awning window

awning window

[′ȯn·iŋ ‚win·dō]
(building construction)
A window consisting of a series of vertically arranged, top-hinged rectangular sections; designed to admit air while excluding rain.

awning window

A window consisting of a number of top-hinged horizontal sashes one above the other, the bottom edges of which swing outward; operated by one control device.
See also: Window

awning window

awning window
A window consisting of a number of top-hinged horizontal sashes one above the other, the bottom edges of which swing outward; operated by one control device.
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The double-hung window with a lower sill was swapped out for an awning window, which is cleaner and simpler to operate and also situated much higher in the wall for privacy.
Garbin said the thieves were able to enter through the awning window in their comfort room on the second floor.
* AWNING The awning window is similar to a casement window, but hinged to open at the bottom.
Also, consider if certain window types, such as double-hung windows, casement windows, awning windows, or slider windows, would be practical.
Tenders are invited for Removal of existing through wall a/c units and replacement with vinyl awning windows.
Low draft awning windows with low emissivity glass were used to help maintain interior temperature and reduce street noise.
Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward, while hopper-style windows are hinged at the bottom and open inward.
I've come home to a handful of bees dead beneath my bedroom windows-- awning windows I keep open all summer-- this, the summer I've been reading a poet of the heart, celled in hush like honey bees sleeping , poems filled with the long clean line of bee-sound , my poet giving his home over to bees, calling the floorboards, back bedroom theirs , the bees for years secreted in the ceiling between sealed rafters, plaster and roof boards.
There are cavity dampers that open during this mode to allow outside air into the bottom of the interstitial space with awning windows at the top to allow the stack effect heat to escape by natural convection.
Three panes of 4x8 polycarbonate slope up from a 2' knee wall, with awning windows, to a shed style insulated roof.
Awning windows (or skylights) can be motorized for remote operation with a wall switch.
Awning windows: These top-hinged windows make lousy egress windows.