Casement windows are one of the most popular choice for replacement, hinged on one side and open outward from the turn of a handle. The uncluttered views and outward opening design of this type of window allow for significant natural light and air flow to come in.
Commonly known as: crank windows, side hinge windows, side hung windows, hinged windows
The main feature of casement windows are the hinged sash that swings open to the outside of the home. These windows are controlled with a “crank” handle mechanism which allows them to be opened and closed with the turn of this crank. Casement windows are hinged and hang vertically whereas awning windows, their counterparts, hang horizontally.
The entire panel opens with hinged casement windows to provide ventilation. The open panel will also act to capture a passing breeze and guide it into the house, depending on the location of the window. Since there are no muntins, these windows offer a clear and unobstructed view.
Grilles provide a unique look that can be customized to fit your home’s architectural style and add visual appeal to your exterior. In a number of different patterns, grilles can be configured and incorporated with casement windows in many ways.
Window Replacement’s high-transparency screen is virtually unseen and truly brings the outside in.
Window Replacement’s standard high-transparency screen offers a clearer view than traditional fiberglass screens available with no upcharge.
Sturdy and functional, fiberglass screen enables the light and breeze in with a standard level of visibility.