A casement window is simply an outward opening window set in a frame. The opening section overlaps the frame to stop the wind and rain getting in. Hinges are normally positioned at the side or top of the opening pane. One of the most popular styles, they offer great versatility and can be hinged at the top, at either side, or at the bottom.
Tilt and Turn Windows
These smart windows open inwards, tilting along a hinge at the base. Held on secure stays, the aperture is perfect for draught-free ventilation. Push the window closed, turn the handle again and the hinges shift to the side. This means the window can swing into your room fully, allowing you to clean the exterior glass safely.
Our Vertical Sliding Sash Windows mimic the traditional design that is so well known and respected. The proportions, the period details and the grace and elegance. The top and bottom opening sashes that move air so well and the overall dimensions match timber box sash originals to ensure easy installation.
Flush Casement Windows
The simple lines are ideal for older, heritage properties, but these windows also cut a dash with more contemporary and minimalist architectural styles. The design classic with its outwards opening panes will never go out of style. From a simple arrangement with a single opener to a beautiful bay, flush casement windows suit so many homes and building types. And here’s the real beauty – Optima casements are adaptable. You choose the layout to suit your home: the size and position of the opening lights, the location of handles and all the finishing touches.