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Why should you continue to be frustrated with a casement window which is hard to open and close, has a stripped crank, is impossible to clean from the inside or is fogged and doesn't seal well? With new vinyl casement windows you can enjoy easy-to-operate cranks, increase airflow, natural light and save money on heating and cooling.

In this page learn the benefits of a crank out casement window, products options and the answers to your frequently asked questions. In addition, learn how Cleveland Window and Clear Choice Window and Door (in Columbus) can professionally install your project (and give you the peace of mind from a company whose installed over 1,000,000 windows since 1977). 

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Benefits of Vinyl Casement Windows

Vinyl casement windows can provide the following benefits:

Increased airflow. Because the entire sash of a crank-out window opens outside, it lets in more air than a double hung or sliding glass window. In addition, if you have a scented bush on the outside - you'll enjoy bringing the aroma into your home. 

Easy opening style. The hardware on a vinyl casement window is located at the bottom, which makes it easier for shorter people or those in a wheelchair or walker to open than a standard double hung or slider window. It's perfect for a universal or accessible designed home. 

Higher security - Since the window locks are hook shaped and embedded into the frame, you can't break into a casement window by prying the frames open from the outside (unlike a double hung or sliding glass window). 

Full views - Since casement windows don't have 2 sashes (like double hung and sliding windows) you'll create more unobstructed views. 

Flexibility - Choose from single vertical casement windows, french casement windows (which come together in the center), or horizontal style hopper or awning style casement windows. 

Suitable for egress windows. The ability to safely and easily exit is an important consideration when choosing windows to escape in case of a fire. Local building codes often require egress windows in sleeping rooms. Casement windows have larger sashes, which make them the preferred choice for egress applications in bedrooms in the basement. 

Improved curb appeal. New wood or vinyl crank out windows upgrade the appearance of the inside and outside of a home and enhance the architectural design (especially if you use decorative glass packages).

Reduced energy costs. Old single pane windows increase your heating and cooling bills. Thermal casement windows with ENERGY STAR glass packages can pay for themselves in a short time.

Products and Uses

Vinyl Casement Crank Style Windows

Casement windows from the popular brands we represent (Provia, Alside and Polaris) have these features:

  • Vinyl frames which won’t crack, chip, or peel
  • Fusion-welded frames and main structures for strength and rigidity
  • Insulated glass and warm edge spacer system
  • Multi-chamber sash and mainframes for improved energy efficiency
  • Metal reinforcements to secure the hinge system
  • Color-coordinated hardware to match the window frame
  • Full vent screens on the inside for easy removal. 
  • Decorative glass and grid options
  • Available in multiple colors and wood grain interior finishes
  • Available in single, double, 3 lite, 4 lite, and 5 lite casement options
  • Can be combined with picture and awning style windows.

Where to Use a Casement Crank Out Window

Vinyl casement windows are popular for hard-to-reach window openings (above kitchen sinks and countertops, in bathrooms, attics, upper story spaces or as egress windows in a basement. 

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