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Casement windows are incredibly popular, for good reason. Casement timber windows are not only versatile, but they’re also one of the most cost effective style of windows. Our casement timber windows are made from sustainably sourced, beautiful hardwood and softwood.
Casement Windows Made from Beautiful Hardwoods and Softwoods

What is a casement window

The casement window is a popular British replacement window, with varying combinations of fixed and opening sections which make this window incredibly adaptable.

Casement timber windows have one or more hinges that allow the window sashes to swing open (a sash being a moveable part of a window).

Casement timber windows

Opting to replace your existing windows with casement timber windows, or having casement windows installed in your property in the first place, is a wise decision. 

Casement windows are incredibly quick and easy to replace (in comparison to other types of windows). But casement windows are more than just an easy solution to replacing tired, old, condensation strewn windows. 

Casement timber windows are reliable, durable and long-lasting. Casement windows provide optimum ventilation, are economical and are incredibly energy efficient. But best of all, casement windows are so versatile because they’re easily customisable. 

Why Choose Casement Windows From Windows & Doors UK?

If you’re looking for replacement casement windows you’ve come to the right place. With over 10 years’ experience manufacturing and fitting windows and doors, we’re in the know when it comes to timber casement windows. 

Unlike UPVC casement window designs, our timber frames are made from gorgeous hardwoods and softwoods, such as timber and oak. These popular casement windows are available in a slew of styles, including Idigbo, Sapele, Oak stains or opaque colours.

Casement Window Prices

Want to know more about prices for our casement timber windows including the cost of installation? We have a window price guideline to give you a rough idea of costs. However, for a bespoke quote to meet your exact requirements, get in touch today for a free estimate.

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Oak Stains
Oak
Iroko
Mahogany
Mid Oak
Mid Oak
Spanish
Walnut
Idigbo Stains
Iroko
Mahogany
Mid Oak
Mid Oak
Oak
Spanish
Walnut
Sapele Stains
Mahogany
Iroko
Mid Oak
Oak
Spanish
Walnut
Mid Oak
Opaque Colours
Autumn
Ash
Calm
Cadet
Ghost
Ivory
Bristle
Grove
Lawn
lilly
Marsh
Milk
Mist
Moon
Polar
Porcelain
Powder Blue
Sandscript
Slate
Seashell
Sea Green

Chantilly
Everglade
Digital
Contora
Charcoal
Florielle
Mayflower
Minster
Oak
Pelerine
Tafetta
Warwick

Casement Window Prices & Sizes

Please call us to discuss sizes and prices, we supply all standard and non-standard sizes, prices are available by quote. Please find a rough cost per size table below. * Based on a single window

Casement Window Prices


Specifications

Our Casement windows are manufactured to high standards with specifications to match, generic specifications are below (specification relative to design).

  • Flush or Stormproof (over-rebated) window systems available
  • Wrap-around, multi-point espagnolette locking system as standard
  • Top or side opening sashes
  • Dummy (non-opening) sashes or direct-glazed sections available
  • The option of increasing component thicknesses in order to give equal sight-lines with adjacent doors etc.
  • Arched or swept heads available
  • Windows can be incorporated into bays, conservatories and orangeries
  • Range of hinge options available, including approx. 90° opening for fire escape windows, child restriction for safety, “easy clean” mechanism, or combinations of these (depends on window size and configuration)
  • Very large and very small opening casements achievable, with a wider range of sizes available than many of our competitors
  • Colour-matched internal window boards available
Brochures

Download Gaskets Specification Brochure
Download Locking Systems Specification Brochure
Download Saint Gobain Glass Brochure
Download Pilkington Glass Brochure
Download Ironmongery Options Brochure


Trade Casement Windows

We supply this product to traders and:

  • Architects
  • Property Developers
  • Property Renovators
  • Installers
  • Commercial Businesses
  • Tradesmen

If you have a trade enquiry or would like to order this product in bulk then please call us on 0843 886 7763 to discuss or fill out the call back form to the right.

Lead Time

Our lead times vary depending on product specification and volume. We aim to have the shortest possible lead time from order to delivery, call us for a free quotation/estimate.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Casement Windows Better?

This is entirely dependent on purpose and integration. For the best part Casement Windows are more energy efficient as they employ a rigid design which allows for better gasket sealing & reduction in thermal heat loss? In general, this window type tends to be cheaper than other window types such as sliding sash windows, box sash windows and top hung windows.

How does a Casement Unit Work?

This window type employs a simple double/triple hinge system to hold the window unit in the frame. The window unit has an integrated locking/latch mechanism with an internal linkage arm to connect locking pins in the frame. The frame will be composed of hardwood and will feature a set of window runners that allow the window to move outwards / inwards. The gasket on the window frame allows the window unit to make a tight seal with the frame.

Which windows are better? Casement or Double-Hung?

In general, Casement Windows does a better job of preventing heat loss thanks to a simpler hinge system here there are less moving parts and a better opportunity to form a tight gasket seal. Double-hung windows employ a tracking system that has multiple points where air may be able to get past the gaskets (especially as the gaskets begin to fatigue over time).

Should I choose Hardwood or UPVC?

This will depend on your look, feel & price preferences. UPVC tends to be a cheaper alternative, but, without the premium look & feel offered by Hardwood. Hardwood Casement Units tend to be more durable, offer a much smoother feel & luxurious appearance and, as a window are generally more satisfying due to the build quality and material weights.

 

Why Should I Choose This Window Style?

When it comes to your home’s replacement windows, the dimensions of your window opening will have a bearing on your ultimate decision. Sliding windows, for example, are used in openings that are wider than they are tall. These types of windows open sideways, with one pane sliding over the other. The meaning of casement is basically a window or part of a window set on a vertical hinge so it opens like a door.

All our windows are designed and manufactured in the UK using sustainably sourced wood. Once manufacture has been completed the item will be sent and delivered shortly after. Products are all inspected thoroughly before being dispatched.

Also known as crank windows, push out French casement windows are usually selected for tall, narrow window openings and affixed to the side of the window frame so they swing outwards. Our casement windows are opened and closed with a crank, lever or handle. Here are some of the main benefits of casement windows:

  • Most windows open completely so air can pass through the entire opening unlike sliding windows where half the window space is closed or overlapping
  • Energy-efficient, thanks to their inflexible window seal and design
  • Chosen by homeowners for its practicality, dependability and efficiency
  • Reflect radiator heat and absorb sunlight to create the most efficient A Rating as standard
  • Fully reinforced frames, internal beading, multipoint locking systems and lockable handles prevent forced entry

What Are The Benefits Of These Windows?
French Casement Window Features

Our french windows have the latest locking systems, with a wraparound roller locking system used to all opening sashes. Our windows are designed to have the traditional appearance of hardwood, blending modern technology with traditional joinery methods. Unlike UPVC, ours are made from either softwood or hardwood and are popular amongst those wanting timber on a limited budget. The wood can be stained but is usually painted.

Our windows feature:

  • Twin gaskets for maximum protection against the weather, which lowers the heat loss through the frame and the casement
  • The casements can open with either our standard handles or with a traditional range of decorative handles available on request
  • We can incorporate traditional monkey tail handles or bulb end handles, in a range of colours to complement your design and colour.

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