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casement windows in miami
Written by Florida Engineered Glass Corp.

Why Choose Casement Windows

Are you interested in replacing the windows of your home? When you make this decision, there is a variety of options you can choose from. There are different styles. A unique style that really gives homes that extra flair is casement windows. Houses in Miami are taking advantage of this style all over the city. It makes your house feel homey, but also is a great choice when you want to protect it against hurricane force winds during storm season. Contact us today!

 

The Latest Trend in Impact Windows and Doors Miami Residents Will Love

Imagine it is a beautiful day outside and you hear the birds chirping on a tree branch nearby. Your children are all sitting at the dinner table patiently anticipating the meal that is about to come out of the oven. You look out the window to see a slight breeze moving through the leaves. You walk to your window, unlatch it, and swing it open to reveal the peaceful nature outside.

 

Sure, that may be a little too cinematic, but with casement windows, you have the opportunity to be as dramatic as you please. These windows beautify your house in a way that it seems as though it is in a movie.

 

What Are Casement Windows?

Also known as a crank window, these specially designed windows are different from a traditional sliding window. They are unique. Unlike standard windows, they are permanently mounted into the wall. They don’t move up and down when you open them. Instead, they move inward and outward. They are easy to clean and come in many shapes and sizes. Don’t be alarmed if you’re worried about the potential for insects to enter; these windows can still be equipped with screens.

 

How Are They Built?

These are special impact windows and doors Miami can take advantage of. They are built in a way that they can withstand strong hurricane wind and can be made to become resistant to external flying objects. The window frame is the permanent outer edge of the window attached to a wall. It’s often surrounded by a casing, decorative molding that covers the area between the window frame and the wall into which it has been mounted. There are hinges that are installed to the side of the window that allows an individual to open and close it. They are also equipped to have horizontal hardware bars called stays. This prevents the windows from shifting during heavy wind.

 

Visit Us Today

At Florida Engineered Glass Corp, we specialize in providing you and your home with the best possible options for impact windows and doors Miami has to offer. Our professionals are here to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have regarding casement windows. Do not hesitate to call us or visit our Miami location. When it comes time to prepare for the next hurricane, get a step ahead of the game and call us for a free estimate.

We look forward to protecting your home and making it beautiful.