Casement windows are attached to their frames by one or more hinges. The opening casements can be top, bottom or side hung on hinges attached to the window frame.
Casement windows have been around for centuries – initially there was just a single frame that hinged into a stone or timber frame opening.
In ireland , casement windows were the most common house window before the sash window was introduced and contained leaded glass – glass panes held in place with strips of lead.
Today, the casement window continues to be one of the most popular types of replacement window due to its functionality, durability and the vast range of styles and designs available.
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