In terms of style, the original flush casement window takes some beating when compared against other window solutions. But the biggest issue with an authentic flush casement is that it is constructed from wood and once wood ages it has a tendency to lose its appearance and deteriorate in terms of performance standards. We have done the obvious thing and created a flush casement of our own that doesn’t age or disappoint. You can see an example of them in this installation where the flush casements have been finished in a classic white and also include traditional hardware.
As was common with many traditional flush casements, they feature Georgian bars and these beautiful bars give the windows so much additional character. These flush casements are also far more secure than their old counterparts as they have a multi-point locking mechanism integrated into them. White was a very wise choice of colour as it serves as a very different contrast to the black finish used on the front door and garage door. The window installation also proves that though these flush casements might be modern, they can suit modern households just as successfully as an old flush casement would complement traditional residences.
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