This classic yet modern design of casement window is a perfect addition to properties both old and new. Clean, unfussy appearance is simple in looks and use, admired by our clients in London. A casement window has a casement sash attached to a timber frame by hinges on one side and opens outwards or inwards. Casements are usually hinged at the side, but they can be hinged at the top or the bottom of the window. Because of their draught sealing system, casements are airtight when closed which means they have very low air leakage rates.
The beauty of the casement window lies in its ability to transcend time and architectural styles. With a design that effortlessly complements both traditional and modern structures, these windows offer a clean and uncluttered appearance that suits a variety of contexts. Whether you're renovating a historic property or embarking on a new architectural journey, casement windows effortlessly blend in, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal.
At the heart of the casement window is its casement sash, thoughtfully attached to a timber frame through a series of hinges. This engineering marvel allows the window to swing open either outwards or inwards, providing easy access to fresh air and natural light. The versatility doesn't stop there, as casements can be hinged at the side, top, or bottom, catering to your specific ventilation needs.
One of the standout features of casement windows is their exceptional draught sealing system. When closed, these windows create an airtight seal, resulting in remarkably low air leakage rates. This sealing prowess translates into heightened energy efficiency, ensuring that your indoor spaces remain comfortable year-round while keeping energy bills in check.
We take pride in elevating the casement window design to new heights by infusing it with a range of cutting-edge features: