Attain Traditional Beauty with a Set of Casement Windows

Casement windows have been around for centuries and were first brought over by New World immigrants from Europe. They are the earliest form of a movable window and they are just as popular now as they were during the colonial period of America.

Casement windows have certainly undergone technological improvements to keep up with our modern preference for comfort.

They can be found in either wood, metal, or vinyl frames with hinges or pivots found at the upright side of the vertically hung sash, allowing the window to open outward or inward along its entire length – similar to how a door opens and closes.

Home Improvement Benefits

Casement windows will add a sleek and classic style that will accentuate your home’s interior design and architecture. Nowadays, you can find casement windows that are virtually maintenance free and that come in an assortment of materials that include:

Modern casement windows will not scrape, rot, chip, or peel and will keep your home warm and free of icy drafts during winter months.

Depending on your home improvement preferences, you can install casement windows that open from either the left or right, thanks to their one-of-a-kind functionality.

You’ll also be happy to know that casement windows boast lower rates of air leakage, interior screens, and a sash that is closed by pressing to the frame. By installing casement windows, you’ll add beauty and comfort to your home while taking advantage of this window design’s unique benefits.


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