Awning Replacement Windows
Awning replacement windows are hinged at the top and open outward, allowing for ample ventilation. Awning windows are often used with different window styles and are easy to open and close. Awning windows and casement window installations are one of the few types that have hinges and swing open rather than sliding. They can be used even during a light rain and are considered weatherproof.
How Much Do Awning Windows Cost?
Like most new home windows, a total window replacement cost will vary depending on many specifics of your particular project, but on average you can expect replacement awning window prices from $325 to $895 per window. You should expect to pay $38 per hour for labor and installation. Awning windows are relatively less expensive than other window types since they are smaller in size usually. See average prices of different brands or get an exact local cost quote below.
Awning Window Prices by Brand
Depending on if you are looking for fiberglass, wooden, aluminum, or vinyl awning windows your prices will vary. It will also depend how large of an awning window you are looking to install. One example of a cheap awning window price come from the Simonton Prism window series which offers awning windows for as little as around $200 per window. We’ve compiled a list of awning window prices by brand to give you an idea of what you might expect to pay in your area for awning windows. See the chart below:
|Awning Window & Brands||Price per window||Installation Costs|
|Andersen Awning Window 400 Series||$435||$550|
|Pella 450 Proline Awning Window||$288||$368|
|Milgard Vinyl Awning Window||$276||$376|
|Simonton Prism Awning Window||$200||$325|
Awning Window Sizes
Awning standard home window sizes can vary depending on the look you are going for with your new awning windows. A standard size awning window would have a width from 2 ft to 3 ft 10 in. and a height from 1 ft 8in. to 7ft 8 in high.
How to Clean Awning Windows
Awning windows will be hit by rain, roof runoff, and other types of moisture more often than traditional windows. The window will also catch dirt, grime and dust because it is creating a horizontal surface for things to land on. This means that you’ll have to clean the windows more regularly than you would with traditional windows. This might not be a major concern of yours, but consider how hard the window is going to be to reach and how much of a hassle it will be to clean on a regular basis. If you are more of a low maintenance homeowner, awning windows might not be the best choice.