Casement Windows By Dover

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Your New Casement Windows - Designed and Installed

At Dover Doors and Windows, we’ve been providing homeowners with the best choices in home improvement since 1936. When it comes to windows, we are not just bringing you the normal run of the mill box store windows but Dover’s very own brand of windows. Part of that brand is our custom-built casement windows that come in two different series are Dover 7400 and Dover 8000 in a variety of options to fit any ones style and budget with the perfect view of your property. Dover Doors and Windows offers both single and double casement windows.

A Casement Window is designed to give you a clear view without any bars obstructing your sight while also giving you the option to vent out the room with the ability to open the windows. Not only do these doors provide you the best view the shape of the windows provides you an easy flow of air into your room for the perfect window to vent your window. Most of our Casement window come designed with hand cranks for easy open and close. 

Also, don’t forget to check out Dover’s window designer.

Dover provides High Quality Customized Casement Windows

Better Choices, Better Quality, better pricing with Dover Doors and Windows

Dover and Company takes pride knowing that our windows will be with you for the long-haul. Choose the look and the function that fits your needs and Dover will handle the rest.

We are here to make the entire process easy – from selecting the best window options through the final installation.

When it comes to choosing what is best for your new casement windows, we suggest that you start with deciding what series of window your looking for your project. Dover Doors and Windows provides you with two options when it come to the series options.

You can view Dover’s entire window catalog here.

More Information about Casement Windows

Casement windows are a type of window that opens outward on hinges, usually operated by a crank or lever mechanism. They are hinged on one side and swing open like a door, providing unobstructed views and excellent ventilation when fully opened. Casement windows are a popular choice in many homes due to their versatility and several advantages:


Casement windows open wide, allowing for maximum airflow when fully opened. This makes them an excellent choice for areas where good ventilation is desired, such as kitchens and bathrooms.

Airtight Seal

When closed and locked, casement windows provide a tight seal against the frame, reducing drafts and improving energy efficiency. This can help maintain indoor comfort and reduce heating and cooling costs.


Casement windows often come with multiple locking points along the frame, making them quite secure when locked. The hinged design also makes it difficult for intruders to force them open from the outside.

Unobstructed Views

Casement windows provide unobstructed views of the outdoors since there is no center rail or divider between the glass panes.

Easy to Clean

Many casement windows are designed to be opened inward for easy cleaning of the exterior glass from inside the home. This eliminates the need for exterior access or special cleaning equipment.

Design Versatility

Casement windows can be installed individually or as part of a multi-window configuration. They are available in various sizes, styles, and materials to complement different architectural designs.

Energy Efficiency

High-quality casement windows with energy-efficient glass can help reduce heat transfer and improve insulation, which can be particularly beneficial in extreme climates.

Versatile Placement

Casement windows can be installed in various locations within a home, including over kitchen sinks, in bedrooms, living rooms, and even in basement areas.

Despite their many advantages, casement windows may not be suitable for every situation. They require space on the exterior to swing open, which can be a limitation in areas with tight outdoor clearances or obstructions. Additionally, they may not be as child friendly as some other window types due to the outward swing, so homeowners with small children should exercise caution and consider window guards or locks.