Vinyl Replacement Windows - Casement Windows
We are all very familiar with single hung and perhaps even double hung vinyl replacement windows. Sashes move up and down and often tilt in for cleaning on those but casement windows offer something different. Casement windows swing out like an outswinging door. They have insect screens on the inside that are easily removed for more light. In this great picture the windows up high are awning style windows, the center panels are picture windows and the two panels swing open for ventilation. Casement windows are a designers favorite because they remove the center bar from a twin window opening and make it seem more open and inviting. Window cost is higher but usually only $150 or so higher than the usual options in replacement windows.
Twin and Triple Casements
This project in Lake Highlands utilizes a narrow framed vinyl picture window and matching cirle top and our Alside Twin and Triple Casement Vinyl Replacement Windows. These are a favorite in Dallas and North Texas as they perform well and look great. I use them a great deal in Plano, Richardson, Flower Mound, Coppell, Irving, McKinney, Frisco and all up and down the Dallas North Tollway corridor. These are the beige which is a standard color and is a great earthtone at an affordable price.
Three lite casement split 25-50-25
Two lite sliding windows are common place in North Texas homes. This is one that was converted into a three lite casement split 25-50-25. This provides the same amount of ventilation while leaving out the bar in the center of the window. It really opens up an window opening. The screens are on the inside and easily removed. This is a really pretty option in replacement windows for Dallas and its suburbs.
NT Window Royal Casements
Because the glass is all in the same plane you get a great updated look even on older homes. This home in Plano is so much cleaner looking from the outside with the new replacement windows. This shot is great too because it shows how the screens look on the end panels and how much color we have in the Cardinal 366 Low E Glass with Argon. The blinds are white behind the glass on this installation so it does give you an idea how much tint is in the glass in a modern heat reflective glass package. These high performance glass packages are standard in all windows being currently produced to meet Energy Star requirements.