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Casement Windows

A casement window is hinged on one side and swings outward to the left or right. It easily opens and closes with a crank that folds away when not in use or an Easy-Slide Operator that uses the same simple motion as dimming the lights with a dimmer switch. This easy-to-open design makes casement windows ideal for tough-to-reach places, such as over a kitchen sink or bathtub. When closed, casement windows offer excellent energy efficiency. When open, they capture natural breezes that make rooms especially refreshing. When screens are added, they are located on the interior, keeping them from interfering with the operation of the window and protecting them from the elements to help them stay clean longer.
Casement windows can be used in any style home. The sleek window frame can bring a modern feel with an unobstructed, large pane of glass. If traditional is more your style, adding a grille pattern can offer timeless design interest by dividing the light that enters a room. Look through casement window inspiration, tips, resources and more below.
Also known as: crank windows, crank out windows and roll out windows

Casement Window Features

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Weather Resistant

Casement Window in Hard to Reach Area

Great for Hard-to-Reach Areas

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Fits Any Style Home

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Limited Lifetime Warranty

We are proud to be Platinum-Certified Pella Contractors, which means when you get your new windows through us, we can provide you with one of the best warranties in the business.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to Your Questions About Casement Windows

Where are Casement Windows Commonly Used?

Because casement windows are easy to operate with one hand, they are commonly used in hard-to-reach areas like over a kitchen sink or bathtub. Casement windows are also popular in bedrooms, living rooms and home offices.

What's the Difference Between a Casement and Awning Window?

The difference between casement and awning windows is the placement of the hinged side. Casement windows are hinged at either the left or right side. Awning windows are hinged at the top. Both casement and awning windows swing outward to open and close with a crank that folds away when not in use.

What are the Advantages of Casement Windows?

Easily opening and closing with a crank that folds away when not in use, casement windows are a great option for hard-to-reach spaces, like over the kitchen sink. They offer refreshing ventilation that is easy to control and direct in your home. Casement windows are also available with Pella-exclusive hardware designs such as the Easy-Slide Operator which allows you to open and close your window with the same simple motion as dimming the lights with a dimmer switch.

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