Have a question? Call us: 1-877-644-9366   Visit our Blog 

 

free shipping

window awning

A window awing consists of several top-hinged sections arranged in a vertical series, operated by by one or more control devices that swing the bottom edges of the sections outward, and designed especially to admit air while excluding rain. Awnings require ventilation to keep hot air from becoming trapped around the window. Grommets (eyelets) or other openings along the tops and sides of an awning can provide ventilation. The awning may also open to the sides or top to vent hot air. You can roll up adjustable or retractable awnings in the winter to let the sun warm the house.