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Casement windows are unique as the windows are attached to their frame by hinges that allow them to open inwards or outwards. At Windows 3000, our experts are well versed in installing various types of casements windows - from a traditional Victorian look for older properties, to a sleek modern style to suit new builds. If you're not sure whether they are right for you, then here are some of the advantages of casement windows to help you decide:
Designs: They can be fitted with numerous designs and features and with multiple materials including wood, Aluminium, steel, and, most commonly, uPVC.
Ventilation: By opening outwards, casement windows funnel natural breezes into the room.
Energy efficiency: Casement windows are the most energy efficient window that is not a fixed pane window. When closed, the window sash makes an airtight seal against the frame, preventing air entering and leaking. This keeping the warm air in during the winter, and blocks the cold air outside from entering. With our professional installation, casement windows have the added benefit of reducing your bills, especially in the winter months.
Safety: Whilst being easy to open and close, casement windows come with many features built for safety. Limits can be set to how wide you would like the window to open, this is great for you if you have children around as specific child locks can be fitted to stop them from opening the window too far. All of our casement windows come with a locking feature as standard, and when the window is closed, an air tight seal is created - helping to prevent burglaries.
We can install several types of casement window: Top hung, bottom hung, side hung, tilt and turn and fully reversible, among many others. Side hung windows are the most common type of casement window in Britain, with hinges attached on the side panel allowing it to open outwards. These can be used practically anywhere in the property. Other types of windows such as top and bottom hung have their own specific advantages and uses. Top hung casement windows are particularly useful in an exposed area that receives a lot of rain. With the hinge at the top, the window opens at the bottom, allowing you to have the temperature and ventilation you desire whilst rain runs down the outside of the window, keeping the inside of the property dry. Bottom hung casement windows in are commonly used in cellars as a top opening allows as much fresh air into the property as possible. These are just a few examples of casement window uses!
At Windows 3000 we pride ourselves in offering a comprehensive service. Starting with a free no-obligation quote, we allow you to make your request with no hassle, no pressure, and no upfront cost. For more information on casement window services, or for a free quote, please call and speak to one of our friendly experts today.
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