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Casement windows are hinged on the side and open outward to the left or right, allowing you to catch breezes and direct the flow of fresh air into your home. Usually taller than they are wide, their entire sash opens to provide top-to-bottom ventilation. This also makes them a frequent choice for use as egress windows—ones that can be used as an emergency exit.
Andersen® 400 Series complementary casement windows offer easy operation along with old-world style. They include French casements (twin sash inside of one frame with no mullion bar between them), which gives you a completely unobstructed view. Our 400 Series complementary casement windows are available in rectangles, trapezoids and a variety of arched shapes.
Our Andersen 400 Series includes the following glass options:
Satisfies coastal wind-borne debris code requirements, lowers sound transmission, resists forced entry and is energy-efficient. Tempered also available.
Offers the structural and safety benefits of Low-E4® Impact-Resistant Glass while reducing heat transfer and greatly reduces UV rays. Tempered also available.
Window grilles offer an extra design touch to enhance any architectural style or express the taste of any homeowner. Andersen® 400 Series windows and patio doors offer a variety of grille types and grille patterns, making it easy to fit both your style and your home’s. For a signature look, we’ll work with you to create custom grille designs.
A sample of our patterns for casement windows is shown below. Many more are available. Patterns for other windows or patio doors may differ, depending on product type and size. For details, see your Andersen dealer.
Choose aluminum insect screens or TruScene® insect screens, which provide a clearer view, help bring the outdoors into your home and are less noticeable from the street.
Stormwatch® structural enhancements meet most coastal U.S. building code requirements, improve energy efficiency, and resist wear from salt water and storms.
Control your heating and cooling costs by choosing the best type of glass for your climate and performance needs.