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Ease Of Operation

Casement Windows are the perfect types of windows to install in hard-to-reach places. They’re opened using hand cranks typically found on the window base, making them relatively easy to operate. If placed above countertops, refrigerators, cabinets, etc., you won’t have to strain yourself too much to open or shut the window.

Casement Windows: Main Advantages


On average, casement windows are the second-most energy efficient window type, right after fixed-pane (picture) windows. When closed, casement windows have an airtight seal, preventing unwanted airflow from getting in (or out of) the house.


Unlike other windows that only open half-way vertically or horizontally, casement windows can open all the way. This allows for a nice, refreshing breeze on warmer days or a gust of fresh air when the room gets too stuffy.


The locks on casement windows are embedded into the frame, providing enhanced security. You can also control the window’s opening, which means you won’t have to worry about leaving your home with an obvious entry point.
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Awning Windows

Awning windows, much like casement windows, open outward. Unlike a casement window, however, an awning window opens with a top hinge instead of a side hinge. Awnings are very popular due to a number of excellent benefits, such as improved ventilation and design versatility. They are also:

Awning Windows: Main Advantages


Since awning windows open from the top, they create an awning effect (hence their name) and provide protection from the weather while allowing ventilation. They are also capable of preventing leaks from happening during bad weather, which means you can enjoy a bit of a breeze during rain or shine.


Awning windows are typically small in size, which means they can be installed higher up on the wall. This placement allows them to provide natural light and ventilation without compromising your privacy or security, therefore making them perfectly suited for bedrooms and bathrooms.


Awning windows have a level of versatility that few other window styles can offer. Because they can be installed higher on the wall compared to other windows, awnings are very flexible and can be installed with regards to your existing décor. Window grilles can also be installed in them in creative or unique patterns.
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