Casement windows are one of the most popular models of windows used in the UK. While not as widespread as sash windows nowadays, back in the 1920s and 30s, they were the most common type of window present in UK homes. For this reason, they are perfect for you if your home dates back to that time period or if you are looking for a way to make your home feel more traditional and rustic. The basic difference between casement windows and sash windows is that casement windows operate on a single sash that uses a hinge to open up completely to one side, allowing for maximum airflow that sash windows simply can’t offer.
Flush casement windows are a particular subset of casement windows that have openers that close into the frame and a finish flush with the face of the window. This makes them a substantially more elegant solution than regular casement windows, with aesthetics inspired by traditional timber styling.