There’s a reason why casement windows are one of the most widely used window styles in the country. For starters, they provide excellent indoor ventilation and lighting, not to mention complement a wide variety of architectural styles.
Read on to learn more about the benefits of casement windows:
Casement windows can be fully opened to maximize indoor ventilation. When fully opened, their open sash acts as a flap that redirects fresh air inside your home.
Great Views of Outside Scenery
Windows with ornamental details aren’t the best option if you want better views of outside scenery. While colonial grids and muntins (strips of wood, vinyl, metal or fiberglass that divide glass panes) on window panes add a rustic charm to your exterior, they also obscure part of the view. If you want better views, we recommend choosing windows with simple designs and minimal ornamentation, like casement windows for instance.
Here’s a pro tip: The unobstructed views provided by windows with wide glass panes and minimal ornamentation give the illusion of an interior that’s seamlessly connected to the outdoors.
Wide Range of Design Options
Thanks to their simple frame designs and versatility, casement windows complement a wide variety of architectural styles. For instance, tall, narrow casement windows are a prominent feature in Stucco-, Spanish-, Mediterranean- and Tudor-style homes. As part of our Signature Service, Renewal by Andersen® of New Jersey also offers window customization if you want to add a personal touch to your new casement windows or any window with wide glass panes, like picture windows for instance. From the drafting of your custom window designs right down to its installation, we have complete oversight over the window replacement process to make sure your new windows are the right fit for your home.
To learn more about your design preferences, we offer free consultations. To schedule a free consultation, call us at (201) 228-9818 or fill out this form. We serve homeowners in Staten Island as well as the surrounding NJ communities.