Double Casement Windows

Double Casement Windows

double casement window replacements

When it comes to window replacement, the options can certainly be overwhelming. There are tons of different types of windows, each unique in its own way. One option that has grown in popularity among homeowners in recent years is the double casement window. Known for their efficiency and unique style, double casement windows add character to any room.

But what exactly are double casement windows, how do they work, and are they right for you and your home? Let’s find out. If you are looking for a double casement window replacement in Houston, Dallas, or Corpus Christi, look no further than Avana Windows & Doors.

What Is A Casement Window?

Casement windows, also known as crank windows, work very similarly to a door: they are hinged to the side and open sideways and outward. These windows are operated through the use of a crank or handle that opens the window from the inside. A double casement window is distinctive from other types of windows, as it has two panels with two sashes and no center stile (the horizontal panel that provides support). This allows the window to open on its hinges, just like French doors. Check out the many window brands we offer for your home!

More Than The Aesthetic

Double casement windows don’t just look good—they have numerous benefits. For one, double casement windows offer ventilation. They open outward and fully thanks to their hinges, allowing maximum airflow into your home. They are also much easier to open compared to double-hung windows as they don’t go against gravity and only require a simple crank or push and allow ventilation for hard-to-reach areas of your home.

Double casement windows are also energy efficient and add an extra layer of security for your home due to their airtight seal and use of a latch/crank, saving you money and peace of mind. They also offer scenic, unobstructed views as there is no center stile in the way. In addition to gorgeous views, there are also numerous design options for double casement windows such as French, push out, in-swing (windows that open inward instead of outward), and even picture windows. There are plenty of material options, from vinyl to aluminum to wood to fiberglass. Learn more about the different window materials we offer.

Disadvantages

Nothing in life is perfect. While double casement windows are a great addition to any home, there are some cons. Conventional air conditioning window units will not fit because double casement windows open in the middle. These types of AC units are designed for windows that use a movable sash up and down.

Double casement windows also require more maintenance than other types of windows, as they use more mechanical parts such as a crank. Sunlight reflections can also pose a bright problem since double casement windows open outward and at an angle.

The Right Windows For Your Home

Window replacement can be a headache. With many different types of options, designs, and materials, it can be difficult to be decisive. If you’re feeling confused or if you’re ready to start the window replacement process, it’s time to call a professional. Avana Windows & Doors not only provides advice but can expertly replace any windows with ease and perfection for a great price. Avana Windows & Doors is proud to provide the best expertise, customer service, and product selection for over fifteen years. For a free estimate, please visit https://www.avanawindows.com/.