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Awning Windows

Every good building needs a solid foundation with reliable components assembled with quality in mind. That's exactly how we build our energy efficient casement and awning windows: super strong and durable vinyl, heavy double-strength glass and the industry's highest quality hardware.

Our aesthetically pleasing sash profiles, vast array of options and nearly endless sizes will create the perfect combination for your light commercial building, multi-family project or personal home.

Timeline awnings can also be mulled above or below a studio window or utilized as a standalone element. Because they are hinged at the top, awnings provide secure ventilation and shed water during a light rain.

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Timeline offers a vast array of options and accessories to make every product an opportunity to fit your signature style.

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Traditional Awning Windows

As part of Timeline casement family, traditional crank-out awning windows look great and perform efficiently year-after-year. Awnings match casement/studio profiles, are stackable and can be mulled above (as a transom) or below in multiple combinations.

Awning characteristics allow venting from the bottom and will shed light rain. Sash locks, located on the side jambs, pull sash tight to the frame weatherstripping and make traditional awning units very secure against turbulent weather.




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  1. 3-1/4" frame depth with multiple thermal/
    strengthening chambers.
  2. .065 thick vinyl extrusion.
  3. Stylish interior glazing bead.
  4. New Feature 1-3/8" double-strength triple pane glass. (3/4" dual
    pane glass standard).
  5. New Feature 3 points of weatherstripping contact.
  6. Interior and exterior accessory channel.
  7. 1-3/8" pre-punched integral nailing fin.
  8. New Feature Pleasing designer sash.
  9. Sloped putty-glazed sash profile.
  10. Thermal fusion welded frame and sash corners.