uPVC Casement Windows
Casement windows have gained significant popularity in both private residences and commercial establishments due to their exceptional design and functionality. These windows feature a unique design where the window pane is affixed to the frame using side hinges. One of the standout advantages of casement windows is their ability to open inwards or outwards, allowing for optimal airflow and ventilation in any room. Additionally, they are available in single or double pane options and provide remarkable energy efficiency. Moreover, casement windows come in a wide variety of designs, offering a diverse range of choices to suit different preferences and aesthetics.
Casement windows have a rich history that dates back several centuries. Initially, they were constructed using metal frames and leaded glass. However, as the Victorian era began, timber became the primary material for both the casements and frames of these windows. These versions were often referred to as heritage casement windows and were designed with functional exterior shutters that opened outward.
Casement windows can be sectioned in two ways where the windows that are hinged at the top are referred to as awning windows, and the ones that are hinged at the bottom are called hoppers. In recent times, uPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride) casement windows have gained popularity in the industry due to the array of features and benefits they offer.
Features & Benefits
The stylish and contemporary casement windows are highly energy-efficient. Casement windows offer increased security with grills, multi-lock points, etc. They are highly durable and long-lasting as they are robust and do not expand or contract due of weather conditions.
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