Casement Windows

Casement windows hinge from the side and open outward. They offer great ventilation and can be fitted with friction stays or a winding system that works seamlessly with a flyscreen.

Seals are fitted on all casement windows to prevent draught and help with noise reduction.

Why Choose Casement Windows for Your Home?

Though casement windows have a long history, they are anything but outdated! The most popular form of these beautiful timber windows open outwards, ensuring you have maximum space in your home.


Thanks to their side-on design, casement windows can be a great way to improve airflow into your home, acting like a chute to funnel air in. As casement windows open vertically, they catch far more air than some of their counterparts, making for a great alternative to using your air conditioning for hours each day.

As there are no frames in the middle of the glass panes, your views are truly panoramic.

Easy to Operate

Casement windows are a smart choice for spots in your home that may be hard to access, such as above kitchen benches or behind furniture in bedrooms or living areas. With the easy-to-use crank to open the windows, you don’t have to worry about awkwardly reaching around and straining yourself just to get a window open.

Weather-Tight & Energy Efficient

If you’re looking for a window that keeps weather out, you should opt for a casement window! The seals on a casement window seal tight against the casement sash, keeping out moisture and adverse weather. This tight seal also increases the energy efficiency of your home, as the seal prevents any inside air from escaping and any outside air from creeping in.