A window that opens out from the bottom for ventilation
A window that is hinged at the top of the sash and cranks outward toward the exterior of the building.
An awning window has a screen on the inside and a gear or lever that pushes the bottom of the sash out while the top of the sash moves down a track toward the center of the opening. This type of window usually has a width that is greater than its height. Bay Window
One or more sash hinged or pivoted at the top; swings out for ventilation.
A window hinged along the top edge.
An out-swinging window hinged at the top.
Hinged on the top to open outwards.
This style of window is hinged at the top and swings out a few inches from the bottom. Closely related to a Hopper Window and a Casement Window.
a versatile window
A window with sashes that open out horizontally.
Hinged at the top, this window has a single sash that swings outward from the bottom.
This window has wide, horizontal sashes that angle outward when open. These windows can usually remain open during rainy weather. Bay/Bow Window
Type of window that opens out from the bottom.
Tilts out with the opening in the bottom. Found on the sides of greenhouses, it allows in fresh air while keeping out rain.
A projecting window, hinged at the top, that opens up and out like an awning.
Similar to a casement except the sash is hinged at the top and always projects out.
A window that pivots on an axis or near the top edge of the sash and projects toward the outdoor.
A window unit hinged at the top, with the bottom of the sash opening away from the inside of the house.
Top-hinged sash. See Jal-Awning window.
Hinged window that opens by swinging out and upwards. Hinges are on the top. This is not a good choice for an egress window style as it cannot be fully opened easily for an emergency exit.
A window unit in which the bottom of the sash swings outward.
A window with wide horizontal sashes that open outward to any angle.Axed: A stone surface struck with a bush hammer or axe. Once axed is rough fine axed is smooth.Axminster
A window with a single framed-glass panel. It is hinged at the top to swing out when it is open.
A window with hinges at the top allowing it to open out and up.
similar to a casement window, but the window opens at the bottom by turning a hand-held crank.
A type of window that is hinged at the top and the bottom panel, or sash, swings outward.
A window that is hinged at the top and swings outward for ventilation.
A top-hinged window that swings outward for ventilation.
A frame containing one or more sash, each of which is installed in a vertical plane and is hinged to permit the bottom of the sash to open outward.
A window in which the vent or vents pivot outward about the top edge giving the awning effect.
A window with a sash that is hinged at the top and opens from the bottom.
An operating style of window that use a sash hinged on the sides that swings open at the bottom towards the exterior. Awning operators are especially suited for rooms that require a venting unit, even during rain or snow, like washrooms and kitchens. Bay Window : A bay window is made up of three or more windows. The side or flanker units project out from the building in 45, 60 or 90 degree angles. The center is parallel with building wall and is made up of one or more windows. All the units can be stationary, operating, or any combination thereof. Brickmould : Outside casing around window to cover jambs and through which nails are driven to install the window. Bow Window : Bow windows are a style of window assembly consisting of four or more window units attached at small angles (11 degrees â€“ 15 degrees) to each other. Bow windows give an impression of a curve and are ideal for increasing a living or dining rooms dimensions. Box Frame : Complete window less casing and subsill or nailing fin. Also known as an "insert". Indicates that the window is a casement operator (hinged on the left or right side). See Casement Window.