Casement windows are versatile, energy-efficient, and maintenance-free windows that are perfect for a variety of applications. For ventilation, casement windows have a hinge on the side and crank out to open, unlike a traditional window with sashes like a double-hung window. This is particularly helpful when placed over kitchen countertops where opening a window requires reaching.
Casement windows are also particularly high-performing in terms of energy efficiency. They allow as much or as little
ventilation as desired. Our vinyl casement windows are designed for easy cleaning from inside your home. Let us help you with any of your questions regarding the Zen Windows line of casement windows.
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Homeowners in Kansas City love casement windows because they can be easily customized to fit your home. Other benefits of casement windows include:
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Zen Windows offers advantages that differentiate us from other Kansas City window installation companies. From our experienced team to our lifetime warranty and no-money-down sales approach, you can rest assured you’re receiving the best treatment possible while shopping for replacement casement windows.
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Zen Windows offers competitive casement windows pricing in Kansas City. Your costs will depend on factors such as material, style, and product line. We’re happy to provide a custom quote — contact us online today!
Yes! Our Karma casement windows provide excellent energy efficiency thanks to their double-insulating low-E NEZ glass system designed for northern climate zones. Our Nirvana casement windows feature the low-E Plus glass system created to minimize the amount of infrared and ultraviolet light that comes through your glass, which helps with energy efficiency. Our Lotus casement windows use Ultra S glass featuring triple panes, double-strength glass, and double high-performance low-E coatings for premium thermal performance.
Yes. Casement windows can have screens inside their frames, so they’re easily accessible from inside the home.