Awning and casement windows are a good choice for rainy climates. Casement windows are a great choice for over a sink, counter or appliance. This window style can also replace a double-hung window.
Inserted into the insulated glass for durability and to make maintenance easier, our rectangular or contoured grid patterns give your windows a personalized touch.
Long-lasting, vibrant, and durable, our ColorBond® exterior colors are designed to adhere to vinyl and feature heat reflective and impact resistant technology, preventing fading, warping, and energy loss.
Looking for the luxurious look of finished wood with the increased durability and energy efficiency of vinyl? TimberBond® comes in three finishes and features advanced technology pioneered by Champion that permanently bonds the finish to the frame, preventing blistering, peeling, and chipping.
Our vinyl casement windows are a great way to make a bold statement and provide an unobstructed view in any room.
With Champion Comfort 365® Glass and foam-enhanced insulated frames, Champion casement windows are an energy efficient way to save money on your heating and cooling bills.Learn More
Champion casement windows help dampen sound, making them the perfect solution to quieting outside noise.
Our casement windows come with state-of-the-art embedded security locks, giving you extra peace of mind.
With unobstructed views, casement windows bring you closer to the beauty of the outdoors.
Because casement windows can be opened completely, they're perfect for improving airflow in your home.
We design and manufacture vinyl replacement windows.
The benefits of vinyl are many, including:
While the industry price for a vinyl replacement window ranges from $425 to $2,100 and averages right around $1,500, the benefits that come with that window vary even more.
Champion is the only provider that consistently offers all of the major benefits at a price that won't break the bank. We also offer a free in-home estimate to get you an accurate cost for your unique window replacement project.
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