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Secure, energy efficient and beautiful, casement windows will enhance the look and feel of any room while providing plenty of ventilation, natural light and unobstructed views.

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Just like a door, casement windows are hinged on the side and open outward. In most cases they utilize a crank to open and close the window, but there are “push to open” mechanisms available, which simply allows you to push the window out to open once unlocked. Casement windows can be set up to open either to the left or the right. It’s ability to open up almost a full 90-degrees makes it a great choice for many rooms in your home.

Known for providing great views, allowing plenty of natural ventilation and natural light, casement windows are considered one of the most popular window styles. The crank mechanism makes them easy to use, their locking mechanism ensures they are secure once locked and also compresses the weather stripping to generate an airtight seal making them both safe and energy efficient.

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Are casement windows hard to clean?2021-11-18T19:40:32+00:00

Casement windows along with double hung windows are arguably the easiest windows to clean. Newer casement windows feature functional mechanisms that allow for the window to open up a full 90-degrees and offer you access to both sides of the glass from inside your home. This means you do not need to get out your ladder to fully clean your second-floor casement windows.

What’s the difference between casement and awning windows?2021-11-18T19:38:01+00:00

Both casement windows and awning windows are similar in function and design. The main difference between the two window styles is that casement windows are hinged along one the sides of the window, where awning windows have their hinges on the top. When opened, a casement window operates using a crank located on the frame at the bottom, with the pane of glass opening either to the right or left. Awning windows also operate using a crank, the pane moves away from the frame creating an opening at the bottom as the pane is raised outward. Based on their design, casement windows can open wider than awning windows allowing for more air to circulate into your home.

What are the benefits of installing casement windows for your home?2021-11-18T19:38:56+00:00

There are many benefits of installing casement windows in your home, the main benefits include:

1.Versatility: One of the reasons casement windows are so popular is the fact that they are very versatile. They are available in a wide range of sizes, styles, materials and can be used in rooms throughout your home to increase natural light and ventilation.

2.Increased Ventilation: Casement windows open outward allowing for better circulation of air. As the way the window pane opens outwards at differing angles, casement windows have the ability to direct air into a room for an increased breeze. This is an important advantage, especially if you rely on cross ventilation to cool down your home.
Security- The locking system on casement windows makes it difficult to pry open, protecting your home from would be burglars.

3.Energy Efficient: Casement windows locking systems also create a tight seal between the window sash and the frame. This eliminates air from passing through when closed and reduces the amount of heat loss in the colder months and heat gain in the warmer months, increasing your home’s energy efficiency.

4.Unobstructed Views: Casement windows are designed in a way that they maximize on the amount of glass utilized, allowing for clear views of the outside and also allowing for plenty of natural light to enter your home. Casement windows can open almost a full 90-degrees allowing for clear views of the outside when fully opened.

When should you use casement windows?2021-11-18T19:39:17+00:00

One of the big benefits of casement windows is their versatility, they can be made in a variety of sizes, as a stand-alone window or used with different window styles, such as picture windows to fill a larger opening. This means that casement windows can be used pretty much in any room in your home. The only time when casement windows are not a good fit, is when you do not have space on the exterior of your home for the window to open up. For example, if you have large bushes or trees in front of your window.

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