Get Better Views and Ventilation
At C&L Ward, we’ve been helping homeowners throughout the Midwest for nearly 50 years get the best windows possible in their homes. That’s why we’re proud to partner with Andersen Windows — the largest window and door manufacturer in North America. We have casement windows in a variety of styles and designs to help you get the great vistas you want and enjoy better airflow throughout your home.
Casement windows are designed to create maximum ventilation and a large, unobstructed view. They are hinged along the side of the window and when operated open outward. Not only does this provide a great view, with most of the sash out of sight, but it also makes the window have a sail shape, which promotes a current of air to move through the window opening and into your home. Many types also include a hand crank, so operating a casement window is effortless even if they’re placed in hard-to-reach areas, like behind a sink. We also offer designs that can be opened with a push.
Casement Window Choices
You can select from a number of different options to make your casement windows one-of-a-kind. Some of your options include:
- Glass — Choose the number of panes, their gas-fills, and low-e coatings for increased energy efficiency and thermal performance.
- Frame — Our casement windows are available in many frame materials, including vinyl, aluminum, and Andersen’s exclusive Fibrex® composite.
- Interior trim and hardware — You can select a number of different interior trims in multiple colors and wood types to make your window fit into your home’s interior design perfectly. Customize your window’s hardware for the ultimate personalization.
No matter what choices you make when it comes to your new casement windows, at C&L Ward, we’ll have you enjoying your new investment quickly and easily. Schedule an in-home consultation to talk one-on-one with a window expert or come by one of our area showrooms to see our stunning products in person.
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