The basic style window available from Pipers
a window that is hinged on it's side. It is generally opened with a hand crank.
A window that swings open from the side rather than up and down.
n. a window with a sash which pivots or swings to open case ward n. any ward directly attached to or projecting from a lock case
A window sash opening outward on side hinges.
A window that opens in the manner of a door.
A window in which the sash (frame that holds the glass) is hinged on one side to swing open.
A combination of frame and sash, hinged to allow the unit to swing open from the side like a door, with the sash opening to the exterior of the building.
Window with the sash hung vertically, which swings outward on a hinge
A window in which one or more lights are hinged to open.
A hinged window that will either open towards or away from you.
Side hinged or pivoted, they contain one or more sash, glass panes and transoms in various combinations. They open inward or outward for ventilation.
A window with hinges on one side of the sash, such that it that opens like a door.
A casement window is a window unit hinged at the side, in which the sash opens outwards like a door.
a hinged wind with a sash that swings outward
A window with a sash hung about a vertical axis by hinges at the side.
A casement style window is hinged on one side and cranks out, often using a hand crank. More expensive than a sliding-type window.
a sash hung on hinges, and it generally opens sideways like
a tall, narrow window that opens by cranking a handle
Hinged Window which swings out, rather than moving up and down
A window with sashes that open out vertically.
Window with sash cranking outward, to the right or left. ( style guide)
A hinged window as opposed to one that slides up and down. They can consist of fixed panes (non-opening), and top and side opening sections.
A window that swings outward on its side hinges.
A standard vertical window operated by a crank mechanism. Opens in or out.
A single-window unit, the casement window is usually hinged on the side, and opens outward.
A window unit hinged along the left or right side. The opposite side to the hinge, opens away from the house (like a door).
Style of window that typically opens out with a crank mechanism.
A window hinged along one side, so it swings out.
One of the earliest moveable windows, dating from medieval times to the first hung sashes around 1750, it swings on hinges like a door. Casements are still appropriate to many styles: Tudor, Gothic Revival, Spanish Eclectic, Prairie, and in steel on Modern houses.
A window that opens, usually outward, on hinges at the vertical edge
Window hinged on the side that opens like a door
A window with hinges on one of the vertical sides and swings open like a door.
Windows that open in the manner of a door.
A projecting window hinged at the sides that usually opens outward like a door.
A window that pivots on axis at or near the vertical edge of the sash.
Crank windows that are hinged on one side and open like a door. In our plans, these windows usually go over the sink in the kitchen.
A window hinged vertically, swinging open horizontally.
A window which swings open like a door.
(n.) A window with a sash which pivots or swings to open. Source: Lock Industry Standards and Training (LIST) Council
Window with one or more casements.
A hinged window operated by a crank mechanism that can open in or out.
Crank Out Window that is hinged on the side and swings out sideways. This is a very good choice for an egress window.
A window in which the frame is built in such a way that the sash can open out like a door when installed in a window unit.
A window unit in which the single sash levers outward, to the right or left.
window on a vertically hinged frame which swings either inwards or outwards.
metal or wooden window that opens outward or inward.
A casement window is hinged on both sides, allowing for a tighter fit, since the sash closes against the frame. A casement window can be opened outward, allowing for better ventilation.
A common type of window that opens on hinges, like a door. Sometimes opens using a crank mechanism.
A projecting window hinged at the sides and usually opening outward like a door.
A window sash with hinges on one vertical side and swings open like a typical door. Is opened by using a crank style handle.
A sidehinged window that opens on hinges secured to the side of the window frame.
window that opens from one side, like a door, by turning a hand-held crank.
A window hinged on its sides to allow it to swing open vertically.
A window with a side-hinged sash that opens outward for ventilation.
A window with a side-hinged sash that opens and closes outward by a crank handle mechanism. Available in continuous mainframe, with multi-lite configurations.
A window that consists of one framed-glass panel and is hinged on the side. It swings outward from the opening at the turn of a crank.
A WINDOW SASH HINGED AT THE VERTICAL EDGE.
A frame which contains a sash hinged at the side to open in or out.
A casement window is a vertical window with a hinge along the side enabling it to swing open outward. It is usually opened and closed by turning a crank.
A window that is divided into two sections, opening on pivots outward with the use of hand crank hardware. See New World Windows for a view of a bay area using casement windows.
A window hinged on its sides that allows it to swing open vertically.
A hinged window that opens either in or out, like a door, operated by a crank mechanism or by hand.
A window unit in which a single sash cranks outward, to the right or left.
Casements are operating windows that have a sash hinged at the top and bottom which swings open at the side towards the exterior (like a door) to create a venting unit. Casement operators provide the most venting of all the operating windows, and are easy to clean from the inside of the room.
A casement window has two verical sections that crank open outward.
A window that opens from the side like a door. Historically, casements were the first working windows. They were strategically placed throughout a house to capture breezes and direct them through the rooms. Screens are hung internally to prevent bugs and dirt from entering the house.
A window that is hinged on its side.
A type of window frame that swings outward which is typically made of metal or wood.
A window, which is hinged on the side, allowing it to swing open outward. A quadrant gear forces a lever to open and close the window when the crankshaft, which is attached to a gear that turns the quadrant gear, is turned. Windows will be held in any position by the gearing, which can also be operated by remote control.