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Greenfield Casement Windows

Casement Windows Bring Elegance to Beautiful Greenfield Homes

Part of Franklin County in Northwestern Massachusetts, Greenfield is a charming city full of iconic landmarks and beautiful homes. Many of these homes, especially those located in the East Main–High Street Historic District are designed in Greek and Victorian architecture style. But Greenfield residents don’t just live in historic homes, there are a multitude of modern homes throughout the city. 

One element both historic and modern homes have in common is casement windows. These windows are different from single- and double-hung windows in that their crank and hinge features allow the casement window to open to a 90 degree angle. This brings more airflow into a home. Casement windows are easy to use and popular because they provide an unobstructed view of a home’s exterior surroundings.    

Commonly known as: crank windows, side hung windows, hinged windows, crank out windows, crank open windows

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Recommended Customizations*

Design your casement windows to enhance your historic or modern Greenfield home with these customizable hardware and grille designs. A popular personalization for historic homes is the Victorian Grille Pattern. For contemporary homes, metal or black hardware finishes are the preferred choice.

Grilles and Blinds

  • Traditional Grille Pattern
  • Victorian Grille Pattern
  • New England Grille Pattern
  • Cross Grille Pattern
  • Custom Grille Pattern
  • Between-the-Glass Blinds
  • Top Row Grille Pattern


  • Classic Collection
  • Essential Collection
  • Rustic Collection

*Not all customizations are available in all Pella product lines.

Greenfield Climate Recommendations

Greenfield has a continental climate. Summers are hot and humid, winters are cold with frequent storms and heavy snowfall. This region also experiences year-round rain. But no matter the season or the weather, Pella windows are designed to withstand a variety of environmental conditions.

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Fluctuating Temps

Prepare for bitterly cold winters and semi-humid summers with Pella®? Impervia®?. This strong fiberglass, for both windows and patio doors, is durable enough to withstand extreme heat and subzero cold.

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Low-E Protection

Keep warm in the winter by reducing the heat loss from your home. Windows with Low-E glass panes may help keep your home insulated, blocking out the cold and helping keep the heat in.

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Extreme Weather

Your area can be affected by extreme weather events such as ice storms, floods, droughts, heat waves, or major storms. Consider adding a layer of protection from extreme weather with fiberglass windows that stand up to extreme fluctuations in temperature.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  •   How do I remove the hardware from my casement or awning windows?
    • To remove the lock lever from your casement or awning window:

      1. Open the window to its widest point.
      2. Place the lock lever down, in the locked position.
      3. Insert a flathead screwdriver into the exposed opening on the exterior of the window at the point where the lever and lock cam meet.
      4. Turn the screwdriver 1/4 turn to the right, pulling the lock lever out at the same time.
      5. To reinstall, simply snap the lever back into place.

      To remove the roto cover for the crank handle from your casement or awning window:

      1. Unfold the handle.
      2. Loosen the set screw with a flat-blade screwdriver. Make note of the position of the handle, and then remove the screw. You'll want to replace the handle in the same position after you reinstall the cover.
      3. Grasp the roto cover and pull it straight back. You'll feel some resistance as you are pulling.

      To replace the roto cover:

      1. Align the cover in the original position and push it back into the bracket.
      2. Reinstall the handle and tighten the set screw.

      For a video tutorial on how to remove hardware, visit the Pella Help Library.

  •   How can I save money when replacing windows?
    • If you're wondering whether replacement windows are worthwhile, consider all the ways they can save you money. Benefits from tax credits and rebates, energy savings, improving the resale value of your home, less time and money spent on maintenance and convenient cleaning are among the chief reasons to replace your windows. Learn more.

  •   What are the benefits of replacing my windows?
    • Energy efficiency, reduced noise and curb appeal are chief among the key benefits of replacing your windows. Learn more about how replacement windows can represent an investment in your home.

  •   How can I clean the exterior of my casement windows?
    • Casement windows open wide enough that you clean the exterior glass from the inside of your home. Open the sash and turn the crank until your window is fully opened. From here, you will be able to reach through the opening and access the exterior glass. 

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