Casement windows are designed to provide homeowners with a blend of protection, ease of use and ventilation. It’s also a good design for homes that want to showcase straight lines or have tall narrow window openings. Some of the older houses still use this style on their original historic windows, thus you may want to install casement windows to keep a historic design to your home.
Casement windows are folded to the side rather than to the top of the sliding track. Most of them are also crank windows with basic crank handles that spin to slowly open the window. In some cases, the casement windows do not open wide. You’re only going to have a couple of inches of width to enable airflow. This is suitable for parts of the house where you require additional air, such as the kitchen, toilet, cellar, or even adding more air to the second or third level.
Casement Windows Advantages
By getting a casement window, you can also reap a few benefits for better convenience and a nicer house. Some of them are the following:
- Enhanced ventilation: These side-opening windows work in tight spots in closed or stuffy environments.
- Completely Accessible: The 360-degree hand crank allows the opening of the windows to be very easy and conventional for users.
- Best View: Experience unobstructed viewpoints from these tall windows with no bars or rails passing through the middle.
- Improved Security: These casement windows keep you safer with small openings and multi-point locks.
- Energy efficiency: Our energy friendly windows with dual-and triple-pane glass ensure the temperature in your home is insulated all year round.
Casement windows from Optima Window comes with the advantages that are found in all our window products: high-efficiency glass and premium materials. Casement windows are a great choice for home or business owners looking for windows that offer energy efficiency, durability, safety, and versatility. If you are interested in having casement windows installed in your home or business, contact us today!