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If you're installing windows over a sink, countertop or appliance, a casement window can be the perfect solution

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Casement Windows Replacement & Installation Services

Casement windows are permanently mounted into space and hinged on the sides rather than sliding vertically or horizontally and open outwards using a crank handle. This type of window is also called Crank window. Casement windows are extremely popular as compared to single or double hung windows as these windows open wider than any other window styles and it lets the maximum amount of air inside the house.

Unlike double-hung or sliding windows, Casement windows are a great choice for those who don’t want an obstructed view because they don’t have a center joint. They come in many sizes and are easy to reach and clean. Falcon Windows and Doors offers a plethora of window options for any style home in any climate. We are also experts in window replacement in Toronto GTA and trusted for the highest quality products, reliable service, efficient installation, and competitive prices.

The best thing about casement windows is that they come in different types. This means you can add a personal touch to your windows and make your house a home by awakening your inner designer and choose between the type, materials, grills, size, and colors of your windows. This type of windows is best for the areas which are difficult to reach such as kitchen sink, the unblocked view is important, and where ventilation is desired.


Single Frame Casement Windows

As the name suggests, this window consists of a single frame. The glass panels are separated by wood and they open inwards or outwards, depending on the installation.

Double Casement Windows

This window consists of 2 windows hinged on the sides that meet in the middle. Double casement windows are more expensive than the single frame.

Push-out Casement Windows

They are the least popular type of casement windows. The only difference between push-out and other types of casement windows is the usage of the handle instead of a crank.



A bigger wall opening means more sunlight and air passing through and awning windows are capable to hold large glass panels. They provide excellent ventilation and can be used even when it is raining as it is opened upwards.

Clear View

Awning windows don’t have metal rails or bars, so they give you a better view of the outside.

Increased Insulation

Since this style of window is made from a single glass pane, it offers a high level of insulation unlike double or single hung windows as they have multiple joints, thus allowing air to pass through the gaps.

More Security

As these windows are installed much higher up on the wall, it becomes difficult for someone to climb through. Break-in sensors, locks, security bars, etc. can also be easily installed in awning windows.

Easy to Open and Close

Due to the use of single-lever latch, casement windows are easy to open and close unlike other styles such as double or single hung windows.

Cost Effective

As casement windows are easier to install, they are the most affordable of all the window styles.

Awning Windows Size

Most companies can install custom sizes if needed. But the standard size for awning windows is 6”x4”.


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