Egress Windows

Learn more about storm & egress windows below.



Storm Windows keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

You’ll feel more comfortable while lowering your energy usage and keeping out dust, wind and noise. LARSON storm windows install easily in any room inside or out. They’re perfect for older and historic homes because they don’t change the look of your home. A few simple screws and your storm window adds another layer of protection, turning your old leaky window into a more energy-efficient opening you can enjoy. LARSON Storm Windows are custom fit to your existing windows for an exact fit every time. With several models and colors to choose from in each of our three storm window series, you’ll find the perfect storm windows to fit your style and budget.



Egress windows provide an emergency means of exiting a dwelling and are required in every room used as a bedroom, and in basements with habitable space.

Egress windows must satisfy four International Residential Code criteria: Minimum width of opening: 20 in., Minimum height of opening: 24 in., Minimum net clear opening: 5.7 sq. ft. (5.0 sq. ft. for ground floor), Maximum sill height above floor: 44 in. Building codes require all new construction to have egress windows, but many older homes were built before these requirements became mandatory. Homeowners are adding egress windows even when they’re not required for added peace of mind. There are several styles to choose from, although casement windows with hinged sashes that swing free and clear of the opening can be relatively small and still meet egress requirements. This makes them ideal for basement egress and for other areas where space is limited.