What is a casement window?
Casement windows are an ideal option for homeowners hoping to lower their energy bill. Known as an excellent option for Topeka energy-efficient window replacement, these windows use a crank for opening and closing.
A casement window uses a single sash on a vertical axis to open outward when the crank is rotated. The sash can open up to a full 90 degrees, so you can quickly and easily clean them while remaining inside your home. Join multiple sections together into a single unit with two, three, or four casement windows. Using a single lever, the units close tightly with multiple lock points for convenience, safety, and security.
To learn more about this energy efficient option, contact our Topeka casement window experts for a free estimate completed in less than an hour.
Where should I consider installing a casement window?
Casement windows are best used in difficult-to-reach areas such as kitchen walls with countertops or in a projecting window. Casement and awning windows often create a better lighting environment and have increased visibility when compared to other models. Last but not least, the familiar crank-style opener allows for an easy to open window in your home.
Casement Window Features:
Multi-point locking system with easy single lever operation
Warm edge spacer system
Meets Energy Star requirements with LowE/Argon
Multi-chambered 3 1/4 inch vinyl frames
Sash opens a full 90 degrees for easy cleaning and to meet egress code requirements
Transferable Lifetime Warranty
If you’re shopping for energy-efficient windows in the Topeka area, give The Window Source of Kansas a call for a free estimate in Kansas City, Manhattan, or surrounding communities.