Casement Windows

A casement window is hinged at the side and opens outward. It provides excellent ventilation—at times literally reaching out and catching the breeze. It looks like a narrow picture window because, unlike double hung or sliding windows, it has no rail to obstruct the view.

Some casement windows are simply pushed open, but most have a hand crank. Screens are placed on the inside of the window, where they're more protected from the elements. If you're installing windows over a sink, countertop or appliance, a casement window with a crank can be the perfect solution.

One of the things to look for in a casement window is how far it opens. The best open up perfectly perpendicular to the house for maximum ventilation.

Every window and door purchase is different. Get pricing information and estimates on your project.

Casement Windows are available in the following series:

Wood Windows

Casement Essence Series® Wood Windows
Essence Series® Wood windows re-imagined. Essence Series windows have greater energy efficiency, superior durability all with a warm, traditional style. View Details

Vinyl Windows

Casement Tuscany® Series Vinyl Windows
Tuscany® Series Architecturally styled for a traditional look with even slight lines. Delivers excellent energy efficiency and smooth operation. View Details
Casement Montecito® Series Vinyl Windows
Montecito® Series Tough, durable vinyl windows in a broad range of styles and sizes for remodel and new construction projects. View Details
Casement Style Line® Series Vinyl Windows
Style Line® Series A narrow frame profile that will make your home feel more expansive, and allow in plenty of natural light. View Details
Casement Quiet Line™ Series Vinyl Windows
Quiet Line™ Series Sound control windows that deliver noise reduction performance and excellent energy efficiency. View Details

Fiberglass Windows

Casement Ultra™ Series Fiberglass Windows
Ultra™ Series Get the strength, stability and carefree performance of fiberglass with the look of a traditional window. View Details
Casement WoodClad™ Series Fiberglass Windows
WoodClad™ Series The durability of fiberglass on the outside and the warmth of wood on the inside. View Details

Aluminum Windows

Casement Standard Aluminum Windows
Standard Aluminum Superb strength and stability and ideal for the mild Southwest climates. View Details
Casement Thermally Improved Aluminum Windows
Thermally Improved Aluminum High performance thermal break frame provides the energy efficiency required for cooler climates. View Details
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Wood clad is beautiful window Installed 3 years ago the windows are still beautiful. The service has been both effective and prompt. The fiberglas frames still look new and the protection from weather is still rock solid. The ability to get both the wood clad and color finished fiberglas interiors with the same exterior frame color was a key choosing both Milgard and our window style. October 28, 2014
Poor and complicated customer service. Our house was built in '07, and we have a lot of issues with our windows. I've tried contacting customer services to send someone out to look at them. But, they want me to provide information supposedly on the windows, which I cannot find anywhere. Since the sashes are broken I cannot look inside the frame. Frustrating and still not fixed. February 21, 2015
Sound deadening We built our home next to a very busy highway and find the quiet line windows to be very effective. Cracking the window open to closing it reduces the noise by at least 80%. Had to drive 325 miles to the nearest dealer to get this quality product. New construction so cannot verify energy savings. February 20, 2015
Outstanding Product We installed these windows on a new home build in the Colorado mountains. Great selection for rooms with views and the need for functional air movement throughout house. Have worked perfectly since day one. We are now in year 9. Milgard's warranty is what sold us on their product as we live in a remote area and sometimes difficult to find reliable contractors. They have backed their product. Would highly recommend. We love our windows!! February 18, 2015
Casement window defeats it's purpose Had my windows replaced on my 1950's home. Windows installed are nice except for the casement window over my sink. Prefer the orginal due to the fact that the windows (double) once opened fully (90 degrees), travels back into line of sight obstructing my view and a thick center support adding to the obstruction. Lost a quarter of my view. Original window had no center support and opened 120 degrees from hinge point, giving the home an open arms welcome feel. February 7, 2015
Superior quality. My house is SO much warmer. Added bonus-outside noise,gone! Superior quality windows. My house is SO much warmer. Added bonus-outside noise reduced greatly! January 27, 2015
Great peace of mind So far so good. I love the fact that Migard Windows come with a lifetime warranty. Great peace of mind January 9, 2015
Worst Investment Ever! We purchased Milgard Windows to replace all the windows in our house. Since we live in Colorado we were told these windows were the 'best' and would work well keep out the cold and heat. Not so! Our bedroom blinds, when shut, move when the wind blows as the air just comes right through the closed window seals. The screens were so hard to put on we had to have the installer come back to install them. He also found some extra hard to put on so he just used his fist and slammed them in. Now, the screens that were slammed in are popping out. I can't tell you how disappointed I am in spending thousands of dollars and getting such an inferior product. December 18, 2014
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