Casement Replacement Windows
Casement windows offer optimal air flow and natural light
A popular choice for replacement, casement windows are hinged on one side and open outward from the turn of a handle. Their uncluttered views and outward opening design allow for optimal natural light and air flow.
Commonly known as: crank windows, side hinge windows, side hung windows, hinged windows
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Casement windows feature a hinged sash that swings open to the outside of the home. These windows are operated with a “crank” handle mechanism. They are opened and closed with the turn of this crank. Casement windows are hinged and hang vertically whereas their counterparts — Awning windows — hang horizontally.
With hinged casement windows, the entire panel opens to offer ventilation. Depending on the placement of the window, the open panel can often act to catch a passing breeze and direct it into the home. Because there are no muntins, these windows offer a clean, unobstructed view.
- Unobstructed glass provides a clear view and natural light
- Ease of operation
- Entire sash opens for ventilation
- Ease of accessibility in hard to reach places
- Work well in areas where they won’t interfere with outdoor space
- Great for hard-to-reach spots and high places
- Nicely complement picture windows and work with bow windows
Explore Your Options With an Expert
Expert craftsmanship takes expert product knowledge. A Pella windows and doors expert can help you pick out the window that fits your home — and your style. Find your local Pella representative to schedule a free in-home consultation, measurement, and estimate. Or visit your nearest showroom for a guided tour of your options. No pressure. No cost to you.