Casement Windows

Chartwell Wooden Windows provides timber casement windows in whatever style you would like. As an FENSA-registered company, you know you can rely on the quality of our windows.

Casement Windows are attached to their frame using one or more hinges, which are typically attached to the side of the frame, opening like a door does. Casement windows were common in houses before Sash (sliding) windows were designed.

Examples of our Work

The gallery below provides photos of some of the windows we have installed on our customer’s properties. One particular project we like is the replacement of two smaller casement windows with one much larger window. The larger window allows much more light into the room compared to the original two, and no doubt hold more heat inside with their double glazed window panes. The window is divided into four panes, where the inner two are fixed, and the outer two are the opening casement windows.

Another example is are the two projects where we’ve replaced older windows, with a brand new, energy-saving window. The newer windows were fitted with double glazing, which should make sure that all of the heat is kept in.

We provide casement windows to the areas of Kent, Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex.

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