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Transform your home with Renewal by Andersen picture windows. They combine energy efficiency with a fixed frame design that can be ideal for hard-to-reach areas and complement other windows perfectly. On their own, picture windows aren’t operable but they can be paired with operable windows.

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Why Choose Awning Windows
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Windows feature a folding handle that nests neatly and doesn’t infer with your curtains or blinds.
Awning windows allow you to have fresh air even in the rain.
The Mortise-and-tenon frame provides a traditional hand-crafted look. Combine with other windows for a dramatic design.
Slimline locks offer enhanced security and a weather tight seal.
Awning windows are versatile because they pair well with other windows, especially large or non-operable picture windows.

One thing to keep in mind with awning windows is that they typically have a smaller opening compared to other types of windows, which can limit ventilation. However, the trade off is that you can open them even when it’s raining, so you’re not limited to when you can have airflow into your house like you are with other windows.


Renewal by Andersen sliding and gliding windows can be customized to fit any aesthetic.

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What is a picture window?

Picture windows are typically large inoperable windows made up of a single pane of glass within a fixed frame. They are designed to let in lots of light and provide a clear and unobstructed view of the outdoors.

What is the average cost for a picture window?

Typically picture windows range from $500 to $1500 per window, with around $700 being the national average. The cost of picture windows vary depending on the size, materials and level of customization.

Are picture windows more expensive?

Opting for a non-operable picture window can actually be more affordable than other common window styles, including double-hung and casement windows, due to the lack of movable parts. However, the cost of picture windows will vary depending on their size.

Are picture windows still popular?

Absolutely. Picture windows offer a beautiful unobstructed view and can be a dramatic focal point of a room making them a well-loved style of window in both modern and contemporary home designs.

What’s the difference between a casement window and a picture window?

The difference between casement windows and picture windows may be hard to spot because casement windows are hinged on one side to allow you to open them by swinging outward. Occasionally, they feature a recessed area to hide hardware. Picture windows offer that same unobstructed view but are stationary and do not open making this the major difference between the two window types.

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