Casement Windows

A casement window is a window that is attached to its frame by one or more hinges. Casement windows are hinged at the side. They are used singly or in pairs within a common frame, in which case they are hinged on the outside.

They are opened with a crank, lever, or cam handle, which is placed around hand height or at the bottom and serves as a window lock. A crank, stay, or friction hinge is necessary when the window opens outward, to hold the window in position despite wind. Often the glass panes are set in a rabbeted frame and sealed with beveled putty or glazing compound to secure the glass.

Standard Window Features

  • Fusion welded corners (.080 wall thickness) with multiple hollow chambers for watertight strength and energy efficiency.
  • Double strength glass standard, 3/4″ overall I.G. unit thickness for maximum energy efficiency.
  • Platinum Elite™ triple chambered silicone foam spacer provides lower U-factors, sound transmission, and condensation.
  • Tamper-proof security Passes “California Force Entry” CFE resistance test.
  • Dual durometer glazing bead for a water tight seal.
  • Dual wall glazing leg reduces condensation.
  • Exterior glazed for added security because the insulated glass-to-frame seal can only be cut from inside the home.
  • Beveled frame for a pleasing appearance.

If you need some window ideas, we’ve put together a gallery of window inspirations: