If you want minimalistic casement windows produced in high-quality Estonian materials for your home, take a look at our collection of flush casement windows. We have timber casement windows and Aluclad casement windows. Historically casement windows date back to the early 17th century when windowmakers experimented with putting the mounting brackets on the sides of the frame. Although the format of the window dates back to the 15th century. In the 18th century, the Hamburg bracket was created. The bracket differentiates from other types of window brackets as one part is fixed to the frame while the other is fixed to the window ledge. The bracket can be split apart by lifting the window frame.
As the Hamburg bracket was an enormous breakthrough in the installation of windows, the brackets we use today for our casement windows are almost identical to the ones used in the 18th century.
Whether the windows open inwards or outwards in some respects depends on the country. In central and southern Europe, casement windows typically open inwards due to window shutters. However, in Scandinavia, casement windows open outward as window shutters are very rare.
We offer side-guided windows opening outwards as these are the most popular choice for northern climates.
As casement windows are not made with window bars, these types of windows will bring in the maximum amount of natural light possible, which is also why casement windows historically have been the most popular type of window in Europe when electricity was not yet available. This type of window is both durable and long-lasting.
With the changing weather conditions of the United Kingdoms, windows need to be able to withstand all types of weather. Due to our expertise with the northern climates, we’ve developed windows specifically suited for the weather of Northern Europe.
To ensure a high standard of quality we’re making use of only the best pinewood from Estonia. Furthermore, we’re using carefully selected components of brackets, locks, and glass from market-leading Danish and Swedish manufacturers. We can proudly say that our casement windows are some of the best you’ll be able to find. Our casement windows are a masterpiece in window engineering from a technical and carpeting standpoint.
One of many reasons to go for Klarwindows is due to our configurator from where you’ll be able to customise every aspect of your casement windows. Choose your desired materials, measurements, locks, and more. We believe in choice when it comes to windows and doors. As a result, you’ll also find many types of casement windows.
For homes in the UK, casement windows are an obvious choice. So whether you need windows for the children's room, the kitchen, or the bedroom, we’ve got you covered. Our casement windows will ensure that you get as much natural light as possible.
While we ensure top-notch quality, we’ve also ensured that our windows are available at many different price points. Affordability is important here at Klarwindows, which is also why we’ve turned the price down to a level where all can find a fitting window that won’t break the bank. We believe in value for money. Perhaps it’s because of our Danish/Estonian heritage.
We have six types of casement windows on offer. If the facade of your house is high, let’s say a two-story or three-story house, the casement windows with the transverse windowpane will be a great choice.
If you have any questions regarding our casement windows, please feel free to contact us!