HOPPER WINDOW options HOPPER WINDOWEnergy efficiency and vinyl construction are key factors in providing outstanding performance. Picture Windows Hopper WINDOW OPTIONS Awning Windows Key features Low Maintenance Opting for vinyl windows provides a low-maintenance solution for residential applications Superior Weatherability SunShield® vinyl is uniquely engineered to endure weather, UV, and sun exposure. Color Retention Quality systems assure consistent color and weather resistance in pharmaceutical compounds. Designed to Perform Partnerships and research drive this window material to surpass standards and excel in technology. glass-window Glass options Choose from Clear glass, art glass, decorative glass, tinted glass, tempered, obscured and ACG comfortec 28. Quality assurance. SunShield® vinyl surpasses AAMA standards for strength and color retention. Lifetime warranty. Warranty covers chipping, cracking, peeling, pitting, blistering for lifetime, transferable once. Window Grids Various grid styles: colonial, cottage, Prairie; flat, contoured, divided lites, V-groove. Exterior colors We offer a diverse selection of 130 custom exterior colors to match your unique preferences. Picture Windows Window Colors Prize Windows offers a stunning range of window colors, from timeless neutrals to bold contemporary shades. Your windows will enhance your home's curb appeal while reflecting your unique style and personality. Paint Options Cafe Cream Chateau Clay Coal Black Enzian Blue Forest Green Geneva Blue Mountain Berry Nightfall Paint Sandpiper Beige Sandstone Snow Mist Sterling Gray Hopper Windows Hopper windows are a type of window that bears a close resemblance to awning windows. One of the defining features of hopper windows is that they are equipped with hinges on either the top or the bottom, allowing them to be opened inward. When opened, these windows can provide varying degrees of ventilation, and can be adjusted to a range of angles -- anywhere from 45 degrees to a full 90-degree opening. It is also worth noting that hopper windows are often installed in basements and in areas near the top of walls where the ceiling meets the wall. This type of window can be particularly beneficial in basement spaces where natural light and fresh air may be limited, as they can help to improve air circulation and bring in more sunlight. However, it is important to keep in mind that fully opening hopper windows may pose some safety concerns, especially in households with young children or pets. Overall, hopper windows can be a great option for those looking to improve air circulation and natural light in their home, but should always be used with care and caution. Hopper windows are often shaped in a horizontally rectangular form and built to withstand strong winds. They are frequently found in smaller spaces like bathrooms, and basements where ventilation can be limited. Due to their expansive panel that opens as a single unit, these windows offer ease of operation and contribute to enhanced air circulation within any room. The name "hoppers" is derived from the way they resemble a hopper or chute when fully opened.