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Grand Rapids Awning Windows

Improve Your Home’s Energy Efficiency and Natural Light With Awning Windows

The biggest city in Western Michigan, Grand Rapids, is brimming with culture and beauty. One of the many things you can do in this vibrant city is enjoy its beautiful architecture. Along with various public buildings and museums, Grand Rapids has some beautiful houses. Explore Forest Hills, Ada, Grand Rapids Township, East Grand Rapids, and Heritage Hill, and you’ll find homes in a range of architectural styles – from Ranch to Colonial to Craftsman, and more. 

If you’re building a new home in Grand Rapids, adding to your current home, or simply want to replace your home’s windows, consider awning windows. These windows are hinged at the top and swing outward from the bottom, and because of this, they offer great airflow – making it easy for you to enjoy Grand Rapids’ beautiful summers and autumns. 

Commonly known as: top hung windows, crank-out windows, retractable windows and top-hinged windows.

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Windows can be customized to be even more beautiful and functional. Grilles are a great way to add visual interest and enjoy the benefits of your awning windows. Choose from a range of grille patterns to accentuate your window’s style and add a screen to let the fresh air in while keeping pests and debris out.

Grilles

  • 14-Lite Prairie
  • Cross
  • Custom
  • New England
  • Prairie
  • Top Row
  • Victorian
  • Traditional

Screens

  • InView Screen
  • Conventional Fiberglass Screen

*Not all customizations are available in all Pella product lines.

Grand Rapids Climate Recommendations


Grand Rapids is known for its cold, snowy winters and mild, warm summers. With such cold winters, energy efficiency is all the more important. At Pella, we offer a range of features that can help your awning windows endure Western Michigan’s climate while keeping you and your loved ones comfortable – and your energy bill down.

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Fiberglass Windows

For reliable insulation and superior protection from drafts and leaks, choose fiberglass windows.

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Durable Materials

Frequent storms during the winter bring bitter cold and frozen precipitation. Wood windows with exterior aluminum cladding are ideal for withstanding the elements.

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Insulating Glass

Pella utilizes Low-E insulating glass with argon to help keep your home insulated during chilly winters and moderate summers.

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Frequently Asked Questions


  •   What general maintenance is required for my Pella windows and patio doors?
    • Pella recommends you inspect your windows and patio doors at least annually as part of a home checkup. Maintenance can prolong the life of your Pella windows and doors and will help ensure maximum warranty coverage.

      As needed, clean, repaint or restain your windows and patio doors, and recaulk around them to help maintain optimal performance. Also, be sure to regularly check for leaks and improper drainage above or around vents and sprinkler systems that may subject your windows and patio doors to prolonged water exposure.

      Review the Maintenance section of the Pella Window and Patio Door Owner's Manual for additional details about how to properly maintain the interior and exterior of your Pella windows and patio doors.

  •   How do I take the screen off my casement or awning windows?
    • To remove the screen from your casement or awning window, follow the instructions for your particular style, as outlined in the Pella Windows and Patio Doors Operator's Manual.

      Architect Series®, Pella Impervia® Windows

      Removing the screen from the interior of the house/building requires two hands. Pivot the screen latch clips out of the grooves on the side of the window frame. While holding the screen latches securely, carefully bring the screen into the house/building.

      Installing the screen from the interior of the house/building also requires two hands. Make sure the screen handle and screen latch clips are facing the interior, and then position the screen in the window frame. Pivot the screen latch clips into the grooves on the sides of the window frame to hold the screen in place.

      Pella 350 Series, Pella 250 Series, Encompass by Pella®, ThermaStar by Pella®

      Removing the screen from the interior of the house/building requires two hands. To remove the screen, pull the plungers, tabs or locks located on the screen frame inward and out of the slots in the window frame. Grab the screen frame securely, then carefully bring the screen into the house/building.

      Installing the screen from the interior of the house/building also requires two hands. To install the flat screen, place the screen in the window opening. Pull the plunger inward while pushing the screen into the window. Then re-engage the plunger in the slots on the sides of the window

  •   How do I remove the hardware from my casement or awning windows?
    • To remove the lock lever from your casement or awning window:

      1. Open the window to its widest point.
      2. Place the lock lever down, in the locked position.
      3. Insert a flathead screwdriver into the exposed opening on the exterior of the window at the point where the lever and lock cam meet.
      4. Turn the screwdriver 1/4 turn to the right, pulling the lock lever out at the same time.
      5. To reinstall, simply snap the lever back into place.

      To remove the roto cover for the crank handle from your casement or awning window:

      1. Unfold the handle.
      2. Loosen the set screw with a flat-blade screwdriver. Make note of the position of the handle, and then remove the screw. You'll want to replace the handle in the same position after you reinstall the cover.
      3. Grasp the roto cover and pull it straight back. You'll feel some resistance as you are pulling.

      To replace the roto cover:

      1. Align the cover in the original position and push it back into the bracket.
      2. Reinstall the handle and tighten the set screw.

      For a video tutorial on how to remove hardware, visit the Pella Help Library.

  •   What makes Pella‚Äôs windows energy efficient?
    • Pella provides top energy-saving glass and exceeds the standards for energy efficiency. Learn more about how Pella creates advanced energy efficient windows.

  •   What are some popular product options for window replacement?
    • Popular styles include double-hung and casement windows along with sliding glass patio doors. Our local experts assist homeowners in exploring replacement options commonly recommended for windows, entry and patio doors in your area. We can help determine which product is best for each home and budget.

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