Andersen Casement Windows

Andersen® Casement Windows

Andersen Casement windows are hinged on the side and cranked to open. They can either swing inward or outward, depending on the desired style, and feature Andersen’s patented exclusive wash mode. If you are installing windows over a sink, you likely don’t want to lean forward and lift. Casement windows are easier to use than double-hung windows in these kinds of locations.

Combine casement windows with other window types to create a wall of natural light that enhances your view of the outside. With endless design styles and superior quality, Andersen is the obvious choice for new casement windows. Choose from several different product lines and material types to best fit your needs, or visit one of our showrooms to see and operate a variety of casement windows firsthand.

We use Andersen® windows for peace of mind-yours and ours. More homeowners trust and recommend the Andersen® family of brands than any other brand of windows and patio doors.*

*Based on 2016 homeowner brand survey; Andersen family of brands aggregated.

 

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400 Series Casement Windows

400 Series: Time Tested, Classic Wood Craftsmanship.

Made of wood protected by a vinyl exterior, the 400 Series Casement Window is Andersen’s best-selling casement window. It’s extremely durable and time- tested.

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A-Series Casement Windows

A-Series: Architectural Authenticity. Unparalleled Performance.

The A-Series casement windows are the brand’s best-performing casement window style. Each window is made of wood protected by fiberglass and Fibrex® composite material.

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E-Series Casement Windows

E-Series: Unlimited Possibilities to Create An Original.

If you are installing windows over a sink, you likely don’t want to lean forward and lift the window open. Casement windows crank open, and are easier to use

than double-hung windows in this situation. It also allows for full ventilation from top to bottom of the window opening.

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