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3000 Series - Premium Awning Window

Gorell awning-style windows are a perfect blend of beauty and functionality. These windows open outward from the bottom, allowing you to pull in summer breezes with the turn of a handle. Awning windows even provide ventilation during a light rain without letting water in—a very practical consideration in many areas of the country.

ENERGY STAR® Qualified Windows From Gorell
Ask about Gorell ENERGY STAR® labeled vinyl windows. Practically every vinyl window made by Gorell incorporates one of our many high-performance glass systems with low-emissivity glass and argon or krypton or a blend of the two gases. These glass systems qualify our products for the ENERGY STAR label. Gorell ENERGY STAR labeled products make your home more comfortable and lower your energy costs!
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  • Heavy-duty vinyl frames—with all corners fused together at high temperatures for extraordinary strength—provide excellent insulation.
  • Soft White vinyl with an exceptionally smooth, clean surface keeps your Gorell windows looking beautiful for decades.
  • PPG Intercept® warm-edge spacer system reduces energy loss through the glass.
  • Automotive-type glazing creates a super-tight seal.
  • Insulating foam wrap around the frame reduces the likelihood of drafts between the window and any voids in your walls.
  • Insulfil™ foam inside the frame chambers reduces conduction within the frame for improved energy efficiency.
  • Polypropylene poly-fin weather stripping helps make your windows airtight.
  • Q-Lon® ultra-compression weather seal provides tight closure—similar to a refrigerator door—to prevent air and water infiltration.
  • Snubber mechanism on the hinge side of the frame creates a tight, full-perimeter seal that yields high insulating properties.
  • Beautiful Truth Encore® hardware ensures easy, problem-free operation—even for large sash sizes.
  • Newly-designed, elegant folding handle minimizes interference with window treatments.
  • Custom-engineered lock-and-seal system—with two lever locks—provides the tightest possible seal and excellent security.
  • Smooth, clean frame and sash profile allows maximum light and viewing area.
  • Beveled exterior frame is especially attractive to give your home beautiful curb appeal.
  • Finely detailed millwork design on the interior master frame gives you the look of handcrafted molding.
  • BetterVue™ screens, with heavy-duty aluminum frames, will give you a sharper view of the outdoors, and the added airflow you'll get for ventilation is almost like having no screens at all.

The standard interior vinyl frame color for 3000 Series awning windows is soft white. Optional interior vinyl frame colors and woodgrain finishes allow you to choose the finish that best complements the look of your home.
Soft White
Golden Oak (Woodgrain)
Cherry (Woodgrain)
Walnut (Woodgrain)

The standard exterior vinyl frame color for 3000 Series awning windows is soft white. An array of standard exterior color options—or virtually any custom color you request—allows you to coordinate or contrast your windows to your home.

Soft White
Tudor Brown
Custom Matched
Tilt-Only” InterBlinds™ “ between-the-glass” blinds provide instant privacy and beauty. They're easy to operate and will never require cleaning. Simulated divided lites allow you to replicate the look of true "divided-lite" windows to enhance your home's classic, historical character.
Contoured internal grids—in traditional colonial, distinctive brass and diamond patterns—give your windows the look of divided lites. You never need to clean them because the grids are between the glass.  
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