casement window


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casement window

[′kās·mənt ′win·dō]
(building construction)
A window hinged on the side that opens to the outside.

casement window

A window ventilating sash, fixed at the sides of the opening into which it is fitted, which swings open on hinges along its entire length. See also: Window

casement window

casement window
A window having at least one casement, 1; may be used in any combination with fixed lights.
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On the ground floor the reception hall has wooden casement windows to the front and side, and a wooden front door with stained and leaded light glass.
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So, feeling smug with my "insider" construction knowledge, I went to the lumberyard and special-ordered a $400 casement window (nonreturnable without a hefty restocking charge).
Suspect broke rotary airer in half and used metal pole to smash hole in a rear casement window.
1] REMOVE EXISTING STANDARD CASEMENT WINDOW HANDLES by loosening the set screw with a small straight-blade screwdriver.
At the side of the casement window, there should be small pockets.
Back, first floor wooden framed double glazed casement window smashed.