Keeping in step with its reputation for craftsmanship, innovation, and performance, Western Window Systems is expanding its selection of products that help people live better with a push-out casement window. The latest addition to the company's Series 670 hinged window line, introduced in August 2014, the new casement selection joins awning and hopper styles as one more solution to assist architects, builders, and homeowners in realizing their home project visions.
Combining traditional appeal with modern efficiencies, the new window option features a clean look and easy operation. Designed with a 4.5” frame depth, the push-out casement can be directly mulled to other Western Window Systems' products such as hinged doors, sliding doors, and fixed window walls. This unique male/female mulling feature eliminates the need for operable inserts while maximizing glass and narrowing sight lines.
With its durable lock handles, high-quality interior hardware, and an adjustable tensioning device to keep the sash in place when open, the push-out casement is built to last. And its clean aesthetic complements a variety of architectural styles.
Performance rated at CW-PG40, the new window option is designed with a sloped sill for improved water drainage. Interior hardware is offered in brushed nickel.
“We designed our new window for customers who want the classic look of a push-out casement, but updated to be easier to operate, longer-lasting, and with more of a modern style,” says Cameron Wyatt, vice president of design and supply chain at Western Window Systems. “It's the best of both worlds.”
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