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Frequently asked questions:
What are flush casement windows?
Casement windows are those which sit within a frame, using positioned hinges to enable the window to fully open out. The distinction with flush casement windows is that once closed, the window seamlessly sits within the frame, with no overlap between the two..
How secure are flush casement windows?
Casements windows are considered one of the most secure windows on the market today, particularly flush casement windows. As there is no overlap between the window and frame there are limited ways for intruders to gain access, making them incredibly secure.
What are the parts of a casement window called?
We understand that jargon can make shopping for a double glazing window shopping a bit confusing. But we’ve got the expertise to guide you through any technical terms.
- Outer frame: 70mm multi-chambered profile which forms the outside of the window
- Mullion: vertical profiles which fit into the outer frame or Mullion
- Transom: horizontal profiles which fix into the outer frame of Transom
- Sill: a surface which deflects water away from brickwork below, on which the window frames sit on top of. These can be 85mm, 150mm, 180mm, 225mm or 250mm.
- Casement sash: the opening of the window which can be top-hung or side-hung
- Dummy dash: a fixed sash for cosmetic purposes which does not open
- Double glazed unit: two panes of glass separated by a warm edge ‘Swiss’ spacer bar filled with argon gas