casement windows

Looking at the Different Types of Double Glazed Windows

Double glazed windows are energy efficient windows made of two layers of glass with a layer of gas (or air) between them. This creates an airtight seal making these windows more energy efficient than single glazed windows. Double glazed windows also increase sound insulation and limit condensation.

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Energy Efficient Windows

Looking at the Different Types of Energy Efficient Windows

Energy efficient windows keep cold air out during winter and air conditioning in during summer. These windows typically have more than one layer, low-E coatings, and high quality edge spacers and frames. Regardless of the type of energy efficient window, all offer energy cost savings thanks to less air leakage, less condensation, and increased light, which can reduce heating bills during winter.

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Types of Casement Windows

March 21, 2011

Looking at the Different Types of Casement Windows

Casement windows are the most contemporary and convenient of all window types. The window is mounted on hinges and a manual (or automatic) mechanism cranks the window outward and away from the home. Some homeowners may choose to have the window crank in for easier cleaning, but this isn’t common.

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Discussing How Much Casement Windows Cost

The cost for casement windows ranges from $300 to $1,000 or more. The price varies based on the type of material, manufacturer, and size. Costs typically include the window, labor, and trim.

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Examining Casement Windows: Advantages and Disadvantages

Instead of having a handle and lifting up, casement windows are hinged at the side and crank outward. They’re often installed over sinks, countertops, or appliances, but can be placed anywhere in the home.

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