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.
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Casement Windows are available in the following series:
Wood windows re-imagined. Essence Series windows have greater energy efficiency, superior durability all with a warm, traditional style.
Architecturally styled for a traditional look with even slight lines. Delivers excellent energy efficiency and smooth operation.
Tough, durable vinyl windows in a broad range of styles and sizes for remodel and new construction projects.
Style Line® Series
A narrow frame profile that will make your home feel more expansive, and allow in plenty of natural light.
Quiet Line™ Series
Sound control windows that deliver noise reduction performance and excellent energy efficiency.
Get the strength, stability and carefree performance of fiberglass with the look of a traditional window.
The durability of fiberglass on the outside and the warmth of wood on the inside.
Superb strength and stability and ideal for the mild Southwest climates.
Thermally Improved Aluminum
High performance thermal break frame provides the energy efficiency required for cooler climates.