A casement window is hinged at the side so it can be opened with a cam handle, crank, or lever. Two casement windows are often placed side by side in a frame.
The window may open inward, but more commonly it opens outward, which means that it has to be held in position against the wind by a crank, a friction hinge, or a stay. Glass panes are typically set in a recess (called a “rabbet”) and held in place with bevelled putty or glazing compound.
Centennial sells and installs casement windows from these top-quality Canadian manufactures:
- Elite Windows
- Kohltech Windows
- Farley Windows
- Bonneville Windows
- Greenview Windows
- All Weather Windows
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Call Centennial today at 613-738-9500, use our contact form, or drop by our showroom at 855 Industrial Ave. to discuss options and solutions that will work best for your specific needs, timelines and budget.