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What are French casement windows?

French casement windows consist of two casement windows that sit side by side and open inwards or outwards from the centre. There is no mullion present between the two windows, which means that when they are open, there is a wide-open space.

Benefits:

  • When open, you can enjoy uninterrupted views of the outside
  • Let plenty of air into your home when open – great for warm days!
  • Equipped with high-security locks for yours and your family’s peace of mind

We’ve covered everything that you need to know regarding the cost for double glazed French casement windows in this article.

How much do French casement windows cost?

The cost of French casement windows is dependent on the factors affecting the price for other types of double glazing, including the number of windows you’d like fitted, their size, finish and your chosen framing material.

Size Colour Approximate Price Colour Approximate Price
50cm x 50cm White £475 Wood Grain £600
100cm x 50cm White £500 Wood Grain £625
100cm x 100cm White £525 Wood Grain £650
120cm x 120cm White £550 Wood Grain £700

 

wooden windows

What materials are double glazed French casement windows available in?

French casement windows come in all the standard double glazing window frame materials: uPVC, aluminium and timber.

uPVC French casement windows

uPVC tends to be the most cost-effective framing material for French windows. However, it’s also low maintenance, an excellent insulator and very durable, although not quite as durable as aluminium and timber.

uPVC is available in a wide range of finishes, including woodgrain options. These give uPVC windows a timber-like aesthetic, but they do tend to cost more than smooth options.

Aluminium French casement windows

Aluminium is an incredibly strong and durable material, which means aluminium French casement windows have super slender frames that can last for many years. Despite tending to cost more than uPVC, uPVC windows tend to insulate the home better, so your energy bills might be slightly higher. However, this is not always the case.

Aluminium windows can be powder coated in any RAL colour too, so there is a huge amount of flexibility when it comes to their finish.

Timber French casement windows

Timber French casement windows are considered a more premium window solution, but many feel it’s the only material that perfectly captures their historical charm. They can last for the longest length of time, so may work out to be better value in the long run too.

Timber is an excellent insulator, but unlike uPVC and aluminium windows, they will need retreating every 7 years or so, which does mean additional expense. They are available in a wide range of paint and stain finishes, so you can achieve a variety of different looks.

Where are French windows used?

The most common location for French windows are the upper floors of the home, especially as dormer windows. Higher-up locations are ideal for them because this ensures for wonderful outside views. An installer will need to use scaffolding to install dormer windows and those on the second storey, which will be factored into the installation cost, so bear this in mind.

Double glazed French casement windows are also used on the first-floor when French doors are too big for the space, or where there isn’t a large enough opening available on the first-floor windows to meet fire escape regulations.

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Your questions answered

What is the difference between French windows and doors?

The basic features of French windows and doors are essentially the same. They both open inwards or outwards from the centre to leave a clear space. However, because French doors are used by people as a means of entering or exiting a room or property, the individual doors tend be to considerably larger.

Are French casement windows secure?

Yes, they are. They are fitted with the latest multipoint locking systems. When the windows are closed and the locks are engaged, they are secured at several points in the framework, which makes it very difficult to force them open.

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