Casement windows are hinged on the side, and because they open either to the left or right, they are perfectly suited to capture a refreshing breeze. Most casement windows are operated by a hand crank located on the lowest part of the window frame, which makes them a great option in kitchens and bathrooms where cabinets or a bathtub may prevent access to areas higher up on the window. In coastal regions threatened by hurricanes, building codes mandate that casement windows be able to withstand the extreme winds and airborne debris generated by hurricanes and severe tropical storms.
Marvin Casement windows are designed to allow you to enjoy the best that life on the coast has to offer and are engineered to withstand the worst that coastal weather can dish out. Clean lines and large sizes allow you to take advantage of stunning coastal views, flood your favorite rooms in light and fresh air, and virtually bring the outdoors in. Coastline Casement windows leverage exceptional engineering and superior materials to help protect the people and property in southern Florida, a hurricane-prone area with the most stringent hurricane building codes in North America.
Benefits of Hurricane Casement Windows
Beauty and Aesthetics
Designed to support truly distinctive projects, Coastline Casement windows unite the highest level of architectural correctness with a meticulous attention to detail. Customization opportunities and versatility across architectural styles make Coastline Casement windows ideal for a wide range of project types and the most ambitious design challenges.
Protection and Performance
Know that when you select even the largest sizes of Coastline Casement windows, you can trust them to stand up to the punishing forces of even the most ferocious hurricane. This is made possible by combining thick-walled, extruded aluminum frames and exceptionally resilient, impact glass.
In addition to its exceptional ability to resist hurricane forces, the laminated, impact glass in a Coastline Awning window is also effective at reducing irritating and disruptive outdoor sounds like noisy neighborhoods, barking dogs, and heavy traffic conditions.