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Casement and Awning Windows

Casement and Awning windows seal extremely well. They provide clean lines and unobstructed views. Casement windows are attached to the frame by hinges top and bottom and crank out for ventilation. Awning windows have hinges at the top of the frame and open out at the bottom for ventilation

Both Casement and Awning windows are opened with a crank located at the bottom near the window ledge.. The windows are locked with a multipoint locking mechanism that pulls the window in in two or more locations depending on the height of the window.

French casement windows work the same except that they do not have a center mullion which provides an unobstructed view to the outside when both windows are open. A center locking handle secures the windows at both the top and bottom.

Push out casement windows do not use the cranking mechanism typically found on casement and awning windows. These windows are manually opened, closed and locked using a single handle.

Our experienced and knowledgeable team can help you determine the best fit for your home or business.

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