Wood or vinyl casement windows use easy to operate cranks to increase natural light and airflow to your home. Casement windows also helps you to save money on your utility bill.
Benefits of Vinyl Casement Windows
Vinyl casement windows offer the following benefits:
Improved Airflow. Casement windows let in more air because the sash of the window opens to the outside.
Easy to Open. The hardware of a casement window is located at the bottom, which makes it easier for shorter individuals to open the window.
Suitable to Use as an Egress Windows. Casement windows allow you to safely and easily exit your home in an emergency. Local building codes require egress windows in rooms you sleep in. Casement windows have large sashes, which makes it the preferred choice for egress applications.
Enhanced Curb Appeal. New vinyl or wood casement windows enhance your home's curb appeal.
Lower Energy Costs. Casement windows can reduce your heating and cooling costs when you choose the thermal ENERGY STAR glass package.
Vinyl Casement Crank Style Windows
Vinyl casement crank-style windows offer the following features:
- Frames that will never chip, crack or peel.
- Fusion-welded main structures and frames for added strength and rigidity.
- Includes a warm edge spacer system and insulated glass.
- Multi-chamber mainframes and sash to improve your home's energy efficiency.
- Exterior sashes are beveled.
- Metal reinforcements that secures the hinge system.
- Hardware is color-coordinated to match the frame.
- Full vented screens.
- Decorative grid and glass options available.
- Available in a variety of wood grain interior finishes and colors.
- Available in single, double, and 3, 4, or 5 lite casement options.
- Able to be combined with awning style or picture windows.
Where You Can use a Casement Cranking Window
Casement cranking windows are most commonly installed in hard to reach openings. We install casement windows above countertops and sinks in kitchens and bathrooms, in upper story spaces, and attics.