Custom Casement-Picture Window Combinations Allow Natural Light In.

Custom Casement-Picture Window Combinations Allow Natural Light In.

Adding or replacing large window units can add a modern touch to your home. Larger window openings allow natural light to flow into living spaces and offer clear views to the outside. The large window units that are most common are bay and bow windows. However, if you do not have the extra space for an interior window seat or would prefer a flat window, a casement-picture window combination may be for you. Our most popular casement/picture configuration is a casement-picture-casement combination. This window combination features three windows: a casement window on each side that opens(allowing for fresh air to come in) and a fixed picture window in the middle. See examples of casement-picture-casement window combinations we recently installed in Fogelsville & Elkins Park! 

In this job in Fogelsville, near Allentown, we installed six Andersen 400 Series Casement Windows. There was a casement-picture-casement combo unit as well as a twin casement unit which is featured below. All of these Andersen Windows had a pine interior and a terra tone exterior with Low E4 glass.

For an interior view of casement-picture-casement configurations look at this job we completed in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. For this customer, we installed a patio door and 9 windows. They wanted two casement-picture-casement units added to their sunroom to brighten up the room. These windows featured a pine interior and white exterior with Low E4 glass. 

Interested in learning more about casement window combinations? Schedule your free estimate today to have a product specialist out to your home to review your window options. Remember our estimates are guaranteed for a year!

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