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Window replacement is a difficult process and it is important to know the difference between windows before you choose one for your home. Each of them has its own characteristics and is suitable for you in different ways. In this article, we will provide you with information concerning awning and casement windows. With reading this you will learn the basics of those types and easily solve your dilemmas in choosing one over the other.
Both of the windows are cranking or opened with a cranking system. Cranking windows have many benefits for a household as they are the most energy efficient, providers of maximum natural light, great for ventilation (that’s why they are usually put in kitchens and bathrooms), easy to handle and more secure because of the number of locking points; but these traits can disappear if you do not treat cranking windows with the respect they deserve. With over-tightening the crank while closing the window, you loosen it and the crank loses its primary qualities, which will result in the deformation of the sash.