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Independant Overhead Door
(419) 823-9563
24419 W. 3rd St.
Grand Rapids, OH
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garage door supplier, garage doors, garage door repair, garage door replacement, overhead door
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Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Sat 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

JCPenney Custom Decorating
(800) 510-2298
3100 MAIN ST STE 1000
MAUMEE, OH

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Cincy Glass Inc.
(513) 241-0455
212 West Fifteenth Street
Cincinnati, OH

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National Window Cleaning Co. Inc.
(513) 244-5771
2458 River Road
Cincinnati, OH

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Gilkey Window Co. Inc.
(513) 769-4527
3625 Hauck Road
Cincinnati, OH

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Bellagio Window Fashions
(419) 381-2700
427 W. Dussel Drive, #245
Maumee, OH
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Pella® Windows: Toledo Area. Call for appt.
(877) 890-7207
6546 Weatherfield Unit C, Ste 1
Maumee, OH

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Windows Plus Ltd.
(513) 272-2222
3619 Church Street
Cincinnati, OH

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Allied Window Inc.
(800) 445-5411
11111 Canal Road
Cincinnati, OH

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Middletown Window Cleaning & Janitorial Service
(513) 423-6351
11 East Sixth Street
Middletown, OH

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Quick Facts: Awning Windows

Say the word “awning” and most people picture a canvas covering jutting out from a store exterior. But an awning is also a type of horizontal casement window that swings outward, just like that canvas store awning.

You open an awning window from the inside of your house or apartment using a top hinge instead of a side hinge like regular casement windows. They let cool air in and keep moisture out, repelling rain while giving you a romantic close-up of raindrops. They leak less than other window types, and ventilate better, too. Place awning windows high on wall space to let sunlight in and keep fresh air circulating. This placement allows more room for art, bookshelves and cabinets, unlike mid-level windows, which can “cut” the room in half and hinder some interior decorating plans.

There are several types of awning windows, differing in price, durability and appearance.
Sturdy aluminum awning frames are utilized in loft style apartments and modern buildings Wood frames sport a rustic, classic look and work well when restoring older homes. Wood, though, warps over time and will needs to be replaced occasionally. Vinyl frames last a long time, but they won’t snag your abode a House Beautiful pictorial-- they are more function than form. Only a few manufacturers produce expensive steel awning frames.
 
These sturdy, low-maintenance windows give urban lofts and townhouses an industrial look. Depending on material and window width, ...

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