Casement windows are the most popular windows style in the UK
Used in a number of different configurations, casement windows are side hung and in the main open outward.
Successor to the stone mullioned window, the traditional timber casement became the most common window type by the second half of the eighteenth century. Normally subdivided by glazing bars, joining together the small panes of glass, the earlier designs had the opening part of the window, the ‘casement’, made of iron with lead latticing to the glass. By around 1840, the beginning of the Victorian period, the frames and opening casements were made entirely of timber.
In the modern era casement windows are available in a wide range of materials and in most cases contain a single glazed, double glazed or triple glazed unit. To give the impression of multiple panes of glass Georgian or astragal bars are incorporated into or on to the unit where required
Panoramic Casement Windows are available in a range of styles and finishes to suit your home
We at Panoramic Windows believe in offering choice to our customers. We design our windows to enhance a property in keeping with the specification of the homeowner. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will explain the options to you and give you a realistic estimate of price based on the selections you make.
Panoramic casement windows are available in Timber, Steel, Aluminium, uPVC , Timber/Aluminium composite and Timber Alternative. The choice is yours – we’re here to help you achieve the look you want for your home.