4 Reasons You’ll Love Casement Windows

The elegance and beauty of casement windows can improve the ventilation, energy efficiency, appearance and value of your home, but do you know what else makes them special? The more you know about these stylish replacement windows, the more you’re going to want them for yourself! Read on for four reasons you’ll love Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro’s casement windows.

#1. Casement Windows Match Most Architectural Styles

Casement windows are beautiful in nearly all settings – ranging from historic residences to contemporary-style homes. Grille placement makes all the difference when it comes to casements in traditional or historic homes. The position of the grilles affects the entire look of the window. With the proper grille placement, the look of the window is flexible and customizable. In more contemporary homes, casements without window grilles provide a clear unobstructed view of the great outdoors.

#2. Casement Windows Open All the Way

Single hung and double hung windows slide up and down on a track, while sliding windows open by moving from side to side. Casement windows are different because they have a hinge and open outward, like a door.

While single hung, double hung and sliding window openings are always at least partially covered by one sash, casement windows can open all the way, in the same way that a door can open all the way. If you have opposing opening casement windows, you can take advantage of the direction of the breeze to “capture” fresh air and direct it into your home. This is good for air flow and can help you regulate the temperature inside your home on temperate spring and fall days.

#3. Casement Windows Provide a Fully Unobstructed View

Single hung, double hung and sliding windows have multiple sashes, which means there’s always a part of the view out the window that is covered by the frames around the sash glazing.

Casement windows are different because there’s only one sash. Unless your window has grilles, you’ll enjoy an clear, unobstructed view out the window, day and night.

#4. Casement Windows Have a Tight Seal for Energy Efficiency

Casement windows are closed and opened with a crank. When fully closed, the sash pulls tightly up against flexible weather stripping to seal tightly. This is good for your window’s energy efficiency, because it minimizes any potential no air leaks that can cause drafts.

During the coldest winter or the hottest summer, your windows should be no more drafty or uncomfortable than any other part of your house – particularly if your windows are made from energy efficient materials like Fibrex window frames and low-e glass.

Install Casement Windows from Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro

Renewal by Andersen casement window frames are made with Fibrex material and low-e glass. These award-winning windows are energy efficient add value to your home.

To learn more about how you can install casement windows from Renewal by Andersen, make an appointment with Renewal by Andersen of New Jersey and New York Metro. Call 1-888-826-2451 or fill out the short form on this page today to set up a consultation.


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