Awning Windows

Awning windows hinge from the top and open outward. They provide an ideal ventilation solution regardless of the weather outside. With a range of winding hardware options available, awnings can be screened to prevent insects entering your home. Seals are fitted on all awning windows to prevent draught and help with noise reduction.

Why Choose Awning Windows for Your Home?

Choosing the right window for your home is important, as it needs to suit your space, match your other fittings and overall, match your lifestyle! At Windoor, we love awning windows for their versatility, security options and stylish look.


Awning windows can be used as a standalone window in a small space, be grouped together to improve airflow, or be used in conjunction with other window types to suit your homes individual needs.

As they are opened out from the bottom, awning windows can be installed in a variety of settings, from above lounges and kitchen benches to high on the walls of toilets and bathrooms.


As awning windows hinge from the top and open outward, they provide an ideal ventilation solution regardless of the weather outside.

The awning effect of the windows provides protection during inclement weather, ensuring no rain can creep in while you still enjoy home ventilation and natural light.

High awning window placement also allows you to capture more natural light while maximising wall space.

Privacy & Security

With their ability to be placed up high on walls and be used with opaque glass, awning windows offer up an excellent privacy option for areas such as bathrooms and even bedrooms.

Fly screens can be added to the inside of your window and will stay in place even when the window is open, allowing you to enjoy a fresh breeze without your neighbourhoods insect population making themselves at home.

When awning windows are closed, they also provide great external noise reduction thanks to their energy efficient window seals.