performance for moderate climates. See your local building code requirements.
Stronger than Low-E glass. Available for 100 Series windows.
Window grilles offer an extra design touch to enhance any architectural style or express the taste of any homeowner. They have an elegant, sculpted profile, plus they offer a two-sided color scheme, allowing you to have grilles that match not only the white interior but also your exterior color choice.
A sample of our patterns for casement windows is shown below. Many more are available. Patterns for other windows or patio doors may differ, depending on product type and size. For details, see your Andersen dealer.
Customize the look of your windows and doors with grilles from Andersen.
Insect screens for windows and patio doors have a fiberglass screen cloth. Optional TruScene® insect screens for windows are made with a micro-fine stainless steel mesh, providing 50% more clarity than our conventional insect screens.
Durable Andersen® 100 Series products come with factory-finished interiors and exteriors that never need painting and won’t flake, rust, blister, peel, pit or corrode.
Control your heating and cooling costs by choosing the best type of glass for your climate and performance needs.