Casement windows

Casement Windows | Chicago, Aurora, Elgin, Arlington Heights, IL

Casement windows are hinged on one side. Customers can choose if they want the left or right side to open. A prominent aspect of the casement windows is that they allow maximum ventilation inside your homes.

Having said that, casements are generally used in homes to improve the ventilation as well as increase the amount of natural light entering the home. They also give an enhanced curb appeal along with increased security.

The Benefits of Casement Windows

The best feature of our vinyl casements, is that they can be fully customized to suit the décor of your home. The varieties of design, color and locking mechanisms are enormous. Also, all of Climatech’s windows are double or triple glazed with Low E sealed glass units. This makes them extremely energy efficient and effective against UV sunrays.

Places where casement windows are commonly used:

The beauty of the casements is within their flexibility. These windows can be placed practically anywhere in your home. Often times, homeowners prefer to install them over kitchen sinks and counter tops, due to their easy accessibility and maneuverability. However, this type of window can make a great addition anywhere in the home.


Climatech’s casement windows have a strong frame with a sturdy sash. They come with multi-chambered design with a contoured profile. The windows offer a multi-point locking system, which enhances the security features. The hinges are on one side, while the sash opens towards the left or towards the right, depending on the homeowners’ needs.        

Points to consider while replacing windows

  • They top the list in terms of being energy efficient, right after our fixed and picture windows.
  • They have many attractive and customizable design options.
  • The ease of operation is extremely good.
  • However, there are certain restrictions, such as size limitations. As the casement windows crank outwards, the size of the windows cannot be large or heavy. It is generally recommended to have smaller and lightly constructed casement windows.

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