Answer – The window that is attached to its frame by one or more hinges are known as “Casement Windows”.
Answer – Casement windows are hinged on 1 side and open and close using a crank mechanism. When closed a multipoint lock holds them tight.
Answer – Energy Advantage Low-E glass, Sealed units made with standard S class super spacer, Fusion welded sashes and frames, Standard full screens with our “E-Z Screen”, Interior contoured glazing stops, Exterior beveled frame, Durable standard multi-point locking hardware, nesting hardware, and Triple weather-stripping.
Answer – Every window project is different. It’s hard to provide an accurate cost range as a house can vary greatly in the number and size of its windows. Costs also depend on the frame material and glass options. Double and triple-glazed windows or those filled with argon gas, increase energy savings but add to initial upfront costs. You may be pleasantly surprised to how some windows can be more affordable than others.
Answer – Use the sun’s natural heating and cooling abilities to go green and lower your energy bills. Brock offers several unique glass coating types which help to keep your home warm in the winter and cooler in the summer. These special coatings reflect heat back to its source, whether it be the sun or furnace. Plus, they are near-invisible—letting in maximum light while saving the most energy.