Casement windows by Marvin are characterized by their aesthetic appeal and unique engineering. These windows come in several different styles and have many distinctive, user-friendly features. Some are ideal for newly constructed homes, while others are made as replacement windows.
Like other Marvin windows we discussed, cost is always subject to the specifications of the new window. And you’ll always want to factor in labor, since most window installments work on site and gather measurements prior to ordering the replacement windows. However, investing into casement window by Marvin is an excellent choice, and here’s why.
This window is the preferred choice for both new construction and replacement windows. It comes with the Marvin wash mode, which allows both sides of the glass to be cleaned from inside the house. These large windows come with a Low-E glass coating and have a pressure rating of 50. The industry standard is 40, meaning they can tolerate higher amounts of force. They are very easy to install and come with argon insulation. These windows are available in various styles and can fit most any room.
This classic casement window by Marvin is characterized by its famous wood framing. These windows can be part of a large windowscapes in the kitchen, living room, or master bedroom. Or they can be used to lighten up a bedroom or study. The windows open and close from the side and they come with argon insulation. Again, like all Marvin windows, they have a pressure rating of 50 and utilize a Low-E glass coating, which makes them very energy efficient.
Built like the Ultimate Casement window from Marvin, this model has a crank opener for greater ventilation. It comes with Marvin’s handy wash mode, which allows the user to clean both sides of the glass from inside the home. It’s an excellent choice for new home construction or as a replacement window. Other features include an aluminum clad exterior and oil rubbed hardware. This Casement has a pressure rating of 50 and is a Low-E window.
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