Awning windows, or Project Out windows, are top hinged windows that open outward. Because of their angle, they can remain open to keep rooms ventilated even when it’s raining. These windows are perfect for bathrooms, but are suitable for nearly any room in your home, making them versatile and functional.
Your windows could be doing a lot more for you. Older windows can be inefficient, as they tend to leak air and do a poor job of protecting the interior of your home from the intense South Florida sun. They can also be a weak spot in your home’s defenses against the winds and debris of a hurricane. Non-hurricane-rated products are not designed to withstand such extreme conditions. Moreover, they are not always very secure or even very attractive. Our team in Jupiter has hurricane proof windows that will change the way you view storm windows. Not only do we supply hurricane proof windows to the Jupiter area but we sell custom new windows too.
Replacement windows from Window Replacement Group are an upgrade in every respect:
Different types of windows can be important for both functional and aesthetic reasons. Our Jupiter team offers several different types of replacement windows, each of which is available in a range of sizes. You can also choose from vinyl, aluminum, and wood-clad construction. Frames and glass also come in a variety of colors, depending upon the particular product line. Contact our Jupiter team for custom new windows or replacement windows today!
Impact awning/project-out windows are windows that are fitted with impact glass that open outward from the bottom, are hinged at the top, and provide maximum ventilation while also offering protection from rain entering the home.
Impact awning/project-out windows vary in cost depending on the size, configuration, and number of window fixtures required. Contact us for a quote on impact awning windows for your home.
Impact awning/project-out windows are most often seen in rooms that need extra ventilation. They’re often positioned higher up than other types of windows. Their position and the amount of ventilation they offer make them ideal for use in kitchens or bathrooms.
Impact awning windows provide more energy efficiency than similar windows such as sliding windows. Because they only have one point of movement, they can lock in place for a tight seal that prevents outside air from creeping in and climate-controlled air from leaking out.
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