Casement windows are as traditional as they come. Popular throughout the United Kingdom and Europe before the advent of their sash cousin ‘s arrival, this classic design has experienced somewhat of a comeback, and for very, very good reasons.
The casement window has been described in Chamber &Schwarz classic 1983 book ‘What Style Is It? ‘ as ‘a window that is attached to its frame by one or more hinges ‘.
Distinct from its closely related ‘awning window ‘ cousin (which have their hinges at the top), casement windows display their hinges at the side, although the definition is often ignored in modern times.
Typical benefits of this classic window carnation include:
Although the ‘top hung ‘ (awning style) is by far the most popular, this stylish window comes in several varieties (as shown below).
All our Tilt and turn windows come in a variety of materials including:
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