Learn more about Casement Windows
Attached to their frame by one or more hinges, casement windows tend to be hinged at the side. Although they can be hinged from the top, these are usually referred to as 'awning' windows. Easy to use because of its single-lever latch design, a casement window can be easily opened and closed in an instant. And because they've been designed with a sash pivot, the window will open wide to provide maximum ventilation and act as an emergency exit if required.
By opting for new casement windows - which now come with A-rated glass as standard, you will give give your home a new lease of life, making the exterior as appealing as the interior.
At EYG, we also specialise in supplying and installing flush casement windows. A modern replica of the 19th century timber window design, these windows will satisfy planning restrictions in areas where conservation orders are in place. So it does not matter whether you are a first-time buyer wanting to make a solid investment for the future or a homeowner looking to add some charm or kerb appeal, installing affordable casement windows is a great idea.
To discover how much casement windows cost, enter your details into our online quote provider and get an accurate answer in seconds. Or call 0800 181888 for a free quote!