A casement window is a attached to its frame by a hinge, usually on the side.
Shutters that open outward to keep out drafts and weather usually cover these windows. Casement windows can be opened with a crank, lever or handle which often locks the window as well.
Not only do Casement Windows eventually wear out, but the older models are not very energy efficient.
According to the Department of Energy, most homes lose over a quarter of their heat through windows.
Homeowners can choose casement replacement windows with Energy Star-labeled and can cut energy bills by up to 30%.
You can read more about Energy Star Ratings here: www.energystar.gov.
Casement Windows – Most Common Window
Casement windows were the most common house window before the sash window was introduced and usually contain leaded glass. Casement windows are typically attached to the vertical side of the window frame although they can be horizontally placed.
They are opened with a crank or a lever or cam handle placed at around hand height or at the bottom and serve as window locks.
Install America will provide you with either the most competitively priced or cost effective casement windows or the finest casement windows available in the Northeast – depending on your specific needs. Either way, you’ll receive, by far, the greatest value for your home improvement dollar.
Casement Windows – Testimonial
I was very pleased with the installation and quality of the casement replacement window installed by the Install America team. I was also impressed with the trim around the windows inside and the cleanliness of the workers. They did a great job installing our casement replacement window and were in and out in under a hour for our one big window. I would highly recommend Install America.