The classic design in fenestration are the casement windows. These windows offer better sound reduction then any of the windows. Top Hung windows used in toilet and service areas, French windows for unobstructed openings and fixed windows to allow maximum light to pass through are a few types of the Casement Series of Windows.
Casement windows come in a large variety of designs, sizes, and materials. They work well when combined as part of a larger window installation, such as in bay, bow, or French windows.
Casement windows are one of the most energy-efficient windows. The sash creates an airtight seal against the window frame when closed making it hard for air to get through.
Casement windows are an excellent way to ventilate due to opening from the side.
Casement windows also provide unobstructed views since the window is made up of one sash.
Casement windows and doors look elegant in modern homes. This style of doors and windows is appropriate for proper ventilation and also convenient to use.
Casement doors and windows are easy to open and close. Rather than sliding, this casement style is fixed to a crank for driving open and close down mechanism. The exterior hinge enables the complete floor to ceiling ventilation.
This design is popularly used in kitchens where cooks need more ventilation to remove odours of the cooked meal. With full ventilation, they can easily remove any type of strong smells, as well as get a nice breeze throughout the day.