Casement windows were the standard window in British homes before the introduction of sash windows in the 18th century. They add a traditional British feel to your home whether in an older property or a new build.
Casement windows are either hinged on one side or are top hung.
Mr & Mrs White - Burpham
Like an extension
Mr & Mrs Turner - Hassocks
More solid and far less cold
Mr & Mrs Roberts - Henfield
Conventional – traditional flush casement windows
Traditional style for homes of character with modern double glazing, slim frames and horizontal bars. Read more about conventional flush casement windows.
Contemporary flush casement windows
Modern style double glazed casement windows, outward opening casements which close against the frame for a flush finish from the outside. Read more about contemporary flush casement windows.
Traditional lipped casement windows
Also called ‘storm-proof windows’. The window casement overlaps the frame from the outside, providing more protection against the elements by keeping rain on the outside of the frame. Read more about traditional lipped casement windows.
Cottage style casement windows
Fine sections & reduced bulk for the sensitive replacement of smaller windows with modern thermal efficiency. Read more about cottage style casement windows.
Tilt & turn casement windows
Excellent for both ventilation and cleaning, Tilt and Turn Casement windows give you a flexibility that other windows can’t match. Read more about tilt and turn casement windows.