Casement Windows — Wheeling IL.
Serving Prospect Heights, Palatine, Buffalo Grove, Palatine & The NW Suburbs of Chicago
At C&R Home Improvements, Inc., we offer an in-home demo with installation options. We will walk you through our step by step process, so that you can choose the best casement windows for your home. Our installations are consistent with manufacturer specifications to ensure maximum product performance.
Why Casement Windows?
Casement windows suit most living areas of the home. They’re very easy to operate and can be customized with different design options. This style offers both clean lines and unobstructed views and uses a multi-point locking system to increase its energy efficiency and security.
Casement windows are hinged on one side and open similar to the way a door opens, most of the time using a crank. Casement windows are one of the more airtight options available and are one of the better window options for creating a well-insulated, energy-efficient home. Because of the way the sash and window seal meet together, a stronger weather-tight bond is made. Their ability to open to nearly a full 90° angle allows for great ventilation, which is especially beneficial in the summertime to let a nice breeze into your home, or to bring fresh air into your home during spring cleaning. This style is often combined with other casement and fixed styles to create bay, bow, or large feature windows.
The Benefits of Casement Windows
Our models are designed to open and close more conveniently using a more advanced mechanism for operating. This easy operating style opens with a crank handle at the base, eliminating the need for lifting and pulling. Their easy operation makes them a great choice for hard-to-reach places, like above countertops and behind furniture. The seal on casement windows are very important, as they will ensure that the windows are weather resistant.
We offer casement options for standard window replacements and new construction.
Casement Window Features Have:
- Single- or multi-unit casement configurations
- A full screen on all operating casement sections
- Bottom positioned levers that activate multiple locks for added security and seal
- Hardware that is rust-resistant
- Grids that are available in colonial- and prairie- style grids