When you need to purchase windows for your new home, consider buying casement windows. This style of window is very popular and below you’ll read commonly asked questions about hiring a contractor to install Custom Casement Windows in your home.
Q.) What are casement windows and are they available in different sizes?
A.) Casement windows attach to the window frame with side hinges and they open outwards. Since the entire window opens up, they provide ample air flow throughout your home. There are standard sizes of casement windows available or you can purchase custom made windows in any size that you need. You’ll open your casement windows with a hand crank and if you prefer, you can install fixed windows that don’t open.
Q.) Is it possible to purchase energy efficient casement windows for the home?
A.) Yes, you can purchase casement windows that will keep your home more comfortable and save you money on your energy bill. You can buy casement windows that are coated with a special glaze that keeps ultraviolet rays from shining into your house. Casement windows with thermal glass keeps your house warmer in cold months and cooler when you run your air conditioner.
Q.) What are some advantages of installing casement windows in a home?
A.) When you hire a company to install your Custom Casement Windows, you’ll soon discover the many advantages. If you like a big breeze in your home, this type of window is the largest when opened, because you can open both sides. If you like an unobstructed view, casement windows are manufactured with a full pane of glass. Casement windows are more secure that other types of windows, so it’s more difficult for a burglar to break into your home. The locks, which resemble a hook, are placed deep down into the frame so the windows can’t be pried open by a thief.
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